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By: derwood208
St Louis Car Museum & Sales
So how do I write this in the most objective voice? I guess I am somewhat to blame...I could have gotten on a plane instead of trusting them.I saw a car on EBay that I wanted, a 1976 Triumph TR 5.0. I called St. Louis Car Museum and inquired about the car. Being a first time, novice car collector, I thought I asked plenty of good questions. The car looked great on the website and I loved the details, photos and video.I asked about the condition, being I live in NY and there was no way to fly out and do an onsite inspection, or is there?Having asked all the important questions to my salesman, and I will leave his name out, as I'm guessing it would not have mattered who I was speaking with...my final question was, is everything in working order, and is there anything I should know that I may not have asked. "No, you know everything"Well, long story short, I love the car, its gorgeous, BUT I WAS SOLD A CAR THAT HAS SO MANY PROBLEMS. Im almost done fixing them all...7 weeks and 10K later.Truth is, I would have bought the car anyway, but honest and reasonable expectations regarding issues and repairs make for a more enjoyable purchase I MUST SUGGEST THAT YOU NOT BUY A CAR HERE WITHOUT HAVING A THOROUGH INSPECTION.while I don't expect them to have known that I needed to repair a defunct cylinder, replace the poorly installed head gaskets, replace the master cylinder, repair all 4 brakes. Repair a broken stud on the rear tire hub. Replace and repack the rear axels and hubs. Repair the A/C that does not work. ....and much much more...they did know the A/C was not hooked up at all, there were no dashboard lights, the drivers side mirror was loose, the drivers door gasket was hanging,the drivers door, the trunk and the hood that all were out of line or not operable The radiator was leaking due to a faulty hose installation, and so much more.So, to repeat...love the car...hate the misleading and unfair treatment.BTW...I emailed my salesman soon after getting the car...and he never responded...that's weak. I agreed to buy the car as is, I realize I have no recourse, so why not respond.
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By: Christina G.
Jimmy Kavadas Your Credit Man
I'm a woman, so what...skip to the end if u don't want to hear my yammering....I can't express the anxiety of getting more in debt felt to me after finding out my credit wasn't anywhere near where I thought it was. “All the work I put into to it over the years, didn't amount up to anything;” one salesman quoted. How humiliating & what a bubble burst. With all the other problems that come w/ life (you know the kind coming up all @ once). Buying a car was suppose to be 3 months down the road, saving a good down payment w/ a decent or low APR rate.I came across Jimmy Your Credit Repairman and thought; Hmm??? I was expecting a dealer (you know the kind to sell you, then the sale's over kind of thing when you need the customer service their true come out). Low and behold I found Jimmy's Italian smile sitting across from me, making me feel comfortable. Not pushing the sale on me, really trying to help w/ finding what worked for me. After this (here comes the true colors) Jimmy continued to help beyond the call of financing in sales advising how to build my credit (lowering APR rate) the right, easy, simple & most importantly the cheapest way. Would I go to Jimmy again?? YES of course in a heartbeat, when you find a good man you keep him, RIGHT..
By: Forest W.
Alex Autoplex
My wife and i purchased a vehicle from them in may of 2012 and we have yet to have any issues...i did not look at the reviews first but we like everyone should took it to our mechanic had it looked at and knew what we were getting into. besides basic maintaince we are very pleased with the money we saved , the overall quality of the car we purcahsed and the buying experince so satisfied in fact that we are going back to buy another car and thats exactly why im on here.So in short i personally think that its all in how you purchase your car and to the guy that said all he does is buy his cars from the auction ....thats where EVERY DEALER IN TOWN GETS THERE CARS !!!. uneducated people make uneducated choices . i would suggest alex autoplex to anyone and as long as your a smart buyer i think you wont ever go wrong here or anywhere .
By: Scott C.
Lou Fusz Toyota
Hit a curb during a bad ice storm in December. This place was the closest certified dealership to me. It took a while to get it completed but they were slammed (no pun intended) with work to say the least. Jeff's an MVP for that place, sincere and cares about his customers satisfaction. Jeff's amazing crew is second to none, they know their stuff and do high-quality work. My Hyundai had a noise after the work was completed (the cleaner noticed it and said something!!) and even though Jeff knew I was upset from it taking so long, he would not let the car go until his crew took a look at it again. I'm ultimately glad he made that call. He went above and beyond to satisfy me and in the end I'm glad I made the choice to take it there. Thank you Jeff and thank you Lou Fusz Toyota Collision crew, you're all heroes in my eyes.
By: rikkii.horn
In & Out Auto Plaza
I can express my gratitude for what they did for us at In and Out Auto Plaza! My wife and I were getting ready to start our next semester at college and then our car broke down the Friday before. We are full time students with very part time jobs and bad credit. We were turned down at two different used car lots that say they "finance everyone." Well, In and Out did what no one else could. Alina was amazing and worked VERY hard to find financing for us. Not only did we get financed, but when there was an issue with the car right after we left, they made it right. They fixed the problem in their garage at no charge to us. The mechanics were very friendly and helpful. They truly go above and beyond at In and Out Auto Plaza. Very honest and pleasant.
By: soothslayer
Advance Auto Parts
I should have gone to Advance Auto Parts first!I went to Autozone to get an alternator tested in-store, but they told me their connector wouldn't fit. They shrugged their shoulders and turned me away. I went across the street to O'Reilly's Auto Parts - same story. I started to get worried that I had some odd alternator and wondered how I would ever find a replacement.Advance Auto Parts in Breckenridge Hills tested it right away. No problems. No confusion. No asking if I was sure I knew my make and model. The alternator was tested and replaced in 5 minutes time.Service was great. I got everything I needed. They never tried to sell me something I didn't need. I would recommend this location for its service and reliability.
By: David R.
Midwest Autoplex
I have worked with Midwest Autoplex since moving to St. Louis in 2005. Since then I have had I think 3 transactions with them. I remember the first one. I had done my research and searched all around for the best price on the vehicle I was interested. I called Midwest and asked if their price was negotiable. I was kindly told that they do not negotiate because they know their prices and the condition of their vehicles are the best around. I responded by saying, you are correct, I have done my research and checked around and you guys are the best in the area. I have always been treated very well by Midwest and refer everyone I know who is in the market for a vehicle to them.
By: audiwagonmom
Imports LTD
My nephew recently purchased a vehicle from them and he was happy so I thought I would give them a shot. I did the normal BBB look up, A rated, that was surprising for a car dealer, but good. I went to their main location on Chippewa and I was shocked at the type of cars they had in stock for being a city used car dealer. The lot was clean, the cars looked good, I was pleasantly surprised. I was greeted by Al (a little goofy) and I had a fun time buying my A6 wagon. So far so good, check engine light came on one time, but that was because my husband didn't tighten the gas cap when he got gas....2 clicks. Give them a shot, Al makes it a very fun if not goofy time buying a car.
By: D K.
Lou Fusz Toyota
** UPDATE - LOU FUSZ DID THE RIGHT THING & RESOLVE OUR ISSUES - THANK YOU! **I received a call from the dealership management to inform me that they have decided to REFUND a portion of what my parents felt were over-charged to them. After having a lengthy discussion with the dealer, they now have accepted to make my elderly parents satisfied about the costs that they were initially charged by providing them with a concessionary refund. We appreciate the fact that they have now understood our position; by promptly reacting to my folks with an offer to provide a satisfactory refund amicable to both parties.** THANK YOU LOU FUSZ TOYOTA FOR MAKING THIS RIGHT **
By: Dave E.
Bates Street Motors
all 4 complains below were posted by the same person and her friends over the same car and transaction . BATES STREET MOTORS has been in business over 22 years and only has 4 complains ,all posted within 30 days of each other , no one got cheated or misled , 3 of the people below never did any business with Bates Street Motors , they were just following their friends request to post false bad reviews . we sell over 500 cars per year and only 1 real complain by someone who has a few ethics problems themselves in my opinion .
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