DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS SHOP!!!! They stole my insurance check. Never fixed my car and left me without a car for 5 weeks while they stated they were waiting on it to be painted etc. After demands to see my car it was returned to me UNFIXED, DAMAGED, AND MORE MILES. They had used my car for personal use for the 5 weeks. The owner advised me his employee gambled my insurance check and thats why he didn't fix my car and hid my car. The guy as well used my car for personal use adding 850 miles and when it was returned he had an accident in my car as well. So my 2010 Jetta is ruined!!!! They refuse to pay to have it fixed elsewhere and refuse to give me back my money! They are a horrible company and I will sue for everything now. But what horrible business to not refund my money and pay Volkswagen to fix my car!!! Bad Business. Bad Pakistanian family!!
Posted: 11/21/2010 • Link to this review
When I was searching for an Infiniti, I went to Euro Imports, as their internet ads showed great cars at great prices. Upon showing up at the dealership, no one greeted me for about 20 minutes, even when I was standing inside the building trying to make eye contact with all the people avoiding me. I took the car I was looking at for a test drive, in which I was only allowed to drive for about a mile, and gave Bert the keys to my car, as I was planning to trade it in. He came back and we immediently went to run my credit. No discussion on trade-in value, vehicle price, or anything. I was hoping to finance some of the car, to establish auto credit, but also had the option to pay in cash. When my credit came back less than perfect (old credit cards from when I was 18 & couldn't stop shopping, and my new mortgage) I was told that the G35 I was looking at was "too much car for me". I WAS ABLE TO PAY CASH! I ended up purchasing the same car at Infiniti of Scottsdale for $5K less and was treated with respect. And where they gladly took my wire transfer. Beware of Euro Imports, especially if you're a young woman, they'll try to scam you & shame you!
Posted: 1/10/2009 • Link to this review
Initially, when I bought my car, it seemed like a great deal. Great price for a luxury car. Just ONE year later after purchasing the vehicle this car defined the term of a "lemon". The middle console came right off, the door locks fell off, small things were just falling apart. Then after a few months, the transmission began to have problems and when I took the car in for a diagnostic, the repair guys simply told me, there is something wrong with the transmission and the dealer where you bought your car from "didn't tell you something." After some contemplation and multiple financial investments in the damages that can with the car, I decided to trade it in. The dealer pulled up the car fax and told me it had been in an accident! Euro Imports showed me the car fax and it DID NOT indicate any accidents of any type. Obviously, the car fax Euro showed me was clearly doctored. Further, evidence that this dealer is EXTREMELY shady, when I took my car in for a routine oil change, the servicer on my car told me that the dealer was a VERY shady place to work and they would scam anyone for anything. I beg of you, please stay away from this place because you will simply be scammed and disappointed. Don't learn the hard way like I did, just please take my word for it.
Posted: 5/05/2008 • Link to this review
Euro Imports have exellent prices on used european luxury cars like Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar, etc. Beware of their service department though. They give you a "free" oil change for life, but don't tell you that it's free only if you do all of the maintenance with them
Posted: 5/03/2008 • Link to this review