"Bad experience ever"
Bought a car on December 2015, paid almost $50 k. I was told my car was certified and a year later they will not honored their words.
Please, don't buy a car here!
1G6DS57V190128385 The dealer keeps reselling this lemon to unsuspecting customers. The cars looks beautiful but it is a mechanical nightmare. They accept the return for less money then you have put into it and keep reselling it, beware.
This dealer intentionally sold a car with extensive body repair and suggested it had never been in an accident. The following is a letter I sent to the dealer that explains everything in detail.
Hello, I recently bought a used car that ended up having extensive damage that was covered up with cosmetic repair to hide the hideous condition of the vehicle. I was introduced to the salesman as a friend of Ronnie the general manager, but yet I was still taken advantage of. After some legal research I see that your dealership is currently involved in 4 lawsuits for failure to divulge damage you were aware of. If you do not want it to be five I will expect a partial refund. I paid 14,000 for the car, but with all the damage it is only worth 9,000. I paid five thousand on a credit card and I will have no choice, but to dispute the transaction, I noticed you have many of these disputes against you too. I would be happy to do this the easy way as I have a solid breach and intent to defraud claim against you. With many cases settled that I can use as precedent against you your best option would be to settle this amicably. If you don't, there is a good chance I will get even more than the 5,000 for compensatory damages. This is because I flat out asked the salesman if the car had been in an accident and I was told no, this was an obvious falsity with clear intent to defraud.In addition, there were options listed on the ad that were not included on the car. I see you have dozens of fraudulent ad claims against you as well. Not the best way to do business. I have supplied all the documentation to the credit card company including a copy of the misleading ad. The ad alone gives me a solid foundation for my dispute. I paid with a credit card just in case chicanery was prevalent in the transaction and as it turns out it was. In addition, the day after I bought the car it started to make a clunking noise when turning left. Your service department just squirted some lubricant in the steering column knowing this was just masking the issue. 12 days later the noise started again, then I got the runaround that the part needed to be ordered and I would be contacted when it came in, needless to say I was never contacted, again more deceit, Hopefully, I will hear from someone soon. Thanks for your help.