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United Nissan / buying a car

1 Las Vegas, NV, United States Review updated:

I filed bankruptcy and keep receiving letters from United nissan to come in a get a new car. I finally went in and they took my drivers license and keys and kept them until I said yes on a new car. 6 hours later I finally said yes and got a new car and drove off the lot with contract all signed at 16.25 %. Everything was fine until they called me back and said that I needed to finish the contract at 25% interest. That was 14 days later. I was so shocked. I had new cover made for the car and had drove it at least 800 miles. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. So my friend followed me down to nissan and I returned the car. I live on a budget and I'm a senior citizen and really don't think they even care. I will never go to them ever again and I will tell all my friends my story when they are looking for a new car as well. I still have a coupon for $100 in free gas which I never received either for taking a test drive. If anyone has a class action suit against this company I would really like to know.

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  • Ch
      3rd of Dec, 2008
    -1 Votes

    Listen, you obviously had filed bankruptcy. The fact that the can even get you a deal is good. Its not united nissans fault you got in way over your head and had to file. I am so sick of hearing people saying they "took my keys!" I am sorry but you handed them your keys for a trade appraisal. You signed the contract, they were trying to get you the best deal possible. And you should have really paid attention to the gas voucher before you left the first time. And the fact that you even can come online and complain about them saying %25 shows me you really have no clue when it comes to buying a car and how it works. Dealers have to hustle banks to get a deal "billed" which means a bank buys the contract. So they probably had people in the back working extremely hard to get a bank to buy your deal! Not their fault cause once again you have bad credit. your fault not theirs. Pay your bills ontime and the monthly payments and interest can get worked out, you didn't do that so stop complaining,

  • Ca
      6th of Aug, 2011
    0 Votes

    I went down a week ago and was approved for a 2008 Kia Spectra - they called me and said we cant finance you in that car with what you put down - you would have to come back down with another 2000 down to stay in the car or we have to put you into a different vehicle - I also had a signed contract showing what my monthly payment would be and what my interest rate was for financing - they stated it was because of my length of employment which they knew when they let me drive off the lot in the vehicle - I did not falsify my application in any way, the day after getting the car a accident happen which I informed them of and told them a claim had already been started with my insurance - they demanded that the car had to be left and repaired and threatened not to release the bill of sale for the vehicle - they totally took the option away from me as far as having the car repaired because all that was done was scrapes and a crack in the plastic of the front right bumper - now my insurance will probably demand the 1000 dollar deductible be paid even though I did not authorize repairs to be done - I am seeking a attorney

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