Cedar Park Auto Sales in Austin, TX


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Specialties

Sales & Financing of Used Cars, SUV's & trucks.

History

Established in 1985.

We have been in business at the "Y" in Oak Hill for 27 years, during that time we have sold over 13,000 vehicles.

Cedar Park Auto Sales


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(512) 892-2001
Address:6753 Hwy 290 W, Austin, TX, 78735
  • 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 - 4:30 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Cedar Park Auto Sales

 
Corey T. | 2014-09-03

We the people have no clue!

Seeing their very interesting sign, I thought "these are not your typical car salesmen." If you don't like high pressure sales techniques, hidden fees, tricks etc. this is the place to go. They were friendly and down to earth. This is the first time I've ever dealt with a dealership, where I'd like to go back and just chat with them...Would definitely use them again.

 
WJ C. | 2014-05-13

I would give negative stars after this experience. I made a cash offer on a vehicle, was hung up on with no warning. Thinking it was a mistake, I called back to discuss. The representative, one of the owners, basically said " I'm not taking that offer, FUCK YOU" and hung up again. WOW. Please do not even visit this place.

 
bennett p. | 2013-08-05

Hands down the most pleasurable car buying experience I've ever had. Mike is the most straightforward and honest car dealer I've ever met. He got me exactly what I wanted for less than I expected.

 
Sean M. | 2010-04-26

We stumbled across this little place on our way into Austin to visit some of the big car dealerships there after our trusty minivan died.

We pulled into the small lot on a rainy Saturday morning, to be greeted a minute or two after we clambered out of the car by Brian, the flip-flop clad owner of the place. He joked around pleasantly with us as I told him what we were looking for. After providing some peanut M&Ms for my hungry wife, he showed us a nice Mercury Villager that was already in our price range, ran a copy of my license, and tossed me the keys.

We took it for a spin and quite liked it. On our return, he said "I've been sharpening up my pencil, and wanted to tell you the best price I can manage on this van," and quoted us a figure substantially below the already reasonable price. We told him we had a few more places to visit that day, but that we'd definitely keep it in mind. "I'll warn you, as you go further into Austin, the prices get higher and the salesmen get more obnoxious!" He then printed out the info sheet for the van, gave it to us along with his lower price, and cheerily sent us on our way.

His parting words proved to be prophetic. We didn't find any deals in Austin that compared favorably to the price he quoted us, and certainly didn't find anyone as agreeable to work with. We dropped back by later than afternoon to take the van around the block again. "While you're out, could you put some gas in it for me? Here's a $20." We decided to buy the van, write Brian a check, and were on our way with a good van and no hassle.

The only thing that was a little disappointing, though understandable, is that Brian wasn't comfortable having us take the van down to San Marcos to our mechanic. He was happy to offer the number of an independent inspector and to call the local Firestone garage for us, though, so we had options that were almost as good.

All in all, we really appreciated the experience, and will likely start our next car search there