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By: Cierra C.
Royal Auto Sales
My search for a blue or red Subaru Impreza WRX finally came to an end two weeks ago. I looked at over 10 different ones in the past three months, driving as far as Ohio and Battle Creek. I almost gave up on the Impreza and started considering other cars but THANK GOD I didn't. My brother texted me a link of the craigslist ad of a blue 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX which they had just posted that morning. I called and talked to Fritz to come see the car. I asked my boss to leave work a couple of hours early so I can make it before they closed. I got a flat tire about a mile away from the dealership so I called Fritz and let him know about the flat tire and to wait for me. Since I don't know how to change a tire I called my friend who lived nearby and said he would help me once he left work. I was planning on just walking the mile to the dealership. Fritz offered to pick me up which was very kind. I didn't make it to the dealership until 7:30, which is when they closed. Fritz told me to take my time on the test drive and not to worry about holding him up. Needless to say, I fell in love with the car two minutes into the test drive. The best part about the whole process is that they let you to have the car checked out by your mechanic before buying it. I don't have a mechanic so I had my brother take it to his friend's shop who works on his Subaru. They were okay with my brother driving it all the way to Port Huron for his mechanic to check it. The mechanic said the car was in great condition but it could use new tires all around. I was okay with doing that myself but Fritz scheduled me an appointment at the Belle Tire down the street from them and had it put on their account so I DIDN'T HAVE TO PAY A PENNY OUT OF POCKET (YAY). Last but not least, I asked Mike to try to keep my payments under $300 since my credit union told me I would be looking at almost $300 a month for that car if I put $750 down. Mike was able to get me a an extra year on the loan and 2% less on the interest rate WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT which brought my payment down to $247. I COULDN'T POSSIBLY BE MORE SATISFIED WITH MY OVERALL EXPERIENCE WITH THEM. I WILL RECOMMEND THEM TO EVERYBODY I KNOW!!!!!
By: Maurice M.
Royal Oak Ford
I came here a week ago after applying online I was amazed the staff was able to get me financed when you consider I had a reposossion about five months ago Brock and Tim were very kind and helpful I purchased a 2004 Buick Ranier with every possible option it's red with grey leather seats I love the vehicle its runs great
By: Lisa K.
Royal Auto Sales
We just got my daughter a car from there since my husband really liked how they treated him when he bought his car. Other than their bathroom being on the outside (weird, right?) it was a pretty nice experience
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An immobilizer is used to prevent your car from being stolen, and this electronic device causes your car's engine to stop running unless a specific key is present. Recent studies have shown that immobilizers have reduced car theft by as much as 40 percent. All cars sold in the United States  since 2012 come standard with immobilizers, and aftermarket versions are available for older cars.
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