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Offline ACP

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Hi guys, has anyone had any experience (good or bad) in dealing with Jemson Motors in Sydney?

A friend from Brisbane is interested in a car they have but I haven't hear of them so thought I'd ask.

http://www.jemsonmotors.com.au/

Thanks.




Offline Michael458


  • Joined: Mar 2013

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  • Location: Sydney
Hi guys, has anyone had any experience (good or bad) in dealing with Jemson Motors in Sydney?

A friend from Brisbane is interested in a car they have but I haven't hear of them so thought I'd ask.

http://www.jemsonmotors.com.au/

Thanks

Hi jemsonmotors motors are great to deal with real down to earth guys they have moved to a huge undercover warehouse in kingsgrove and they are by Farr the cheapest in the country
They get their cars from new car dealerships and they turnover lots of cars quickly have got 3 cars off them so far
Highly recommended



Offline anotherforumuser

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Offline Wattens

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Hi jemsonmotors motors are great to deal with real down to earth guys they have moved to a huge undercover warehouse in kingsgrove and they are by Farr the cheapest in the country
They get their cars from new car dealerships and they turnover lots of cars quickly have got 3 cars off them so far
Highly recommended

At least they tried to pretend it was a real customer review  :doh: :doh: :doh: :doh:
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline anotherforumuser

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At least they tried to pretend it was a real customer review  :doh: :doh: :doh: :doh:

First post ever and he finds a 3 week old post to comment on. I'm on here daily and never saw the original post, yet he found it.... probably while googling his business name.  :doh:



Offline Fil-Ski


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First post ever and he finds a 3 week old post to comment on. I'm on here daily and never saw the original post, yet he found it.... probably while googling his business name.  :doh:

Prices look like any other dealer.



Offline racecomp

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  • Location: Adelaide
  • Name: Steve
Hi guys, has anyone had any experience (good or bad) in dealing with Jemson Motors in Sydney?

A friend from Brisbane is interested in a car they have but I haven't hear of them so thought I'd ask.

http://www.jemsonmotors.com.au/

Thanks.

CALL PRIOR AS WHOLESALE CARS COME AND GO DAILY  see if they will do the $109K 360 for the wholesale price $85K pommy car with no SD2 report?



Offline 986986


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Suggest you speak to your friendly finance company and get their opinion .....



Offline racecomp

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Suggest you speak to your friendly finance company and get their opinion .....

No such thing, what for anway?



Offline Wattens

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Why do people try to get wholesale prices from dealers?   Not having a go at anyone in particular but pretty often people on this forum (including my self sometimes) quote wholesale price as the price of what a car is worth. Which when i'm thinking about it logically, is completely wrong.


If you are a dealer fine, but dealers have to honour warranty, maintain a showroom, pay staff, make a profit etc...
How can a dealer stay in business if people expect to buy as a retailer with wholesaler rules????

Wholesale price is not relevant to the general consumer, nor should it be.   

A rough import early model 360 may be only worth $85k as wholesale, but that is NOT what the car is worth to the end consumer (almost all of us on the forum)...

I'm the first to have a winge about a dealer making a seemingly large markup when they sell one of my cars, but really in the end as a business man I can understand a lot of their commision goes into overheads and other expenses that may come afterwards.

Just thinking out loud.

You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



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