Hubler Auto Outlet in Indianapolis, IN


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Specialties

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles
Pre-Owned Vehicles
Financing

History

Established in 1956.

After more than 50 years in business, The Hubler Auto Group, through the power of ten central Indiana locations, has literally sold hundreds of thousands of vehicles and is one of the oldest and most prolific auto dealers in the State employing 550 people. The Hubler Auto Group can claim the title for selling more G.M. vehicles in the State of Indiana than any other dealer or dealer group, and has earned the right to brag of having the largest and most loyal customer base.

Today's Hubler Auto Group is led by its flagship store Hubler Chevrolet, Indianapolis, and Bradley Chevrolet in Franklin, IN. Hubler Nissan, Indianapolis, Hubler Auto Outlet, Indianapolis, Hubler Mazda, Greenwood, IN, and Hubler Acura, Greenwood, IN, complete the list of 6 dealerships clustered in the same neighborhood along U.S. 31 South.

Hubler Ford, and Hubler Chevrolet Center both are located in Shelbyville, IN. Hubler Auto Center markets Buick, and Chevrolet to the citizens of Rushville.

Hubler Auto Outlet


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(877) 530-1155
Address:3800 S East St, Indianapolis, IN, 46227
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Hubler Auto Outlet

 
Anna W. | 2012-10-08

DO NOT under any circumstances, ever buy a car from here.  

I was lied to, treated incredibly rudely, put in an unsafe car, and not told that by leaving the premises with my  new car that I would be breaking a number of laws and driving illegally.  

I found a car online through the dealership and they brought the car from Shelbyville to Indy for me to test drive.  I test drove it, liked it, and had my boyfriend check it out.  We asked about a sound it was making but was told it was okay.  (first mistake).  We were guaranteed all the functions worked (cruise control, heated seats, etc), which we later found out didn't.  The price was non negotiable since they were going to have to put "so much work" into the car I traded in.  This was the first time I bought a car, I didn't know any better.  I get it, a lot of that was my fault for being trusting.  

They didn't inform me, though, that since the old title was in my parents name, I would be driving completely illegally the moment I left the lot.  I had no insurance (since I was under my parents' and now had the title transferred to my name) and illegal license plates.  

In a week my car broke, pretty badly.  The water pump and serpentine belt blew.  I was driving and lost all power steering and control of my car.  It could have been a much worse situation.  I was very fortunate to have not died.  

I called the dealer and asked that they pay for the repairs.  I realize this may be a tall request but it never hurts to ask.  My reasoning is that they knew what the problem was when they sold me the car, and if they didn't, then their mechanics suck since I was guaranteed a mechanic had looked at the car.

I was treated so rudely by the manager.  He immediately got defensive and accused me of wanting something for nothing and looking for handouts.  He raised his voice repeatedly, and threatened to hang up on me repeatedly.  Once I put my boyfriend on the phone he was much nicer and agreed to pay half of my costs.  My argument was that they refused to come down on the price, but I ended up having to put money into it within a week so I felt as though it wasn't out of the question to ask for some help, espeically considering I paid for the car in full the day I left the dealer.  

I'm not surprised at all that the money hasn't shown up, three months later, but I'm extremely disappointed that the manager agreed and made us believe if we faxed over the receipts he would take care of it.  

It doesn't surprise me I've heard a lot of bad things about Hubler dealers since.