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Oregon Car Connection OCC / Bait and Swith

1 333 se 82nd AvePortland, OR, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 503 255 3333

SO I SAW AN AD FOR A " 1998 RANGE ROVER, , $2500. " at OCC Oregon Car Connection IN THE Northwest cars and Trucks Magazine.. So i Called and spoke with JACK he tells me the Range, runs and drives great and the have had several calls on it, , and it wont last long, , i tell him i can come in on sat. due to living, , HOURS NORTH. "I called on friday." called back sat morning asked for JACK, , , , the man on the phone says he is jack and the vehicle still there, , the voices where totally different.. NOT MUCH THOUGHT we headed out, , thinking we were about to buy a new vehicle for the family.. Well when we get to the dealer.. the salesman says JACK is off.. "FISHY I THOUGHT TO MYSELF" then the salesman Tells me the Range dont run and needs a Head gasket, , as i look at the vehicle i notice it had been sitting there for a while, , , cob webs inside, , i feel like they tried the old bait and switch.. i asked about the car sitting next to it a 1991 Acura Legend Blue, , He says that one needs work also, , OK Thanks, , we went down the road and bought from a Great Dealer, ATLAS motors, just south of OCC PLease avoid OCC...

Oregon Car Connection OCC
Oregon Car Connection OCC

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  • Bi
      5th of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    same car still there 6-6-10 how about that.. same story also when you arrive..same bait...must work..i said thank-you and left..thats the best thing to do... unhappy from start just leave..to many dealears out there and lots of used cars..some junk...some good...thats why they say buyer beware...all sales AS IS..so before you pay for a car anywhere state of oregon laws..all used cars are sold AS IS...so have your car checked out..

  • Ky
      24th of Sep, 2014
    0 Votes

    That is the absolute worst. I went through the same thing with another dealership in Beaverton - wasn't there more than 5 minutes before I was out the door again. You can smell a fishy dealer/dealership from minute 1. Ended up being a blessing in disguise though, because even though it took longer for me to get a car, it forced me to do more research on the dealerships in my area, which led me to Midtown Motors in Salem. Still not super close to you but if you are ever in the used car buyers market again, I highly recommend them.
    http://midtownmotorssalem.com/

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