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CHICAGO CAR CONNECTIONS has used cars for sale. There business is listed here as buy here pay here dealership program in Chicago Park. CHICAGO CAR CONNECTIONS are located at 6520 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60636, USA. Get reviews, hours, directions, coupons and more for CHICAGO CAR CONNECTIONS at buyherepayhereme.com.

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Nina Lay
Nina Lay
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I love my Dodge Durango!!!!!! Great staff they always make me feel like family!!!!!

Robert Allison
Robert Allison
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Great people.The staff is so friendly and I love my car!!!!!

Sean Sun
Sean Sun
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Came in wanting to buy a used car, was met with a friendly face eager to help, but I later discovered that the face was masking a devil's grin. I was led to the car with no hesitation and got to test drive it. After inspection, I addressed my concerns to Steve and he assured me that they would fix everything before I drive off and dismissed the concerns (tire pressure light that was present, stains indicating leakages, etc). The sun roof was dysfunctional and I noticed a hole in it but the staff assured me that it would not leak or cause problems. I was assured many times that the car was fully able to drive with functional tires, a good engine, and solid foundation. I decided to purchase the car and they "fixed" it up for me before I left. Later on when I drove it out, I noticed the check engine light and the tire pressure light both on. As I was coming home, I made a quick stop and when I tried to start the car back up it would not start. I ended up being stranded in the snow and had to get it towed back. The engine turned over miraculously after I arrived home so I planned on taking it in the next morning to get it looked at. The next morning arrived and the back left tire went completely flat. I swapped out the tire to the spare and noticed the spare was also in poor shape and flat. So the car is unable to be driven between the faulty engine and the flat tires, and on top of that I noticed that the roof did indeed leak after the snow. So the mendacious staff blatantly lied about these problems and when I contacted them after about it, I asked to have someone sent to come look at the car as it is not drivable, but they were too apathetic to send any help and continuously disregarded my requests, asking me to try and fix things myself by getting new tires or towing it myself and ultimately to try calling them again the next day they open. In essence, the good people of Chicago Car Connections knowingly sold me a FAULTY car and would not answer my requests for any help to try and get the car to at least drive out of my parking spot. Not to mention months later, I still have not received my title despite continuously calling and being shrugged off. Now I also have a late registration fee to deal with for the car. Dishonest business - AVOID AND DO NOT TRUST

Lenell Caldwell
Lenell Caldwell
User Rating

Great service!!!!! Amy and Steve are amazing!!! I love my new Passat!!!! Thanks !!!

Summer Clayton
Summer Clayton
User Rating

02/08/2019 (Scroll to the bottom for my Bottom Line on this company) This is my honest review of Chicago Car Connections. I am not a competing dealership, or writing this review for financial gain. Email me with questions. Claytonsummer10 at yahoo dot com (it has to be entered this way) I started contact with Chicago Car Connections, (C.C.C.) within the last two weeks. I informed them that I was interested in one of the vehicles on their lot, a Black Chrysler 300C with a 5.7 litre engine and All-Wheel-Drive capabilities. On first communication one of the employees informed me that I would not be able to take the car off of the lot to have it inspected even-though I was paying for the expense. So i let the car go and moved on to contact other dealerships within the U.S. I eventually came full circle back to this dealership to try to purchase the car again and asked if the vehicle could be taken off of the lot to be inspected by a mechanic. At first I was corralled into specific shops at the dealerships bias, but with some prodding was able to choose my own shop, a third party. ***Before I began looking for a dealership the General Manager (GM) and I agreed on a specific purchase price for the vehicle.*** C.C.C. claims to have been in business for around 40 years. I only caught glimpses of that job experience during the next portions of this review. After I paid the inspection, bought a bus ticket and purchased a car history report (expenses amounting to $200), I am informed by the secretary, Suzie (excuse any misspellings) that the GM had raised the price of the vehicle around $500. From this point on any communications that I had with the GM was relayed to me through the secretary and through the vice president of sales, Andre. Throughout the conversation I knew that I had to speak diligently and carefully to relay to the VP of sales and additional eavesdropping staff that the original agreed upon deal was a "verbal agreement", that I did not "misunderstand" the GM, and that I was crystal clear of what i understood of the deal. I eventually agreed to this new price, but it was still far enough away from and out of my range for me to intelligently make this choice. CCC initially made it clear that they be would violating a "code of ethics" by paying me for the losses that I would sustain as a result of them raising the price on an already agreed upon sale and me not being able to purchase the vehicle as a result. (Those losses being around $200 for transportation, inspection etc). CCC told me that it would open the company up to have to pay out for other potential wrongdoings. Now, with the exception of especially frivolous or false claims, I believe that to win the trust and the business of the public, you need to be able to work with the public. When a customer has losses due to a situation like this they should not be interrogated in the fashion that I was. Most importantly, if a purchase price is agreed upon, that price should be final. As i talked on the phone with the VP of sales, Andre, I could hear the GM and secretary in the background quarreling over how much money they were losing on the sale, disagreeing with the VP over negotiations, etc. ***Here is my bottom line: Would I buy from Chicago Car Connections or recommend others to purchase from them? No. From my experience, when it came down to needing to be treated like a customer, I was not. I was interrogated, mislead on pricing, and corralled into specific options. And when this was not the case, organization and communication was shoddy at best. I know that I am in the hole $200, I'm ok with that. 40 years, and a three star rating? Go somewhere a little more reputable. Chicago Car Connections has a little more work to do. P.S. I'm sure that someone from CCC will reach out to this review. Send me an email if you need more elaboration on my experience. I will even help you to find a more reputable dealer and a lower price on the same make and model of the vehicle you're searching for. My email is at the beginning of this post.

Nina Lay
Nina Lay
User Rating

I love my Dodge Durango!!!!!! Great staff they always make me feel like family!!!!!

Robert Allison
Robert Allison
User Rating

Great people.The staff is so friendly and I love my car!!!!!

Sean Sun
Sean Sun
User Rating

Came in wanting to buy a used car, was met with a friendly face eager to help, but I later discovered that the face was masking a devil's grin. I was led to the car with no hesitation and got to test drive it. After inspection, I addressed my concerns to Steve and he assured me that they would fix everything before I drive off and dismissed the concerns (tire pressure light that was present, stains indicating leakages, etc). The sun roof was dysfunctional and I noticed a hole in it but the staff assured me that it would not leak or cause problems. I was assured many times that the car was fully able to drive with functional tires, a good engine, and solid foundation. I decided to purchase the car and they "fixed" it up for me before I left. Later on when I drove it out, I noticed the check engine light and the tire pressure light both on. As I was coming home, I made a quick stop and when I tried to start the car back up it would not start. I ended up being stranded in the snow and had to get it towed back. The engine turned over miraculously after I arrived home so I planned on taking it in the next morning to get it looked at. The next morning arrived and the back left tire went completely flat. I swapped out the tire to the spare and noticed the spare was also in poor shape and flat. So the car is unable to be driven between the faulty engine and the flat tires, and on top of that I noticed that the roof did indeed leak after the snow. So the mendacious staff blatantly lied about these problems and when I contacted them after about it, I asked to have someone sent to come look at the car as it is not drivable, but they were too apathetic to send any help and continuously disregarded my requests, asking me to try and fix things myself by getting new tires or towing it myself and ultimately to try calling them again the next day they open. In essence, the good people of Chicago Car Connections knowingly sold me a FAULTY car and would not answer my requests for any help to try and get the car to at least drive out of my parking spot. Not to mention months later, I still have not received my title despite continuously calling and being shrugged off. Now I also have a late registration fee to deal with for the car. Dishonest business - AVOID AND DO NOT TRUST

Lenell Caldwell
Lenell Caldwell
User Rating

Great service!!!!! Amy and Steve are amazing!!! I love my new Passat!!!! Thanks !!!

Summer Clayton
Summer Clayton
User Rating

02/08/2019 (Scroll to the bottom for my Bottom Line on this company) This is my honest review of Chicago Car Connections. I am not a competing dealership, or writing this review for financial gain. Email me with questions. Claytonsummer10 at yahoo dot com (it has to be entered this way) I started contact with Chicago Car Connections, (C.C.C.) within the last two weeks. I informed them that I was interested in one of the vehicles on their lot, a Black Chrysler 300C with a 5.7 litre engine and All-Wheel-Drive capabilities. On first communication one of the employees informed me that I would not be able to take the car off of the lot to have it inspected even-though I was paying for the expense. So i let the car go and moved on to contact other dealerships within the U.S. I eventually came full circle back to this dealership to try to purchase the car again and asked if the vehicle could be taken off of the lot to be inspected by a mechanic. At first I was corralled into specific shops at the dealerships bias, but with some prodding was able to choose my own shop, a third party. ***Before I began looking for a dealership the General Manager (GM) and I agreed on a specific purchase price for the vehicle.*** C.C.C. claims to have been in business for around 40 years. I only caught glimpses of that job experience during the next portions of this review. After I paid the inspection, bought a bus ticket and purchased a car history report (expenses amounting to $200), I am informed by the secretary, Suzie (excuse any misspellings) that the GM had raised the price of the vehicle around $500. From this point on any communications that I had with the GM was relayed to me through the secretary and through the vice president of sales, Andre. Throughout the conversation I knew that I had to speak diligently and carefully to relay to the VP of sales and additional eavesdropping staff that the original agreed upon deal was a "verbal agreement", that I did not "misunderstand" the GM, and that I was crystal clear of what i understood of the deal. I eventually agreed to this new price, but it was still far enough away from and out of my range for me to intelligently make this choice. CCC initially made it clear that they be would violating a "code of ethics" by paying me for the losses that I would sustain as a result of them raising the price on an already agreed upon sale and me not being able to purchase the vehicle as a result. (Those losses being around $200 for transportation, inspection etc). CCC told me that it would open the company up to have to pay out for other potential wrongdoings. Now, with the exception of especially frivolous or false claims, I believe that to win the trust and the business of the public, you need to be able to work with the public. When a customer has losses due to a situation like this they should not be interrogated in the fashion that I was. Most importantly, if a purchase price is agreed upon, that price should be final. As i talked on the phone with the VP of sales, Andre, I could hear the GM and secretary in the background quarreling over how much money they were losing on the sale, disagreeing with the VP over negotiations, etc. ***Here is my bottom line: Would I buy from Chicago Car Connections or recommend others to purchase from them? No. From my experience, when it came down to needing to be treated like a customer, I was not. I was interrogated, mislead on pricing, and corralled into specific options. And when this was not the case, organization and communication was shoddy at best. I know that I am in the hole $200, I'm ok with that. 40 years, and a three star rating? Go somewhere a little more reputable. Chicago Car Connections has a little more work to do. P.S. I'm sure that someone from CCC will reach out to this review. Send me an email if you need more elaboration on my experience. I will even help you to find a more reputable dealer and a lower price on the same make and model of the vehicle you're searching for. My email is at the beginning of this post.

Nina Lay
Nina Lay
User Rating

I love my Dodge Durango!!!!!! Great staff they always make me feel like family!!!!!

Robert Allison
Robert Allison
User Rating

Great people.The staff is so friendly and I love my car!!!!!

Sean Sun
Sean Sun
User Rating

Came in wanting to buy a used car, was met with a friendly face eager to help, but I later discovered that the face was masking a devil's grin. I was led to the car with no hesitation and got to test drive it. After inspection, I addressed my concerns to Steve and he assured me that they would fix everything before I drive off and dismissed the concerns (tire pressure light that was present, stains indicating leakages, etc). The sun roof was dysfunctional and I noticed a hole in it but the staff assured me that it would not leak or cause problems. I was assured many times that the car was fully able to drive with functional tires, a good engine, and solid foundation. I decided to purchase the car and they "fixed" it up for me before I left. Later on when I drove it out, I noticed the check engine light and the tire pressure light both on. As I was coming home, I made a quick stop and when I tried to start the car back up it would not start. I ended up being stranded in the snow and had to get it towed back. The engine turned over miraculously after I arrived home so I planned on taking it in the next morning to get it looked at. The next morning arrived and the back left tire went completely flat. I swapped out the tire to the spare and noticed the spare was also in poor shape and flat. So the car is unable to be driven between the faulty engine and the flat tires, and on top of that I noticed that the roof did indeed leak after the snow. So the mendacious staff blatantly lied about these problems and when I contacted them after about it, I asked to have someone sent to come look at the car as it is not drivable, but they were too apathetic to send any help and continuously disregarded my requests, asking me to try and fix things myself by getting new tires or towing it myself and ultimately to try calling them again the next day they open. In essence, the good people of Chicago Car Connections knowingly sold me a FAULTY car and would not answer my requests for any help to try and get the car to at least drive out of my parking spot. Not to mention months later, I still have not received my title despite continuously calling and being shrugged off. Now I also have a late registration fee to deal with for the car. Dishonest business - AVOID AND DO NOT TRUST

Lenell Caldwell
Lenell Caldwell
User Rating

Great service!!!!! Amy and Steve are amazing!!! I love my new Passat!!!! Thanks !!!

Summer Clayton
Summer Clayton
User Rating

02/08/2019 (Scroll to the bottom for my Bottom Line on this company) This is my honest review of Chicago Car Connections. I am not a competing dealership, or writing this review for financial gain. Email me with questions. Claytonsummer10 at yahoo dot com (it has to be entered this way) I started contact with Chicago Car Connections, (C.C.C.) within the last two weeks. I informed them that I was interested in one of the vehicles on their lot, a Black Chrysler 300C with a 5.7 litre engine and All-Wheel-Drive capabilities. On first communication one of the employees informed me that I would not be able to take the car off of the lot to have it inspected even-though I was paying for the expense. So i let the car go and moved on to contact other dealerships within the U.S. I eventually came full circle back to this dealership to try to purchase the car again and asked if the vehicle could be taken off of the lot to be inspected by a mechanic. At first I was corralled into specific shops at the dealerships bias, but with some prodding was able to choose my own shop, a third party. ***Before I began looking for a dealership the General Manager (GM) and I agreed on a specific purchase price for the vehicle.*** C.C.C. claims to have been in business for around 40 years. I only caught glimpses of that job experience during the next portions of this review. After I paid the inspection, bought a bus ticket and purchased a car history report (expenses amounting to $200), I am informed by the secretary, Suzie (excuse any misspellings) that the GM had raised the price of the vehicle around $500. From this point on any communications that I had with the GM was relayed to me through the secretary and through the vice president of sales, Andre. Throughout the conversation I knew that I had to speak diligently and carefully to relay to the VP of sales and additional eavesdropping staff that the original agreed upon deal was a "verbal agreement", that I did not "misunderstand" the GM, and that I was crystal clear of what i understood of the deal. I eventually agreed to this new price, but it was still far enough away from and out of my range for me to intelligently make this choice. CCC initially made it clear that they be would violating a "code of ethics" by paying me for the losses that I would sustain as a result of them raising the price on an already agreed upon sale and me not being able to purchase the vehicle as a result. (Those losses being around $200 for transportation, inspection etc). CCC told me that it would open the company up to have to pay out for other potential wrongdoings. Now, with the exception of especially frivolous or false claims, I believe that to win the trust and the business of the public, you need to be able to work with the public. When a customer has losses due to a situation like this they should not be interrogated in the fashion that I was. Most importantly, if a purchase price is agreed upon, that price should be final. As i talked on the phone with the VP of sales, Andre, I could hear the GM and secretary in the background quarreling over how much money they were losing on the sale, disagreeing with the VP over negotiations, etc. ***Here is my bottom line: Would I buy from Chicago Car Connections or recommend others to purchase from them? No. From my experience, when it came down to needing to be treated like a customer, I was not. I was interrogated, mislead on pricing, and corralled into specific options. And when this was not the case, organization and communication was shoddy at best. I know that I am in the hole $200, I'm ok with that. 40 years, and a three star rating? Go somewhere a little more reputable. Chicago Car Connections has a little more work to do. P.S. I'm sure that someone from CCC will reach out to this review. Send me an email if you need more elaboration on my experience. I will even help you to find a more reputable dealer and a lower price on the same make and model of the vehicle you're searching for. My email is at the beginning of this post.

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