I currently have one at the VPC and awaiting shipment to me. It's showing 'In Process' now, so I'm guessing that I'll likely have it beginning of July. Nice build at a decent price point.I own 2 Metris and want another new passenger work Metris.
Really a chore to get basic pricing
Where in South Florida do you live? There aren't too many Metris around here. I've only seen 2 so far. I live in Tamarac but found the best deal in California. I had the car shipped by car hauler for $1,300I bought the same type of Metris back in January for $24,500 from a huge off lease place down in Florida. So far we've been very happy with the van.
I know about them. They buy the Metris vans from rental companies when they reach their mileage limit. My co-worker bought a car from them with a clear carfax. Later he found out that the car had frame damage. Uber contacted him and said he could not work anymore due to his vehicle have frame damage. Seem like the car fax was pulled 2 weeks before the crash apparently.We were down in Florida for a vacation in Boca, we live in MD. It seemed worth it to buy the van on the first day of our stay so we didn't need to rent a van for two weeks for our family of 7 and then we drove it up. The company was called Off Lease Only (I believe they have several locations in SFL). It was really the most unusual car buying experience I've ever had. The company seems to be based on high rate turn over with very a low mark up on low mileage cars.
No frills and everything is done electronically. We paid cash (no financing) and the deal went through very quickly and without a lot of hassle. Absolutely no BS manager stuff, just a straight deal with their internet sales group. Car was well honestly represented with all the imperfections well documented(just a small scratch on the back bumper) and was otherwise in excellent condition. The only issue we had with our purchase was that it was advertised with having two keys and it only had one. When I brought this up they discounted the purchase price for the $500 it would cost to buy an extra key.
Good luck with your search.
Just went to their web site and it looks like they have a couple in stock now and they are even at a better price than I bought mine! I have no affiliation with this car dealership, just one happy customer.
No problem. My experience was they were just getting them out the door. Nothing stays on the lot more then a week or two. The internet sales guy I dealt with was very responsive and took lots of pictures of anything I asked him to, but I still went over the car myself when I got down there pretty thoroughly.Thanks Orb, seems like real good prices. Very few used ones up here in the NW. Now if only I felt more comfortable spending $25K on a used van that I haven't seen or driven. Too bad they don't have a more detailed options list. Has anyone talked to them in person and are they knowledgeable or are they just getting them out the door?