A little more than a month ago I purchased a used 2008 Toyota Rav4 Limited from Baytown Nissan. Their listed price was fairly high however, we did come to an acceptable price which was slightly below average retail. The car had 141,600 miles, which is in the average range for this year model and not too concerning due to the model and manufacturer. I found the vehicle on Baytown Nissan wedpage and was the type of vehicle I was looking to purchase for my teenage daughter. After only 826 miles driven since purchased, the transmission completely failed leaving my daughter and her friend disabled on the side of a road. After towing car to my mechanic, I called Nancy, our sales rep and explained the circumstances hoping for some assistance. She spoke to her manager and informed me that Baytown Nissan would not help or back the vehicle they sold me. They did suggest we come in a buy a brand new vehicle from them and the current incentives might cover the cost of the Rav4 I just purchased. I understand that I bought this car "as is" and without any warranties and that there is risk associated with doing so. However, I certainly didn't expect this car, which was represented as a clean, no issues, normal wear and tear used car, to lose more than half it's value in less than 900 miles. Furthermore, I'm amazed that Baytown Nissan is unwilling to find or even explore any mutually acceptable resolution to this issue. Although I enjoyed working with the sales rep Nancy, she was quite nice, I am completely disappointed in the management and leadership of Baytown Nissan.