Nellis Motors in Las Vegas, NV


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Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(702) 982-1111
Address:5068 E Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89110

Reviews on Nellis Motors

 
JD H. | 2015-01-16

These guys are horrible. Bought a vehicle and for the price for the make and model it was fair. BUT...the vehicle had a bad transmission, hoses, and damned near killed us when the steering went out. Spoke with them from sales person to owner... all I got was the runaround. They said bring it back for repairs,  but after being passed around and no one standing behind what was represented, to include the owner, it is clear this is a poorly operated dealership. Never purchase a vehicle from this dealer. They are required to give you their dealership license number, particularly if you are going to file a complaint with the appropriate consumer protection bureau you will need this info, however, they will not give it too you. They are horrible. Stay away.

 
Corey A. | 2012-05-02

This dealer may give you a sense that you won't be cheated and that their cars are good, but that is not the case. They buy a lot of their cars from auctions and don't even fix them up. They overprice the cars by thousands. Within a month there is a good chance that the car will stop running and then they will charge you to fix it. They don't disclose information that they are required to tell you, and might even neglect to let you know if the car didn't pass a smog test. If the car does brake down shortly after buying it, they will attempt to get you into another overpriced car that will also eventually brake down. And if all that isn't enough, they will also kindly let you know that they will require you to pay for the repairs to the previous broken down car so they can turn around and sell it to some new sucker.