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BBB has determined that Butler Hyundai meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
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- Length of time business has been operating
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- Response to 6 complaint(s) filed against business
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|Problems with Product/Service||2|
|Total Closed Complaints||6|
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|Total Customer Reviews||1|
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Bureau of Motor Vehicles
100 N. Senate Avenue, Indianapolis IN 46204
Phone Number: (317) 233-6000
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Bob G. Butler, President Mr. Rob A. Butler, Vice-President
Auto Dealers - New Cars Auto Dealers - Used Cars AUTO REPAIR & SERVICE New Car Dealers (NAICS: 441110)
Products & Services
Butler Hyundai sells the following brand(s): BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jeep, Kia, Lexus, Lincoln, Mercedes, Mercury, Nissan, Pontiac, Toyota, Volvo
Butler Hyundai offers the following product(s): New Vehicles, Pre-Owned Vehicles
Method(s) of PaymentCash, Visa, Checks, Mastercard.
Refund and Exchange PolicySee dealer for details, policy is different per department.
Alternate Business NamesButler Automotive Group
This type of company may require licensing. To verify if licensing is required and/or if the company is properly licensed, contact the BBB of Motor Vehicles at 317-233-6000 or visit their website at www.in.gov/bmv.
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4200 E 96th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 848-4200 Directions
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- (317) 251-1441(Phone)
- (317) 254-6557 (Fax)
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|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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Complaint: I purchased a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT from Butler Hyundai and had it delivered to me in South Carolina on 27 May, 2016. The vehicle came with the remainder of the 3 year, 36000 mile manufactures warranty as well as the dealers limited warranty where they agree to pay 100% of the parts and labor for covered systems that fail. Since I took delivery of the vehicle, it has been in the shop for an electrical issue. I took the vehicle to two reputable, Jeep dealerships in my area and they both uncovered an issue with the wiring harness to the Jeeps Uconnect system. The findings showed the wiring was tampered with in a way that would void the manufactures warranty for that issue. I contacted the selling dealer and made them aware of the issue, only to be told that they will not take the word of a dealership from another state and would not honor the warranty. They offered to inspect the vehicle themselves but I would have to ship the vehicle back to them. They sold a vehicle that does not operate as it should and with faulty wiring that affects many of the safety features of the car. I feel that I should not have to pay to send the vehicle back to them as they are liable for breach of the implied warranty of merchantability.
Desired Settlement: Butler Hyundai to honor the warranty and pay the $3,500 it will cost to replace the wiring harness and bring the vehicle back to manufactures standards without any further push back as I have already been without a vehicle for two weeks.
To whom it may concern;
We apologize for Mr ****** issue, and inconveniences.
Mr ***** purchased this vehicle with the remainder of the 3yr/36k manufactures warranty as he stated.
Any mechanical issues outside of what is covered by the manufactures warranty is at the owners expense.
What is/is not covered is at the manufactures discretion, not Butler Hyundai.
We did offer for Mr ***** to bring the vehicle back to us to inspect, and he declined.
At this time we can not pay for repairs that we can not prove whom/or if the harness was tampered with.
Better Business Bureau:
Butler Hyundai sold me the vehicle implying it was in working order and still under manufactures Warrenty. It arrived to me and I immediately had to take it in for repairs that they should have caught if the so called "inspection" they said they did was completed. They wanted me to pay to ship the vehicle back to them to perform an inspection when they should either pay for shipping themselves, or accept the word of one of the three certified Jeep dealerships that have all inspected the vehicle and came to the same conclusion. This all happened within days of me recieving the vehicle and Butler Hyundai does not seem concerned about customer satisfaction. They offer a Warrenty as well on the buyers agreement and they failed to mention that in their response. What is the purpose of the Warrenty if when something goes wrong, there is this type of resistance to the customers complaint? I would advise anyone to steer clear of this dealership. Although dealing with the salesman, Josh B***** was great, it seems the customer service after the fact is horrible! I paid over 50k for this vehicle and you would think they would treat a customer better than this. I retired from the US Airforce after 21 years of service and thought I'd treat myself and get the vehicle I've been wanting for years and this dealership has thoroughly ruined that experience! Bottom line, Butler Hyundai sold me a vehicle that was not in working order and will not honor their warranty and make this right.
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Complaint: On or about April 29, 2015, Butler employee Richard ******** contacted me about a 2006 Volvo S40 (the “Vehicle”) displayed on Butler’s premises. That same day, Mr. ******** made several written representations about the Vehicle to me including that: “[he] drove it,” “[r]uns and stops,” “[e]verything works,” and “brakes are awesome” (the “Written Representations”). On April 30, 2015, in reliance upon the Written Representations, I agreed to test drive the Vehicle with Mr. ********. During the test drive, Mr. ******** made several verbal representations about the Vehicle to me including that: the Vehicle was “fully inspected,” that the Vehicle was in “great shape,” that the Vehicle was owned by a manager at Butler and then used as a “service car” at the dealership; and that the Vehicle “road a bit rough” because it was a small car with European sport suspension (the “Verbal Representations”). In reliance upon the Written Representations and the Verbal Representations (collectively, the “Representations”), I purchased the Vehicle for $9,766.72 (the “Purchase Price”). I discovered that the brake fluid reservoir was completely empty and that there was a serious problem with the brakes and the suspension. I approached Mr. ******** about the problems with the Vehicle on multiple occasions but Mr. ******** proved non-responsive and unhelpful. On July 16, 2015, I spoke with Butler manager RJ **** via telephone. I informed Mr. **** of Mr. ******** Representations and the problems with the Vehicle and requested that Butler repair the Vehicle. During that conversation, Mr. **** acknowledged the falsity of many of the Representations. Specifically, Mr. **** indicated that the Vehicle was owned by a girl in Ohio (not a manager) and that it was never used as a “service car.” Mr. **** acknowledged that Mr. ******** had acted improperly in selling the Vehicle to me by stating that Mr. **** would use the ordeal as a “training experience” for Mr. ********. Although Mr. **** represented that he would contact me to resolve the problems with the Vehicle, Mr. **** never contacted me and failed and refused to respond to my messages. On or about July 24, 2015, after failing to hear from Butler, I took the Vehicle to ******* **** ******* ******* identified problems with the Vehicle’s front and rear brakes, front strut, front strut mounts, rear shocks, front pads, front rotors, rear caliper, front axle, shocks, and alignment. ******* mechanic indicated that these problems were older problems and that they should have been discovered in any inspection of the Vehicle. ******* charged me $2,650.04 to repair the Vehicle (the “Repair Cost”). On August 21, 2015, my counsel transmitted a letter to Butler asking Butler to either (1) accept the return of the car and pay me $12,416.76 (which amount represents the Purchase Price plus the Repair Costs) or (2) pay me $3,500.00 (which amount represents the Repair Costs plus my attorneys’ fees and costs). On September 3, 2015, Butler's counsel responded indicating that Butler would not comply with my demand and falsely asserting that, inter alia, I “had the [Vehicle] a significant period of time” before the problems arose and that I “refused to return [the Vehicle] to the dealership for them to inspect.”
Desired Settlement: I am asking Butler to either (1) accept the return of the car and pay me $12,416.76 (which amount represents the Purchase Price plus the Repair Costs) or (2) pay me $3,500.00 (which amount represents the Repair Costs plus my attorneys’ fees and costs).
I purchased the Vehicle "As-Is," however I was given the following, false representations as to its "AS-IS" condition:
That Butler employee Richard ******** “drove it,” it “[r]uns and stops,” “[e]verything works,” and “brakes are awesome” (the “Written Representations”).
That it was “fully inspected,” that the Vehicle was in “great shape,” that the Vehicle was owned by a manager at Butler and then used as a “service car” at thedealership; and that the Vehicle “road a bit rough” because it was a small car with European sport suspension (the “Verbal Representations”).
These representations turned out to be false and Butler confirmed that fact, as to a few of the representations. Later, Bandy's repairs confirmed that fact as to the rest of the representations. In the end, Butler provided me false information to purchase the Vehicle and enter into the contract, which provides the as-is condition, therefore that condition is not and should not be an impediment to my recovery.
This complaint has been settled between our attorneys.
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Complaint: bought a used Mercedes c300 4matic from Butler Hyundai. All my paper work and all 3 sales consultants convinced me that the car was in fact a 4matic but when I took it to the BMV is wasn't. It was a rear wheel drive. Emailed and called Butler and got no response. Very deceptive and dishonest.
Desired Settlement: Compensation for being lied to.
The GM, Scott S****** talked with Mr. ******.
Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: I purchased my 2011 ford explorer from Butler Kia on 4/3/15. A week and a half later i had to take it to **** ****** Ford in Lafayette, IN for vibration issues. The front and back rotors need replaced. When i contacted Butler regarding this issue they informed me they were fine at inspection. A week and a half of me driving the vehicle would not of caused this. Also, during this time at the shop they found a cover that was missing under the vehilce. I would think this would of been caught during an inspection as well. The hood has rust spots they are not willing to work with me on besideds touch up which is not going to fix the problem. Basically I've been told they can give my employee pricing to fix the things that need repaired but that is all they can do. I am looking at over $1500 in repairs to get the things done to my vehicle that need done. I feel Butler is liable for the rotor repairs definitely and when it hasn't been 30 days they should be working with me.
Desired Settlement: I would like a refund for the money i have put into the vehicle for repairs in addition to them fixing the otehr issues. So far i have resurfaced the front rotors and replaced the cover which was $250.00
Consumer Response: The vehicle was not purchased as is. There was no sticker of this sort on the vehicle. The warranty I have is 12 months or 12000 miles power train.
Better Business Bureau:
|10/19/2014||Problems with Product/Service | Complaint Details Unavailable|
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