We traveled from MA to NJ to get a 2009 GTI. They told us it had an oil change and had been through their service department and it was good to go. On the test drive the tire sensors were on and the window washer fluid sensor. They informed us the sensors needed to be reset but that they were fine. We noticed the tires were a little iffy to and they said they would pass inspection and that they had been looked at. We towed the car back to MA. When we brought it to our mechanic to have the sensors reset, he said that there were no sensors on the car at all. That they had been plugged. When we brought the car to be inspected, they failed all 4 tires, and they found the front headlight held on by literally, a piece of rope. When we sent the failed inspection to Axis they said they were not responsible for fixing it and the GM Sal actually had the audacity to say, "well head light works doesn't it?" All said and done the car costs us $2200 to even get it to pass inspection. Axis gave us nothing until I contacted the attorney general. Even then they said all they could do was 400 because they could have fixed the car themselves for $200. Which is complete xxxxxxxx. They would be putting mismatched after market tires, aftermarket sensors that won't work with the car, and instead of an LED headlight they would put a halogen in one side. Yeah that would look cute. Also, I bought the car March 31, 2017 and it is June 3, 2017 and I am just now after millions of phone calls and threats of a lawsuit getting my plates and registration. I haven't been able to drive the car since April 20 because the temp plates ran out. But if you ask Axis, they say "drive it just don't get caught." This is a quote from sales rep Rosa. This shows you how unprofessional and absolute scam artists these people really are. STAY AWAY!