On 6/9/2013 11:15:05 AM enivens wrote:
Everyone was quite friendly and worked to help find me a car. Lance was patient as we went to all three lots in Wichita so I could look at and test drive different cars. I was able to take one of the cars home overnight and that is definitely what clenched my decision to purchase it the next day.
On 6/8/2013 3:12:32 PM julieamos wrote:
I found and bought a 2004 Explorer Limited on the internet .The vehicle had very little gas for the test drive , the low fuel light came on . Because the low fuel light was on , I couldnt see the mileage . I was told on the phone prior to driving 70 miles , the Explorer had 162,000. Imagine my surprise when I put in $50 worth of gas , the mileage lit up 171,000. At this point I had already paid for the vehicle . The limited 30 day warranty was written for 170,000. So basically the 30 day warranty was up on paper. I went back, they fixed it . But I still unknowingly purchased a vehicle with 9000 more miles than what I expected. I was also told it had a premium stereo . It sounded great but imagine my surprise when I tried to load a CD in my 6 CD player with premium sound , it didn't work. it is a beautiful well maintained Explorer , now I wonder what next. When you are buying a vehicle that you are told is in mint condition , shouldn't the CD player work ? It didn't even dawn on me to check the CD player .