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Susan

Skokie, IL

#1 Sep 24, 2010
Very nice people quality used cars good serves -five stars !!!
Teresa

Arnold, MO

#2 Oct 28, 2010
BEWARE This company buys vehicles which have already been totaled and salvaged by an insurance company for the same price as a non-rebuild vehicle. The company misleads the young consumers to believe the motor has been rebuilt. The actual truth is the vehicle has a "rebuild title" which makes the value of the vehicle worth 40-50% less than the normal market value. My son paid $7,500 for vehicle and totaled the car the next day. Insurance company would only pay $3,400 because of "rebuild title." BEWARE
Brett

Oswego, IL

#3 Dec 30, 2010
AAA Suburban Auto Sales Inc, is currently selling a Red 2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L with a FAKE ODOMETER READING! They are saying it's 58,632 miles and I found the auction site they purchased it from that lists it as 158,793 miles, a 100,000 mile difference. I've backed up the Craigslist.org posting here: backupurl.com/f26won And the salvage auction listing is here: backupurl.com/preoib Notice the matching VIN number of 5FNRL38726B030208 which I simply Google'd to find the auctioned off car. For your information, this car's carfax report shows it being owned in MN for 5 years, and a minor accident in 2008. DO NOT TRUST AAA SUBURBAN AUTO SALES INC, THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND LAUGH ALL OF THE WAY TO THE BANK!!!!
Eugene

Skokie, IL

#4 Jan 11, 2011
We became a victims of a car auction fraud we bout this car base on odometer riding which unforchantly was not actual
Eugene

Skokie, IL

#5 Jan 11, 2011
Customer purchase a car fully aware of a rebuilt title !
CarFREAK

Gurnee, IL

#6 Nov 25, 2012
lol @ Eugene posting on this page to try and save face for his crap dealer ship.... Thanks for the heads up was looking at one of the STI"s he has will never buy and warn about this junk
yo yo

Chicago, IL

#7 Jan 7, 2013
you dumm
David

Chicago, IL

#8 Sep 11, 2013
My Girlfriend and I went here to buy a Honda CR-V we found on Craigslist. We replied to the poster and got an email the next day from Eugene. We thought it was private seller since the ad was filed under "by owner." We wanted to save money, so it made sense to find a private seller to save on sales tax.

After a few emails, Eugene said he was from Suburban Auto Sales and he was selling the car as a "private deal" with an open title. So we went up to the lot in Skokie to test drive the car. The test drive was fine and the salesman was very nonchalant about everything but I was still unsure about the open title since I'd read that dealers or anyone making a bulk of their money of selling vehicles must (possibly illegal) charge sales tax and that sometimes people sell cars with open titles to hide something. So I spoke to some people at work and they said it's a little weird but should be alright if I get it privately inspected.

I told the salesman we like it and we just have to secure the financing with our bank. It was a holiday weekend though and the banks were closed. I kept in contact and put down a down payment. I said I would contact him as soon as our bank sent the approval letter in the mail, which could take up to a week. They had no problem with this. As soon as we got approval I scheduled a mechanic appointment. I then called Eugene at Suburban who said "We sold it today." He didn't seem care that he didn't contact us, that we left a down payment or that he was kept in the loop and amenable during the entire process.

It's important to trust a business you're spending this kind of money with. I would definitely discourage anyone from buying from Suburban Auto Sales with their underhanded and untrustworthy behavior.
Ken

Skokie, IL

#9 Nov 25, 2013
I recently bought a Subaru Sti from you guys and I honestly couldn't be happier with my purchase. The process was as easy as possible and Eugene helped me out every step of the way. If anyone is looking for a quality vehicle, I would recommend taking a look ay Suburban Auto Sales. The guy to go to is definitely Eugene. He is very knowledgable and will help you with any issues you may come across. Again, thanks guys for the all the help and I definitely look forward to doing business with you guys in the future.
KBM

Skokie, IL

#10 Nov 25, 2013
Hi Eugene, you can use this as my testimonial:
I love my Jetta, it runs well and is very comfortable. Suburban Auto Sales really showed me patience and honesty in purchasing this car. I really appreciated how Eugene made the experience relaxed and comfortable, unlike most car dealerships. I highly recommend Suburban Auto Sales!
Eugene

Skokie, IL

#11 Nov 25, 2013
By policy we hold the vehicle up to 5 business days.
Customer did not respond over 7 days
Deal was canceled - vehicle was sold - deposit was returned
Thank you.
Eugene

Skokie, IL

#12 Nov 25, 2013
David wrote:
My Girlfriend and I went here to buy a Honda CR-V we found on Craigslist. We replied to the poster and got an email the next day from Eugene. We thought it was private seller since the ad was filed under "by owner." We wanted to save money, so it made sense to find a private seller to save on sales tax.
After a few emails, Eugene said he was from Suburban Auto Sales and he was selling the car as a "private deal" with an open title. So we went up to the lot in Skokie to test drive the car. The test drive was fine and the salesman was very nonchalant about everything but I was still unsure about the open title since I'd read that dealers or anyone making a bulk of their money of selling vehicles must (possibly illegal) charge sales tax and that sometimes people sell cars with open titles to hide something. So I spoke to some people at work and they said it's a little weird but should be alright if I get it privately inspected.
I told the salesman we like it and we just have to secure the financing with our bank. It was a holiday weekend though and the banks were closed. I kept in contact and put down a down payment. I said I would contact him as soon as our bank sent the approval letter in the mail, which could take up to a week. They had no problem with this. As soon as we got approval I scheduled a mechanic appointment. I then called Eugene at Suburban who said "We sold it today." He didn't seem care that he didn't contact us, that we left a down payment or that he was kept in the loop and amenable during the entire process.
It's important to trust a business you're spending this kind of money with. I would definitely discourage anyone from buying from Suburban Auto Sales with their underhanded and untrustworthy behavior.
By policy we hold the vehicle up to 5 business days.
Customer did not respond over 7 days
Deal was canceled - vehicle was sold - deposit was returned
Thank you.

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