Pat Lobb’s Toyota of McKinney Royse City Texas

Complaint: First of all, we were lured here due to the big lie that they had over 400 of the make and model that we were interested in, only to find out there were really only 5 or 6. We went in with $10,000 in cash money ready to strike a deal and finance the remainder. Spent over 6 hours and 2 trips in to the dealership (we live 45 mins away) and walked away completely ASHAMED of this dealership. The 1st truck we signed up for at didn’t even pass their “160 point inspection””. They said they “”didn’t know”” at the time we were signing that it had been misfiring and had a transmission leak. We got out of that deal real fast! (Of course they knew! The check engine light would have been on for the misfire or they had reset it!). They barely budged on their price on this 2010 Toyota Tundra with less than 1000 miles. It’s a Five year old truck!! Yes I realize that’s low miles but Make me a deal!!! Needless to say

Tags: Auto Dealers

Address: we were dumb enough to try to work a deal on a second choice vehicle. This truck was originally priced exactly as the previous truck and they wouldn’t offer the same rebate. They came down $2500 on the first truck but wouldn’t even come down $1000 on this one. Both are listed at $25

Website: 3350 S Central Exp McKinney , Texas USA

Phone: 881. There’s No real dealing going on over there guys

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