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Coop's Cars is one of the leading Used Car Dealer in Piqua, Ohio. Find Address, Contact Number, Reviews & Ratings, Photos, Maps of Coop's Cars, Piqua, Ohio. Coop's Cars is located at 902 S Main St, Piqua, OH 45356, United States. You can contact them at contact number and using contact form given below.

Coop's Cars Work Hours

Monday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday: Closed


902 S Main St, Piqua, OH 45356, United States

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    • Loving Truth
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Very kind, honest employees that go above and beyond their job duties to assist you. They sold me an extremely reliable vehicle at a very reasonable price.

      Trisha Elder ?

    • Brandi kohlhorst
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Bought an SUV from them and 3 months later I’m walking everywhere and looking for a new car, have had nothing but problems shortly after buying it. The best part was the fact that the owner of the lot had been using the SUV and was smoking in it, after 3 months I still can’t get the smell out. When I went to take a test drive the gas gauge didn’t work and the digital display said 4 miles to empty, couldn’t even get them to put gas in it to take it for a proper rest drive (I should have ran then). I do not recommend

    • Brittany Ramey
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Just bought an suv from them a few days ago, they were very nice and prices are fair. Only thing wrong with the vehicle so far is wheel bearings but said they’re gonna fix those wen they come in so just waiting on tht and the title. My bf needs a little gas saver car and I suggested to go talk to them 1st.

    • Elizabeth Mcnutt
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Was sold a car for 3100 but they failed to mention that the car needed work. Not even 24 hours later , We have had to buy new brakes and roters all the way around along with brand new transmission lines. When test driving the vehicle the only thing they said was that the brakes would make noise only because it was sitting.not very pleased with their service considering I’ve dropped over 2000 just to fix the car when we thought we bout a car that had no problems. When trying to contact the seller the guy at the shop gave us a phone number that wasn’t even a phone number. We have still yet to get ahold of them and still waiting on the title.

    • Jeff M
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Unfortunately my son learned his first valuable lesson on how some businesses are not on the up-and-up. After purchasing a car for $1500.00 and not being alerted to any issues regarding the car he soon discovered that his nightmare was about to start. Not even a week after driving off the lot he had to purchase a new battery and just to be safe had a oil change completed. Approximately two weeks later after losing power while driving was alerted that he would have to invest yet another $700 to fix the issues with it retaining water/coolant, etc. If this wasn’t enough, for some reasons unknown it took an entire month for him to receive the title. After communicating with Coop’s we were insured that hopefully something could be resolved but as I suspected when we left nothing was ever accomplished. Needless to say the whole transaction left me disgruntled and now my son has to wonder when the next issue will occur leaving him without transportation. I hoped that this was an isolated event but after further investigation saw that another customer had the same exact experience. So….. in a nutshell. I would not recommend purchasing a vehicle here unless you have a bank account which can be accessed for who knows how many additional repairs you may need to keep a car running. This is an update since the last posting…. well here it is May 4th (purchase date of car was Feb. 14th) and my son no longer has any issues with the car….. because…. it finally stopped running and the mechanic stated its not worth fixing. He quoted my son that it would cost a mere $1000 just to get it running again so they could troubleshoot the rest of the hidden issues that they would most likely find. Thanks again to Coop’s for all of the valuable help they provided in NOT DOING ANYTHING to help out a first time car buyer get a break. Original purchase price $1500, Initial Repair Costs $700 and recent quote of $1000+ to get running = Huge Disappointing Loss in $$ and life lesson for my son on trusting others.

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