Cars4UTX in Austin, TX


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Specialties

Low-mileage used cars, cars under $10,000.

Cars4UTX


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(512) 246-1886
Address:16403 FM 1325, Austin, TX, 78728
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Cars4UTX

 
Alexis S. | 2015-01-11

I recently purchased a car from CARS4UTX and it was an all around lovely and smooth experience.  I was able to make easy contact with the office to come see the car I had found online.  Every employee I encountered was kind, friendly, knowledgable and helpful.  Daniel was accessible when it came to discussing financing.  When I had a delay in my own finances, they were generous enough to hold the car for almost a week amid a lot of interest until I could come with a cashier's check.  They showed me respect and trust, and I now have a car that is incredibly reliable that was purchased with ease and good juju!  Highly recommended!

 
Holly T. | 2012-07-15

My college-aged daughter needed a reliable used car and a week of searching Craigslist left us with scams and few cars to actually be able to check out. So we searched the used car dealers and we were most impressed with Daniel at Cars4UTX. The car we were interested in was at Firestone getting a tire fixed, so we came back later to see it. He put multiple photos up online and it was well represented. He actually invested in 4 new tires for it and provided the CarFax report. We took it over to Dave's Automotive for a pre-purchase inspection where they noted it would need new rear brakes. Daniel agreed to negotiate for a lower selling price to accommodate the repair. He was never pushy and seemed to genuinely care about our family's needs. I would highly recommend this dealer for your used-car needs!

Editing in to add:
6 months after purchasing the car and investing over $1000 in repairs, the engine died. Two different mechanics said it would be about $3K to fix it, so we had to let the car die. There was probably no way to predict this catastrophic failure but it was a bitter pill to swallow last year. We were out over $5K total for 6 months of use.