I don’t even know where to start with this company. I am just so disgusted after all this stress, no customer should have an experience like mine. I came in to purchase a truck I had my eye on and I’m no stranger to vehicles, especially body work. They had to fix a dent, no big deal, they did a terrible job and scuffed the door while fixing it. I had to pay to have their mistake fixed. As I left the lot, the brake pad light came on, they had replaced them but they were unable to reset it so I had to handle that. They had also put new tire sensors and wheel hub rings on the truck, but those items were actually for a trailblazer so I had to have those replaced. After learning of their inability to do such menial jobs, it is no surprise that they sold it to me with 4 recalls. The truck had aftermarket wheels and tires on it, with a supposed lift (lie #1) and I wanted the stock set of wheels and tires. I was told I could get them but they needed to be located. After some time, I was told they don’t have the stock set (lie #2). At this point, I needed to get their aftermarket set fixed. They were damaged, which I had known but I had wanted the stock set instead. They really tried to get out of fixing them. They ended up needing to be fixed several times and wasted a lot of my time in the process. Also, because I was not able to receive the stock wheels and tires, I needed the rubbing addressed. Like I said, they advertised that the truck was lifted so the aftermarket set should not have rubbed, their fix was to cut the mud flaps, still insisting the truck was lifted. At this point, I again insist that I need the stock set of wheels and tires and am again told, they no longer have them. My wife insisted I have them order a set, instead I paid to actually get the truck lifted (it was not). Did I mention they tried to charge me an extra $5,000 for the lift it didn’t have and the damaged aftermarket wheels and tires?! Not long after, I find a stock set of wheels and tires listed on facebook, as I go to message the seller I realize it is an employee at the dealership. They had them all along! I was infuriated. Also, they hadn’t done the oil change they claimed to do (lie #3), turns out they just reset the light and I actually ran out of oil several weeks after purchasing the vehicle. I hadn’t even put 1,000 miles on it. We initially thought there was a leak or some issue, but there wasn’t. When I took it to the shop, that’s when I was told the vehicle had been in an accident. It wasn’t on the Car Fax, I’ll give them that but the tailgate and bumper had been replaced and weren’t the standard ones. I blame myself for that as well because I couldn’t imagine why someone would remove the emblems for a Trail Boss but I did not question it as I should have. The shop said it was obvious and despite not knowing for sure of the accident, I should have been told that they were aftermarket parts (lie #4). The damage from the hidden accident turned out to be much more excessive than that. I ended up having to trade it in, losing money in the process. I had kept telling myself throughout it all that the truck was worth it. That all the money I put in it (most of it I shouldn’t have had to) and all the stress of dealing with Auto Showcase of Bel-Air was worth it for the truck. Nope. I wouldn’t recommend this place to my worst enemy.