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Haker Auto Sales is one of the leading Used Car Dealer in Catonsville, Maryland. Find Address, Contact Number, Reviews & Ratings, Photos, Maps of Haker Auto Sales, Catonsville, Maryland. Haker Auto Sales is located at 5820 Washington Blvd # A, Elkridge, MD 21075, United States. You can contact them at contact number and using contact form given below.

Haker Auto Sales Work Hours

Monday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Sunday: Closed

Location

5820 Washington Blvd # A, Elkridge, MD 21075, United States

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    • Zachary Hunter
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Great people to deal with. Very helpful and considerate odd individual situations and just overall a great experience

    • John Philyaw
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      George easy to work with had couple concerns he took care of. I would recommend Haker Auto Sales.

    • Chris Walker
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Normally I don’t rate or anything… but this has been weighing heavily on my mind for a few months now. Would give 0 stars if possible. Bought a MINI from there. Prior to purchasing, I asked about everything mechanical and was assured the timing chain was replaced. Less than 1,100 mostly highway miles later, the timing chain goes and the engine is shot. Nearly $7000 down the drain, and I’ve driven the rental car more than the one I purchased from them! I gave them the benefit of the doubt and got burned for it.

      When my engine went up, it was obvious that the valve cover had been opened before. Spark plugs were almost non-existent and it’s a miracle this thing ran that well during the test drive to begin with.

      UPDATE: I’ve been meaning to do an update for a while….after owning car for more than half a year I guess now’s as good as a time as any to do so: This thing has been in and out of the shop so much that I have hardly driven it. When I call the insurance company they already know it needs a tow. I just recently did my first personal oil change on the car which goes to show how long this thing has been in the works for repair/extensive maintenance – Had a check engine light and upon digging into it I discovered many warnings even the airbag errors were disabled. Going to sell it and get a brand new car…. Buyer beware. I do most of my own work and it’s apparent most of the really big issues were quite hidden and were dangerous. During my time of ownership I have driven it less than 4,000 miles which says a lot. Initially when I purchased the car one of the employees (who fortunately isn’t there anymore), Michael reassured me things such as the injectors, spark plugs, and timing chain were replaced. I believed him since it was obvious that the coil packs were replaced. You only get a 1,000 mile warranty and with that said, it’s honestly not enough. I was very unfortunate because I was barely over when the timing chain tensioner failed and was SOL. It didn’t help that the owner drove my car for ~2k miles while it was still advertised online. I figured with my experience working on cars the damaged rear reflector (which I had to pay out of pocket to fix), the dent in the rear driver’s wheel flare, as well as interior fixes would be no big deal to fix. They were easy peasy fixes for me, but it should have been a foreshadowing to just how neglected this car as well as the maintenance was on it. Due to the owner driving it for ~2k miles, there were some hiccups in purchasing (In hindsight I should have just took my money and ran for the hills). They needed to have it re-inspected among other things. For this they said it would have a complimentary oil change. Upon driving the car home, I checked the oil and it was black as night. The next morning I detailed it inside and out, having to remove a lot of crud, gunk and crumbs off the interior parts. It developed a tick which was concerning, but I was told “I drove it 2k miles and it was strong. That’s how the engines sound.” The tick was the tensioner getting ready to fail. They may be a friendly bunch here, but I wouldn’t put much stock into what they or their mechanics tell you. I got more mechanical know-how in my pinky finger than their mechanics. They swore up and down it had a timing belt on the exterior of the engine that was replaced, however that is not the case… the timing chain assembly is inside the engine on the passenger side of the engine. Take your money elsewhere and avoid the risk… I should have done it right the first time and just went to CarMax. Learn from my mistakes.

      About 8k for the car after all fee’s.

      Upon engine failure:
      4.5k for the engine
      3.5k to have it put in
      500 for new timing chain assembly

      And then much more time and money spent (~$2k approx) on troubleshooting issues which were discovered to originate from errors being deliberately disabled in the ECU to conceal CEL’s. At least I can drive it now… what a waste…

    • avalancher 30
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Great experience and mr haker really is a great man. Love the trucc I bought

    • mark williams
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      The owner George is a great person to Converse with, he is a wealth of knowledge.

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