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Hawaii Car Dealer Rating
Dealer NameCityState Dealer RatingSalespersonSalesperson Rating
Aloha Kia - NimitzHonoluluHIPoor  
Comments: Worst place to buy. Period. High-sales techniques, overpriced vehicles, dishonest salesmen, included unnecessary add-ons without giving me any options. If I had a lawyer I would sue them.
Cutter MazdaHonoluluHIPoorCollin, Dirk & N.G. (were great)Fair
Comments: I got a great deal, but it took me over 2 days of negotiating, and actually did the final deal on the phone. The 1st day in person was good until the "Sales Manager" came in, we put 25k on the table and he said it would not drop from 30k, I basically walked out in about 20min. Next day I called over the phone and asked them what was the absolute lowest and I wanted to talk directly with the dealer manager because the 1st sales manager was rude (true), which I ended up doing and he told me lowest was 27,6. I told him I loved the deal but did not think my wife wants it because my cash budget was 20k and 25k was my max price for financing with my own bank. I told him I would call him back. 30 minutes later (while in a different dealership looking at another car), I called him and told him I was not going to drive down there to waist both of our times because I just cannot do it, I will be looking else where for a lower budget, but thanks for that great deal, he told me to hang on, waited a few minutes and he told me "what about 25,8, including fees" which made the sale 24,232.65, and I accepted, when I got there papers were done with the final price, and nothing needed. All but 1 person (the 1st manager) was good. The F & I Officer was nice, but tried to sell extra, but it did not work!
Jim Falk Valley Isle MotorsKahuluiHIPoorDan ?Poor
Comments: I was at the location to pick up my car that I had in for service/repair. I was approached by a man asking if I would be interested in selling my car for top dollar because he has a person that wanted to buy it. He said a woman had been rear ended and her car was totaled and the insurance was giving her enough money to replace it with a car like mine (she had the same car but a year less. Well I took the bait and looked at a car I did not need. I told him what I wanted to pay for the car and what I wanted for my car in trade. We crunched numbers and nothing worked. I had already given up my car keys for an appraisal and when I asked for my keys because I needed to go home he told me he would give me my keys and that I was not being held hostage. But first he wanted to show me the logic in purchasing a new car, i.e., I am spending a lot of money each year on repairs versus just making a car payment. I continued to tell him the numbers would not work for me and I also continued to tell him I needed my car keys back because I was tired and needed to leave and think about the deal. Well, eventually I feel that I was coerced into signing a contract for a new car that I did not need or really want and they did allow me to trade for a more suitable car but I cannot afford it.
Pflueger HondaHonoluluHIExcellentChris Kauwe/Angela MaloneExcellent
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