Quality Car Sales in Portland, OR


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Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(503) 719-5380
Address:1550 NE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR, 97216

Reviews on Quality Car Sales

 
Sarina L. | 2015-03-27

This place is a crock. We stopped at a few car lots in the area and this being one of them and we left laughing "yeah right!" The guy is on us like flies on crap the moment we start looking, shoving us here and there looking at cars that he could finance us constantly trying to get us to pay attention to how "clean" this one looked and that one looked. I am a salesman myself (appliances) and can spot a snake when i see one. So we take this red saturn view for a test drive, and this guy swears up and down that its in perfect condition, it seems decent enough though we still wanna look around. I drive back into the lot and park it next to my van, and after getting out i thought oh i should park that back where it came from, so i walk back an get in again AND IT WONT START! One test drive and it already died, the guy was like "oh i can get it to start" but couldnt and hours later we drive past and the car is still stuck where i had parked it. What a joke! Dont waste your time here

 
Jon V. | 2015-01-23

I purchased a 2003 Saab 9-3 from this dealership on Jan 10, 2015. When I test drove the car , the headlight was burnt out and the heater fan didn't work. I was promised by the salesman, Brian, that the dealership would fix the issues. I was also told that if the car didn't pass DEQ the dealership would fix it. The car went to a muffler shop to have the headlight and heater fixed... It sat there for 2 days. I finally called the dealership and was told the car was ready. When I arrived to the muffler shop I had to wait 4 hours because the car was no where near being finished. Once the car was done, I was on my way home and the check engine light came on. After having the codes run from the car I was told two things were wrong with that car.. Because of the check engine light DEQ would fail the car. I stopped by the dealership with my code print outs on a Friday evening and spoke with Brian (who told me he was a owner of the dealership). He told me he would set up a appointment to have the car fixed on the following Monday. That Saturday as I was driving on the highway when the alternator went out on the car, leaving me stranded on the side of the highway. I had the car towed to Quality Cars that evening. I called Quality Cars on Wednesday to find out if the car was repaired and ready to go. I was told by Brian it was fixed and ready to go... I went to the the mechanics shop. He told me that the alternator was fixed. When I asked about the check engine light (which was the original reason the car was supposed to be at the shop in the first place) I was told by Gateway Auto that the alternator going out would have reset the check engine light and diagnostics computer. Since the computer was reset he wouldn't have been able to check the codes.

Meantime, Brian contacted me to remind me the temp tag was expired and I needed to go through DEQ as soon as possible. So that is what I did. Because the diagnostic codes had been reset the car passed DEQ. Today I get in the car to runn errands and of course the check engine light is back! I called Quality Cars and spoke with Carl. Carl informed me that the car passed DEQ and the car belongs to me now so he will do nothing to fix the car. He proceeded to tell me to be a man and accept responsibility for MY car.

There is no doubt in my mind that this dealership didn't even mention the check engine light to Gateway Auto... The mechanic knew nothing about it. I was called by Brian to remind me of DEQ to get me there and get me passed before the check engine light came back on.

This is the worst used car buying experience I have ever gone through. These people are crooked!! This car is turning out to be a lemon and Quality Cars is refusing to take responsibility for their selling of a poorly running vehicle.

DO NO BUY FROM THEM!

I'll be contacting the Better Business Bureau and the Oregon Bar Association.

 
Parshant S. | 2014-09-13

We went there to get a bmw for my grandpa. Carl told us everything on the vehicle is great it just had a oil change etc.... so we buy the car and had to take it down to sacramento. The window had the oil change tape jiffy lube puts on but when we left the low oil warning kept popping up. We checked the oil it wasn't even on the dip stick. So we go to my buddy at a local jiffy lube and he says it was dangerously low the oil filter canister was broken and no 2 at they ever put oil in there. So we filled it up. Secondly carl didn't have the title on hand and he said I'll send it out Tuesday it was a holiday weekend so that was understandable he gave us a trip permit to drive the car until the title arrived but he sent it late. The trip permit expired before the title arrived when I asked him for a tracking number on the phone he said he will find it and give me a call. Never did. California DMV stated if he didn't have title on hand trip permit should have been over a month. When I went there and asked him for 1 he was being rude to us. When we finally received the title it had my grandpa signature on it when obviously he never sighned... THIS PLACE HAS TERRIBLE SERVICE AND THEY ARE VERY UNPROFFESINOL! They gave us the run around and tried to make us look dumb. Plus forged a signature.

 
Miss Renée D. | 2014-08-13

I was the victim of a hit and run that totalled my car and, honey, Im a woman who HAS to have a vehicle so I spent about a week figuring out precisely what I wanted/needed and  looking through Craigslist and I found a Ford Escape that I liked and went in to see about buying it.

Ive never bought a car off of a lot before and my friends and family and the research I did did nothing to alleviate the fear I had about used car lots and used car lot salesmen. Plus, it can be a bit frightening and intimidating to be a woman  walking onto a used car lot alone.  I said a prayer and went for it.

As it turned out, the people at Quality Car Sales are real stand up guys.  They helped me get financed for the amount remaining after my down payment and promised to help me fix an issue with the Escape. Then THEY FOLLOWED THROUGH and fixed it just like they said they would! All while dealing with the never ending  'side-eye' coming from me the entire time. (Sorry fellas!)  I have no problem recommending them to a friend or relative looking to buy a good used car.  Thank you :)
       
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A side note to ladies looking to buy a car off of a used car lot alone:

1.Know exactly what kind of vehicle it is you want BEFORE you go. Not doing this will all but guarantee you end up with buyers remorse and it will be no ones' fault but your own.

2. Do your homework.  I purchased an account with CarFax and utilized the publicized VIN numbers in the Craigslist ads to check on the history of each vehicle I was interested in. I learned A LOT and saved myself the trouble of a lemon car.

3. Spend a little money to save a LOT of money.  I had my mechanic meet me there. She checked the SUV out THOROUGHLY  and had she not given me the stamp of approval, that Escape would have stayed right there on the lot that day.

4. Ask for what you want (within reason of course)  and be willing to walk away. And stick to it.

and last but not least.....

5. Get it in WRITING with a signature.

 
Kevin K. | 2014-07-30

I have never purchased a used car from a used car dealer, so I was a little nervous about this whole experience.  But Jerry and Carl we're great and totally worked with my wife and I on the price.  They weren't super pushy and respected what our bottom line price was.

While we were test driving the van, we noticed a few things: squeaky struts, driver power window didn't work, etc.  Carl said he would pay to get that fixed... and he did!  It was ready for us to pick up the next day.  I was very impressed!

But then the real test came when I drove the van off the lot and the Check Engine Light came on!  Oh no!  I thought for sure I was going to be one of those horror stories you hear about where the poor sucker buys a lemon and then the dealer does nothing.  But that was not the case at all!  Carl told me he would make sure I pass emissions.  He sent me that day to a mechanic who diagnosed the problem (needed a new purge solenoid).

Carl ordered the part, it took a few days for the part, we got the part installed and the next day I was able to pass DEQ (emissions).  All told, Carl probably spent over $500 fixing up the van... and that was after agreeing to a much lower price than what was listed.  I was very impressed (and relieved) that Carl took such good care of me.  Based on my experience, I would highly recommend to anyone who is looking for a good car at a great price to go here.  I was not disappointed and have been so happy with our van!

 
Alex H. | 2014-07-12

Bought a 2003 xterra from these clowns and it wouldn't pass DEQ when they guaranteed  it. Carl told me to bring it back and they would fix what was wrong. Got the car back after it being there over a week and nothing was fixed. He took it to DEQ after he reset the codes to make it pass and now the check engine light is on again. These guys are really shady and just want your money. DO NOT BUY FROM THEM.

 
Louise D. | 2013-05-22

My son bought a 2004 Subaru Forester from this company and was told it needed a timing belt but they had not changed it so they reduced the price by $400. They suggested that he take it to a mechanic that they work with. Instead my son took it to Wentworth Subaru to have a certified mechanic do the work. When they were working on it they found a leak in the head gasket that cost another $1800 to fix. When my son contacted Quality Car Sales to ask them if they would help out with the costs they said no, that they're a wholesaler and they just buy them and sell them. SO BUYER BEWARE QUALITY CAR SALES PORTLAND - MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR OWN MECHANIC DO A THROUGH CHECK OF ANY CAR YOUR CONSIDERING BUYING FROM THEM.