I bought a 2014 Mercedes SLK250 from them a few weeks ago.
It had 55,000 miles and they represented it to be in excellent comdition.
The price included a $900 dealer service fee so I assumed that everything was okay.
After 2 days, the red engine light came on.
I took it to a local merrcedes dealer.
They found that someone had pushed the diagnostric plug up into the dash so that it was not accessible. I am concerned that someone did that to stop me form checking for diagnosed problems that were in the memory.
The Merecedes dealer charged me $139 to repair that and install a new bracket.
Then doing the diagnostics and enspecting the car:
They found that the fuel pump was shot, the O2 sensor was faulty, the sway bar links and transmission mount had to be replaced, and a broken air intake pipe.
In total, the repairs cost me $4735.
So I have only very bad things to say about the dealership
The lesson that I learned is next time that I buy a used car I will first check the computer to see what has gone wrong.