I bought a Honda Xtour from Blue Knob a few years ago. When we bought it, we got a carfax that said nothing ever happened to the car. While washing it a few weeks later, I noticed the back drive side panel was a different color than the rest of the car. Somebody wrecked it, then sent it to the auction without reporting to insurance. I gave Blue Knob the benefit of the doubt.
Yesterday, I found a Honda HR-V I wanted from Blue Knob. The description clearly said it was grey and was 96 out of 100 pts. Tom the sales guy said it was pristine and would sell fast but he would hold the keys. So my wife and I make the two hour drive. When we get there, the car is purple. Yeah, Honda has a color called mulberry and even though it's clearly on the cars ID tag, they described it as grey. But wait, there's more. The car had been repoed and the former owner pin striped the car and put some dumb looking Nike swoosh over the sides. You couldn't see it on the website pictures and there was no mention in the online write up. I went in to talk to Tom, but he was busy, so Mike looked it up and confirmed it was mulberry. Tom comes over and swears it looks grey to him. They gave us 5 minutes to decide, offered no deal or even apology for the 5 hours drive and we walked out. Look at other posts and you are going to see we are not the only people who got a surprise from BK. They buy at auctions, and don't care to know what they don't know and have no problem hiding what they do.