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Minnesota Car Dealer Rating
Dealer NameCityState Dealer RatingSalespersonSalesperson Rating
Apple FordShakopeeMNExcellentAllen MannExcellent
Comments: It took us awhile to finally decide to purchase any vehicle and the salesman was very patient and helpful. He is young but seemed to know a lot about the business and did a professional job.
Davis MotorsLitchfieldMNPoorLarry and KylePoor
Comments: I was tricked, ripped off. It was a total scam. It exceeds the book value by double the price. The vehicle has many issues. All they say is where is your warranty? They took advantage of a woman who had no idea what the vehicle was worth.
BMW MotorwerksBloomingtonMNExcellentDavid BergerExcellent
Comments: I shopped around from all three MN dealers. Originally wanted a car that was $40,495 MSRP and got offer price for $37,000 from two dealers. Then BMW Motorwerks offered me a car that was already on order with everything I wanted + cold weather package with sticker price $42,345 for the same price as other two. Final price $36,600 (-$400) because it did not have the factory alarm. Picked up the car today. My sales guy was the same one that sold me my old Bimmer 10 years ago.
Four Seasons FordCadillacMIVery GoodGreg BohnExcellent
Comments: Final price includes $2,500 in rebates. Site was definitely helpful, it helped save me a good chunk of money! No dislikes of the site that I can think of. Thanks!
Honda of BemidjiBemidjiMNNot So Hot  
Hopkins HondaHopkinsMNVery Good  
Luther Bloomington HyundaiEdinaMNVery Good  
Comments: Great work, keep it up! Appreciate all the useful information provided and the candid writing style.
Toyota City & ScionBrooklyn ParkMNExcellentBruce SmithExcellent
Comments: Finance manager matched his price for extended warranty after showing a quote from an online competitor.
Motorworks BMSBloomingtonMNPoorDuaynePoor
Comments: Bought "As is" car. Checked carfax, asked rep how it checked out, asked about any potential issues, etc. Rep noted there were no concerns found.
In less than one week off the lot, check engine light came on, and then i also noticed and puddle of oil in the garage. Rep was kind enough to remind me with his first words being the car is "as is".
I am positive the dealer knew about these issues based on the amount of time they had the car and the miles put on it there.
They understood and used "as is" with non-disclosure as well as any morally bankrupt could.
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