In October 2017, I purchased a pre-owned 2014 ford mustang. When looking at it I noticed a small patch on the rear quarter panel wheel well. I asked both the sales associate I worked with Slobo, Steve Nunez, and the used car manager if the vehicle had any damage or accidents, both in person and in text. They both told me the vehicle was clean, showed me a clean carfax, and on the ad it clearly stated clean carfax and accident free autocheck. I have retained a copy of the ad and the text messages. fast forward to roughly a month ago I was looking to trade it in for a newer vehicle, as my credit had been built up. When I attempted too however it was brought to my attention that there were two police reported accidents on the autocheck and damage on the carfax that were reported on the vehicle. I contacted autocheck and confirmed they were reporting this prior to my purchase of the vehicle. They also attempted several times to auction the vehicle in the weeks before my purchase to lack of any result. I of course was not to happy with this discovery, as it set me back almost $4,000 on the car, when comparing the price they sold me it for compared to its actual damaged value. I went to Art Hill that night and spoke to the used car manager and at first he pulled up the carfax which only showed damage. He denied there was any accidents on the vehicle repeatedly, so I asked him to pull up the autocheck and he saw 2 listed accidents and immediately asked me what I wanted them to do. I told them my requests for how to correct the situation and was told to meet the General Manager, Steve Bukvich, the next day, which I did, and up to now I will say he has been very helpful and professional. I have been working on this matter with him the entire time. But my issue has still not been resolved, They offered to put me in a new vehicle and give me more for the trade than what I've been offered, but are not willing to negotiate anything that is more of a fair resolution, and I have offered many forms of remediation, even though I am currently at a heavy loss. As a result of this as well I have several more inquiries on my credit with no approval or fruition. I have asked to speak with the owner and COO, but have been declined. They have also again denied any knowledge of accidents in the autocheck and on the vehicle. I am not at liberty to say whether or not they did know, but I do know autocheck was reporting the accidents prior to my purchase, and both the salesmen I spoke too and the ad made clear mention of an accident free autocheck. It has now been almost 4 weeks of delayed negotiation on this matter. I know these things take time, but it is getting excessive. I am normally not a confrontational or heavy handed person, But this amount of time is unacceptable in this situation, I have notified the Attorney General and if that does not bring anything into fruition I will be pursuing legal action. This is not just written out of spite, or to get what I believe is fair per se, but because deceptive practices should be brought to light to let others know the risks when buying vehicle, and to take everything stated with a grain of salt. Thus I am heavily inclined to leave a one star review, with them gaining that one star purely based on how helpful Steve Bukvich has been, and nothing else.