BEWARE buying a Maserati from this dealership. They sold
my husband and I, a crashed car with significant damage, missing badge, misaligned hood, overspray, poor paint job, extreme rust, sensors that were
my husband and I, a crashed car with significant damage, missing badge, misaligned hood, overspray, poor paint job, extreme rust, sensors that were GLUED on, falling visor, missing air clip on vent, missing manual, missing battery, cigarette burns, and defective USB ports. As an out of state customer we trusted this dealership. Even though the carfax was clean, it was their job to inform us of all the damages on the car, once they inspected the vehicle. They reassured us several times on the phone that their were no damages. They sold me a Maserati for over $60k and passed it off as CPO (certified pre-owned). The salesman said "in order for a vehicle to be eligible for CPO it has to pass a 170 point inspection". Clearly they passed it anyway. It's not even worth half of the price we paid. They took 17 days to ship the car. Once the car arrived to us, my husband and I took a video and pictures as it was unloading from the delivery truck which shows proof and evidence of the misaligned hood, falling visor, missing air vent clip, overspray, missing badge, mismatched paint, etc. Then we took it in for inspection at a local Maserati dsalership which revealed the impact damages, cracked areas, GLUED on sensors, rust, etc. The car is a mess. We were in shock and so sad to hear what a damaged car it was. We wrote the dealership a nice letter to resolve the issue. The GM Alex Morra just called us on a recorded line where he was so rude saying there's no return, no refund, and no resolution whatsoever. In the letter, we offered to be open to the possibilities of a refund and return the vehicle, exchange, or partial refund according to the actual value of the car with the damages and keeping the car. They refused to all options. So now we have no other option than to resort to rectifying it legally.