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Bergstrom Enterprise Motorcars
3002 Victory Lane
Appleton, WI 54913
(920) 749-2020
Bergstrom Enterprise Motorcars Reviews

BMW of Milwaukee North
5990 N Green Bay Ave
Milwuakee, WI 53209
(888) 471-7606
BMW of Milwaukee North Reviews

International BMW
2400 South 108th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53224
(877) 819-6869
International BMW Reviews

Zimbrick BMW
2400 Rimrock Rd
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 443-3900
Zimbrick BMW Reviews

Latest Wisconsin BMW Dealer Reviews

International BMW - Milwaukee, WI

On 4/24/2016 1:15:28 AM mgramblicka@yahoo.com wrote:
Arrogant. Very poor customer service. I know my opinion is not uncommon, just look at their on line reviews or talk to past customers and chances are you will hear negative feedback. I've bought many new cars at this point in my life and from several dealers from here to Chicago and can honestly say this dealer is the most disappointing of any in the past 24 years I've been buying cars. All they care about is getting your money and then you will be treated as if you should be thanking them for allowing you to buy a car from them. I will spare you ranting on and on with numerous examples but will finish by saying, "take a hint with all of the bad reviews and buy from Umansky motors or somewhere else".

Absolutely terrible!

BMW of Milwaukee North - Milwuakee, WI

On 3/13/2016 2:46:56 PM flagyl2@gmail.com wrote:
This dealership is TERRIBLE. They had a great BMW 435i for sale. I called about the car and thought I had a verbal agreement with them (I don't live in WI).

They called the bank (Jim Quinlevin and another person named Kyle). The bank only issues checks via the mail. They only accept wire transfers. Ok...it's an administrative mixup that I am sure could have been straightened out and even if it can't, we could just walk away from the deal with no harm done.

At the start of the process they asked for a nominal deposit (I believe it was for $100, maybe $250; I can't recall). I gave them $1,000 as a gesture of good faith and to have them hold the car for me until the end of the month (again, I live on the West Coast).

Well, while Kyle was supposedly (I say "supposedly" because he kept asking for the number to the bank which he had been given at least three times), he tries to get me to finance through him instead of my credit union, which had much better terms. When he saw that I didn't want to go through him, the tone changed and they became hard to reach and when we could reach them, they were terse.

The final straw was when I was driving to work and Jim called saying that he didn't approve of the way I do business (what did I do? I have no control over the bank and I will not be bullied into getting a loan from a lender that I don't want to work with) and hung up. I later got an email from Kyle, stating much the same and that they were putting the car back on the market, even though the agreed upon time to keep the car off the market had not elapsed yet. I demanded my money back-radio silence.

It was only $1000, but because of principle, I was not going to let them get away with it. I called a former colleague I worked with in WI and asked him to give me the name of a good lawyer. He said he would. I then told him...on a whim-"Never do business with Concours Motors". I'm so glad I did. It turns out that he leases a new car from them every three years. He called the GM and got my money back