I bought a 2010 Rav4 from this dealership at the end of February 2017. I pulled out onto the freeway right after purchasing, and found that it was pulling a little to the left, and had a bit of a vibration when I hit 80mph. I did not notice this during the test drive, where I had hit normal freeway speeds. I promptly turned around and dropped the vehicle back off to the dealership. If I were smarter, I'd have just left it there and forgot about it. A few days later I got a call that they fixed a caliper slide pin that was sticking, and did a 4 wheel alignment and took care of the problem. They offered me $200 off the agreed price, and for me to take it out on another test drive. The vehicle felt fine to me, so I took the deal. Fast forward a few months and almost 5000 miles later, I noticed that the front wheel bearings were starting to make some noise. When I took the car into the shop, I was told that 3 out of 4 of the caliper slide pins were sticking, and had been doing so for a while. Due to this, the heat caused the wheel bearings to wear out prematurely. I understand that I put a lot of miles on the vehicle since the time of purchase, but I'd expect that when they took care of the one caliper slide pin, they would have checked to be sure that the rest of them were greased properly. Now I've got an expensive repair on my hands as the dealership is telling me that the vehicle has been in my hands too long for them to take responsibility for the issue. Be wary of this dealership. I'd suggest looking elsewhere for your pre-owned vehicle.