I spent 10k on a car here even though it was only worth 8k something and they refused to budge on the price cause it was a popular enough car they knew if I didn't buy some other smuck would. That's my own fault cause it was the car I wanted. I couldn't take it to my mechanic before purchase because they had a "5 mile radius" rule (which is interesting to read on yahoo that someone had taken a long 5 plus hour something test drive) again, that's my own fault for still buying without my mechanic checking it out, would have been nice to have the option. Anyway, took it to my mechanic 3 days later, first chance I had and it needed a full timing belt job done. My mechanic, who is a certified VW mechanic at a VW shop who does use true OEM parts, quoted me 700. All this dealership said they would do is repair it "at cost". Sweet, thanks what a bargain, how much is it at cost and no labor? 600? Interesting. How was my mechanic only 700 with 70 an hour labor and 15% mark up on parts (genuine vw parts at that)? LIARS. I didn't go to them for the repair because I didn't trust their promise of genuine vw parts or that they'd even do it correctly. Thankfully, my mechanic did the work to find that the breather system was leaking and needs to be replaced (there's another 700-800 dollars) which I have to hold off on considering I just bought this car a week ago and already spent a total of 950 in repairs and have driven it a total of 4 days. But what else did my mechanic find? An oil leak on the front cam cap that was glued shut with a ridiculous amount of silicone and the cam
Adjuster was clogged with silicone so they had to clean all this out and fix eveything properly. Who knows if that was the previous owner or a shop they took it too but it's doubtful. What mechanic would "repair" something that way? And I doubt any car owner would do a half assed job like that on their own expensive car. Would a dealership wanting to already make a few grand more then what the cars worth hide these expensive repairs to avoid the cost? Wouldn't put it passed them. I even explained to them that I had been screwed over by a dealership before and they kept assuring me that this car was in almost perfect condition and flawless. When confronted with what I found, they let me know they only do a safety test on their cars and check the fluids. This place is a zoo. Already proven unreliable and untrustworthy and they certainly don't have any integrity. It's all about money, not building a
Clientele or making people happy. Makes me think they're saleman attitude has taken over any humanity they have. I couldn't live with myself knowing I was screwing people over so terribly, especially someone in my case explaining that I just want a decent car cause I was screwed before. And they sell me a car I couldn't even drive without dropping another thousand. That's not even it. Got another 700-800 to spend and I'll have to replace the clutch in about 10k miles which is over a grand. You might get lucky doing business here if you end up with a decent car, but don't plan on it. They make it sound like they're all well taken care of and good to go but they're lying to you and just want to take your money. To be safe, just take the price of whatever car you want to buy here and add at least 3k to that price cause that's most likely at least what you'll have to put into the car. I will never recommend this place to anyone.
I Recommend This Dealer:
Did you find this review helpful?