Dixie Motors, Inc in Nashville, TN

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Dixie Motors is an automobile dealership that offers a selection of used cars, minivans and sport utility vehicles. The dealership offers models from several manufacturers, including BMW, Bentley, Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, GMC, Honda, Jeep and Lexus. It also offers models from Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Toyota and Volvo. Dixie Motors has been operational since 1958 and is located in Nashville, Tenn.


Established in 1958.

Dixie Motors is a pre-owned, independent dealer that has been in business since 1958. Dixie Motors is Nashvilles only dealership to receive the Seal of Satisfaction award which is voted on by local consumers. We also have a 100% Ebay feedback and an A+ Accredited rating with the Better Business Bureau. We accept trades, have numerous finance options and we carry Preferred extended service contracts. You will find high quality vehicles with no pressure and honest sales associates. "The most of the best since 1958." Dixie Motors has sold over 100,000 vehicles to customers all over the world.  Please come visit us for your next pre-owned purchase.  We are the new car alternative ... after shopping with us, you'll wonder why you ever did business anywhere else.

Dixie Motors, Inc

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(615) 256-2277
Address:725 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN, 37210
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Dixie Motors, Inc

Scott C. | 2014-12-19

If I could rate a negative I would. I spoke several times to DJ. He agreed to sell me a car on Saturday late afternoon. I asked if I needed to pay a deposit or do something to secure the car... "no, I will put a sign in it & we are fine." I then emailed him every detail he had asked for Saturday afternoon.

Monday morning, he sends an email asking for information he could have obtained ten different ways. I don't immediately respond due to one heck of a day but call as soon as I see his email (late Monday afternoon).

They sold the car to someone else. I would not trust the SOB's. I offered to pay a deposit and they didn't need it.

No problem... I still have a couple of days before my daughters 16th birthday. I told you why I was buying the car - really appreciate the position you put me in.

Michael W. | 2013-10-24

Dixie Motors offered a fair price on a good used car, that is the extent of the nice things I can say about this operation.  The salesman and I negotiated a deal that was confirmed in writing and include shipping to the west coast.   Perhaps I should have been leery when Leonard the salesman refused to allow the car to be test driven.  He later stated that it could be test driven but only with a sizeable deposit.  Not sure if this is commonplace in Tennessee or not but on the West Coast it is not.  He offered his assistance with transportation but then either did not know anything about the companies they represent or refused to give any tangible feedback on the process.  He later commented that all of my questions and emails were a nuisance and "costing him money".  Apparently I was supposed to make a $40,000 purchase on just a long distance 'handshake' and a "trust me".  Not my style.  When I questioned him about a $269 "processing fee" that was introduced into the sale after our initial negotiation and agreement he stated that he could do nothing about that fee.  When the paperwork was generated to be signed that fee swelled to $279.  Quite literally minutes before leaving my office for the bank to wire funds  Leonard informed me that he would not be honoring the agreement.  When asked why he mostly dodged my question and replied only with that all of my questions were "costing him money".  I am pursuing this matter with an attorney who does believe that I have a breech of contract case against this establishment..

Kim Y. | 2011-03-25

Visiting a used car lot is as high on my list of things to do as getting my lady physical - really, really low.

But as I was in the market for a year old Honda Civic and they had 2, I made the trip over there and ended up with a reasonably priced new to me car!

Stock: Dixie seems to specialize in higher end used cars, I saw a lot of forgein pretty fancy looking things on the lot. The Civics were a little out of place and (I was told) trade-ins for something fancier from the lot.

Customer Service: Actually really nice guys. I never felt pressure and when I told them exactly what I wanted they listened to me (unlike the actual Honda dealerships in town trying to convince me to lease, lease, lease) I walked away with less of a payment than I expected and they hand delivered my new floor mats and license plate to my work & even put it on for me.

Quality - my car has never had a problem (knock on wood) but cant really say if thats because of them or just a trusty old Honda.

Either way I reccomend Dixie for the least sleazy you will ever feel at a used car lot.