Ride USA Cope’s Auto in Sacramento, CA

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We sell inexpensive used cars, trucks and vans! We offer buy here pay here financing for customers who don't qualify for a loan through banks.
Along with used vehicles we offer extended 100,000mi/5 year powertrain service contract warranties and gap contracts for your protection.
We guarantee our vehicles for the first 1000 miles or 30 days!


Established in 2001.

The owner of this company has been in the car business for over 40 years. He set out to start a business of his own in 2001, a business where people who need vehicles would be able to get them. Today we are able to help thousands of good people get much needed means of transportation at affordable prices.

Ride USA Cope’s Auto

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(916) 973-3900
Address:4625 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento, CA, 95841
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Ride USA Cope’s Auto

Its M. | 2012-12-11

DO NOT BUY YOUR CAR FROM HERE! RUN AWAY FAST. I bought a car from Mike one year ago. He knowingly sold me a car that was EXTREMELY faulty. I have spent all of my money and time fixing this car. When my car was in the shop I lost income because I wasn't working and got behind on the payments. He would call and harass me to get the car fixed and then call and harass to make the payments. He gets paid twice when the car breaks down and gets reposessed. He is a total bigot. He is one of those that don't believe people should be getting assistance from governments but when someone reaches out to a small business in their community to help themselves he believes in screwing them over. He will sell you a car that is broken so that you miss work, fall behind on the payments because the car is so messed up (engine had to be replaced among lots of other things) and then reposess your car knowing that you can't make payments because you can't get to work without your car. Then he will charge the reposession on your credit and then resell the car to someone else so that he gets paid twice. He will lie and say that the women that work in his office work for the "Investment Company" but they work for him. The investors he works with are AIC Ventures. How do you pay for a car that is constantly in the shop (so far over $6,000 in repairs, twice the value of the car) that you have to pay for and are unable to make payments because you can't get to work because your cars always in the shop. Wall Street is trading these loans in bunches like the did with OCDs that cause the mortgage housing crisis. The idea is that you default so that someone on the top capitalizes because they are trying to manage high risk and they get a collection when you default. Frank-Dodd did absolutly  nothing to protect consumers from these type of shady people.