Best Buy Here Pay Here car lots in Ri...
mr yogi bear

Richmond, KY

#22 Dec 19, 2011
i am wrote:
I am interested in the 2000 kia sportage please email me pics at jessicashea523@gmail.com
stay clear of kia sportage, major transmission problems there
AnA

Richmond, KY

#23 Dec 19, 2011
I suggest Marcum's in Irvine. It's a bit of a drive, but they're always fair and stand behind their cars. My parents have bought a few cars from there, and even a year or more out of something goes wrong with the car they'll work with you to get it fixed. I say call out there and see what they can do for you, the women who run the office are incredibly nice.
goodadvice

Chesterfield, MO

#24 Dec 19, 2011
DO Not waste your time or money going to East Main (it will be a total piece of shi+) or J Webb (you will get ripped off big time)!
undecided1985

Danville, KY

#25 Jan 8, 2012
Does anyone know about Chilton's Blue Collar Auto Sales in Harrodsburg or North Broadway in Lex? Thanks
Town and country

Herndon, VA

#26 Jan 8, 2012
Go to town and county I don't think it's a buy here pay here but I have horrible credit took them 1000 to a guy named brad and he got me approved for a car loan. Before then I couldn't get anything and it's actually been helping my credit. So ask for brad and tell him what you are looking for and if anything is wrong with any of the cars he will tell you that you don't want that 1. He was really honest with me and a motor went out on a window and he replaced it 2 months after I bought the car.
curious

Flatwoods, KY

#27 Oct 27, 2012
Town and country wrote:
Go to town and county I don't think it's a buy here pay here but I have horrible credit took them 1000 to a guy named brad and he got me approved for a car loan. Before then I couldn't get anything and it's actually been helping my credit. So ask for brad and tell him what you are looking for and if anything is wrong with any of the cars he will tell you that you don't want that 1. He was really honest with me and a motor went out on a window and he replaced it 2 months after I bought the car.
Town and country...may I ask how much the car was that you got financed for?
curious

Flatwoods, KY

#29 Oct 28, 2012
Craig wrote:
Take you down payment to an auction and buy the same car that a buy here pay here guy is going to buy and tripple the price.
I have never been to an auction, do you have a website or the name of one to get more information. Thanks
Looking

Richmond, KY

#31 Oct 28, 2012
Dontdo it wrote:
Don't by off a buy here pay here. Try to special finance at a dealership first!
what does that mean? What's a "special finance"? I've never heard of it.
TuscaniBooster

Richmond, KY

#32 Nov 13, 2012
c baker wrote:
j webb will repo you r car from you if your a day late and on the lot trying to pay him that payment and next payment. trust me i know
JWebbs is 1 of the best lots in Richmond I recently got my car there and didn't have a problem I even had to replace a tire due to road hazard and he let me skip a payment and even offered to pay for the new tire which was about $225. So if you get repoed from them then you must be a very bad unreliable customer. They are the nicest ppl I've ever met, and cheap too!
Common sense

Cynthiana, KY

#33 Nov 19, 2012
Used car dealers dont just rip people off or sell them a car that they know will tear up. They are used and have to break down at some point. Even new cars tear up. Why else would they have warranties? A dealer would not buy a car knowing its going to break down. Theyre not gonna invest theyre money into junk. No one can just predict when or what will tear up on a car.(machine with thousands of parts) dealers buy cars just like the public they test drive them or buy in an auction setting with no guarantees. If you sold or trade your vehicle to a dealer ad say a week later the engine blows, are you going to have it fixed? Or refund their money? Id say not. Dealers dont have a magical world where they buy vehicles or have future predicting mechanics who know when a car with no signs of an issue will break down. When you test drive a vehicle why not have a trusted mechanic look it over? If you knew anything about business youd realize that if a dealer sold a vehicle that blew up shortly after the sale, youd also realize they arent making money when u decide not to make the payments anymore. They get stuck fixing it which means theyre spending more money on it and it sits on their lot (not making money) for who knows how long until someone makes a small down payment leaving months before they recover their intial investment let alone profit from the sale. It takes a long time to make $500 on a $2000 investment on a buy here pay here lot. As far as a dealer disabling or repossing your vehicle for non payment. Sounds like a dealer expense to me. Probally not cheap to pay someone to reposses a vehicle. Also not making money for them. If you dont pay your water bill, they shut it off and charge a reconnection fee so why not same for your vehicle. Besides you sign a contract and aknowledge that non-payment calls for repossesion/disabling vehicle. If you agree to pay on a date leaving someone expecting to be paid id say theyre unhappy about that. Theyre not out to get you but its a business that depends on payments to keep operating. Id say its scary selling a vehicle buy here pay here style to a stranger. The customer has the vehicle/collateral and makes a small down payment then for many months pays small NO INTREST payments. Come on people. Get real
richie rich

Dayton, OH

#34 Nov 19, 2012
Common sense wrote:
Used car dealers dont just rip people off or sell them a car that they know will tear up. They are used and have to break down at some point. Even new cars tear up. Why else would they have warranties? A dealer would not buy a car knowing its going to break down. Theyre not gonna invest theyre money into junk. No one can just predict when or what will tear up on a car.(machine with thousands of parts) dealers buy cars just like the public they test drive them or buy in an auction setting with no guarantees. If you sold or trade your vehicle to a dealer ad say a week later the engine blows, are you going to have it fixed? Or refund their money? Id say not. Dealers dont have a magical world where they buy vehicles or have future predicting mechanics who know when a car with no signs of an issue will break down. When you test drive a vehicle why not have a trusted mechanic look it over? If you knew anything about business youd realize that if a dealer sold a vehicle that blew up shortly after the sale, youd also realize they arent making money when u decide not to make the payments anymore. They get stuck fixing it which means theyre spending more money on it and it sits on their lot (not making money) for who knows how long until someone makes a small down payment leaving months before they recover their intial investment let alone profit from the sale. It takes a long time to make $500 on a $2000 investment on a buy here pay here lot. As far as a dealer disabling or repossing your vehicle for non payment. Sounds like a dealer expense to me. Probally not cheap to pay someone to reposses a vehicle. Also not making money for them. If you dont pay your water bill, they shut it off and charge a reconnection fee so why not same for your vehicle. Besides you sign a contract and aknowledge that non-payment calls for repossesion/disabling vehicle. If you agree to pay on a date leaving someone expecting to be paid id say theyre unhappy about that. Theyre not out to get you but its a business that depends on payments to keep operating. Id say its scary selling a vehicle buy here pay here style to a stranger. The customer has the vehicle/collateral and makes a small down payment then for many months pays small NO INTREST payments. Come on people. Get real
we need to get real, so you wont get any richer, mr.buy here pay here.you always one step ahead of the poor workin man.
Common sense

Cynthiana, KY

#35 Nov 19, 2012
mr yogi bear wrote:
<quoted text>
well sweety for the 1000 dollar down payment it would buy any car from a buy here pay here lot, 99.9% of those cars comes from insurance companys that are totalled out or car auctions, for the 1000 dollar down you can get 2 or 3 cars easily from the same place they get them, so the car lot is not out one cent, they are actually to the good buy about 500 after they recieve the downpayment, trust me boo boo i took there picinic basket i know
A totaled out vehicle is sold to the salvage pool. Where theyre sold for a high price. The scrap metal price is high so the cars parts value is bid way past that buy junk yards. The destroyed bodies go for too much to repair let alone resell. Look at coparts.com and see for yourself. I used to do book keeping for a local lot. I believe i know what im talking about. Itd b impossible to buy 3 cars for 1000. Theyd crush for more. How can they bid against some one wanting to resell parts and drivetrain on a totaled car then repair it but not invest too much to resell on a lot? dealers wouldnt let another dealer buy cars cheap as u assume. If they potentially make the crazy money u describe then the dealer price would inflate like crazy because theyd bid eachother up so high in effort to purchase every car for themselves. Theres no magic dealer only car land people. Ive been to the auctions and saw dealers buy from eachother and the public. Its an intersting business but not as easy as the general public thinks. People watch these fake reality tv shows like storage wars and now they know it all and are gonna rich quick.
HorsePower

Cynthiana, KY

#36 Nov 19, 2012
Im the car dealinest shark u ever seen. Im gonna keep buyin em for $200 and chargin the public $2500. N u got no choice but to buy them. Us dealers control the auction house anyway. We run yalls bids up to make us all richer. You cant buy at dealer auctions anyway lady. So u can run n tell that. I gotta shark fin pokin out my back. I see yall tryna bid. Isees ya. I sees ya. Yall cant come to top secret dealer land n get these deals. Plus the governments in on it. Got our backs. Know what im sayin tho? We rig the cars up with timers to make em tearup when ur bouta pay em off so u gotta come buy another. GMC ever heard of it? Government motor company. Ya better call the better bisness beuro. I stand behind my cars cuz i was infront n brakes go out id get runover. Ha! O yea were in cahoots with walmart n mcdonalds too. We gota remote control that makes ya oils leak. DeAler power people! Go on n getcha summmm!
HorsePower

Cynthiana, KY

#37 Nov 19, 2012
HorsePower wrote:
Im the car dealinest shark u ever seen. Im gonna keep buyin em for $200 and chargin the public $2500. N u got no choice but to buy them. Us dealers control the auction house anyway. We run yalls bids up to make us all richer. You cant buy at dealer auctions anyway lady. So u can run n tell that. I gotta shark fin pokin out my back. I see yall tryna bid. Isees ya. I sees ya. Yall cant come to top secret dealer land n get these deals. Plus the governments in on it. Got our backs. Know what im sayin tho? We rig the cars up with timers to make em tearup when ur bouta pay em off so u gotta come buy another. GMC ever heard of it? Government motor company. Ya better call the better bisness beuro. I stand behind my cars cuz i was infront n brakes go out id get runover. Ha! O yea were in cahoots with walmart n mcdonalds too. We gota remote control that makes ya oils leak. DeAler power people! Go on n getcha summmm!
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clueless

Fargo, ND

#38 Jan 11, 2013
Dontdo it wrote:
Don't by off a buy here pay here. Try to special finance at a dealership first!
You must have been late more than once. We have bought both vehicles there and I gurantee you we were late some but we always paid our payments. Never had any problems from him or his staff, they are always kind and ready to help.
insomnia

United States

#39 Jan 15, 2013
Jb webb had 2 cars from there good
Sam Rothstein

Cranston, RI

#40 Feb 2, 2014
Visit http://bhphprices.com/dealers/Kentucky/Richmo... this website has a ton of local buy here pay here dealers on their website
Stuff is cheap

Atlanta, GA

#41 Feb 5, 2014
richie rich wrote:
<quoted text>we need to get real, so you wont get any richer, mr.buy here pay here.you always one step ahead of the poor workin man.
amen!!!'
jonny boy

Harrodsburg, KY

#42 Feb 25, 2014
there is know f??king such thing in this state the best buy here and pay here they all are own by the attn: general office and making million of dollars for the damn basT ards just like the damn temp job places just taking the damn KIDS money that they go and work so f??king hard for ....
Hmmmmm

Georgetown, IN

#43 Feb 25, 2014
whatever wrote:
I can tell you one other place to stay away from. Key Auto in Lexington. They put some kind of thing on the engine and if you are late, they flip the switch, and the car won't start and they won't turn it on until they are paid - and that means the daily late fees, etc. bunch of A%%hole crooks!!!!
Actually, if you don't pay your bills, you're the A%%hole.

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