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Resolved: No integrity in the dealership

Update by user Jul 16, 2018

Direct Q&A with the financial manager with pointed questions on the installment contract.

Original review posted by user Jul 14, 2018
A local dealership advertises online for pricing that they do not honor when you get to the finance end of a deal. They refuse to answer questions about this special pricing until you find you have purchased a vehicle that you were misled about the pricing. Is there a governing agency that watches these unscrupulous dealers that represent the Jeep name? This is in the State of Washington. Online photos and special pricing at the dealership is currently in place for Bud Clary Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Hyundai. A vehicle listed here for $28, 000 instead of the listed price of $32, 000 was located. Salesman brought the vehicle to the customer and they discussed the pricing. The customer made an assumption that the pricing would be the same as the online price. The vehicle search at this dealership had been going on for nearly 3 weeks. At the closing of the deal in the finance office the pricing was not as advertised online but the full sticker price. When the online monitor was asked how the pricing worked she refused to respond unless you left your full name, cell phone #, email and your first born child! This is deceptive trade practices I believe. Where is this governed??
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#1303626 Review #1303626 is a subjective opinion of poster.
  • Showroom sales man and staff
  • Honesty of salesman
  • Quality of product
  • Change of pricing from online
  • Online answers refusing to be answered
  • Lack of communication from finance at the deal closing
Reason of review
Pricing issue
Preferred solution
Price reduction

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