Bobby’s Auto Sales in Portland, OR


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Phone(s):(503) 252-7494
Address:1205 NE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR, 97220

Reviews on Bobby’s Auto Sales

 
Deborah G. | 2014-10-22

My story is just like the others. This car lot is a scam. Bought a SUV from Bobby's Auto Sales, could tell it needed new brakes and was given a discount, thought that was nice and honest. We were told they do safety checks on all vehicles. After buying it, found that the vehicle needs over 2K of work and was told not to drive it. Steering is jacked up, part of the drive chain is completely missing, water pump and cooling lines are leaking all over the place and rear end is all messed up. That is just part of the list. So basicly bought a car that I can't drive.

 
Christina M. | 2013-04-10

I was very unhappy with my experience here.  We came in here to find a reasonably priced car.  I was very up front with what I wanted, what I was willing to pay, what my financial situation was, and they said they could find me the deal that I wanted.  Great, right?  They found me a car that I really liked, said the deal was done, financing approved, and I signed on the dotted line.  I wasn't thrilled with the price but I really loved the car so I was willing to pay a bit more.

I get a call from Emmit (the finance person).  He said the financing fell through but he found other financing for me.  All I had to do was come in and sign a new contract.  Fine, it was hard to find extra time to do it but, like I said, I really loved the car.  I went in and he said that because of the company he had to go through he would have to charge a bit more for the car.  THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS MORE!  The car was already over the Kelly Blue Book value by five hundred dollars and they wanted to add on three grand?  I didn't have a way to get me and all my stuff in the car home!  He could have told me this on the phone and I would have emptied the car and came with a ride but no, they act like I had no other choice but sign a contract for such an over priced car.  Really?  It's bad enough that they advertise cars on Craigslist that don't really exist for the price they list but to play that "I need a bit more money to swing the deal" garbage is just criminal.  I'm up front and I respect businesses that will follow that.  I won't do business with anyone who plays these stupid games.  

Only go here if you like head games.

 
Alison H. | 2012-12-18

Preferably ZERO STARS. I was very excited to find a car there and wanted to know is the car was still available, I was told that they would call me back, they never did. So I called and finally got to someone. One person told me the  car was still there, one told me it was gone. Then I wanted to know how many miles were on it (one person told me 120k and another told me 150k). The salesman seemed like he could care less and acted like a 16yr being asked to clean his room.  I was very respectful and felt like my 2 questions were pretty simple. They have 5 complaints on Better Business Bureau as well.  They will not get my business and I hope not yours.

 
Ben K. | 2010-12-30

I bought a car here, and everybody was pretty nice, honest and down to earth. However, when it had to go in for DEQ, they told me they would pay for it to be fixed, and that they went to a guy who did it for a flat $150.00 and he did whatever needed to be done to pass DEQ. Apparently 'whatever needed to be done' translated to 'clear the codes and then run it through DEQ before the codes came back.' I'm pretty sure anyone taking it through DEQ would know that it had a broken EGR tube. Which is no big deal to fix, but the fact that they got $150 out of me to run an OBD diagnostic scan/code clear was so shady that I didn't take it back to have them do other promised repairs.

What were they going to do with my malfunctioning seatbelt sensor, put electrical tape over the dashboard light?