Chuck Clancy Chrysler Jeep in Carters...

Chuck Clancy Chrysler Jeep in Cartersville, Georgia

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Car Buyer

Cartersville, GA

#1 Jan 25, 2011
Chuck Clancy Chrysler Jeep in Cartersville, Georgia. These people are a bunch of scam artist using bait and switch tactics.CAR BUYERS BEWARE!!!!!!!!!
rather eat poison

Cartersville, GA

#2 Jan 25, 2011
i would rather eat poison or go to the dentist than have to deal with Any car dealership. all of them are like that.
Car Buyer

Cartersville, GA

#3 Jan 25, 2011
Cary

Cartersville, GA

#4 Jan 25, 2011
After Obama gave Chrysler to the union thugs and screwed over the people who owned Chrysler stock, I wouldn't buy anything they make even it was half price. Plus Chrysler reliability is terrible.
1fedup1

Cartersville, GA

#5 Jan 26, 2011
Yeah I got one of their (CON)test credit cards the numbers matcheed I called Several times with the promise of a call back, I can almost bet that noone won the $10,000.00 grand prize!
damit boys

Cartersville, GA

#6 Jan 26, 2011
Josh Quick = CROOK! J Dennis Jennings = SUPER CROOK!!! Mike Bhock = DUMBASS CROOK!!!!!!! You better stay away people!!!!!
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#7 Jan 26, 2011
damit boys wrote:
Josh Quick = CROOK! J Dennis Jennings = SUPER CROOK!!! Mike Bhock = DUMBASS CROOK!!!!!!! You better stay away people!!!!!
How can these people be such crooks as you suggest. People, the internet age takes all the b.s. out of buying a car. Really people!
These are hard working people tring to feed their family's in our local community.

How do you feed your family?
damit boys

Cartersville, GA

#8 Jan 26, 2011
Not by trying to rip hard working people off! These guys work really hard trying to get you to accept the highest interest rate they can sucker your ass into!Go get you a car Be Real! I bet you leave with a sore ass and a high interest rate.Yes people use the internet,research the car you want and then use a bank or C.U. to finance it you will save thousands from what this dealer will charge you.
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#9 Jan 26, 2011
damit boys wrote:
Not by trying to rip hard working people off! These guys work really hard trying to get you to accept the highest interest rate they can sucker your ass into!Go get you a car Be Real! I bet you leave with a sore ass and a high interest rate.Yes people use the internet,research the car you want and then use a bank or C.U. to finance it you will save thousands from what this dealer will charge you.
Your rate is based on your credit history!
Banks regulate the entire market. In other words a bank will cap the yield on each auto loan. Maybe your are thinking way back in the 80's when a dealer could pick up 4 0r 5 points. Just will not happen in todays credit climate. So lets be real, bank determines your buy rate based on your credit score. If you have questionable pay history of coarse you are a higher risk so you will pay a higher rate!
That is not the fault of good people tring to feed a family here localy
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#10 Jan 26, 2011
damit boys wrote:
Not by trying to rip hard working people off! These guys work really hard trying to get you to accept the highest interest rate they can sucker your ass into!Go get you a car Be Real! I bet you leave with a sore ass and a high interest rate.Yes people use the internet,research the car you want and then use a bank or C.U. to finance it you will save thousands from what this dealer will charge you.
If you are so sure you can get a better rate at your local bank then go see them 1st. If you walk in to a dealer with a approval letter from your bank, that dealer will try everything they can to complete the enire transaction at that dealer, if not they will take you local banks money. You would be surprised how many car loans are booked thru the dealer for our local banks!
Buy Bartow!
Insider

United States

#11 Jan 26, 2011
damit boys wrote:
Not by trying to rip hard working people off! These guys work really hard trying to get you to accept the highest interest rate they can sucker your ass into!Go get you a car Be Real! I bet you leave with a sore ass and a high interest rate.Yes people use the internet,research the car you want and then use a bank or C.U. to finance it you will save thousands from what this dealer will charge you.
Actually, the most a dealer can mark up the interest rate through an indirect lending source, ie, Suntrust, Wells Fargo, Chase, or their captive finance company (the manufacturer), is 2%. Your rate,+/- 2%, is based solely on your history, credit score, and the loan-to-value of the vehicle you are purchasing. It is always a good idea to check with your Credit Union or bank beforehand just so you have a baseline. Sometimes the rates at the dealer will be lower than you can qualify for at your own bank because of the volume of loans that they generate. Definitely don't fall for the 0% advertising. The only time that 0% is an attractive alternative is if you don't have to give up any incentive money (rebate), to get it. Buying a car should be a fun experience, do your research, shop around for a dealer you like, but remember that the dealer has to make money on every car that they sell in order to stay in business. Happy shopping!
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#12 Jan 26, 2011
Insider wrote:
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Actually, the most a dealer can mark up the interest rate through an indirect lending source, ie, Suntrust, Wells Fargo, Chase, or their captive finance company (the manufacturer), is 2%. Your rate,+/- 2%, is based solely on your history, credit score, and the loan-to-value of the vehicle you are purchasing. It is always a good idea to check with your Credit Union or bank beforehand just so you have a baseline. Sometimes the rates at the dealer will be lower than you can qualify for at your own bank because of the volume of loans that they generate. Definitely don't fall for the 0% advertising. The only time that 0% is an attractive alternative is if you don't have to give up any incentive money (rebate), to get it. Buying a car should be a fun experience, do your research, shop around for a dealer you like, but remember that the dealer has to make money on every car that they sell in order to stay in business. Happy shopping!
Well said! It is time to support local business. When you travel to dealers in Atlanta, well they will never see you in Walmart here localy. They will not buy from a company you work for now. Today has never been a better time to buy a car. Money is so cheap right now but, not for long. The feds will have to adjust rates for inflation very soon! That is a given. So if you want to buy a car and want to pay a higher rate just wait 6 months or so and you will have a higher rate than today.
Insider

United States

#13 Jan 26, 2011
Be Real wrote:
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Well said! It is time to support local business. When you travel to dealers in Atlanta, well they will never see you in Walmart here localy. They will not buy from a company you work for now. Today has never been a better time to buy a car. Money is so cheap right now but, not for long. The feds will have to adjust rates for inflation very soon! That is a given. So if you want to buy a car and want to pay a higher rate just wait 6 months or so and you will have a higher rate than today.
Absolutely, I think the fed will announce today that rates will remain at these levels for another few months, but they will go back up soon. There are some tremendous deals out there on new cars right now. The used car market is a little inflated but that will adjust back down once new car sales increase above the 11 million unit pace and there is sufficient supply. If you can qualify, and your budget can stand the payments, this is the best time to buy a new car in terms of pricing and interest rates. BTW, Be Real, I bet I know you.
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#14 Jan 26, 2011
Insider wrote:
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Absolutely, I think the fed will announce today that rates will remain at these levels for another few months, but they will go back up soon. There are some tremendous deals out there on new cars right now. The used car market is a little inflated but that will adjust back down once new car sales increase above the 11 million unit pace and there is sufficient supply. If you can qualify, and your budget can stand the payments, this is the best time to buy a new car in terms of pricing and interest rates. BTW, Be Real, I bet I know you.
You are correct!
Hey I may not work for this dealer but, I can tell they mean well and deserve to feed their family and support our local economy!
The comsumer has a right to choose which product to buy.
Choose to buy local. You can always walk in to your local dealer have a familar face to talk too. That money will stay in our community which will trickle to more jobs localy creating a healthy local economy.
eral t pain

Cartersville, GA

#15 Jan 26, 2011
I went to Chuck Clancy this past weekend because of a flier i got in the mail saying i had won a free gift.There were a bunch of high pressure black salesmen from North Carolina who gave me a 500.00 gift card for an online store.(what a f***ing joke that was)The flier also had a 2870.00 voucher that would come off the price of any used car. Good deal right? Not!! I went home and checked Chucks website and the price online was 2870.00 lower than the price they finally quoted me. After asking for the price 50 times. These guys only wanted to tell me how much the price would be per month.Not the rate nor the length of the loan.My credit ratting is over 700 and they told me 16% interest! Well i said No F***ing way and left.SHAME ON YOU Chuck Clancy! BUY BARTOW BUT NOT CHUCK CLANCY.
eral t pain

Cartersville, GA

#16 Jan 26, 2011
Be Real you work for Chuck don't you?
Be Real

Monroe, GA

#17 Jan 26, 2011
eral t pain wrote:
Be Real you work for Chuck don't you?
I do not.
I cannot say I agree with having a outside group come in and take over a local dealer for a week. Outside promotion guys only care about that very moment in time. His dealer does need the foot traffic just like any other local retail in our community.
Furniture, Appliance, Clothing, Gyms, and local restraurants all need extra foot traffic to survive.
Local owners are so challanged my the current market climate that they are willing to think outside of the box.

Buy Bartow!
eral t pain

Cartersville, GA

#18 Jan 26, 2011
Thinking outside the box dose not mean screw the consumer!That's what they are trying too do.
eral t pain

Cartersville, GA

#19 Jan 26, 2011
Car Buyer wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ueraKXq8frkXX&NR=1
Great video and very true.
Insider

United States

#20 Jan 26, 2011
Be Real wrote:
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I do not.
I cannot say I agree with having a outside group come in and take over a local dealer for a week. Outside promotion guys only care about that very moment in time. His dealer does need the foot traffic just like any other local retail in our community.
Furniture, Appliance, Clothing, Gyms, and local restraurants all need extra foot traffic to survive.
Local owners are so challanged my the current market climate that they are willing to think outside of the box.
Buy Bartow!
I'm not a fan of the outside sales teams either, but they do drive traffic to the dealership. They are paid a portion of the gross profit from the deals so they try to make as much as they can. Truly though, why would people honestly believe that any business wants them just to come in to get a prize? I think we have to use some common sense. These traveling sales teams are highly scrutinized by the GA Governors Office of Consumer Affairs, so I would bet that everything they've done is within the letter of the law. The Grand Prizes are insured (just like a Hole In One prize) and the dealership would love to have somebody win because of the free positive publicity, but the odds are probably 1:1,000,000 or more.

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