Hawk's Used Cars

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  • 3450 Eastend Ave

    Humboldt, TN 38343

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  • 731-784-2560

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Worst Dealer Ever! I bought a 98 Jeep from them and the transmission went out after 3 months. The mechanic said it had been doctored to run. The framed is rusted and needs repairs. The frame damage was covered up by bondo and black rubberized coating. I paid $1400 for the transmission and $300 to begin the frame repair. Dealer said it was my problem. Don't trust these people. Don't buy from these people.

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Worst Dealer Ever! I bought a 98 Jeep from them and the transmission went out after 3 months. The mechanic said it had been doctored to run. The framed is rusted and needs repairs. The frame damage was covered up by bondo and black rubberized coating. I paid $1400 for the transmission and $300 to begin the frame repair. Dealer said it was my problem. Don't trust these people. Don't buy from these people.

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purchased a 2002 Buick Rendezvous that Ron (the owner) claimed to have been driven by missionaries for the last six months, and he claimed that the vehicle was in very good working order. We test drove it, and then purchased it (shame on us, I guess, for not getting a mechanic to check it). Less than a week after we got it home, we had to replace a front tire because it was dry rotted on the inside. Two weeks after that, the thermostat redlined. When I took it in to be fixed, the mechanics found that the water pump had gone out at some point in the past and had damaged the heads on the engine. They had to replace the head gaskets, the wheel bearings on one or two of the wheels, and replace the brakes, rotors and calipers on the front.

I just got the vehicle out of the shop on the 28th of February (we purchased the vehicle in late January), and yesterday I started getting a warning light about the traction system needing servicing. When I contacted Mr. Phillips to voice my concerns about this so-called "very good vehicle", he just told me he was sorry, but the "missionary couple" never said they had any problems with it (has "missionary couple" replaced the "little old lady who only drove it to church on Sundays?).

Needless to say, I now have a vehicle that has had close to $1,300 worth of work done to it in a little over a month, plus the $4,900 I paid for it, and now I have to take it back in for the traction system. Buyer beware! A car salesman is a car salesman regardless of what he or she claims to be or claims to support outside of the dealership!

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purchased a 2002 Buick Rendezvous that Ron (the owner) claimed to have been driven by missionaries for the last six months, and he claimed that the vehicle was in very good working order. We test drove it, and then purchased it (shame on us, I guess, for not getting a mechanic to check it). Less than a week after we got it home, we had to replace a front tire because it was dry rotted on the inside. Two weeks after that, the thermostat redlined. When I took it in to be fixed, the mechanics found that the water pump had gone out at some point in the past and had damaged the heads on the engine. They had to replace the head gaskets, the wheel bearings on one or two of the wheels, and replace the brakes, rotors and calipers on the front.

I just got the vehicle out of the shop on the 28th of February (we purchased the vehicle in late January), and yesterday I started getting a warning light about the traction system needing servicing. When I contacted Mr. Phillips to voice my concerns about this so-called "very good vehicle", he just told me he was sorry, but the "missionary couple" never said they had any problems with it (has "missionary couple" replaced the "little old lady who only drove it to church on Sundays?).

Needless to say, I now have a vehicle that has had close to $1,300 worth of work done to it in a little over a month, plus the $4,900 I paid for it, and now I have to take it back in for the traction system. Buyer beware! A car salesman is a car salesman regardless of what he or she claims to be or claims to support outside of the dealership!

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