Banner Auto Sales in Sacramento, CA


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Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(916) 955-1743
Address:8590 Unsworth Ave, Sacramento, CA, 95828

Reviews on Banner Auto Sales

 
Brian L. | 2013-11-18

They pretended to be an individual on their Craigslist and Autotrader listings. I found out they are a dealer and bought a wrecked car and repaired it in their shop. Sounds like they won't let you get it inspected by a 3rd party. I haven't gone to look at the car yet, probably won't. I don't really trust them at this point.

 
Jacqueline D. | 2013-01-14

To start off, if I could give this shop negative stars, I would have. The person who was in charge of my paperwork for my car was rude, talked to my mom and me in a belittling tone. He overcharged me for the processing fees and refused to refund the amount of money he owed me. I would not recommend anyone to this place!

 
Paul D. | 2011-11-11

Contacted this dealership about a car that they had listed on craigslist. I asked whether the car needed any work, or if it was ready to go, and the man I spoke with said that it was ready to go. I asked about taking it for a test drive and having it checked out at a local garage, and was told that the lot closes at six, so there wasn't time that day, but that they would be open from 9:30 am to 6 pm the following day.

Stopped by mid-afternoon the following day, and was taken to the back of the lot, the service area, where they had the car. Tried to start it up, and nothing happened. The guy who had greeted me and walked me back said that it was probably just a dead battery, which was why it was back in the service area. When I replied that I had been hoping to test drive it and have it checked out at a local garage that day, he then explained that they didn't allow buyers to take cars off of the lot for third-party inspections. I could have a mechanic come to the lot to check it out, but couldn't take it to their shop. And no, they didn't have anyone available who could take it there with me, so that wasn't an option.

I asked whether the car came with any kind of warranty, and he gave me a sales pitch on their available third-party extended warranties. When I asked, he confirmed that, yes, those warranties did only apply after a certain waiting period had passed after the sale. Which is pretty standard; the companies that offer those warranties aren't in the business of paying for repairs to cars that fall apart soon after they're driven off the lot. And when I asked about a conditional sale, that could be cancelled at my option within, say, a week or two, giving me a chance to have it checked out after I buy it, he offered to sell me, for $250, an option to return the car within 48 hours, if I had put less than 250 miles on it.

I told him that I wasn't interested in buying the car on those terms. I brought up my phone call, and the man said that he wasn't sure who I had spoken with, but that he usually answers the phone. In any case, even allowing for possible misunderstanding, he at least fudged a little, if not lied outright, about the condition of the vehicle and the terms of sale. He did seem nice, and was very polite and courteous, but even so, I won't be doing business with his dealership, and would recommend that you use caution if you're going to do so, and make sure that you know cars really well, or you bring someone who does.