I purchased a 2007 Subaru Forester from Barry's Auto Group earlier this month. It subsequently blew up on the highway before the registration documents had even arrived to have it inspected. They have refused to discuss a refund and insist they they want to repair it. They said they would have it towed to the dealership six days after the breakdown. They did not show up. One week after it blew up, the car is still sitting in my driveway, where it was towed, and they have done nothing but apologize and offer assurances that they will fix it. And yet, they have done nothing. When I called to discuss when they would pick it up for repairs or a refund, the salesman hung up the phone. Now he refuses to answer my phone calls and the office manager, Steve Marchand, does not reply to voicemail messages. I have had the car for less than two weeks--a 30 day/1,000 warranty is still in place--and they have, so far, failed to honor their word or provide any action to address the situation. I have filed a formal complaint with the Better Business Bureau that will be investigating the dealership.