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Nexxus Remarketing

14  Reviews

(405) 269-4732
408 E 9th Ave
Stillwater, OK 74074
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We Buy/Sell/Trade/Finance/Consign/Manage

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(405) 269-4732

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Cash , Debit Card , Personal Checks , All Other Major Credit Cards , Paypal

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Average Rating (14)

amorsi

I find it funny because the owner of Nexxus Remarketing has a medical degree! A doctor who sells cars??? Who would imagine. It also turns out that he had owned BodyWorks and a few other establishments in Stillwater. Then my cousin was being investigated by the feds and the lead investigator was the owner of Nexxus. It turned out Mr. Zane was a national security/homeland security agent as well. A man of many jobs and talents! Then it all made sense why this guy was built like a brick wall! He also did not look like he belonged on the lot. Before I knew any of this, I had bought my first car from Nexxus Remarketing four years ago. The car had been great to me and I never did have any problems with it. I had got a great deal on the car that it made me skeptical at first when I came to buy it. The car was priced way below book price which made me wonder. I wondered why was this lot selling this car for so much less than book price. I also wondered what was wrong with it. I took the car to a mechanic and had it inspected. The car turned out to be legit. I learned that Nexxus sold repossessed cars owned by banks or cars that came from insurance companies. And it all made sense that the banks and insurance companies just wanted to get rid of them and that was why they were so cheap. And eventually I sold the car four years later and made money on it!

zachss

I was referred to Nexxus Remarketing by a friend who bought a car from Nexxus a year ago. She was very happy with the service and the car she got. Plus she told me that she got a great deal and she could sell her car and make good money off of it a year later. So I went and visited Mr. Nexxus and I ended up buying a car from Zane and his company yesterday and all I can say is wow!!! The car was a steal! The financing was very flexible and he will work with you. This was a totally hassle free deal. I would totally recommend this place to anyone who is looking to buy a car!!! I know that this will be my first stop for me or my family when we are in the market for another vehicle.

zachss

I was referred to Nexxus Remarketing by a friend who bought a car from Nexxus a year ago. She was very happy with the service and the car she got. Plus she told me that she got a great deal and she could sell her car and make good money off of it a year later. So I went and visited Mr. Nexxus and I ended up buying a car from Zane and his company yesterday and all I can say is wow!!! The car was a steal! The financing was very flexible and he will work with you. This was a totally hassle free deal. I would totally recommend this place to anyone who is looking to buy a car!!! I know that this will be my first stop for me or my family when we are in the market for another vehicle.

zachss

I was referred to Nexxus Remarketing by a friend who bought a car from Nexxus a year ago. She was very happy with the service and the car she got. Plus she told me that she got a great deal and she could sell her car and make good money off of it a year later. So I went and visited Mr. Nexxus and I ended up buying a car from Zane and his company yesterday and all I can say is wow!!! The car was a steal! The financing was very flexible and he will work with you. This was a totally hassle free deal. I would totally recommend this place to anyone who is looking to buy a car!!! I know that this will be my first stop for me or my family when we are in the market for another vehicle.

zachss

I was referred to Nexxus Remarketing by a friend who bought a car from Nexxus a year ago. She was very happy with the service and the car she got. Plus she told me that she got a great deal and she could sell her car and make good money off of it a year later. So I went and visited Mr. Nexxus and I ended up buying a car from Zane and his company yesterday and all I can say is wow!!! The car was a steal! The financing was very flexible and he will work with you. This was a totally hassle free deal. I would totally recommend this place to anyone who is looking to buy a car!!! I know that this will be my first stop for me or my family when we are in the market for another vehicle.

maria_s

I have purchased two Mercedes from Zane: one 3 years ago and another one just over a week ago. Zane is honest about the vehicles' history and needed repairs. I asked him to fix both cars before I picked them up and he had helped me find reasonably priced parts and had his mechanic perform the labor. Zane and his employees are friendly and easy to work with. I would say the prices are the best in the area and financing is very convenient. I came from another state to get my new car from Zane because I knew I would get a great deal and could trust the quality of the product. I financed both of my vehhicles and the process was easy. Zane was very helpful and provided excellent customer service throughout the entire experience. I definitely recommend purchasing from Nexxus Remarketing.

maria_s

I have purchased two Mercedes from Zane: one 3 years ago and another one just over a week ago. Zane is honest about the vehicles' history and needed repairs. I asked him to fix both cars before I picked them up and he had helped me find reasonably priced parts and had his mechanic perform the labor. Zane and his employees are friendly and easy to work with. I would say the prices are the best in the area and financing is very convenient. I came from another state to get my new car from Zane because I knew I would get a great deal and could trust the quality of the product. I financed both of my vehhicles and the process was easy. Zane was very helpful and provided excellent customer service throughout the entire experience. I definitely recommend purchasing from Nexxus Remarketing.

etanner22

I felt it appropriate to post a review for Nexxus since the only other review is clearly a disappointed customer. I just recently bought my car from Nexxus Remarketing. Zane was a great person to work with, was very friendly, and completely honest about the cars I was looking into. If there was something wrong with the car, he was honest and let me know. His staff (mechanic and detailer) were extremely friendly, and overall, I consider myself lucky to find this place and to get the deal I did on the car I bought from here. I have already recommended this place to multiple people, and I suggest looking here for a great deal the next time you need a used car. I would definitely go back to Zane and Nexxus.

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. When previously looking at the vehicle, earlier in that day, the detailer jammed the hood on one side. He eventually got it to open but in the process broke the other side. After he changed the oil the hood jammed on the side he broke. We made it about 30 miles and the car started blowing water out of the engine. That’s brings me to another point. His so-called mechanic put water in the radiator, which you should never do to any car let alone to a Mercedes. The hood is jammed and I have a radiator leak and while looking under the vehicle notice a few more things. The oil pan still leaks heavily even though it is the new one I purchased. The water leaks out heavily as well. The core support for the radiator and the lower main core support for the vehicle is damaged heavily. I texted him with the issue and it is now two days later and he wont contact me. It turns out the car has major frame damage and the number two cylinder is damaged. I have a quote of nearly $5,000 to repair everything. This guy is a snake, do not buy from him!!!

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. When previously looking at the vehicle, earlier in that day, the detailer jammed the hood on one side. He eventually got it to open but in the process broke the other side. After he changed the oil the hood jammed on the side he broke. We made it about 30 miles and the car started blowing water out of the engine. That’s brings me to another point. His so-called mechanic put water in the radiator, which you should never do to any car let alone to a Mercedes. The hood is jammed and I have a radiator leak and while looking under the vehicle notice a few more things. The oil pan still leaks heavily even though it is the new one I purchased. The water leaks out heavily as well. The core support for the radiator and the lower main core support for the vehicle is damaged heavily. I texted him with the issue and it is now two days later and he wont contact me. It turns out the car has major frame damage and the number two cylinder is damaged. I have a quote of nearly $5,000 to repair everything. This guy is a snake, do not buy from him!!!

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. When previously looking at the vehicle, earlier in that day, the detailer jammed the hood on one side. He eventually got it to open but in the process broke the other side. After he changed the oil the hood jammed on the side he broke. We made it about 30 miles and the car started blowing water out of the engine. That’s brings me to another point. His so-called mechanic put water in the radiator, which you should never do to any car let alone to a Mercedes. The hood is jammed and I have a radiator leak and while looking under the vehicle notice a few more things. The oil pan still leaks heavily even though it is the new one I purchased. The water leaks out heavily as well. The core support for the radiator and the lower main core support for the vehicle is damaged heavily. I texted him with the issue and it is now two days later and he wont contact me. It turns out the car has major frame damage and the number two cylinder is damaged. I have a quote of nearly $5,000 to repair everything. This guy is a snake, do not buy from him!!!

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. When previously looking at the vehicle, earlier in that day, the detailer jammed the hood on one side. He eventually got it to open but in the process broke the other side. After he changed the oil the hood jammed on the side he broke. We made it about 30 miles and the car started blowing water out of the engine. That’s brings me to another point. His so-called mechanic put water in the radiator, which you should never do to any car let alone to a Mercedes. The hood is jammed and I have a radiator leak and while looking under the vehicle notice a few more things. The oil pan still leaks heavily even though it is the new one I purchased. The water leaks out heavily as well. The core support for the radiator and the lower main core support for the vehicle is damaged heavily. I texted him with the issue and it is now two days later and he wont contact me. It turns out the car has major frame damage and the number two cylinder is damaged. I have a quote of nearly $5,000 to repair everything. This guy is a snake, do not buy from him!!!

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. When previously looking at the vehicle, earlier in that day, the detailer jammed the hood on one side. He eventually got it to open but in the process broke the other side. After he changed the oil the hood jammed on the side he broke. We made it about 30 miles and the car started blowing water out of the engine. That’s brings me to another point. His so-called mechanic put water in the radiator, which you should never do to any car let alone to a Mercedes. The hood is jammed and I have a radiator leak and while looking under the vehicle notice a few more things. The oil pan still leaks heavily even though it is the new one I purchased. The water leaks out heavily as well. The core support for the radiator and the lower main core support for the vehicle is damaged heavily. I texted him with the issue and it is now two days later and he wont contact me. It turns out the car has major frame damage and the number two cylinder is damaged. I have a quote of nearly $5,000 to repair everything. This guy is a snake, do not buy from him!!!

auhmeraut

Nexxus Remarketing agent, Zane, and I agreed on the purchase/Sale on eBay. He said just hit the buy it now and he would honor the $3,000 price he stated it took to buy the car. I agreed and hit the buy now so he could get the $500 deposit through PayPal. I have a copy of that receipt it was an email through eBay's system. He stated on his ad -Lot Runs and Drives, One Owner, Great Sport Radial Tires with 85% Tread, Everything Works Great, Very Clean and Immaculate, Has Hole in Oil Pan. He said he had a mechanic that could replace the oil pan, which I purchased the oil pan and mailed it to him, I then paid him $50 to put the oil pan on. (Turns out his so-called mechanic had no mechanic license and no car lifts or even anything that would resemble what a mechanic would own and actually owns a detail shop. He is a detailer not a mechanic. The company name is "Pop's detail Shop"). A week or so goes buy and he tells me it now needs a radiator, so I buy a radiator and have it delivered. So he finally tells me it is ready so I go there as soon as I can which was exactly six weeks later. He sent me a text telling me I had to only bring cash for the remaining balance and repairs. I get there and the situation is very unnerving. He makes it known he is caring a hand gun and makes a statement to the point of that is how he takes care of problems. I set my envelope, with cash in it, down on his desk while we waited for the detailer to finish. I start the car and notice it has an obvious miss in the engine. As soon as I mention it he tells denies it is there. He eventually agrees to it being there so we run to Advanced Auto and use a scanner to tell us what is wrong with the vehicle. It is an emission issue, which I will have to repair when I get back. I also get 8 quarts of oil because the vehicle is showing a low oil indicator. We have the detailer change the oil. I am not satisfied with the car and ask if I can just get my money back and go home. He said he would have to ask the insurance company who owned the car. He acted as if he did not make the decisions like it wasn't his car. I said can I have the remaining $2,550 back and he said “well someone has to pay the insurance company”. At this point I felt like arguing with him would only escalate the issue to something that may get out of control so I signed the paperwork and left with the car. He had me sign the title but stated he would not send it until I gave him positive feedback on eBay. Long story short, the car did not make it home and I need $5,000 to fix the frame and number 2 cylinder in the engine. DO NOT BUY FROM HIM!!! He is a Snake!

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