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  • 2016 Nissan Sentra SV in Black
    18,430 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4679
    List

    $14,470

    *
    Est. Loan: $270/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!
    $561 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Nissan Sentra SV 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Only 18,430 miles. -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -Brand New Tires -New Front Brakes -New Wiper Blades -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Nissan Sentra SV with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Keyless Entry/Start.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (29 City/38 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

  • 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S in Gray
    21,860 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4700
    List

    $10,410

    *
    Est. Loan: $195/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Manual Transmission -New Arrival -Only 21,860 miles. -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Steering Wheel Controls -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Aux Audio Inputs.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Manual
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    30 Combined MPG (27 City/36 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2016 Toyota Corolla L in Gray
    31,686 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4658
    List

    $13,610

    *
    Est. Loan: $254/mo
    Good Deal!
    Good Deal!
    $764 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Toyota Corolla L 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Wheel Alignment Completed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Steering Wheel Controls -Power Windows -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Toyota Corolla L with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    31 Combined MPG (27 City/36 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Nissan Altima 2.5 S in Black
    54,738 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4687X
    List

    $13,420

    *
    Est. Loan: $251/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!
    $473 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Nissan Altima 2.5 S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -Brand New Tires -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Nissan Altima 2.5 S.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    31 Combined MPG (27 City/38 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

  • 2015 Hyundai Sonata SE in Dark Brown
    31,024 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4642
    List

    $13,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $243/mo
    Good Deal!
    Good Deal!
    $1,338 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Hyundai Sonata SE 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Only 31,024 miles. -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Fog Lights -Heated Mirrors -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Alloy Wheels -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Hyundai Sonata SE with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    29 Combined MPG (25 City/37 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2016 Toyota Corolla S Plus in Black
    32,597 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4584A
    List

    $15,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $273/mo
    Good Deal!
    Good Deal!
    $1,241 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Toyota Corolla S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Brand New Tires -New Front Brakes -New Rear Brakes -New Cabin Air Filter -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Fog Lights -Heated Mirrors -Leather Steering Wheel -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Automated Climate Control -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Toyota Corolla S Plus with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Back-up camera.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (29 City/37 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Ford Escape SE
    65,629 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UPR11387X
    List

    $15,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $273/mo

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Ford Escape SE 4D Sport Utility : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -Wheel Alignment Completed -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Fog Lights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Alloy Wheels -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Ford Escape SE with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Power Driver Seat, Trip Computer.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    26 Combined MPG (23 City/32 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Nissan Versa 1.6 S in Silver
    6,613 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# N12921AX
    List

    $8,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $150/mo
    Great Deal!
    Great Deal!
    $1,778 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Nissan Versa 1.6 S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Manual Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Only 6,613 miles. -New Wiper Blades -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Steering Wheel Controls -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460. Prior rental

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Nissan Versa 1.6 S with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Aux Audio Inputs.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Manual
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    30 Combined MPG (27 City/36 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2013 Toyota Corolla LE in Silver
    41,906 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# N13340A
    List

    $12,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $224/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2013 Toyota Corolla LE 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -Only 41,906 miles. -New Front Brakes -New Wiper Blades -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2013 Toyota Corolla LE with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    29 Combined MPG (26 City/34 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2016 Nissan Sentra S in Silver
    52,110 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4699
    List

    $13,630

    *
    Est. Loan: $255/mo

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Nissan Sentra S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -New Arrival -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Nissan Sentra S with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (29 City/38 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S Plus in Dark Blue
    17,054 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UPA2009
    List

    $10,700

    *
    Est. Loan: $200/mo
    Good Deal!
    Good Deal!
    $1,067 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S Plus 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Only 17,054 miles. -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -Brand New Tires -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2016 Nissan Versa 1.6 S Plus with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Aux Audio Inputs.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    35 Combined MPG (31 City/40 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

  • 2014 Ford Mustang V6 in Silver
    34,956 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4703
    List

    $15,000

    *
    Est. Loan: $273/mo

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2014 Ford Mustang V6 with Soft Top, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 6-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    22 Combined MPG (19 City/29 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2017 Nissan Sentra S in Gray
    6,752 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4693X
    List

    $14,740

    *
    Est. Loan: $275/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2017 Nissan Sentra S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Only 6,752 miles. -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Nissan Sentra S with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (29 City/37 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

  • 2012 Toyota Camry LE in Gray
    50,808 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UP11899
    List

    $13,360

    *
    Est. Loan: $250/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2012 Toyota Camry LE 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -Only 50,808 miles. -Wheel Alignment Completed -New Front Brakes -New Wiper Blades -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2012 Toyota Camry LE with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    28 Combined MPG (25 City/35 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Mazda 3 i Touring in Dark Red
    41,999 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# N13554A
    List

    $13,940

    *
    Est. Loan: $260/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!
    $401 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Mazda Mazda3 i 4D Hatchback : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -Brand New Tires -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Heated Mirrors -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Alloy Wheels -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Mazda 3 i Touring with Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Keyless Entry/Start, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    33 Combined MPG (30 City/40 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Base in Black
    81,170 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# TH1148A
    List

    $13,350

    *
    Est. Loan: $249/mo
    Good Deal!
    Good Deal!
    $1,765 Below Market

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.4L 4D Sport Utility : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -All-Wheel Drive (AWD) -Brand New Tires -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Heated Mirrors -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Alloy Wheels -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Base with USB Inputs, AWD/4WD, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: all wheel drive
    21 Combined MPG (19 City/25 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2015 Nissan LEAF S in Silver
    68,493 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# N13662AX
    List

    $9,570

    *
    Est. Loan: $179/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2015 Nissan LEAF S 4D Hatchback : -Automatic Transmission -Wheel Alignment Completed -New Wiper Blades -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Heated Mirrors -Leather Steering Wheel -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Automated Climate Control -Heated Front Seats -Heated Rear Seats -Backup Camera -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2015 Nissan LEAF S with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Keyless Entry/Start, Heated seats.
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    114 Combined MPG (126 City/101 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2017 Nissan Sentra S in Gray
    13,212 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    1.3 mi away
    Stock# UN4694X
    List

    $14,720

    *
    Est. Loan: $275/mo
    Fair Deal!
    Fair Deal!

    Nissan Sunnyvale - Sunnyvale / California

    Located 1 miles away from Sunnyvale, CA

    About this 2017 Nissan Sentra S 4D Sedan : -4 Cylinder Engine -Automatic Transmission -One-Owner Vehicle -Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, which includes: 7-Year100,000-mile limited warranty -24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance -Car Rental Reimbursement and Towing Benefits -Vehicle History Report -SiriusXM Satellite Radio 3-Month trial subscription on all Factory Equipped Pre-Owned Vehicles -New Cabin Air Filter -Oil & Filter Changed -Fully Detailed.Features & Options: -Automatic Headlights -Steering Wheel Controls -Cruise Control -Power Windows -Keyless Entry -Security System -Brake Assist -Tire Pressure Monitors -Traction Control -Stability Control.Contact Nissan Sunnyvale today to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive! We are located at 680 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 and our phone number is (888) 789-2460.

    Dealer Review:

    The short version of what started with a Friday (4/19) night inquiry on a No Brainer Price quote is this: Saturday (4/21): unpleasant leery stare-down with Suresh Gursahani as I entered the building with my daughter; he had no social graces and it wasn't until he asked me, "Are you here to buy a car?" that he tried turning on the salesman charm; my Friday inquiry was answered by Omid Ahmad, so I asked for him as Omid had requested, but he was 20 minutes late (probably because nobody paged him) and then he didn't budget when we started to talk shop; I left as he worked on the quote and told him I'd return on Sunday morning Sunday (4/22): true to my word, I returned with a male friend and we were promptly greeted by Seyed Vahid Hashimi; slick salesman and fast talker and oh-so-charming (spoiler alert: zero integrity); Vahid calls David Rubenstein the sales manager when it's time to discuss dollars; David (like Suresh) asks me, "Are you here to buy a car today?" and I reply, "That depends on my experience today" and share the unpleasantness of Suresh the prior day (as well as Sunday again when out with Vahid in the lot); ultimately, David works a deal that I can accept and I get to wait for Howard Robertson, an impatient finance manager who asks me, "Aren't we here to sign paperwork?" when I ask him if now's the time to clarify some questions; not impressed with Howard but I'm almost done with these people, the papers are signed, and David and Vahid together assure me they'll take care of XYZ for me Monday (4/23): I show up to pick up the car as I'd previously informed Vahid on Sunday night and to which he confirmed, but am greeted by a half-assed non-attempt to fulfill the commitment David and Vahid had claimed they would; Vahid claims I'm wrong, he alleges it's a misunderstanding, and he waves his hand and says, "No worries, we'll take care of it" and calls David to clarify; I don't know what game these fine men are playing, but they have no principles or substance; I drive off, Vahid promptly emails a "sorry" and assures me he'll handle it, to which I reply very frankly that I don't know if I'm going to bother with this deal after all Tuesday (4/24): my boyfriend calls Vahid and Vahid lies to my boyfriend about the circumstances of the "misunderstanding" on Monday; I'm livid and think David and Vahid are dishonest men who, even after a deal is made, still try to cheat the consumer; I didn't demand anything on Monday that hadn't been agreed upon and shaken upon on Sunday when sealing the deal; the minimum expectation was for the arrangements to be completed as stated and "promised" Wednesday (4/25): I leave a voicemail for David that I'll be in shortly to discuss the circumstances that prevented me from picking up the car on Monday. At 9:10 a.m., I'm at the dealership and Louis Supan and Keith Bettencourt are the chosen ones to face my F-bomb-laced wrath. Keith, to his credit, does epic damage control but how am I to know he's not in on the facade (and I tell him so)? By 11:00 a.m., my car is dropped off as agreed upon with a bottle of coolant thrown in for the inconvenience-- note that I demanded this because, well, should it really take this long to retrieve a purchase from Sunday? I also have until 4/30 to return the car for a full refund-- again, this is my mandate. Sounds like a resolution has been reached, right? Nope, because... Thursday (4/26): Today, on my 20-mile drive to work, my low tire pressure indicator turns on. The unknown is if the four relatively new tires-- so new that you can see the nubs on the treads and so new that even the lines on the tires are still visible-- are suffering from low tire pressure, or if the TPMS sensor is defective. I call Keith's number, a receptionist answers, he's not in, and neither are David nor Vahid (thank God because I genuinely do not want to deal with them). I remind the receptionist I'm the customer who raised hell yesterday morning, that my indicator light has come on, that I'm concerned because the tires are fairly new, and that I need to speak with Keith. She took my cell phone. Twenty minutes later, I try to start my car because I need to be elsewhere for a meeting-- my car won't recognize R, D, or B gears. It only stays in P or detects N gear. This is a problem. I call the dealership again, tell the lady again that I have a worse update, she transfers me to Peter Ong (sales) who tells me, "Oh you know, this happened to me before, too, it's not mechanical or major, it's just..." I'm not sure I can believe this, my colleague overheard and says this can't be true, we go to the car together in the lot and Keith calls me promptly on my cell to lend support. As of now (11:52 a.m.), I have missed my meeting and my work performance is compromised due to this car issue; and as of now, I am waiting for Castillo and possibly Nick Collins to come with a loaner car, to check my car, and to take my car for servicing. Again, I paid for this car and signed paperwork on Sunday. On Wednesday, when it was delivered, I would imagine a complete inspection and service had been conducted. On Thursday morning, the TPMS indicator warning comes on, and then by Thursday mid-morning, I can't change gears beyond N or P. The check battery indicator light was on, too, and I am mistrustful of the quality and integrity of this dealership.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Nissan Sentra S with USB Inputs, Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (29 City/37 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

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