2011 Volvo C70 T5 Convertible
- Condition: Used
- Model: C70
- Trim: T5 Convertible
- Body style: Coupe
- Exterior: Celestial Blue Metallic
- Interior: Calcite
- Doors: 2
- Stock: 21516B
- Model number: C70 T5 A CV
- VIN #: YV1672MC6BJ114078
- Mileage: 106698
- Engine: 2.5L Turbocharged I5 Engine
- Fuel: Gas
- Drivetrain: Front Wheel Drive
Sean M.1 year agoThe car I bought was a 2013 Chrysler 200 with 76K miles. Found on Car Gurus. Their price was the best. I didn't even go to see that specific car but when I didn't like the car I was looking at Carlo recommended that one. I drove it and fell in love with it. You have to do your homework when it comes to pricing. That car was very fairly priced so I didn't get nor did I expect a price drop. Their cars are not perfect. They are USED cars. But really people, if you want a perfect car, buy new. A dealer is not going to buy a used car, dump a lot of money into it making it perfect. They would lose all profit. And yes even dealers need to make a profit. They are all not trying to rip you off. They are not trying to sell you a knowingly bad car. It's the buyers responsibility to get the car checked out. I also specifically bought this car because it was a one owner Carfax with all of the maintenance recorded. Ok with all that being saidI test drove 3 cars before deciding on this one. I didn't buy that first night. Of course Carlo tried his hardest. How could you blame him. That's his job. I researched the car, did my homework and when I was ready, came back to make the deal. Carlo was accommodating. Mel the GM, Aaron and Rasheed all very nice. Reading some of the other reviews. Here is some advice. A salesman isn't going to know the history of a car or how "great" it is. He is there to do the leg work and find a car that suits you. Then it's up to you to find out as much about the car as possible. If you don't want to do that, again, then buy brand new. Carlo found me the perfect car at my price point. On my second trip I was there about 3 hours to handle my trade in and the paperwork for my new/used car. Not too bad considering everything that has to be done. I was very happy with the car. They may have made $500 or $5000 on me. Doesn't matter. I got the perfect car for me at a price I was happy with. Again, even car dealers need to make money. They all treated me very well and I recommend them. People who follow me or know my reviews know that I am very thorough and very fair. These guys did right by me in my eyes. Great car, great price and all very courteous.
Erica N.1 year agoBought my dreaaamm subaru from them earlier in the month. I found them to be friendly, transparent, and fair. I've never bought from a dealer before, only private sales- they walked me through the whole thing and there were no surprise fees. I would absolutely recommend them! A big thanks to Ken + Carlos, my first experience with a dealership was a success and I am 100% happy.
Joe A.2 years agoWanting to upgrade my car situation I spent weeks researching models and made a list of dealers with the models I wanted. The first dealer I visited had a sweet-looking Toyota Rav4 but when I popped the hood the engine was filthy and the oil looked like it hadn't been changed in decades. My second stop was Bridge Auto in Berlin, because they had a few Honda Elements and a Lexus RX300 which were both on my list. The first impression is of a very high quality place. The salesroom is modern and spotless, the inventory is all detailed and serviced.I was greeted by Carlo and his sales partner Carlos (yes, Carlo and Carlos), and both were accommodating and helpful, not pushy and very patient, giving me all the time I needed to check out the vehicles. I also had contact with a mechanic and a sales assistant. They were all very nice, and I think it reflects on the owners that they all seemed pretty happy to be working there.I test drove an Element and fell in love with it. Carlos made me a trade offer on my old car that I felt was very fair, and I couldn't be happier. When I started my search I was prepared for an aggravating experience, but Carlo and Carlos were great to deal with and I'd deal with them again in a heartbeat. There were no added fees snuck in at the last minute - they took the time to explain every facet of the transaction upfront so I was totally clear on the exact cost long before I had to sign on the dotted line.Also, the reason they were one of the first places I visited was due to their very competitive pricing. If you're looking for a used car or to trade your old one, check them out.NOTE: If you're buying a Jersey car you should ALWAYS check for rust, especially in areas you can't normally see. Bridge has a hydraulic lift in their shop which means you can ask to have the car lifted for a good look underneath. If they're working on a car at the time simply reschedule a time to come back.