Placed car on consignment when they offered me the basic "auction " price not the fair trade in price, which is why I even put the car on consignment, where they up front told me they would charge me even if they could not sell the car! In other words, I had all the risk. They ultimately, after two short weeks collected the additional $300 for doing, ultimately nothing.
They used my gas, my insurance, and made no apparent great effort to sell the car, but to put it in the back corner of their crowded lot and post some pretty pictures of my pristine sport vehicle. I am, also, a senior citizen (70 yrs of age) and in very poor health. I believe they misled me, thereby taking unfair advantage of a senior citizen, as to their ability to sell the auto. And I also believe they damaged the car by their unfamiliarity in how to even start the rotary engined car, et cetera. It is now in the shop being repaired from what I believe is their abuse of the vehicle. This is my opinion and my experience and I stand by my opinion.
I am very disappointed in Alan, one of the owners, who while he may have not lied outright to me, used misleading words leading me, an ill senior citizen, to postpone my purchase of a car from another dealer by telling me he would sell me a car that would not require me to make payments, then changed things around when I arrived. I did then go to the other dealer and am happy with my (to me)nice new car and the fair trade in and purchase deal that they gave me.