My Review Of Guru Auto World:
Guru Auto in Easton is an awful dealership that will say and do anything to get the sale. I bought a Honda Civic from them 1 year ago. It was my first experience buying a used car, so I didn’t know what to expect, and I needed a car ASAP at that point. When I went in, they kept telling me about how it was such a great deal for this car and how it wouldn’t last much longer with their current “discounted pricing.” I went through the process to purchase the car and was told that it had just passed the state inspection and emissions test the previous week and was all set to go. My fatal flaw was taking their word for it and trusting them to sell me a quality car that had passed inspection. Obviously, they paid off whoever did the inspection because there’s no way it could have passed in that condition. In the year since purchasing the car, I have only put about 4,000 miles on the car (now at 115,000 miles), yet the power locks suddenly stopped working, the immobilizer system broke, and the tires have needed replaced because they were mysteriously dry rotted and had no tread despite being brand new tires when I test drove the vehicle. In addition, the battery needed replaced because there was an after-market alarm on the car that drained the battery, the rear brake shoes needed replaced, and I had to replace the timing belt, the water pump, the power steering belt, and the a/c and alternator belt… plus the radio and clock mysteriously died. Oh… and the driver’s seat had to be bolted back to the car because it was ready to come off, which likely would have caused a horrendous accident. You’d be far better off going elsewhere because Guru has abysmal customer service, and it sells junk cars. In total, I have now spent about $2,600 in repairs in the past year.
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