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Missouri Car Dealer Rating
Dealer NameCityState Dealer RatingSalespersonSalesperson Rating
Bommarito NissanHazelwoodMOVery GoodDustin OlsenVery Good
Comments: This was a cash for clunker purchase & salesman was great- no pressure to move up to a more expensive vehicle. Finance guy gave me the BS about needing SS# to run credit check- said it was a Federal Law to check for terrorist. This was a cash purchase! Overall experience better than other dealerships visited.
Bommarito Volkswagen St PetersSt PetersMOExcellentJJ GreenwellExcellent
Comments: CarBuyingTips.com was immensely educational and helpful! "How To Buy New Cars" is an excellent 'how to' and a great buyer empowerment tool.
Frank Leta Honda O'FallonMOVery GoodTracey KellyExcellent
Comments: Vehicle equipped with front splash guards, all weather mats, cargo tray, auto day/night mirror with compass and paint protection/sealant and interior protection package with 5yr warranty.
Jay Wolfest louisMOFair  
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Makit AutoSt. LouisMOPoorAl OwensPoor
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Molle ChevroletBlue SpringsMOExcellentDrew AndersonExcellent
Comments: Date Purchased 02/13/2008; Used your site to learn about Dealer Holdbacks and pricing options. Initially sent out an email request to both Chevrolet and GMC on availability of Hybrids for viewing and pricing. After viewing one Hybrid at Dealer #1, considered Tahoe Hybrid versus conventional Tahoe using a spreadsheet I developed to evaluate time for payback (8 plus years - in time for new batteries). Could not validate Hybrid purchase for this vehicle. Received email and phone follow-up from 8 local dealers. Next looked at Avalanche, Silverado Tahoe, and Suburban vehicles at 3 dealers directly. Created my own spreadsheet to compare vehicle type, colors, and options as a weighted point scale versus pricing to select best value. Pulled down available vehicles in proximity for database comparison of options versus costs. Confirmed with Edmonds, Chevrolet build your own vehicle, and Kelley. Spreadsheet identified vehicles that dropped out due to lack of sufficient points for desired options. Determined best vehicle to meet my needs was one Avalanche located 400 miles away. However, final pricing came down to 2 dealers employing your spreadsheet. This proved to be my best deal on a vehicle since my first new purchase back in 1974. Won't make the same mistakes again with paying Invoice.
Pappas ToyotaSt. PetersMOFairFrankNot So Hot
Comments: This website is so informative. It really helped me get rid of holdback and ad fees and helped me respond to their claim that they couldn't lose money by giving me a lower than invoice price. Helping us figure out which extras we didn't need in financing (rust coat, paint protection) was invaluable. Thank you!
Pappas ToyotaSt. PetersMOExcellentRoger BodeExcellent
Comments: Bought from Pappas Toyota in St. Peters, MO, 3-21-09. Found a price from Fitzgerald Auto Malls - They have a bottom line, no hassle pricing policy, check them out (fitzmall.com)! Pappas beat their price, the negotiation took 5 minutes over the phone. Easiest car deal ever.
Plaza LexusCreve CoureMOPoorDaryl (new sales associate) & George (sales Mgr.)Poor
Comments: First visit was on a Friday late afternoon. Got sticker price info. Asked to come in on Sat. with husband. Did so about 10:15AM. We asked about price & were repeatedly told "we're working on it" & 'It's complicated". Wasted the whole day and finally about 4:30Pm got "their best price". List price minus the federal cash rebate of $3500. They weren't dealing-they was jerkin us white folk around.
Roberts Pontiac GMCKansas CityMOExcellentRoger KleinExcellent
Comments: FightingChance.com no rebates used
St. Charles HyundaiSaint PetersMOFairSeanFair
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Straatmann ToyotaWashingtonMOExcellentMike YaworskiExcellent
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Suntrup Buick Pontiac GMCSaint LouisMOExcellent  
Comments: This particular G8 GT is red with the red/black leather seats. Fairly hard to find in my area (I've been looking at all dealers for the last 3 months). This car could have commanded sticker, and perhaps should have, but I was able to use your tips to out fox the sales manager! I think I got a steal of a deal due to GM factory to consumer Cash rebates going on at this time, along with GM credit card benefit of free "up" to $2,000; along with getting the car slightly below "invoice" price (not actual cost to dealer as you pointed out!!!). Thanks a million!!!

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