Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Ferrari Life Posts: 14
CNC motors-good or bad?
Guys, stay away from that shop. I had the worst experience dealing with them. They had a great inventory and move a lot of cars, but will treat you completely unprofessionally. I bought my 360 from them, and when I bought it, everyone was quick to call me back and deal with me. I was looking to upgrade my 360 to a 430 and was promised that they would take the car, and therefore, I tried to secure another one. Every day when I called the shop, they said they were going to call me back and never did. I called several times each day and got nothing but the run around. I kept calling and calling for 7 days straight just to be told every single time that I was going to get a call back, and never have. To me, this is the most unprofessional thing you can do to a client that spends that kind of money at your shop. The reason I'm posting this thread is to find out if anyone else has had a similar experience or this is just an isolated instance. Also, a lot of people have asked me in the last week if they should go to that shop to look at cars since I'm currently dealing with them and what My opinion was, and I'll gladly spare somebody the headache of dealing with those guys over there. I absolutely DO NOT recommed CNC Motors. In my opinion, and it is just my opinion, they are unprofessional, they don't call you back when they say they will, they do not treat you with respect, and worst of all, give you the runaround-- which I can't stand when spending $100,000 on a car.
Last edited by John Roberts; 01-30-2013 at 07:54 PM.