They knowingly sold a vehicle that needed an engine.
I bought a vehicle knowing that it wasn't perfect, but under the impression that it didn't have any major issues that they knew of, that was a lie. Th
I bought a vehicle knowing that it wasn't perfect, but under the impression that it didn't have any major issues that they knew of, that was a lie. That vehicle made it 9 miles down the road before it broke down. After being stranded there overnight and all-day Sunday, I had the vehicle towed back to the dealer, where it had to wait until Monday for the service department to open. The sales team was already apprised of the situation because I contacted some of them on Sunday and was told they'd get back to me. That was another lie. I went in first thing in the morning Monday and asked if they could look at it and see what they were willing to do. They said they would take a look. It took them until 3 P.M. to send a technician out to look at it. That's where I was quickly notified by that technician that he doesn't know why they sold that vehicle, because he told them, when they took it in on trade, that it would need a new engine. After this the assistant manager came out and made it clear they were not willing to do anything to make it right. His only solution was an attempt to rip me off even more by offering to buy the vehicle back, at less than what I paid for it 2 day and 9 miles prior and sell me something newer. Needless to say, I will not be going to these scam artists ever again. They claim to be veteran friendly, but they deliberately ripped off an active duty service member and veteran of Operations Enduring Freedom and Inherent Resolve.