Run while you can! These people prey on individuals with no credit and in need of in house finance. The amount of a used car averages $4,000 to $5,000. These are vehicles that shocked me! A door handle totally broken on the driver side, the steering wheel function buttons destroyed, the steering wheel itself destroyed. That was the first vehicle.
Next vehicle after looking everywhere and eventually finding in back I go to click the release button for the hood door open, it did not work! The response "Oh I will have to get someone over here to pop it open". I told them to forget it and that they are scamming people. The response "well if we put more money into the vehicles, then we would have to charge more."
Ok then explain why I went to another reputable dealer and I got a car for $5,000 and it had a bad battery, a light that was out, a panel missing in the trunk, and would you believe THEY paid for the repairs and got everything it needed without raising the prices. The key word here is reputable dealer...something that Jumbo is not in my opinion!
I highly suggest that you keep looking if you are in financial need to find another in house finance company that is much more reputable and actually sells quality products. They are out there! This kind of company puts a seriously bad name to a struggling industry designed to help those who are in need of help getting assistance in obtaining a car. Financial struggles can exist, but you can find and deserve a decent car of quality without having to deal with this kind of dealership.
The people at Jumbo seem to be getting cars that should of went to the junkyard, put them on the lot as is, and put a ridiculous price tag on them. The two to three vehicles I saw I would never have even paid $1,000 for, that is how bad these cars are that they are selling to desperate persons. The name if the sales person we dealt with is Jack