The car was on fire! Just two days after buying, a little sqeak-flap-flap was heard from under the hood. I decided to take advantage of their 30 day, all inclusive warranty, and drove it back to the Carmax I bought it from. I barely made it! The problem worsened. While at top speed on the freeway the small noise grew to a loud sqeal-bang. The car was jerking, I almost crashed, top speed dropped to 30 mph, All while enduring the nauseating smell of burnt rubber. The car died, literally died, and I coasted into the Carmax parking lot. In front of the service garage I got out, livid, and started to walk inside to find a manager. That's when the flames engulfed the engine compartment and the car met its final end. I'm thinking, "Wow, I better get my money back or at least a new car. What if I parked that thing in my garage? What if I couldn't get my kids out in time? I bought that car for a reliable means of getting my kids to school." I spoke with a manager about how to make this horrific matter right.. The best they could do is 300 dollars off an extended warranty plan on a new car. What the xxxx? Nobody wants that! That's a stupid offer. I asked for a discounted price on a Ford Fusion and they said no way. They never lower prices for integrity reasons. "Integrity!", I exclaimed! "Integrity is righting the wrong you've done by selling me a crap car!" After wasting my time and nearly taking my life, they refused to be compensating. At least I got my 2500 dollar down payment back.
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