Sales person an “8”, finance personnel “10”,used car management “zero”, mechanics “zero“. Purchased a 2015 E350 Mercedes was done in 1.5-hours. The salesperson guaranteed me a thorough vehicle inspection was performed by an ACE-certified mechanic as a condition to selling any certified vehicle. Two weeks later, I had a complete brake failure. I took the vehicle to MB and they informed me the brakes were below specs and Front/rear were replaced.
A few months later I spoke with Autonation Used Car Manager, he informed the vehicle was inspected by an ace-certified mechanic and didn’t understand why the vehicle had a brake failure. I then asked can your mechanics perform the same maintenance as a MB mechanics? “Give his mechanics another chance”. He then said, “of course they can”. They are ace-certified mechanics, so, 1.5 week later I make an appointment to have service perform on my Mercedes. What I expected happened, the maintenance advisor goes to the used car manager (Harry) to inquire if he said to bring the MB in. We cannot perform maintenance on Mercedes, which lead me to ask, was this the reason why you sold a vehicle, knowing, you knew had faulty brakes to a consumer.
This is the reason why I ask consumer not to buy a vehicles from this dealership. Consumer beware.