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06/20/2017
By: Adi R.
Esquivel Auto Depot
I came in with no hope in getting a car, my credit was not that great! As soon as i walked in i seen a car i fell in love with! And i was able to drive out of there with the exact car i wanted! Marcos and the whole Esquivel team were great! They were the friendliest people ive ever met! They made me feel so welcomed and they didnt try to pressure me or anything like any other dealer would of! I highly recommend them! They also worked with me and they made my payments comfortable and affordable to the point were i wont be stressed out and fall behind. Thank you all! You guys were awesome!!
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06/13/2015
By: Lianna S.
Esquivel Auto Depot
I went here after going to about 10 other car dealerships and all of them either told me i had too bad of credit and needed a cosigner or $5000 down and wouldn't work with me but as soon as i got to Esquivel and told them my situation they didnt hesitate to help me. I didnt need a cosigner or $5000 down and they gave me time to get my down payment and found me a car I loved for a great price and with awesome customer service! This is the place to go and they had a ton of cars to choose from!
05/22/2014
By: Josie C.
Esquivel Auto Depot
We love Autospa Express at Southlands. Their family treats us so wonderful and takes such great care of our cars and our boat. Our favorite thing is their unlimited car washes. We have their Unlimited Family Passport which is so cheap. Because we have all three of our cars in the Family Passport, currently we've only been spending about $3 per wash. Honestly, where else can you get that. Where can you get even a horrible wash for $3. We're getting a great wash for only about $3 each.
05/22/2015
By: Sammi J.
Esquivel Auto Depot
Jr. came out and we looked at both vehicles I was interested in. I really liked one and am considering buying it. There are two prices one on credit one for cash. He said I could take the truck and get it checked by my mechanic and that he would reupholster the two torn bucket seats. Can't beat that.
05/28/2015
By: Katusha H.
Esquivel Auto Depot
HAD A COUPLE ISSUES WITH MY CREDIT, THEY GAVE ME THE CAR I WANTED WITH THE PAYMENTS I COULD OFFORD. I BOUGHT A USED CAR AND THIS COMPANY HELP ME. VERY THANKFULL. NO COMPALINTS EVEN WHEN WHEN A PROBLEM CAME UP WE WORKED IT OUT IN A TIMELY FASHION, THANK YOU MARIA
07/24/2015
By: earli n.
Esquivel Auto Depot
Thank you so much for a pleasurable purchase! I love my Jeep and my experience buying from you guys was A-1! Marco and Jr and their Dad are very professional and i will definitely refer my family and friends!
05/20/2015
By: Mark A.
Esquivel Auto Depot
Great selection! everyone is very friendly. got my car there and needed a repair needed 5 months later and they helped me with my vehicle even being out of warranty. Recommend!
05/20/2014
By: Mickey D.
Esquivel Auto Depot
You guys are the best, thank you for all the help you guys were def. Helpful in assisting me buy my Yukon, I'll be recommending people to you and I'll be back . 2 thumbs up!
07/31/2015
By: Chiara I.
Esquivel Auto Depot
Jeff this one right here... Good stuff brah.
06/03/2014
By: Lorna S.
Esquivel Auto Depot
got my truck from esquivel
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