I went to Xtreme Auto to look at cars. After running mine and my mom's credit, the salesman I was working with, Javier Cisneros, assured us he could put me in any car on the lot for $1000 down. We went back a week later to see what cars, if any, could be financed with only $500 down. He showed us several cars to choose from, again assuring us we were approved. We came back from test driving a 1998 Maxima, and were ready to sign all the paperwork to get that car. He then asked us if we would be interested in a newer car with less miles; he said he could ""work out a deal"" to be able to only pay the $500 down and still get a newer car (a 2006 Chevy Cobalt or a Pontiac G6). So we sat in his office for 2 and a half hours, waiting on him to complete our paperwork. After about an hour and a half, we asked if we could come back the next Monday to finish up the paperwork since it was taking so long. He assured us that he was almost done. About an hour later, he then tells us our debt to income ration was too high. This is something he could have told us on our first visit. He said he would run our offer through a few more banks on Monday and see if he could get an approval (But seeing how he had alread approved us a week before, this did not make sense.) Monday rolls around, and I call Javier back and he then tells me they couldn't finance me at all because I was showing a recent repo on my credit report, which is totally not true. When I pressed him for details on this ""repo"" he said he didn't have any details. I pulled my credit report from online and there was no repo on it; I called my current finance company that I have my current car financed and they assured me it has not been repoed. I explained this to Javier but he was content to lie to my face about it when I confronted him on his error. \r
Do not ever buy a car from them! They are crooks!! Buyer Beware! And to top it off, Javier tried to sell me a ragged out Sunfire with 155, 000 miles! Ughhhhhhhh!
Cons: The salespeople are liars.