West Coast Auto Group in Portland, OR


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West Coast Auto Group


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Phone(s):(503) 995-3613
Address:231 NE 10th Ave, Portland, OR, 97232

Reviews on West Coast Auto Group

 
Jordan L. | 2015-04-12

So far I've had the best sales experience of any dealership with west coast. The atmosphere was laid back, the selection of vehicles was outstanding and my wife finally found a place she felt free to roam. John the co-owner was extremely helpful and attentive. Really has a personal touch on a business marred by shady dealers. Looking forward to doing much more business in the future.

 
Abdul A. | 2015-01-11

Great service, no BS. I found a car that I like on their website and they accommodated my needs professionally. also, they have extra services if needed but I didn't feel pressured to purchase any item I didn't need. defiantly will recommend this place !

 
Kristine R. | 2014-01-20

Great experience! Being a single female I am always skeptical in the car buying experience. There was no haggle in pricing. Barry was very informative and upfront, I had no pressure, and I was able to take the vehicle to my mechanic before signing papers.  I am so happy with my Lexus, it's in wonderful condition for a used vehicle! Thanks West Coast Auto I will refer you to family and friends.

 
Jordan G. | 2013-09-23

Hello, I have purchased several cars from several dealerships, both corporate and private.  What I noticed at the big dealerships is that they tried to trick my girlfriend and i into paying retail off a back lot car.  I Obviously realized by buying a used car there are going to be some issues but I don't want to feel like an idiot.

I found West Coast Auto Group at Westcoast-autogroup.com off of Google.com and Loved the website, it was Very well done and was easy to navigate.  I also found it easy to find all the info I was looking for, especially because they kindly display it in several spots on the page.

When I saw the Honda I like I checked the website to see if the car was the right car for me.  I decided the car was worth the asking price so set up a test drive.  When I got to the dealership it was laid back but still held a professional atmosphere.  I appreciated it because I felt comfortable the second I walked in.  Barry Pulled the car out for me, I test drove it, sure enough it drove like a Honda :)

I then went through the financing process where I got a lower rate then I personally every had before.  After a few DMV and Tax fees I had my keys and was out the door with my beautiful car.

Thanks Barry and Mani!

 
Bryan G. | 2013-06-14

Pretty unprofessional in terms of service.

 
John E. | 2012-09-27

Read your used auto disclosure statements and be prepared for repairs. So far I have spent over 1500 bucks on repairs. They do not do a good job of checking over their vehicles as they only have a sales department and a detail crew, no mechanics. Check every button, switch, knob, vent, oil, mechanical items, all the bells and whistles and bring your own mechanic.  Here is a used car disclaimer...
The Buyers Guide must tell you:

*whether the vehicle is being sold "as is" or with a warranty;
*what percentage of the repair costs a dealer will pay under the warranty;
*that spoken promises are difficult to enforce;
*to get all promises in writing;
*to keep the Buyers Guide for reference after the sale;
*the major mechanical and electrical systems on the car, including some of the major problems you should look out for; and
*to ask to have the car inspected by an independent mechanic before you buy.

 
Adam W. | 2012-08-08

I couldn't be happier.  I found them from their web site at westcoast-autogroup.com after searching for a new car for myself.  It was time for an upgrade and these guys have great cars.  

They didn't do the normal sleazy car salesman techniques which I really appreciated.  They told me the lowest price and we didn't have to do the annoying "let me ask my manager" or "let me check on that pricing" over and over again.  I get so frustrated with that process and how much time it takes to get to a reasonable price.  

The car I got (a 2006 BMW M5) was legit.  It was in mint condition, drives like a champ, and I feel that I got a great price.  

Give them a call first as I think they might be appointment only!

 
Lorraine S. | 2012-06-09

I've only bought an used car from a dealer one time before- it was a big dealership chain and they did all the usual mind games- from "asking the manager" to writing numbers on a piece of paper and sliding it across the table, to chasing me down in the parking lot after I walked out to give me a "final offer." This was nothing like that. The way this business works is unique- they have an office in a prominent location, but no lot. They do all their advertising online but have a separate storage unit for their cars, and bring them out to the customers by appointment.

I had just totaled my faithful Nissan a couple days prior, and I needed new wheels stat unless I wanted to find a new job. Mani picked me and my mother, who was visting, up and I immediately thought he was very odd for a salesperson- he wasn't trying to establish rapport with his potential customers, in fact he hardly made conversation. In the end I ended up appreciating that he was all business and no flash. This is not to say he was unfriendly, he just wasn't pretending to be all buddy-buddy with me just to get the sale. Anyway, I looked at the car and liked it, but told him it was just out of my price range. He took me back to his office and straight up told me the exact price he could give me, or as low as he could go while still making a profit. I really liked this bottom line approach- it was indeed no-pressure. He did try to talk me into an extended warranty, but was not pushy when I decided not to buy it. Another cool thing is that Mani said that if anything went wrong with the car or I just needed to get maintenance or parts, I could use their wholesale discount. All in all, a great used-car buying experience!