Scholfield Hyundai East in Wichita, KS

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New and Used Cars. Sales and Service.


Established in 1954.

Scholfield Brothers' Oldsmobile was incorporated in 1954 by brothers Dick and Vic Scholfield in Augusta, Kansas. In 1957 they added Pontiac to the business, and over the next eight years they built a reputation for selling a great product at a fair price while providing the best service in the area.

In 1965, Dick and Vic moved thier entire operation from Augusta to Wichita, Kansas, dropping the Oldsmobile franchise. While this move was a big change for the brothers, it didn't change their business philosophy. "Service means Sales" was their simple but effective way of stating that great customer service, covering all areas of the dealership, meant continued growth and prosperity for the business.

Scholfield is one of Wichita's largest auto groups. The organization employs over 300 people, with 9 different locations throughout the city. Scholfield has an unrelenting commitment to excellence and the equitable treatment to its employees and customers.

Scholfield Hyundai East

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(316) 977-7800
Address:11200 E Central, Wichita, KS, 67206
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Scholfield Hyundai East

Joshua S. | 2014-07-22

We bought a vehicle back in November before we moved away. We thought we were getting a fair deal, only to find out 7 months later we had got taken because they sold us a car that had damage history. We got blindsided by Carmax asking us if we knew it had been involved in an accident, 11 months prior to us buying it. We were not given that information when we bought the car, no Carfax. So shame on us for believing the dealer when we asked if it had any damage history. Wish we wouldn't have paid premium dealer price for a 2yr old vehicle when it was clearly not worth what we paid. One would think a dealer of their size would be more honest with their customers. Short of going back to them and getting more mad, guess I will take this as a life lesson.

Joy M. | 2014-07-08

I am a very busy woman and I like honest, sincere people when dealing with customer service.  That is what you get at this dealership.
 I would not advise you go the west hyundai they are not sincere nor honest.  
I really appreciate all that  the east hyundai did for me I know I do not have the best credit but they worked with me and got me a Great deal! Thanks east hyundai.

Bo K. | 2014-06-20

Best feature of Schofield Hyundai is their service department.  Thorough, friendly and caring.  They deliver on promises they make.  No disappointments and no surprises.  They care about their customers!  Service provides is excellent first time and every time.

Scott T. | 2012-11-03

"I agree about Coy. And in sales it is Ty. He sold us a Sonata, and never pressured us. Very nice guy who remembers us still & converses with us when we come in."

Don C. | 2012-03-29

Coy in Service is the Man!  Ignore that other review.  That man doesn't know what he's talking about.  I've been dealing with Coy for years and he's always been awesome.  Call in and ask for him by name.

Adam N. | 2012-02-04

My experience may be atypical, but I'd have to say it was one of the worst I've ever had at any car dealership. The salesman had the usual friendly demeanour, but when it came down to selling a car it all went downhill.

My experiences with dealerships in Los Angeles have been that the salesmen will almost always stretch the truth to the extreme, but will usually concede when shown that you actually know what you're talking about and have research to back it up. Here at Scholfield, the salesman told me the Accent I was inquiring about was the ONLY one available in the local area and that selling below sticker was impossible due to that fact. I proceeded to tell him that I knew approximately how much the dealership paid for the vehicle, how much dealerships in other parts of Kansas were selling similar vehicles for, and that if he couldn't match the price ($2000 under MSRP at the time including incentives through USAA) from the recommended dealership in Kansas City, I would walk away.

Up until that point, the salesman acted how I would expect any salesman to act; attempting to convince me my researched prices were wrong or skewed. The point that crossed the line for me was when he started going on about how he is prior military and went off on a long spiel about how "we take care of our own" and felt a bit hurt that I was trying to get him to sell me the car at a price where he wouldn't make any money to take home to his family.  I felt completely insulted at that point as he was attempting to get as much money out of me as possible by feigning patriotism and camaraderie, as well as insulting my intelligence. At that point, I turned him down and walked out of the dealership.