National Vehicle in Omaha, NE


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Specialties

National Vehicle (NV) began in 1999 in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. With the goal of providing an effective way to bring buyers and sellers of special interest in luxury and classic cars together to facilitate an agreement easily from anywhere in the world. NV's ability to provide buyers and sellers with a new marketplace that extended far beyond the boundaries of more traditional advertising put National Vehicle on the path to rapidly becoming the go-to destination for used vehicle sales. No other online service works harder to reach so many diverse markets. With such a unique business model for its time, our company's rapid growth and success was inevitable. NV is built upon principals of fair dealings and ethical conduct. To ease potential buyer concerns we provide them with an array of services including: a complete vehicle auto report, and have built business relationships to coordinate financing, transportation, and inspections; making every effort to ensure a smooth transaction.

National Vehicle


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(800) 320-9557
Address:1941 S 42nd St, Omaha, NE, 68105
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on National Vehicle

 
Frank D. | 2015-02-26

Don't waste your money here!!  All they effectively do is list your vehicle on eBay, first with a Buy It Now auction.  They get you excited with an asking price much higher than market value, then when it does not sell at the inflated price, they hit you up again for more money to list it as a reserve auction.  They will charge you hundreds, even thousands of dollars to do what you can do yourself for $75.  Also, they intimate that they offer financing to potential buyers, but they only send people to outside sources where they have to get their own financing.  

Don't get taken in by their 100% reputation on eBay.  The seller has no way to put reviews there, so their rating is only provided by buyers.  The whole thing is a total rip-off!!

 
Spencer R. | 2015-01-22

If there were a 0 star option I would click it in a heartbeat. The call started off very proffesional, yet as soon as I declined their services it turned very nasty. Unprofessional to say the least. Ridiculous.

 
Aaaaa R. | 2015-01-09

If I could this give company a 0 stars I would.

Jenny Johnston is such a horrible service person that does not care at all for you.

They steal your money, and does not bother to call you once your item does not sell, they just ignored you. I will file a complain with my Bank Company regarding this issue.

They don't care. DO NOT TRUST THEM.

Her phone is 800-320-9557 x210

 
Patrick C. | 2014-10-28

Total Crap - Save your money. You're much better off listing it on eBay yourself or selling it through craigslist/autotradder. After my truck didn't sell in the auction at the price they guaranteed it would go for, they offered to list it again for another $250. What a joke! I sold it myself on craigslist three days after the auction ended for $2K over the highest bid.

 
CoyAnne K. | 2014-08-15

SAVE YOUR MONEY! This is the biggest scam. I bought this package and there has been so little done to sell my coach which is priced substantially below recommended retail. I had more responses from craigslist and rvtrader and my own postings. Don't fall for the line"I have some buyers looking for your type of coach" or anything like this as once they got paid, I didn't hear from them until I hounded them and now I'm just out the $400. Just try anyone else to sell your coach!

 
Katrina T. | 2013-01-29

I should have trusted my gut and ignored their calls. But I didn't. I spent $370 for them to sell my car. The put a bad ad on ebay and my car never sold.

Part of the reason I needed help selling my car was because I was 9 months pregnant and still working because I didn't have good enough maternity leave to cover me before the baby was born. So I worked up until my due date. I needed to sell my fun sports car for a family sedan and I didn't have the time to do it myself. So $370 sounded like a good deal. Especially since the representative I spoke to said that they would help me sell my car until it sold and I wouldn't have to do anything except hear the offers that buyers were making on my car and accept them or deny them.

Like Dmitry said, they lure you in with claims to sell your car for way more than kbb value and with their high ratings on ebay. Although I questioned how it would sell for more than kbb, he explained that since it was on sale throughout the US and Canada, there were more buyers available. And since they could get financed to purchase the car, I could sell it for as much as auto dealers were selling my car for, which was several thousand dollars over the private seller kbb value.

When I told the guy that I read bad reviews online, pointed out that the reviews on ebay were good, and that the reviews I read were written by disgruntled former employees trying to bring the company down. The reviews on ebay are great, but those are NOT reviews by people who have paid to have their car sold through classy auto.

My car was listed on ebay after I paid $370, but the listing was weak and there were numerous errors on my page. I kept email my representative, Brandon, to ask him to fix it and it took several days for them to change the listing. Additionally, the asking price was relatively high, but my representative told me that we could lower the price as the auction got closer to ending if we needed to. As the auction got closer to ending, so did my pregnancy. As the auction was ending I was in the hospital being monitored because of complications. I was not able to call my representative to have him lower the price, but I did send many unanswered emails. The auction ended and no one had bid the minimum reserve on my car.

A few weeks later someone else from National Vehicle Marketing called and told me that they would list my car again using a more aggressive auction style. I remember thinking to myself, "this is a good company and they're going to work with me until I sell my car! My boyfriend was wrong about them." I quickly agreed to having them list my car again, and was told that it would cost an additional $400.

I argued with this representative and explained that the first representative did an awful job with my listing and that's why my car didn't sell. I was then forwarded to a manager who blamed me for it not selling. She told me that if I wanted my car to sell, I should have called more. I explained that I was in the hospital giving birth and couldn't call, but even when I found the chance to email him, my emails went unanswered.

To their credit, they did list my car again for free, without me paying the additional $400. Although my car didn't sell for the reserve price, they told me that they would contact the highest bidder to see if I was willing to sell my car for less. Although they lured me in by saying that my car would sell for thousands over kbb, now the only offer I was getting was $2000 below blue book. But I needed to sell my car. So I told them that I was willing to sell my car to the highest bidder, even though is was less than the reserve.  So the people who guaranteed to help me sell my car for a fee of $370 gave me the phone number of the highest bidder and told me to talk to him. So I'm thinking, what the heck am I paying you guys for if now I'm calling potential buyers? But I needed my car sold, so I called the highest bidder. I left two messages, but nothing ever came from it. So I listed my car on craigslist. The company that guaranteed to help me sell my car never contacted me again.

I sold my car on craigslist 3 months later for $1000 more than the highest offer I got from classy auto/NVM. My car is still listed on their website because they never followed up with me to see what happened with my car, even though my representative, Brandon, told me, "I will work with you until your car sells." Ha.

A complete waste of time and money.

 
Mark L. | 2008-11-12

This service is a complete scam. The person who I delt with was more then helpful and phenominal at returning my calls, but was nowhere to be found once I signed my contract. The person I delt with also INSISTED that I would recieve about $5,000 more for my car then the average of what similar cars were going for on eBay, cars.com , etc. It was absolutly obvious the person I delt with had no idea what they were doing. Worst of all, as it became apparent to me that my car would not sell, I called Classy Auto and spoke to a rep who claimed to be the rep assigned to my account. I asked him to revise the ad that they had placed on eBay in a last ditch effort to sell the vehicle. Not only were the changes never made, when I called back and spoke to my rep, he claimed to of never talked to me before and that it was too late to make changed to my ad! What kind of a business is this!

In the end I spend $300 and still have my car!! THANKS CLASSY AUTO!