G-note Motors in Chicago, IL


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G-note Motors


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(773) 687-9200
Address:1523 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL, 60622

Reviews on G-note Motors

 
Valerie B. | 2014-11-14

By far the only people that kept their promise to get me into a good car!
I visited Celebrity Auto Group, Melrose Park Auto Mall, and one other random car lot on Cicero all saying that they would definitely be able to get me approved. I told each one that I had no credit and I had only been on my job a short while but I make enough money to pay a car note and they insisted that if I came in then they could help me. I wasted 6 hours my precious time going in and out of those car dealerships with the same response from them all : No! (you need $2500 down, you need to be on your job longer, can you find a co-signer?) Lastly, I remembered the ad from craigslist and decided to be optimistic about going to G Note Motors...what could it hurt? All they could say is no and I'd go home with my down payment in hand. Once I got there all of the salesmen were really helpful and friendly even though it was really close to closing time on a Saturday night. Long story short...ROB IS THE BEST! I drove off the lot in a great car and I love it! I would recommend their dealership to everyone and anyone! Please go visit them...you will not be disappointed!

 
Chicago K. | 2014-10-15

So I was I my car at the light and one of the employees (guy wearing suit, tie, glasses in 40s) walked off the lot and promptly threw his trash on the Western Ave. sidewalk. A guy in the car ahead of me rolled down his window and told the employee that it was a crappy thing to do, to which the man in the suit responded that the business has people "who take care of it (I bet, buddy). Then when the guy in the car again said that littering was crappy, the employee told the guy to "eff himself" and walk. Clearly a super classy establishment. They obviously don't care a fig about the neighborhood they operate in, and based on that experience, I wouldn't touch this place with a 10 ft pole.