Seattle Auto in Seattle, WA

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Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(206) 388-0550
Address:9105 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA, 98125
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Reviews on Seattle Auto

Rose B. | 2015-04-20

My husband and I were shopping around for a used car. He had been using for our searching and came across this dealership which had a Ford Escape that we liked. We came by on a saturday, and as soon as we pulled up i felt uneasy.

first of all, the "dealership" is/was someones home. weird. also.....bars on the thanks. There was no one on the lot, which was another big red flag. my husband walked into the house to talk to someone, i stayed outside.

within seconds, my husband walked out of the house and said "we are leaving". Apparently, when asked about the Ford Escape, the employee told him "ohhhh where did you see the ad for that car? we uhhhh sold it yesterday". My husband knew right away it was a scam and we pretty much ran out of there.

Dont buy a car here, some of the vehicles on the lot look like they have been there for a long time.

lauren S. | 2014-04-13


I have written a review on this place once before, they promised they would fix a problem i found when test driving it saying it was easy and never did and forgot to ever call me when it was taken out of their shop so it sat on the side of their shop for god knows how long. I drove up to check in with them on it because i didn't know what was taking so long and they wouldn't call me back and it was sitting there outside. They were like "Oh ya someone called you...." UH NO, They didn't.


Now that its been paid off and i never received the release of interest or title signed in the mail, but now I'm trying to sell it. So i call and i call and i call trying to get ahold of someone assuming they could just send it to me since they never did in the first place but i didn't feel like dealing with them and just kept my registration until now.

No one ever picks up or calls back. So i drive 45 minutes out of my way to these people so have them sign the paper so i can sell this piece of shit car. They tell me that the paper work is in storage and they will have to go get it from another location and send it within the week. Now its been almost 4 and one will call me back.

i guess i get to drive all the way up and out of my way again. perfect.

Eric L. | 2012-03-08

First of all I want to make it very clear that I only blame myself for buying a vehicle from these people.  I had been shopping around for a specific truck and they happen to have one that was in my price range.  I went there a few times looking at the truck and the first "red flag" should have been when the same guy told me every time that if I diddn't buy this truck right now then he was going to sell it to a guy that was on his way right now to buy it. (three times in a row) Maybe it was when I test drove the truck and the exhaust rattled and the sales person told me it only rattles because it is bran new (no joke, he said that).  I guess it is my fault for beleiving him when he said the brakes were all new and their shop said underneath was flawless.  

They would not budge on the price even though I was paying cash.  Ok that is fine, it was still the best deal I could find.  I tried registering it in a different state as that is where I was taking it and they said they don't do tax exempt (find out later they could have just diddn't want to do the paperwork)  I guess saving over 1,000$ is not that big of deal.

So being impatient and going against my better judgement I bought the truck.  A week later it diddn't feel quite right when I turned left or when I put it in 4 wheel drive.  I brought it to a shop and they sait wow where did you buy this lemon?  The brakes were non existent, the muffler was falling apart and the front u joint was broken.  There is actually a long list of other things but not going there right now.  I contacted the dealer I bought from and he said "we never said anything like that and too bad for you"  They wouldn't let me return the truck, the best they could do was fix the problems for me but I would have to pay them to do it and would take a few days.  They did say they would give me a good deal though. They quoted me more that les shwab!!!!  So I called them about a dozen times with no call back or regard for me.  I ended up bringing my truck to les shwab and got the bare essentials done that was guaranteed to me was already done.  2,000$.  The way these guys treated me like an idiot from the begining and the way they handled themselves in general was very unproffesional.

Micah A. | 2010-08-28

I'll use this space to tell a story.

I was in the market to buy my first car. I had a car before this, but it was inherited. My freelance business was going really well, and it was time to finally make a purchase of my own.

I also hate haggling. I hate it. I get why people do it, but holy wow, if I want something just let me buy it for the price you are okay with. It saves us both a lot of trouble. But I know that car places haggle - especially used car places. So i was prepared for the road ahead.

Moving on...

I did some used car searching and finally found one that I wanted. The manliest, sexiest, biggest bad ass car in existence - a white, 2003 Prius. I'll give you a moment to wipe the envy drool off your keyboard.

In addition,the car was low mileage, very low priced, and only had 1 owner. Great deal.

Still, I was afraid of the haggling. I hate haggling. So rather than haggle, I decided to invite the cheapest, most stubborn person I know to haggle for me - my dad. That guy would use a 10 cent coupon on a new home.

I'll fast forward the story a little since no one is going to read this far anyway. If you did, hi! How are you? Did that rash go away?

Anyway, I drive the car and it is exactly what I expected - a chick magnet. It was like an Axe commercial. They were all jumping on the car like it flies to the blue light, and getting zapped by its awesomeness.

It's clear I'm getting this car. So I talk to my dad. The car was listed at 8k. I'd like to pay 7k, and any less is better. He says "Great, I've got this for you." He walks up to the salesman and says "We will give you...
Seven Thousand for this car."

NO! That's not haggling. That's completely wrong. You never start at the number that you want to pay. You start way below it and hope that they lower their number enough to make you happy.

The salesman looked at my dad, then looked at me, then smiled. He knew right then that the most he'd lose from the asking price is like 500, and he was right, because no matter how much I tried to push him down (after telling my dad his services were no longer required), he wouldn't drop the price any lower.

The moral is that you should haggle yourself, because when it's not their money, other people won't try as hard.


Anyway, they were really friendly here and their car costs were surprisingly low, since I think they pick them up at auction and save a ton of money. The only reason they are docked a star is because the manner in which they haggle makes you feel like you are being cheated. For a month after buying the car I was sure it was going to die on me. I've been around people that bought cars before and they haggle in a more professional way, and you are convinced that the car will work. This felt like I was buying the car from the back of a van in an alley, and that maybe I was buying a "Rrius" with the R's tail scratched off.

Otherwise, they were great. And they bought me muffins because I was promised a muffin inside and one of the salespeople ate them all, so they went to the store and bought me two muffins. Nice people.