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-Karin M.

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"They were very helpful answered questions They were HELPFUL, Professional, took time, the sales person was young, a woman, caring, kind and loved cars She answered lots of questions.

-Judith G.

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Angie's Answers

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For donation options, here is a link to a prior response -

http://answers.angieslist.com/were-place-donate-car-q27711.aspx

For sale, here is another answer I previously gave to same type question -

http://answers.angieslist.com/how-sell-damaged-auto-q57349.aspx

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Sounds like your biggest problem will be narrowing your list to a limited number of models, and deciding what brand names you are willing to consider to narrow the field.

You can search for websites blogging complaints for each model you are considering to see how they rate with users, and you can also go to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at     www.nhtsa.gov     to see how many recalls there have been on a specific model and year.

Most dealers these days have websites with their listed prices for new and used cars that you can browse to get an idea of available listed prices.

I would also recommend that you check out the used car values (free) for models you might be interested in on    www.edmunds.com    and on Kelley Blue Book  -  www.kbb.com

Those 2 sources will give you a lot of negotiating power, because they list what the dealer pays the manufacturer on new cars, shows what people have been paying for each vehicle model and model year, and shows used valuations also. There are undoubtedly other such sources also - these are just the ones I have used and seem to be the best known.

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Car Sales reviews in Princeton

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They give you two years of free maintenance. They are quick and efficient. The sales process was good enough. They have recently built a new dealership and maintenance center and it is very nice looking.
- ROBERT C.
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They are open from 5 AM to 11 PM which is fantastic for my work schedule. They also provide a free loner car so I can leave my car there and come back later to pick it up. I do not have to have an appointment and they always get it done the same day unless they find a more serious issue. They always do a good job and I will absolutely continue to use them.
- Marilena R.
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My husband had been searching for a Corvette and had left messages with a few others.
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from Auto Network returned a message immediately, we set up an appointment for the next day and drove away with our car. It was a great experience working with them and we would contact them again if buying another vehicle.
- gloria H.
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It was a typical dealership experience. They lent me a newer Outback for the day while they worked on my vehicle.
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the mechanic is very good at what he does and is a no nonsense guy. He isn't pushy making you second guess yourself either..straight and to the point. The service was great and the car runs a lot better now (2011 Outback @ 65k miles). No complaints.
- Mark S.
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They are extremely polite, helpful and courteous. They always make sure you leave happy. I will continue to work with them.
- WILLIAM T.
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They did a good job. I had to take the car back to do work on them and they fixed it no problem. There was a defective part but they went ahead and replaced that. They didn't charge me anything.
- Ed S.
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They were very friendly and informative on the phone when I called about a specific car I wanted to look at.
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, the salesman, was very easy to talk to, gave me an abundance of information and set up a convenient appointment for me to see the car. When we arrived the car was waiting right out front of the dealership ready to drive and
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was waiting to meet us. He was patient and easy going, no high pressure of any kind. We took the car for a long drive with him and liked it but wanted some time to consider the purchase. He gave us the keys and said "go off and have lunch and come back after you have had a
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to think about it". We took the car off on our own, gave it a good test drive again and had a nice relaxing cup of coffee to
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things over. When we returned,
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sat down with us, gave us a great trade in price for our old car and reduced the price of the car we looked at by $1000.00. The deal and the car were outstanding so we made the purchase. The car has been fantastic and are very pleased with our experience at
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. Although the dealership is a one hour drive from our home, will go there again for future car needs. It is well worth the drive.
- Mark R.
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Ordered and replaced a broken plastic trim part on my front seat. Installed the part wrong and I had to redo it myself so it didn't break again. The dealership is chaotic to say the least. Cars parked everywhere. The service department is usually lined up outside the building and the wait can be hours just for a
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service. My bigger complaint is that they won't stop calling me. I get phone calls all the time from salespeople with thick foreign accents whom I can't understand. About the only word that ever comes through is "
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" I've told them twice to stop calling me. They are relentless and I would NEVER buy a car from a circus act such as they are. Visiting this dealership for anything is even worse than the dealer I actually bought my
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- Larry F.

All Auto Sales in Princeton, IN

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order. To view top rated service providers along with reviews and ratings, Join Angie's List Now!

BYRNE MOTORS INC

331 W BROADWAY ST
Princeton

D-Patrick Boonville Ford

3100 W State Router 62
Boonville

D-Patrick Downtown Ford Lincoln

500 Walnut St
Evansville

Discount Tire

1818 Hirschland Rd
Evansville

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

6876 Center St

HENDRICKSON ENTERPRISE

3144 W HIGHWAY 62
Boonville

Kenny Kent Chevrolet

4600 Division St
Evansville

Kenny Kent Scion

5600 Division St
Evansville

MAYHUGH AUTO SALES

RR 3
Princeton

MC CRARY MOTORS

101 N MAIN ST
Princeton

Patriot Gm Superstore

2843 State Rd 64 W
Princeton

PRINCETON AUTO PARKE

820 S Main St
Princeton

Romain Buick

3700 E Morgan
Evansville

Romain Cross Pointe Auto Park

7600 E Division St
Evansville

Shore Auto Lease Inc

1913 Atlantic Ave

TOYOTA MOTOR MFG CO

208 3RD AVE
Princeton

Truck & Auto Center / Custom Muffler

220 E. Diamond Ave.
Evansville

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