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North Carolina Car Dealers - Ratings and Reviews

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Dealers and salespeople are rated based upon the responses to questions that are asked of our visitors. The comments which you see are optional and are posted when available (with spelling and typo corrections). The dealers and salesperson (if available) are rated on a six level scale (Poor, Not So Hot, Fair, Good, Very Good and Excellent). Our excellent rating is reserved for only the best dealer experiences.

As stated on our home page, there are both good car dealers & bad car dealers. Our site helps you, the customer, keep from getting scammed. Use this information along with the other tips and advice from CarBuyingTips.com to get a good deal and avoid scams. If you're just starting the car shopping process, you should start with "Buying New Cars & Avoid Dealer Scams." If shopping for a used car, start with "Buy A Used Car & Avoid Scams."

North Carolina Car Dealer Rating
Dealer NameCityState Dealer RatingSalespersonSalesperson Rating
Boyd HondaOxfordNCExcellentPhil DanielExcellent
Comments: Thank you for all the information, it was very helpful!
Bryan HondaFayettevilleNCExcellentJames SimpsonExcellent
Comments: Purchase price included roof cross bars ($235 @ the dealer)
Bryan Honda of FayettevilleFayettevilleNCExcellentJames SimpsonExcellent
Comments: Thank you so much for the helpful tips. I would never have known to beware of things like asking for a deposit, the dealer "processing fee", or getting third-party quotes for extended warranties. I feel that through this site, I was able to negotiate and get myself a Great Deal!
Car ExchangeFayettevilleNCPoorShawnPoor
Comments: Do not go to this dealership prior to having done some homework.
Chris Leith KiaWake ForestNCVery GoodDavid LeeVery Good
Comments: The whole process was very smooth. We went in on Saturday and on Monday they came back very close to the price I felt was fair. There was not a real high pressure situation. In the F & I office we did get multiple pitches for the gap insurance combined with the Simoniz package. I think it was four rounds of that, but as long as you can say no, then you are ok.
Crossroads FordCaryNCNot So HotJoeFair
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Crown HondaDurhamNCExcellentChip LeroyExcellent
Comments: Jeff, I love your site. I've used it to buy three cars now, and I've saved approximately $12,500 overall, and that's not counting the additional amount I'd have payed on interest from car loans. Your site rocks!! Each time I go car shopping, I'm grateful that you taught me how to be an intelligent, prepared car buyer!
Dale Jarrett KiaMonroeNCPoorTodd/F & I and LloydPoor
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Dale Jarrett SuzukiIndian TrailNCPoorMike IskanderPoor
Comments: They reassured us we qualified for their 0%/60 month financing deal even though I told them we had questionable credit and they had our credit score in front of them. Only after taking the car home and 4 days later did we find out we did NOT qualify. As we speak, the care is being returned tomorrow. On the XM radio option ("XM ready"), the salesman assured me that it was good to go even after I'd questioned him about needing a module or kit to activate the radio. I left the dealership assuming it was all good. It was NOT "XM ready". He informed me the next day that I needed a $450 kit. He claimed ignorance.
Fred Anderson ToyotaRaleighNCFairHobbsFair
Comments: The information about optional dealer fees really came in handy. I matched that up with Edmund's TMV ratings and refused to budge on what I would pay OTD. I paid with a personal check so there were no financing deal shenanigans. Had test driven the same car at other dealerships so I know what I wanted when I walked in the door.
Hendrick LexusCharlotteNCExcellentBill IngramExcellent
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Lake Norman ToyotaCharlotteNCVery GoodMike BrownVery Good
Comments: Very good information. Manufacture to Dealer incentives are very hard to find, not a fault of this website. Best idea that worked for me to play 5 dealers against each other with the absolute Out The Door price- made a few dealers mad but I think I got a good deal.
Larry Jay MitsubishiCharlotteNCVery Good  
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Leith JaguarCaryNCFairLisa LauckVery Good
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Leith NissanCaryNCVery GoodDwayne ThomasExcellent
Comments: This was a 2013 Nissan Leaf SV with light package, quick connect charger, fog lamps, and automatic lights.
Liberty DodgeCharlotteNCExcellentMark LevensonExcellent
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Lumberton HondaLumbertonNCPoorAlfanzo ParkerPoor
Comments: I purchased a new 2009 Honda Civic, I did not have any insurance, the salesman said it was okay as long as I get it with in 30 days. He let me drive off the lot. I had an accident with the car. The breaks failed and I hit someone from the rear. My air bags had also been turned off. The dealership takes no fault, I am out of a car and I still have to make payments. The salesman even tried to call my fathers insurance company, pretending to be my Dad to get insurance after the accident.
Mercedes Benz of CaryCaryNCNot So Hot  
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Mid-State ToyotaAsheboroNCExcellent  
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Pecheles FordWashingtonNCExcellentBruceExcellent
Comments: I used ford direct along with Cars.com. Got the car for $79 over invoice excluding rebates, out the door for $15,272 taxes tags and all. Not bad for a $17,300 car, especially considering the current small car market.
Planet SuzukiCharlotteNCPoorKevin BellPoor
Comments: These people are full of shit. They take people's life and ripped it apart. They need to be in politics, but not in car selling business. They will tell you one thing and do another. Watch out for these SOBs. When you need to cancel your GAP insurance, they will promise you to send you the paperworks for you to fill out and will never come for four weeks later. They also add some thousands of dollars of none-sense charges that they pocket in your total finance value. Also, they will give you a temporary tag and make you wait for the actual one for 2 months. You would have to call them a millions times before sending it to you. These people ruin America & the Economy and are like Bernie Madoff. Banks should blame these types of people, not all salemen, on the crush of America. They always get away no matter what. The Attorney General doesn't give a hoot about the people who are getting ripped off; these SOBitches always win. Even the BBB, they will tell you that you are ignorant indirectly because you signed the papers. True, but they need to understand that some people trusted them & these SOBitches abuse it. Sadly, it affects good salesmen who are trying to make a living for their family. Good salesmen make these people stop ripping people off so you all can make a good living.
Rick Hendrick ToyotaFayettevilleNCGood  
Comments: Daytime Running Lights TRD Sport Extra Value Package Towing Prep Package No tint or mats
Sanford HondaSanfordNCExcellent  
Comments: This was my first car purchase. I had very little knowledge about buying a car, before I read your new car buying guide. All the information and spreadsheets were very helpful. Thank you for creating this website.
Southern States NissanApexNCFairAlbert KruziakFair
Comments: Did not take $800 rebate, but we got 2.9% financing Purchased on 7/23/2008 We agreed on price over the phone before going to dealership. We were calling all the dealerships in our area saying how much we are ready to pay total "out the door" including tax/fees/etc if they have the car in stock. The GM happened to answer the phone and said they can sell for that price. We asked him to confirm via email and came to the dealership later that day. When we arrived everything went very smoothly and all the numbers added up on the paperwork. The salesman explained all the car options and showed us around the dealership. Overall a very good experience, not the least because we avoided the stress of having to negotiate the price while at the dealership.
Volkswagon South CharlotteCharlotteNCExcellentClovis BrussiExcellent
Comments: Out the door (tax, tag, title, fees), I paid $24,269. I felt really good about this deal. Thanks for all the great information - wish more people knew about your site. You need more answers in finance question below - I had financing, dealer beat if and I stuck with my own based on your site - was negligible.

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