I personally have had a good experience and a Bad experience with this Dealership. We bought a new car in 2005 no problems. But now here I buy a new car in 2009 and had a terrible experience! I think the economy has changed so much that people will do just about anything for a buck, and unfortunately this greed has happened to this dealership. Atleast that is the feeling I got from my last experience. We went car ?looking? one evening, and pretty much got ?talked into? buying a new car. We were just looking. We told the sales people that our credit was not good, we were totally upfront and honest with them. Why waste everyone?s time. They proceeded to let us know how many programs there were out there for people like us. We spent 5 hours in the showroom, and after several attempts to just walk out, they came up with a deal for us and put us in a 2009 Nissan Sentra. We left feeling satisfied. Then 14 days later they called us to let us know that they could not find a bank to finance our loan? We didn?t quite understand this because we had signed all the contracts and had notified our other loan company to let them know that our current car loan wasn?t late, that Causeway paid it off. Boy was I wrong. Causeway told us that they were sorry, but we either had to return the car or put more money down, or they could put us in an ?older car?. We were told that they practice this all the time. We said no to all and returned the car, They told us how sorry they were and offered to put a new windshield in our current vehicle, which of course we took, because ours was broken, But told them that would not keep us from trying to protect other people from what we just went through. After extensive searching on the internet to see if this has happened to other people, I found all kinds of scams and things that car dealer ships use to reel in their buyers. I want to warn people to learn things before you go in. Try to get financing before you go into dealerships, don?t sign papers that say ?Subject to loan approval? if it is not 100% the day you sign, don?t sign. It?s that simple. Please take a minute to visit these sites. Knowledge is power. We were taken, and unfortunately for them, I had 2 people whose cars leases were up and they were looking to ?buy?. Needless to say the salespersons name that I gave to them was quickly withdrawn. Everyone that knows me and my husband, now knows about shady car deals, and through our experience knows how to protect themselves, where to buy and where not to buy.
Before financing through a Dealership, Check out ? Spot Delivery Scam, Or ?Yo Yo? financing scam on the internet. And do not sign any contracts unless they are
100% financed the day you sign. Most Dealerships use a contract that says: ?Subject to Loan Approval? which gives them the right to take your car back after a couple weeks or more and demand more money.
Pros: Convenient, Clean, Courteous
Cons: Dishonest, smooth talkers,