Consumer Auto Liquidators in Airway Heights, WA


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Specialties

CAL has the best selection of vehicles in the region with over 400 vehicles in stock. We are an independent dealer, so we carry every make and model available. Plus, every vehicle we sell is required to pass a 24-point safety inspection that is done by a third party mechanic. In addition, every CAL vehicle sold comes with a complimentary 30 day, 1,000-mile warranty to back up that safety inspection.

History

Established in 1999.

CAL, Consumer Auto Liquidators, is a privately owned, family-run business that has been in eastern Washington for over 10 years. CAL has sold over 27,000 vehicles in that time. On top of that, CAL has consistently been one of the top 10 dealers in the entire state of Washington and the largest single point dealer in Eastern Washington.

Consumer Auto Liquidators


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(509) 244-2277
Address:10828 W Sunset Hwy, Airway Heights, WA, 99001
  • 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: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Reviews on Consumer Auto Liquidators

 
Jay C. | 2015-01-18

Horrible business! Wow I can't believe this place exists these people are scammers to the max. Extremely shady people I got ripped off by these people I would highly suggest never doing business with these con artists.

 
S R. | 2014-09-29

Stopped by because our favorite radio station was doing a remote while we were on our way to a different car lot.  We looked at a Honda Civic, but we were looking for a car for my step-son & wanted something a bit bigger.  Jeremy went and pulled out the perfect car for us!  The whole experience from the time we stepped on the lot until the time we drove away could not have been any smoother!!

 
Jay J. | 2014-08-21

scammers!! dont trust these guys they do whatever they have to do to make a sale they are arrogant and pushy. ended up with a truck there and started smoking roughly a month after purchase. I highly suggest you do not do business with these thieves!!

 
Katrina H. | 2014-07-31

I came in looking for a newer Subaru to trade in my 2005 outback and Martin and George were so accommodating to get me what I needed. Even though ultimately I decided not to get a car they were still so friendly and so nice. I didn't feel like I was being ripped off or being fed lines at all. This is by far the best experience I have had looking at cars. I would highly recommend coming out and talking to Martin, Tony V. or George they're great and very helpful.

 
A R. | 2013-11-18

I bought a used crossover from the owner and his son. Within a week, this car started to have major issues. I called the elder owner and told him he needed to fix or give me back my $30k I had paid. He oddly didn't want me to take the car to my own mechanic (said he didn't want to pay the bill) but would have his mechanic look it over.

Long story short, they said nothing was wrong, but tried to make me pay $500 for his mechanic's bill!!!!!! I ended up having my mechanic look it ALL over and SURPRISE: THE POWER STEERING IS SHOT, ALIGNMENT SHOT, AIRBAG HAD BEEN DEPLOYED (but they had reset the fuse so it wouldn't show), and NEW ROTORS NEEDED.

This dealership is crooked, rude and I don't recommend to ANYONE. Shame on them. Not to mention all the chrome accents (ie: handles, logo emblem etc.) rubbed off within a month! Obviously quick cover-ups.

I would rate ZERO stars if Yelp allowed it.

 
Nick B. | 2013-06-11

Biggest bunch of sleezy car salesmen I've ever met. At one point I thought to myself "They're just trying to be ironic, right? Nobody actually acts THIS much like a used car salesman unless they're joking!"

Unfortunately, it was no act. It was just that cheesy.

True Story:

I had been looking for a Toyota Tacoma. I found one I was interested in at a car lot across the highway from CAL for $23,500. I noted the VIN and took a look at it. Unfortunately, it reeked of cigarette smoke, so it was out of the question.

About 2 weeks later, I see a very similar vehicle at CAL. I go look at it, and I'll be damned if it wasn't the same Toyota Tacoma; the VIN was an exact match. The only difference was that the cigarette smell was now masked by a heavy, cheap car salesman-esque cologne smell. And, oh yeah, somehow it's value had increased $4k from $23,500 to $27,500. They had obviously bought it at auction and grossly jacked up the price.

They were trying their usual high pressure tactics "somebody just test drove it today! Totally interested!", when I asked about flexibility on price and got the "ooooh..I dunno, we're into it for quite a bit, we're barely making a profit as it is!". I said "Interesting. Can you tell me why this truck is worth $4k more than when it was parked across the street?", at which point I told them about the price at the prior lot.

This really flustered them, but they were still determined to make a sale. They took my number and I left.

The next day I received a call, on the other end was the salesman from the prior day. He said "If you're still interested in the Toyota Tacoma, you'd better come in! It's going on a truck to Omak tomorrow! But, if you're interested, I can keep it here!".

I said "Nah. Let it go. Not interested".

As it turns out, Omak is a lot closer than I ever thought. A week later I drove by their lot in North Spokane, and there sat the truck. Hmmph. What are the odds?(Hint:Pretty good)

It's no wonder 2 of their 3 lots have closed in the last year; with business practices like this they will soon cease to exist.

Suck it, CAL!