Combs Car Corral - Best Place for a Car With NO Credit

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix - Compliment
Review by schollb on 2012-12-16
Rating: StarStarStarStarStar
NAMPA, IDAHO -- I'm 21 and I don't have any credit. Trying to start credit was a nightmare and I'd never owned a car before due to getting out into the work force because of back and health issues for the last 6 years. I had been going through Craigs List for a cheap and functioning car but nothing worked out. I finally went to Combs Car Corral and in 2 hours, I put down $500, set up payments, and got a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix that will end up totaling $5000. Not only will the payments be REALLY easy to build my credit, but the vehicle was in great condition and they set me up with a repair agreement through them that is $35/hour for labor with their mechanics and the only thing I pay for in full are parts. PLUS, if it's overnight, I can use a temporary car from them till it's finished. I worked with Mary Ann and she was VERY nice and quite helpful and informative. I'm a salesman as well and not only did she sell well, she put me (The customer) first. I will definitely refer her to all my friends and family and work with them again if need be. Best experience I've had in a LONG time with service.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-12-16
Posted by Tezrien on 2012-12-16:
It's great that you were able to get financed but you may have been ripped on the repair agreement. Most places charge around $35-$45 an hour on labor. And that's a flat rate hour where if their repair manual says it takes 4 hours and they get it done in 2.5 you get charged for 4. And dealerships are notorious for marking parts up excessively high. So if you ever need repairs on your car please keep a close eye on charges and what is to be done.

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