Purchased numerous vehicles from this dealership over the years. But this is the last deal.. On 7/1/2017 purchased a 2011 Malibu for $15,995.00, I complained to them that car had a hesitation, loss of power, especially over certain speed. Seems like car wanted to stall or not run properly. Googled online about others maybe having the same issue with same type of car....Well, others were complaining. Took car back to dealership to have checked, and mechanics said nothing wrong. They even drove it a few times. My wife was afraid to drive the car, it seems always happened to her the hesitation. Called Mike Dalton, General Sales Manager, about this issue, he advised me, would help get me into another car. Found out by a salesperson they knew something about this car having hesitation issues. Well, anyway traded this car in for a 2015 Malibu for $22995.00 on 7/25/2017, less trade of $13,600.00. I lost $2,395.00, less than a month for a car that had serious issues from the start, that I only drive 1113 miles, most were going to and from dealership. Let, me get to the point..Just found out on July 20th, 2018, from a used car dealer that wanted to purchase this 2015 Malibu from me, I only put 3252 miles on it, he pulled a Carfax. This Malibu was in a serious accident with structural damage that I knew nothing about. I was told by Brown Daub Chevrolet that car was a one owner, all service performed by them and clean Carfax report. Was I pissed off on 7/20/18 after being told and given a copy of this serious accident. I called Brown Daub Chevy and spoke to Sales Manager and left him know how I felt. Sat morning, 7/21/18, Mike Dalton, General Manager called and explained the Carfax was clean. But, he could help us trade the car in for a 3 year lease for only $500.00 a month. Wow, WHAT A DEAL! I have been writing to Carfax and Gm Certified about this issue all this week, nothing resolved yet. Stay away from Brown Daub Chevrolet, I know I will never again get screwed by them.