Luxury Motorsports - Rip OFF

Car sales - Complaint
Review by vrtisqueen on 2012-04-10
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PHOENIX, ARIZONA -- Saw a truck online. Made an appointment drove the truck, it was OK at best. The brakes were bad and they didn't even latch the hood shut. I noticed that after we made it back to the dealer. Found out they posted the truck for the wrong price,$2000 under whole sale, but they would honor the price anyway. Well with them not knowing and the fact that I'm a female and I know a lot about car buying, boy oh boy, they were trying to sell me the truck for the price of their mistake. Which was $2000.00 over asking price. When I didn't take their ridiculous offer and their stupid bank fees they saw someone else come in the front door and completely walked away from me and didn't say good bye, shake my hand or even a kiss my ass. The best dealerships in Phoenix Arizona are Bell Rd. Honda and Power on 29th Ave and Bell.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-04-10
Posted by F. on 2012-04-10:
Generally speaking, if you see the word "autosport" in the name of a used car dealership, that's a sign they are trying to appear more upscale, when the reality of it is that are just another used car dealership.
Posted by T on 2012-04-10:
Buying a used vehicle online can be very difficult. In my experience they are often not as nice as they are described.

I used Autotrader to locate certified pre-owned cars at dealers when I bought mine, and that had about a 50% success rate when I finally saw the cars. I bought one that matched the ad.

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