OneStopMotors in Las Vegas, NV

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Established in 2002.

Today, One Stop Motors has grown into one of the countries premier "online used car dealers". One Stop Motors consists of over 50 staff community members and is a proud member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, operating now for just under 12 years!
One Stop Motors is one of the pioneers of the Internets "used car industry". Aggressive Advertising and Follow Up is vital to our success. Some like to think of us as their personal "broker", however, we charge no commissions or fees ... One Stop makes its money off the back end of the Financing, World Wide Shipping, and Extended Warranty Programs offered to each and every buyer..Giving OSM Every incentive to get your vehicle marketed to as many buyers as possible, as Quickly as possible! All Vehicles come w a custom web campaign, a full Vehicle History Report, colored photos/video, and the most aggressive online marketing campaign in the "used car" industry today!
Used RV's, motorcycles, boats, heavy eq, even Aviation units!


Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(877) 566-6686
Address:2950 S Rancho, Las Vegas, NV, 89102
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on OneStopMotors

Eric M. | 2014-09-16

Whomever wrote their sales pitch is a real winner. Promise the client the world, take their money, and produce nothing. These guys contact you through an ad (like one I had listed on Autotrader) and promise to sell your car 15% above list value, and if it sells within 30 days through their large network they will refund the $499 fee! Wow! Turns out they post pictures on their low traffic website and nothing ever happens - difficult to contact and they will give you the runaround anytime you actually get through. When I tried to remove the listing they offered no help in regards to a partial refund, I felt betrayed and scammed, it actually made me feel sick. Drop yourself on streetview and you'll see billboard ads for motels $35.99 a night, not some big dealer with huge inventory and bays. I don't know why I am trying to prove myself here, just read any one of rip off reports NINETY THREE complaints about these people.

Angela R. | 2014-04-03

I would give 0 stars if possible!!! DO NOT trust these people. They will lie  to you just to get your money. It's all a scam!

Ekrem O. | 2014-04-03

scam!!! scam!!! scam!!!

be careful they are scam!!!!!!!!!!

stop calling me! i don't need your scam service!!!!! get a job will you...

Noelle G. | 2014-02-04

Have been frequenting One Stop Motors for two years and have never had an issue with their service. I even recommended a friend.

Panda B. | 2014-01-17

Do not use this service. They are rude and it's not worth it. Sell your car on eBay or craigslist, those sites are free and it's just as the same service you will get from them. Avoid this place. I had a sign on my car while in Vegas  and they wouldn't stop calling me after I told them I wasn't interested in their services.

Curt A. | 2013-11-22

Many times, reviews are placed by disgruntled customers ... this is one such review:

Please also note that as I read other Yelp reviews, there is a clear pattern to them.  I only wish I had been more diligent and read this information before wasting so much money.  Also, be aware that on their web site, they post ONLY positive reviews.

This place is a TOTAL SCAM!!!  You could stop here or get the details below:

One Stop Motors (OSM) saw my ad on another site and then called me.  Much to my chagrin, I thought that the sales pitch given me by a representative of OSM in late February, 2013, MAYBE had a modicum of legitimacy.  

Boy, was I wrong!  I'd have to say that my accepting the sales pitch was one of the "STOOPEDIST" things I've ever accepted as it was so misleading that I would have to call it a lie.

First, with the caveat that they could guarantee a quick sale and that my car would likely sell in three weeks, I placed the $499 ad. That was 8.5 months ago. They told me that such a sale would likely occur with an asking price for my '55 Thunderbird of $37,000.  I questioned this presentation and was assured that $37K would get the car sold quickly.

OSM told me that they would screen prospective buyers for their sincerity and in doing so would relieve me of wasting my time responding to useless inquiries.  Then, as is stated on their website, they told me about how they would assist with financing; help arrange shipping as well as other aspects of selling the vehicle.

Keep in mind, that the aspects of selling the car I listed in the previous paragraph are, in reality, REALLY trivial and can be taken care of with a couple of phone calls.   Don't be "stooped' like me and buy their sales pitch.

After about a month without a single reply to the ad, I dropped the car to $29,900.  Even at that price, I was contacted by OSM with a prospective buyer only TWICE OVER THE ENSUING EIGHT AND A HALF MONTHS!!!!  Neither buyer, it turned out, was actually serious.

I sold the car (I'd HIGHLY recommend) using Hemmings.  On 11/19/13 I contacted OSM and told them I wanted some sort of refund.  They told me, per their printed policy, that no such refund would occur.  YES, I knew about their policy, however, it is just a policy and it remains their choice.   So, since they will not offer me any kind of satisfactory refund, I'm letting YOU KNOW ...

My advice to anyone considering using OSM is ... DON'T EVEN think about it!

Michael G. | 2013-11-13

I'm going to keep this short and simple. They've got a great sales pitch up front but when it's all said and done, this is a giant waste of $499. You can definitely do what they do yourself and for a lot less money. The majority of their postings for your vehicle are on their site or a bunch of obscure sites that most car buyers have never heard have and won't ever know to visit. I ended up selling my vehicle for more myself on Autotrader...cost me $25. Think long and hard before giving these guys your money.

Eric S. | 2013-11-10

treacherous company.  complete scam.  they say they will do things to help you sell your car for a huge fee and they use tactics trying to get your business that are dishonest.

Miguel R. | 2013-10-09

The sale of my 1953 Chevy truck was accomplished with the help of all of the OSM staff.  You listened to my suggestions and I in turn listened to your expert knowledge about automobile sales.  the extra work with E-bay about a very good experience in the sale of my truck.

Marcus S. | 2013-09-29

Just wanted to let you know that i sold the Volvo today!  Throughout the entire process, everyone at One Stop Motors has been very professional and helpful.

Wendi N. | 2013-07-24

This is a scam!!! I was harassed continuously by a girl named Jill, finally I gave in only because she had told me that she "guaranteed" to sell my car for me in 30 days or less for 19795.00.

The second she got my cc # she informed me that she would take offers down to 14k and that they would run the add until the car sells but no guarantees!
I then immediately told her NOT to run my cc and I did NOT want this service, she ran the card anyways and now refuses to give me back my $.
Do not use these people, they are con artists!

Justin M. | 2013-03-12

I listed a vehicle online and decided to try their service after being called by them weekly. If they tried half as hard too keep your business as they did to get it I would have been happy.  Once I signed up and they had my money, they sent me a welcome letter that said they would contact me within 3 business days to review my add.  They never contacted me.  Instead, they put a pathetic add online.  I had sent them 12 pictures as they requested, and they posted 5. One was not even of my car, and two were duplicates. I used their online customer service to report a problem, which they said would be resolved within 24 hours.  I issued a total of five reports, was never contacted, and after a couple of weeks my complaints just disappeared from my account log.  I also never relieved the eBay add that was in the contract. They probably spent more than the $500 I paid disputing my BBB complaint and cc company stop payment request.   If you are wondering, I sold my vehicle on auto trader and would recommend that service to others.

I paid them, wish them well, and hope they get treated as fairly as they treat others.

Luke M. | 2013-02-08

I posted a vehicle for sell in Virginia and OneStop called me everyday once or twice a day for a about a week.  The calls continued even after I requested via automated service to be put on the do not call list.  I was able to finally reach a representative who claimed I was put on the do not call list.  When I asked for an email confirmation that I would be put on their do not call list, the representative hung up.  

This type of business should be illegal but I guess in Vegas all they care about is tax revenue.  The Better Business Bureau (BBB) should really do something about this company.

Michelle A. | 2012-12-27

I was told that my car would sell fast because it  would be the only one like it for sale at the time I listed it.  I was also told that they believed they could sell it for $40,000 and that the typical turnaround time is 4 to 6 weeks.  The ad salesman that contacted me assured me that it is in his best interest to sell my car for the price he estimated (that he did not overestimate) and to do it as quickly as possible because his commission depends on it.  The company also (supposedly) incurs the cost of advertising it until it sells, so they'll want to sell it quickly.  With all these assurances, I paid $400 over 100 days ago and have not received one offer on my car.  It now has more miles on it and is worth less.  I feel like I gave away $400 so they could put up pictures of my car on their own website and, after repeated requests, list it very temporarily on eBay Motors.  I probably would've been better off listing it myself at a lower price (which is probably the only way it is going to sell) or trading it into a dealership when it had fewer miles.