Bought a car here for a little more than it was worth, but was in need of a rush vehicle to get to work. Me knowing next to nothing about mechanic work, took their word for having done a "thorough inspection" and bought it thinking it's at least work long enough for my daily driver to get repaired. Absolutely wrong there. Turns out the transmission was on its last leg, and was obviously failing, and it died within weeks of the purchase. So now I need to pay $4k for repairs to a truck that isn't worth 4K in the first place. Then when I call to see if they can do anything, they just told me to get lost, it's not their problem once a car leaves the lot. Worst dealership practices I've ever seen.