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2013 Hyundai Elantra Coupe GS FWD Used Cars in Fairfield, OH 45014

Fair Deal
$381 BELOW
CarGurus IMV of $9,368

Price: $8,987

Mileage: 67,908

Location: Fairfield, OH 45014

Average time on market: 27 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic Overdrive Color: Gray Description: Used 2013 Hyundai Elantra Coupe GS FWD for sale - $8,987, 67,908 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (48 reviews) "Never got off the ground with this dealership because they kept providing me information for a different car."

2013 Hyundai Elantra Coupe GS FWD Used Cars in Cincinnati, OH 45249

Fair Deal
CarGurus IMV of $9,921

Price: $9,949

Mileage: 55,502

Location: Cincinnati, OH 45249

Average time on market: 27 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic Overdrive Color: Monaco White Description: Used 2013 Hyundai Elantra Coupe GS FWD for sale - $9,949, 55,502 miles with Bluetooth, Alloy Wheels
Avg. Dealer Rating: (18 reviews) "Overall good experience. Open to price negotiation which was fair to the both of us."

2014 Hyundai Elantra Coupe FWD Used Cars in Cincinnati, OH 45238

Price: Negotiable

Mileage: 21,864

Location: Cincinnati, OH 45238

Average time on market: 36 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic Overdrive Color: Titanium Gray Metallic Description: Used 2014 Hyundai Elantra Coupe FWD for sale , 21,864 miles with Bluetooth, Leather Seats, Aluminum Wheels
Avg. Dealer Rating: (34 reviews) "Were the salesmen racist or misogynistic? I am writing this review to make sure that no one is treated at this dealership like this again whether it's because of their gender, color of their skin, or both. I had an appointment with Ryan Roberts. We had emailed and spoken on the phone. I had visited 10 other dealerships by this point and literally even had insurance on a new CX-5. I made this clear before and during the appointment. I showed up at exactly 4:30pm. I went inside, asked for Ryan Roberts. He came to me with the keys and asked if I could go on a test drive alone since he was with another customer. I preferred this anyway so I said yes. Ten minutes later before 4:45pm, I was back and he told me that he was done with the other customer. We chatted for 2 minutes about the car, the fact that I had already gotten car insurance and would be getting a CX-5 at either JSMW or Jeff Wyler and while I preferred a color that they had, it came down to cost as to which dealer I would be going with. He said he would be back, left, and promptly returned​ asking if I had a trade-in. I said yes and gave him my car keys. 30 minutes later, I had not seen Ryan at all. Another salesman came over and said he wanted to talk numbers. He asked what the bottom line was and I told him. This interaction also took about 2 minutes. He said he would be back soon and disappeared. Later, he showed up for five seconds saying that they were still working on numbers. At 6pm, I hadn’t talked to a salesman in quite some time. I stood up, grabbed my bag, and headed for the exit. Another salesman immediately came out and told me that he was the manager. We sat down and he proceeded to tell me that they were really really hoping to sell the 2017 CX-5. He then told me that my number was too low and he could only go with the internet number so I should go to the other dealer and accept their offer. No negotiation just yeah, go to the other dealer and buy the car there. I was so stunned at the entire situation. I had spoken to 3 different salesmen totaling 6 minutes of face-time while sitting and waiting for 75 minutes. I said thanks and headed to the door to leave only to realize that they hadn’t returned my car keys. I finally saw Ryan Roberts again, for the first time since 4:45pm, and asked him for my keys back. He grabbed them and ​didn’t say thank you or good​bye. Instead he had the weirdest smirk on his face. He handed me the keys and I left speechless. I have never played the race card with a shopping experience. I have been followed around in a store before but I have never been deliberately, clearly treated like scum. But in May 2018, the way that those three men treated me clearly pointed to racism and misogyny. How else can you explain the way that I was treated versus the other customers around me that were clearly being treated appropriately? Yes, I was watching and listening around me because about 15 minutes into this experience, there was something clearly off and negative about how I was being treated. I can’t put my finger on whether they treated me this way because I’m a woman, a person of color, or a woman of color. Maybe all three? I was calm, never raised my voice, waited patiently, ​and I was circled through three salesmen who didn’t even have the courtesy to sit with me longer than 6 minutes in the 75 minutes that I was sitting in the dealership. The fact that I even feel the need to say that I was calm and never raised my voice is ridiculous to me. I did nothing today to deserve the treatment that I received at this Mazda dealership. I called the dealership twice after I left, asking for Ryan Roberts and if he could call me back before the end of the night with the names of the two other men and that this was urgent. He never called me back. The final sting to an absolutely horrible experience. Jake Sweeney Mazda West, you have a lot of work you need to do with your salesmen. I will never be back and I will most certainly never recommend your dealership to anyone I know."
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