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I will never even look at a car on this guys lot again! The third time I've been to this lot in over five years was the worst so I had to warn people. I went to look at a burgundy maxima and when I was there he told me how he "accidentally" wrote the car price at $2900 online but if I wanted it for that he would take it. Well he also accidentally wrote the car had "over 100,000 miles". Well it had 180,000. Now I know that's technically over 100,000 but it's much closer to 200,000 and definitely over 150,000. When I said something he played dumb and asked "what should he say it has"? As if he would not have considered 80,000 miles to be a big difference when he purchases these vehicles. He then changed his tone to being rude as if I shouldn't have been concerned with mileage prior to buying a used vehicle. He honestly sounds just like the one good review on here and I bet that is him! Saying how used cars are next to the junkyard as if a used car salesman doesn't know that's part of the business to inspect and check his cars. He then lied to me about how he sold 9 of these cars same color just last month. Having no idea that I drove by for the whole month seeing that same car. As soon as he realizes he can't sell you anything he turns ignorant. I honestly think he should move out of our neighborhood because he only cares about a quick buck. Everyone should try to make money but if your honest you can make more money for a longer time I run 2 of my own businesses.

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I will never even look at a car on this guys lot again! The third time I've been to this lot in over five years was the worst so I had to warn people. I went to look at a burgundy maxima and when I was there he told me how he "accidentally" wrote the car price at $2900 online but if I wanted it for that he would take it. Well he also accidentally wrote the car had "over 100,000 miles". Well it had 180,000. Now I know that's technically over 100,000 but it's much closer to 200,000 and definitely over 150,000. When I said something he played dumb and asked "what should he say it has"? As if he would not have considered 80,000 miles to be a big difference when he purchases these vehicles. He then changed his tone to being rude as if I shouldn't have been concerned with mileage prior to buying a used vehicle. He honestly sounds just like the one good review on here and I bet that is him! Saying how used cars are next to the junkyard as if a used car salesman doesn't know that's part of the business to inspect and check his cars. He then lied to me about how he sold 9 of these cars same color just last month. Having no idea that I drove by for the whole month seeing that same car. As soon as he realizes he can't sell you anything he turns ignorant. I honestly think he should move out of our neighborhood because he only cares about a quick buck. Everyone should try to make money but if your honest you can make more money for a longer time I run 2 of my own businesses.

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I bought a 2001 Nissan Maxima from Midtown and I am very happy with the pruchase. KC (as he is popularly called) treated me well. You must know what you want and know what to look for when buying a used car before you go buying a used car. Use the services of CARFAX to teach you about used car buying before you set out to buy one. I got a great deal and I will recommend this dealer to enybody who follows my guideline. Of course you cannot expect much from a $2000 car. It is almost ready for the junk yard. The guy has been in business for over 11 years and I will say it is a good record to have two lemons pass thru his lot in eleven years. He did not own the cars when they were new. He buys and sells used cars. Know what you are looking for and like the old adage you get what you pay for. It does not pay to be cheap.

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I bought a 2001 Nissan Maxima from Midtown and I am very happy with the pruchase. KC (as he is popularly called) treated me well. You must know what you want and know what to look for when buying a used car before you go buying a used car. Use the services of CARFAX to teach you about used car buying before you set out to buy one. I got a great deal and I will recommend this dealer to enybody who follows my guideline. Of course you cannot expect much from a $2000 car. It is almost ready for the junk yard. The guy has been in business for over 11 years and I will say it is a good record to have two lemons pass thru his lot in eleven years. He did not own the cars when they were new. He buys and sells used cars. Know what you are looking for and like the old adage you get what you pay for. It does not pay to be cheap.

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This guy is a sore loser. I asked him for the VIN and he says its s $2500 car not a $25000 car. He also said "you stupid F**** indian, go get a job". I told him that 1. Am asking for the VIN number, not the carfax ! and 2. I will get a job, and that'll mostly be yours or your sons. I don't understand his arrogance.

you can contact me at firebrand.v@gmail.com

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This guy is a sore loser. I asked him for the VIN and he says its s $2500 car not a $25000 car. He also said "you stupid F**** indian, go get a job". I told him that 1. Am asking for the VIN number, not the carfax ! and 2. I will get a job, and that'll mostly be yours or your sons. I don't understand his arrogance.

you can contact me at firebrand.v@gmail.com

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DO NOT BUY A CAR HERE!!!!

I purchased a 1996 Toyota Rav 4 with a 200 mile warranty for engine/transmission parts. Prior to driving 200 miles, the car overheated,the water pump broke,the check engine light came on, + I wound up having to replace an 02 sensor, 3 engine + oil seals, 1 ring, 1 water pump, 1 timing belt, 2 V- belts (1 power steering), +1 pulley/crankshaft. The transmission fluid was black + it needed an oil change. When I returned to the dealer, receipts + warranty in hand, to request reimbursement at least for the engine seals, ring, + 02 sensor, I was told??the warranty is only good if the engine blows up?you should have come to me + I could??ve gotten the parts cheaper for you?. Mind you, it did not state on the warranty, ???only valid if engine blows up?. In addition, I was told that none of the above items were ??engine parts?, A mechanic would beg to differ. I got no reimbursement, but was assured that if I bought another car, he'd give me $100. (The dealer is the only employee of this establishment.)

Thus I wound up paying almost an additional $1600 for parts + labor on a 12-year old car that cost me $4650 to begin with. As painful as that is, what scared me more was when the owner freely pulled out paperwork on other customers + showed it to me, a direct violation of privacy. An unscrupulous person could make note of confidential client information + use it for nefarious purposes, such as identity theft.

Since taking the owner to civil court would not be worth the time, aggravation or cost, the best I can do is write a blistering review online + contact the Better Business Bureau.

The only good thing I have to say about this dealer was that he did pick me up at my residence + take me to the dealership to pick up the car after I purchased it.

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DO NOT BUY A CAR HERE!!!!

I purchased a 1996 Toyota Rav 4 with a 200 mile warranty for engine/transmission parts. Prior to driving 200 miles, the car overheated,the water pump broke,the check engine light came on, + I wound up having to replace an 02 sensor, 3 engine + oil seals, 1 ring, 1 water pump, 1 timing belt, 2 V- belts (1 power steering), +1 pulley/crankshaft. The transmission fluid was black + it needed an oil change. When I returned to the dealer, receipts + warranty in hand, to request reimbursement at least for the engine seals, ring, + 02 sensor, I was told??the warranty is only good if the engine blows up?you should have come to me + I could??ve gotten the parts cheaper for you?. Mind you, it did not state on the warranty, ???only valid if engine blows up?. In addition, I was told that none of the above items were ??engine parts?, A mechanic would beg to differ. I got no reimbursement, but was assured that if I bought another car, he'd give me $100. (The dealer is the only employee of this establishment.)

Thus I wound up paying almost an additional $1600 for parts + labor on a 12-year old car that cost me $4650 to begin with. As painful as that is, what scared me more was when the owner freely pulled out paperwork on other customers + showed it to me, a direct violation of privacy. An unscrupulous person could make note of confidential client information + use it for nefarious purposes, such as identity theft.

Since taking the owner to civil court would not be worth the time, aggravation or cost, the best I can do is write a blistering review online + contact the Better Business Bureau.

The only good thing I have to say about this dealer was that he did pick me up at my residence + take me to the dealership to pick up the car after I purchased it.

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