Our Reviews


Average User Rating

4.55 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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4
76
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20
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36

Mike Schmitt
Dec 19, 2013
7 years ago

Dec 17, 2013
7 years ago

Art Zawodny
Dec 13, 2013
7 years ago

Dec 13, 2013
7 years ago

Dec 5, 2013
7 years ago

Emma Thomson
Dec 4, 2013
7 years ago

Nov 28, 2013
7 years ago

Bill Mitchell
Nov 23, 2013
7 years ago

Nov 18, 2013
7 years ago

Nov 18, 2013
7 years ago

Nov 11, 2013
7 years ago

Nov 10, 2013
7 years ago

Brandon Anandan
Nov 2, 2013
7 years ago

Sara Baines-Miller
Nov 2, 2013
7 years ago
My coolant light in my VW Rabbit had lit up a few days ago and today I traveled up and down Rt. 8 in search of the specific kind needed for my car. Not a single auto supply store or service station had the correct kind. I finally ended up at Foreign Traffic at the end of my rope. Not only did they have the correct kind, but they topped it off free of charge for me! Service like this doesn't exist any more! Though I am not looking for a new car (I would have been had they not helped me with the coolant!), I highly recommend them for any of your car needs! I certainly will be taking my car there to be serviced from now on!

Yuwan Santhiapillai
Nov 2, 2013
7 years ago

Justin Vecchio
Nov 2, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 26, 2013
7 years ago

Mike Danks
Oct 25, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 24, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 22, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 18, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 14, 2013
7 years ago

Randall Narcisi
Oct 14, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 11, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 11, 2013
7 years ago

Jim Ski Mask Jones
Oct 10, 2013
7 years ago

Oct 4, 2013
7 years ago
BEAUTIFUL CARS BUT THIS IS A VERY SHADY DEALER AN EXPERIENCE YOU WILL NEVER WANT TO ENCOUNTER Read our epic nightmare below: Stopped into this dealer with my partner who was looking to purchase a 2008 BMW 335xi. The car was advertised online for a great price and it was still in warranty. We ended up deciding to buy and started talking about our trade. The business owner made the sales person check the entire trade in vehicle (a 2008 Audi Q7) with a paint meter. All four corners (fenders) were one thickness and everywhere else was another. They insisted that all of the fenders were repainted (on all 4 corners never the less) even though it had never been in an accident. They ultimately left it at "well the car must have been damaged when it was transported and the dealer you bought it from repainted it". Even then they had no qualms about buying it, it just seemed like a ploy to low-ball their trade offer. When we first arrived the sales person told us a price of $31K. When we got to the paperwork it became $32K. We were certain he'd said $31K, I pulled up their website on my Smartphone but it said $32K. I had also seen the ad on Autotrader before we arrived but now it was gone! We battled over this and they finally agreed to honor the $31K price. THIS PRICE GIMMICK WAS FAR WORSE THAN WE SUSPECTED, PLEASE KEEP READING. We finalized the deal after several hours of being at the lot, drove about 5-6 miles and the car literally died and would not start back up. This was totally unexpected as we weren't buying a junker, this was a $30K+ car. Once we got a hold of the business owner I was livid, I probably cursed a handful of times. He was still very eager to help and said he'd arrive shortly. I was very upset between the hassle with the trade, the bait and switch with the price, and now the fact we were now broke down on the side of the road in pouring rain. When he arrived he threaten to "knock me the f*** out" because I swore at him on the phone which he claimed his young daughter heard. Unless his daughter has extraordinary hearing I doubt she could hear the details of that call. The other 2 people with me deescalated the situation with the business owner and we all agreed to just cancel out the deal completely. The absolute topper was once we got back home I opened my laptop up and the ads were still there from earlier. The car was actually listed for $30K and these shadies went on and changed their website once they had interested buyers to reflect a $2K higher price. They also removed their Autotrader ad completely but again I still had the page from earlier showing a $30K price. All I can say to others if this is the experience we got from this place, I can't imagine what else goes on here. I guarantee this was not the first time these 2 jokers went on their website and ads to change the price. The salesperson raised the price $1K to $31K when we first arrived and we didn't notice. It took the second $1K price increase to $32K before we noticed and they had still "got" us for $1K. It's easy to be a victim when your dealing with pro-scammers.

Devin C.
Oct 4, 2013
7 years ago
BEAUTIFUL CARS BUT THIS IS A VERY SHADY DEALER AN EXPERIENCE YOU WILL NEVER WANT TO ENCOUNTER Read our epic nightmare below: Stopped into this dealer with my partner who was looking to purchase a 2008 BMW 335xi. The car was advertised online for a great price and it was still in warranty. We ended up deciding to buy and started talking about our trade. The business owner made the sales person check the entire trade in vehicle (a 2008 Audi Q7) with a paint meter. All four corners (fenders) were one thickness and everywhere else was another. They insisted that all of the fenders were repainted (on all 4 corners never the less) even though it had never been in an accident. They ultimately left it at "well the car must have been damaged when it was transported and the dealer you bought it from repainted it". Even then they had no qualms about buying it, it just seemed like a ploy to low-ball their trade offer. When we first arrived the sales person told us a price of $31K. When we got to the paperwork it became $32K. We were certain he'd said $31K, I pulled up their website on my Smartphone but it said $32K. I had also seen the ad on Autotrader before we arrived but now it was gone! We battled over this and they finally agreed to honor the $31K price. THIS PRICE GIMMICK WAS FAR WORSE THAN WE SUSPECTED, PLEASE KEEP READING. We finalized the deal after several hours of being at the lot, drove about 5-6 miles and the car literally died and would not start back up. This was totally unexpected as we weren't buying a junker, this was a $30K+ car. Once we got a hold of the business owner I was livid, I probably cursed a handful of times. He was still very eager to help and said he'd arrive shortly. I was very upset between the hassle with the trade, the bait and switch with the price, and now the fact we were now broke down on the side of the road in pouring rain. When he arrived he threaten to "knock me the f*** out" because I swore at him on the phone which he claimed his young daughter heard. Unless his daughter has extraordinary hearing I doubt she could hear the details of that call. The other 2 people with me deescalated the situation with the business owner and we all agreed to just cancel out the deal completely. The absolute topper was once we got back home I opened my laptop up and the ads were still there from earlier. The car was actually listed for $30K and these shadies went on and changed their website once they had interested buyers to reflect a $2K higher price. They also removed their Autotrader ad completely but again I still had the page from earlier showing a $30K price. All I can say to others if this is the experience we got from this place, I can't imagine what else goes on here. I guarantee this was not the first time these 2 jokers went on their website and ads to change the price. The salesperson raised the price $1K to $31K when we first arrived and we didn't notice. It took the second $1K price increase to $32K before we noticed and they had still "got" us for $1K. It's easy to be a victim when your dealing with pro-scammers.

Oct 3, 2013
7 years ago

Aug 13, 2013
7 years ago