Lou Fusz Kia Westport in Saint Louis, MO

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The Lou Fusz Automotive Network of 16 Dealerships is the largest in St. Louis. Our huge selection of new and used vehicles along with our Friendly dedicated staff make it easy to find exactly the car for you. The Lou Fusz Family has 57 years of service to the St. Louis community and exclusive bonuses for our customers, like "AutoAwards". Let us show you why "People All Over St. Louis Choose Fusz". We believe that by treating people fairly and with respect, our business will prosper. In order to do this, we as owners must treat our employees this way, and our employees will reflect this treatment to our customers. We believe that hard work will be rewarded. If you put forth the effort, sooner or later, the benefit of your labor will surface. We believe, also, that it is our responsibility to give you the opportunity to excel, and when we succeed, we will share in the fruits of that labor. We believe that work is fun. You must enjoy what you are doing in order to do your best.


Established in 1952.

The origin of Lou Fusz Motor Company dates to 1952 when Louis Fusz Sr. purchased his first dealership.  In 1956 Lou Fusz Motor Company was formed and in 1969 Lou Fusz Jr. joined the company.  The Lou Fusz Network is a family-oriented business. In addition to Lou Sr. and Lou Jr. almost every member of the family has been involved with the auto business. The Fusz family's commitment to customer Satisfaction has been demonstrated by the numerous awards bestowed on every dealership.  This commitment carries over to community service as well.  The Fusz philosophy is to give back to the community the support we have received. The Lou Fusz Network has established itself as having the highest standards of excellence in automotive sales and service.  That excellence coupled with the ongoing philosophy of personal attention, honesty and a true "family spirit" will solidify the Lou Fusz name as a leader in the business community for many years to come.

Lou Fusz Kia Westport

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(314) 595-4900
Address:10964 Page Ave, Saint Louis, MO, 63132
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Lou Fusz Kia Westport

Allison R. | 2015-01-25

After someone backed into my car in a parking lot, I found the auto body shop here just by searching for options near me. I work nearby so this location was extremely convenient.

The entire process was fairly simple and straightforward - much appreciated in a stressful situation! I brought my car by for an estimate. No appointment was needed for this, and I did not have to wait to be seen.

I then scheduled the date for the car to go in for repairs. They gave me an estimate of three days but called me after 2 days to say the car was ready to go! This was a pleasant surprise. The drop off and pick up process was totally easy too. Their weekday hours are 7am-5pm, but I was able to drop by car off around 6:45am to comply with my work schedule. Also appreciated!

I hope to not have to return but would recommend to anyone who needs auto body repair!

Michelson D. | 2014-09-14

I recently purchased a 2015 Kia Soul at Lou Fusz Kia. The car-buying experience there was unlike anywhere else (I would know since I dealt with 3 other dealerships in 3 other states). Steve Bedell was patient, pleasant, and knowledgeable as he guided me through the purchase.  In addition Steve, Jessica Lipe & the rest of the sales, made themselves available seemingly 24/7 to answer my questions. I highly recommend that you call, visit, or google Lou Fusz Kia if you are looking for a great car from a dealership, who demonstrates their belief in their product with an unparalleled warranty, while also redefining the car-buying experience. I can truly say that I am satisfied with car and it's price and very grateful for the excellent customer service that I received from Steve Bedell and the rest of the Lou Fusz Kia team.

Vassili K. | 2014-07-31

The salesman was generally helpful and efficient. The manager, however, tried to sell me his demo car (a fact he himself acknowledged), with 1600 miles on it, as a new one, albeit with some rebates applied to the sticker price. The rebate were standard Kia and Lou Fusz rebates, nothing special. How can I make a purchase from a place where I cannot trust a manager? I walked away.

Bottom line, there are much better places to shop for a new cars even in a 3 mile radius from this dealership. I suggest you try them out instead.

Brittney K. | 2014-07-28

This was my first time buying a new car. Our sales man Alex Carver was very friendly and knowledgeable. I bought a new Kia soul and trading in my old car. My grandma bought a used Nissan and traded in her old car as well. Well the day after we bought the cars i dropped off our titles to our old cars, the keys and tax papers. Well the lady  i gave them to lost them. So for 3 weeks Lou Fusz called and harassed us about wanting the titles that i already dropped off. So we had to talk to different people back and forth to they finally figured it out. I  left messages asking to be called back because we needed to get the titles to our new cars. But it was almost like well we have your money now so screw you. We took out a loan to get a $1,000 rebate even though we just wanted to pay cash for the cars. They said we could make one loan payment then just pay it off to get the rebate. Well come to find out AFTER we get the loan, oh no you actually have to make three payments before you can pay it off. My new kia soul was missing two of the metal air valve cover caps. I called to see about getting some put on the two tires and the lady was very rude. Lastly, if you buy here make sure you read allll your paper work, because they kept getting the trade in amounts wrong (way less than what they offered us) and other important information.

Christian K. | 2013-06-10

Just an overall poor experience.

Shopping for a new car can be a walk in the park or a march into hell!  My recent visit to Lou Fusz Kia left me feeling a little burnt.

First of all, they lured us in with a special in the newspaper.  When I see these postings, I always go into the dealership with a bit of cynicism.  On this occasion, my cynicism was spot on.

It took several minutes for someone to greet us, and when the guy finally addressed us, he seemed reluctant to wait on us.  He went looking for someone else to assist us.  After finding no one else, we showed him the ad, and he disappeared for a bit.  

"We're out of those," he exclaimed to no surprise.  Then he suggested a used model for $1,200 more than the special.  I told him that it didn't make any sense to pay more for a used vehicle.  He disappeared again.

After a few minutes, he came back with a new option, still $800 more than the special.  Also, this car wasn't on the lot.  "I can get you one," he suggested.

My mother asked, "Where is it coming from?"

"I don't know yet, but I can get you one," he explained.

He gave us the keys to a similar vehicle, but the engine was bigger.  So there was no telling how the smaller engine would handle.  On the way back to dealership, I had already decided that we should move on for the day.

And my decision was justified when we returned.  He was already waiting on somebody else.  I wasn't going to wait, especially since my goal was to buy a new car that day, so we handed the keys to another associate and left.

We went to Paul Cerame Kia instead.  Review in the works.

Ed T. | 2012-12-27

I traded a 2002 Kia Optima for a used car in August to Lou Fusz Kia.  Yesterday, I received notice from the Ferguson Municipal Court that I am being cited for failure to register the vehicle and illegal parking and, as I had missed a previous court date (if a notice had been sent, I never received it), I would be subject to a bench warrant if I miss a January court date.

How can this be?  After all, I signed over the title to Lou Fusz.  Lou Fusz wholesaled the car to someone named Rockwood Motors.  Lou Fusz appears to have never registered their title to the car with the state of Missouri.  Rockwood Motors retailed the car: they too never registered their title to the car with the state.  The new owner - Rockwoods cannot determine who they sold it to - never titled nor registered the car.  As a result, I have to blow a day in court, all because I chose to do business with Lou Fusz.

Lou Fusz basically told me to pound sound.  It is there mistake, but it is my problem.  Lou Fusz = "Sell 'em and SEE YA!"  Don't make the same mistake: never buy a car from Fusz.  Most importantly:  NEVER, EVER, EVER trade a car to Lou Fusz.

Cindy C. | 2012-08-25

I bought my car from this dealership and have been happy with the car and the dealership.  Customer service has always been great.  I get free oil changes every 7500 miles and they'll wash my car for free too.  Super cool!  I love saving $$ when I can. Oh ya, almost forgot, they usually have granola bars in their waiting room.  Snacks with your oil change, why yes, thank you!

So why only 3 stars you ask?  Ok, maybe you didn't ask, but I'll tell you anyway.... It takes close to 2 hours to get that oil changed and the car washed even with an early morning appointment.  Jiffy lube they are not but maybe they could meet me in the middle. Heck, I'd be happy if I could get out of there within an hour.  I've got another 5000 miles or so before I go back, I'll let you know if the service time improves.

Lisa C. | 2011-06-24

This review concerns the service center. We called Lou Fusz to get an oil change on our car because our sticker said we were due (and since we get free lifetime oil changes, what the heck?) When we pulled up, a young gentleman with an LF polo and a clipboard asked us for the car keys. I gave them to him and told him we had a 1:30 appointment. He started writing something down on the clipboard, so I assumed he was done with me. I even waited inside the office for a few minutes to make sure everything was good. No one approached me, so we took a seat in the waiting room. Fine, whatever.

At 2:30 I wander over to the office to check on the car, as I have a dr's appointment at 3:30 and don't want to be late. A gentleman named Sam looks up my appointment, then tells me no one's even checked in my car. I tell him, yes, a young man did, yada yada yada. He actually says to me "And you just handed him your keys?" Well, yes, you ass. How the fuck is he going to drive my car back to the damned bay? With telekinetic powers? I said, yes, as I have done the last two times I've had an oil change here. So then he checks and says he can get me right in, sorry for the mix-up, etc.

And then he checks the computer one last time and informs me that this oil change will have to be paid for if I want it, because Lou Fusz only offers free changes every 7500 miles, not every 3000 miles like mine has. So I bother to ask, "So why put 3000 miles on the little sticker, then?"  Well, Sam says that's Kia's recommendation (although when you look up that little fact in their driver's guide, it reads 7500 miles, pal.) So I spent an hour and a half in driving and waiting time for shit. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it.

Terrence L. | 2010-01-27

Very solid dealership! Buy a car from Lou Fusz