King’s Auto Show in Brooklyn, NY

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At Brooklyn Mitsubishi we specialize in Low Costs to keep you, the consumer on the Budget you desire. We buy Quality Cars at Lower Prices and pass the Savings on to you. Call us Today and we will get you in the car or truck you want fast without the hassle with the right price!

100% Customer Satisfaction is our goal
Affordable Monthly Payments
Insurance on Premises
$0 Down Payment Available
Top Dollar on All Trades


Established in 1998.

King's Auto Show, INC in Brooklyn, NY, also serving Queens, NY and Bronx, NY is proud to be an automotive leader in our area. Since opening our doors, King's Auto Show, INC has kept a firm commitment to our customers. We offer a wide selection of vehicles and hope to make the car buying process as quick and hassle free as possible.

King’s Auto Show

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(888) 835-5924
Address:5815 Church Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11203
  • Monday: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
  • Sunday: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm

Reviews on King’s Auto Show

Nik B. | 2015-04-15

I have a strong love of cars, but not a fan of all. Kings Auto, however, is alright with me. I have purchased 2 luxury cars in the past 6 or so years with them, and have had a positive experience each time. With the VIP treatment, competitive pricing, and excellent advocacy in terms of dealing with the banks, I am totally sold on them. I actually just picked up my second vehicle last night after trading in my first purchase with them, and was thoroughly impressed with how I was handled by the management and staff. I didn't feel pressured at all with the sale and the deal went through smoothly.

I am super stoked about my new wheels and will return in a few years when it's upgrade time once again. So while I realize the fact that both my BF and I (who of course, accompanied me) have both purchased several cars combined here, and that could very well have something to do with the impeccable service, I am totally fine with that...I will take it how it comes. Thanks to Dino, Marcia, Fabian, and Chris! I highly recommend them.

Kevin Y. | 2014-12-13

Save yourself a major headache and go somewhere else! Shady people that will just waste your time with a smile on their face.

Nicholas C. | 2013-06-06

Me and my fiancee went there to buy a car in may , I can't believe the amount of trouble we went through and pressure . We took a walk around the lot sat in a few cars and decided we liked a Nissan Altima 2012. Got heckled through the paper process which took three days. Despite completely telling them we didnt' want to make a purchase we wanted to test drive the car first they let us test drive after 3 hours when we were about to leave. We decided on a grey altima 2012 ended up after long hours of frustration with the dealer muarice we ended up with a car that was registered with a different vin number at the DMV our policy was cancelled and we ended up having to get different insurance on the vehicle. this place is the worst of the worse they scam you into buying a car and then didn't even get the one I wanted. Even for what i settled for the experience was completely horrible I'm completely unhappy with my purchase and feel taken advantage of.  

Kashieff B. | 2013-02-09

I would recommend Henry to assist anyone with purchasing a vehicle excelente A
A vehículo excellent sales man

HM F. | 2013-01-20

Let's start with the initial baiting you in. They have this very polite girl that calls you with lies of an inventory that doesn't exist.
                 "First impression"
Upon arrival I noticed the office space was very rundown with a barbershop atmosphere and suspicious looking goons hovering around. Oh! The dress code is to look as ghetto as possible.
With his stainless steal big cross chain and his open collar shirt is your typical con man. I just paused and thought why I'm I here.. He then started with with his lies about how he needs to add an extra $2995 on an already overpriced vehicle that I did not want.
                  "Final thought"
Shop around and be very careful with these con artist.

sir v. | 2012-11-23

Went here after seeing one of their interent ads on a suv for $6995.  walked around the lot in a very shady neighborhood (bunch of crips standing on the corner) and walked in what looks like a pawn shop.  After test driving the suv which badly needed brakes, the salesman said the $6995 price was AFTER  you put $2995 down AND finance the car through them which after everything came to a lil less than 12k.  me and the salesman agrreed on a $7000 cash price.  he disapears for a while and comes back asking for my money down, i hand him 2500 and he goes away again to speak with the "finance manager"who looks like he was kicked out of a rap video, the salesman brings me into the room and the finance manager tells me i can have the car with financing for the retail price which is 12k.  

Turns out the salesman never spoke with  the finance manager, they tried to get me to finance the car so they can get paid (dealerships get paid through the bank for every car financed through them).  i asked for my money back and walked out.  This place is the ultimate bait and switch operation with either no comminication or they just dont care about you.  I would stay away unless you want to finance a 7yr old suv with 72k miles and pretty much no brakes.  

The place has no morals and everyone is dressed like they just rolled out of bed, I would never go back and never recommend.

A R. | 2012-07-02

I needed a new car since my old love finally gave out so i did my research and found Kings auto show i read some reviews some good n bad like all companies but i decided to go and check it out myself. this dealership is in Brooklyn easy to locate so i went in expecting nothing specially since my credit is what you say not up to par especially due to my student loans but as soon as i explained my situation the sales man knew exactly what i was dealing with so he said to me i can promise you anything but ill guarantee that you will leave here with a car that you want and love i was skeptical but after some paper work searching and of course some numbers they were able to find me something that i completely loved and can afford not to mention i got a bit of a class on how to improve my credit. Kings auto show was simply the best  LISTENED to what I wanted very considerate and very enjoyable to work with unlike other dealerships that just try to hustle me. If you need a car go here they will help you and make you feel like family or at least a good old friend lol.

Jason P. | 2012-06-17

This place is HORRIBLE! My wife (9 months pregnant) and I walked onto the lot looking for a specific vehicle that we saw online, intending to pay CASH $$$ to take the vehicle home with us as long as it was available as listed. The salesman greeted us with little or no interest, brought us to a car that was the same color, but different, year, mileage, and price, plus it had a flat tire!!! The salesman then explained that the prices online are all lies because everything is $3000.00 more expensive on the lot than listed online because it requires "money down". I explained that we were paying cash and he replied "doesn't matter".  So in english... they list cars that don't exist at their lot for prices that are intentionally wrong, then treat you like trash when you arrive and ask questions. Obviously we left the lot immediately and didn't look back!!!!

philip c. | 2011-01-11

heh, same as some of these other reviews...

The moment I walked in the guy took my debit card claiming they needed to hold it for paperwork, if I decided to test drive, and for a down payment. Thought it was weird, but I gave it to him.

After being lied to about the car I liked and completely conned by some thug in an oversized sales jacket I decided this lowlife place wasn't for me. I politely asked for my card back and was told I must wait to get it back. After about 5 minutes I said I need to leave, give me my card, he said NO, it's in the office and theres a meeting going on, I must wait... Hell no, keeping my debit card "hostage" without my consent is illegal. The reason they do that is so they can try to convince you to take a car for "a great deal" while you wait for your credit card. I was so fed up and wasn't about to let that go...I got my card back immediently after a few strong words with this "thug posing as a car salesman" and walked into the office on my own after he told me the office was off limits...



jake l. | 2010-10-21

I got a promotion from capitol one with pre approved financing so I went down to see what was available. I told them what I wanted to spend a month and what I was looking for. I got bounced between three people and had to start from scratch with each one. Then before I was even shown a car or offered any deal I am brought into the "Managers office" which makes you feel like something is wrong. This overweight blowhard sits there telling how I have to jump through hoops to get approval..."on what?" I asked not having even been shown one car yet or offered one deal. They begrudgingly then brought me out to the lot and showed me a dodge avenger which is neither the wagon or crossover suv I was interested in and for three times what I wanted to spend a month. They have no concept of customer appreciation or service and demonstrate NO listening skills. Then they pointed the finger at me and BLAMED me for what I wanted and what I wanted to spend. What is that about? Did I hurt their frail ego by not wanting some random car off their lot? So now they have to attack me for being "difficult". It was almost funny how stereotypically bad this place was. Avoid at all costs and maybe they will go away.

Brian H. | 2010-10-12

First, don't believe their internet adds.  The only reason I went here is because I saw a Pathfinder that I liked online for a good price.  Should have figured it was to good to be true.  

I should have gotten a hint when I walked in the place and all the sales people were wearing jeans and polos that were three sizes to big.  Anyway, figured I would give it a shot.  I brought the add and said this is what I wanted to look at.  We go out and look at it,wasn't even the same car.  Yeah, it was a Pathfinder and it was the same year but none of the options that the ad said were there and and the pictures were...lets just say a little off.  But I figured "what the hell, I came all the way out here I might as well give it a test drive".  It took 30min just to get the car out of its spot and then on the test drive the sales guy got a personal phone call.  He took it.  He talked to his "boy" the entire test drive.

The best part.  When we got done to talk price he says that the internet price assumes you will be putting a $3000 down payment on the car.  So the car advertise as $9000 was really  $12000.  Great, thanks for wasting my time.

Even after a little haggling for a car that I really didn't even want I said no deal and asked for my credit card back (had to give it up for the test drive).  He said he gave it to the manager and would have to get it from him.  45, yes, 45 min later I was still sitting there waiting for my credit card just so I could go home.

Absolutely horrible.  Don't waste your time with this bate and switch operation.

Victor C. | 2010-05-08

An independent dealership that spans across two lots on both sides of the street.  Street parking is pretty ridiculous, you may have to get a little creative to make it work, or try parking a ways away and walking.

These guys jam-pack their cars onto the two lots so there is no parking space, and its a maze sometimes just to get to their front door.  Because of this, I was unable to test drive the vehicle they told me I could test drive (!).  Plus, one of the vehicles I had in mind looked like its bumper was replaced with a slightly inferior one, and somehow their CarFax went missing.

These people are your typical hustle-and-bustle boys club.  Some nice and easy, some hard pushers, and a few of the back-room ninja deal-closers supervising the scene like hawks.  As expected, it became more and more difficult to walk away after having taken a look, and was pressured to "go home with it today" despite clearly stating my intent.  In complete disclosure, it looked like it was a pretty slow day.   In a day and age where people have the power to choose and control their buying experience online, I don't think I'll be coming back.

As a final note, as I was walking away, one of the ninja guys yelled, "how about I take $2000 off?"  You Yelpers can take that back to them compliments of me.