Wholesale Direct Auto Sales in Phoenix, AZ


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Phone(s):(480) 229-9615
Address:4340 E Superior Ave, Phoenix, AZ, 85040

Reviews on Wholesale Direct Auto Sales

 
Misty M. | 2014-09-09

Called 4 times and no answer.  The guy was sitting behind the desk making small talk w another guy and I call again and he doesn't answer.  I loudly clear my throat and he acknowledges me not getting out of the chair.  I ask about the car on the site which has been sold and he doesn't even ask if I want to see something else.  I told him I am looking for a teenager and he just said, oh ok.  So I left.  Some other car dealership will get our money.

 
M O. | 2012-02-01

Wholesale Direct Auto Sales is the place to find a killer deal on a used car!!!

I purchased a 2010 Hyundai Sonata GLS with 25,486 miles for $11,950 ($13,501.54 after taxes and fees). The Kelly Blue Book value is $16,701 so I saved almost $5,000 off blue book! A brand new 2012 Hyundai Sonata starts at $21,740, so I saved around $10,000 by getting a used Sonata.

They don't man the lot full-time, so you view and test drive cars ***BY APPOINTMENT ONLY***.

Many of their cars are purchased from rental fleets, so even though that means a bunch of people have driven it, you know that the rental company kept on top of maintenance and repair. The mechanic who went with me to check out the car was impressed by how clean and new the car's mechanicals looked. After a quick test drive, both he and I were sold. I've had my car for almost a month now, and I love it!!!

I'm not sure why Wholesale Direct doesn't link to CARFAX reports on their website (it's pretty bare bones). Free CARFAX reports available for their listings at cars.com ( cars.com/for-sale/search… OR google.com/search?ix=hea… ). It seems like cars.com kind of lags their website listings, though. You might have better luck if you find their dealership on AutoTrader.com or something.

Keep in mind that on top of the listed price you'll be paying 9.3% in Phoenix Sales Tax ($1,111.35 on my car), registration ($241.19 in my case), and document processing ($199). Those three combined gave me a little sticker shock. There's no sales tax for private sales, so keep that in mind when comparing prices to a private sale (it also varies *slightly* between municipalities). Registration is assessed by the state so it'll be the same no matter where you get your car. Before checking out cars I called around some dealerships to get an idea of what processing fees would be. I spoke to receptionists who told me that it the document fees were about $100-$150. They were totally wrong. After asking Vince (co-owner) why his documentation fee was so high at $199, he assured me that documentation fees in the Phoenix metro run $350 minimum and $600 at luxury dealers so Wholesale's are a deal. I went back and called dealerships and asked to be transferred to their Finance Departments. Just like Vince said, after calling five dealers (used and new), the lowest fee that I could find was $389, and they ran up to $500.

Oh, and I would recommend getting either a Hyundai or Kia. Those two are the only brands that offer 5 year / 60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranties that transfer with used cars. The other manufacturers (Honda, Toyota, Ford, etc) offer 3 year / 36,000 mile warranties (which would be almost up for my car... good thing it's a Hyundai!).

If you give him enough time Vince will also get your windows tinted, or refer you to someone. It took almost three weeks for my license plate to get to me, but I'm over it now.

They price their cars by looking at comparable listings and pricing their's lower. If you're in the market for a car, you'd be crazy to not check out Wholesale Direct!