This Might Be the Most Brutally Honest Used Car Commercial Ever Made

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  • We’ve seen (overly? refreshingly?) honest ads before. has a whole series of them — the Black Friday honest ad being our favorite. Those ads, though, are mostly comedy sketches. Enter Desmound Logan of Cash Cars KC with the real thing.

    In a video titled with the hashtag #HONESTCARSALES, Logan lays down the law about what exactly he’s selling, what he expects, and what you should expect from him. In short: as-is (or, in Logan’s words, “as the F*CK is”) means as-is. Here are a few choice quotes:

  • On what you should do with your test drive:

    “Put some gas in the motherf*cker and take your test drive to your job! Drive the bitch to your parking spot, smoke you a joint, smoke you a blunt, smoke you a cigarette, drink your coffee, play with the windows, figure out what the f*ck you gonna do with this car.”

  • On getting what you pay for:

    “You come with a thousand dollars, trust and believe you’re gonna have a thousand dollar car. Something is not gonna work right.”

  • On doing your homework:

    “F*ck your radio, f*ck your windows, f*ck your seat, f*ck your heat, f*ck your air if it don’t work because you should’ve tried that sh*t out before you motherf*cking bought it.”

  • Logan admits that Cash Cars KC is “your last resort” to buy a car, and repeatedly stresses the importance of bringing cash. The honesty is refreshing. Though Cash Cars KC might not be the best place to buy a car, at least they’re not one of those shady auto lenders that end up costing buyers thousands more than the cars are worth. (John Oliver’s segment about such lenders is a must-watch.)

    Logan’s video was posted over a month ago, but first got attention when posted to Reddit recently, where it reached the front page. This is not the first time, however, that Logan’s had a video blow up. That honor would go to this equally honest commercial about special deals on Cadillacs:

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  • Can’t get enough Desmound Logan? He does stand-up comedy, too. If you’re in the Kansas City area, pick up a ticket here.

    What do you think? Was this commercial refreshingly honest, or TOO honest? Let us know in the comments below or @WhatsTrending on Twitter!