I bought my used car from this dealership over a month ago with about 600 miles on it. Two weeks later I was in another town with my daughter when the car just quit while being driven. It was towed to the nearest dealer, Berlin City, and after two hours I was handed the keys and told that it was resolved and safe to drive. It stalled while being driven again about an hour later. They brought me a rental and towed it back and held onto it for repair . I picked up the car after they reassured me that it was gone over thoroughly and was safe to drive. It died while I was driving it again and had to be towed. While technicians worked on it in the parking lot, they were about to get it to run, but then it stopped running again ( this makes the fourth time I had seen this happen) Again, they held onto it for a couple of days while they used the Kia Tech Line service to do more diagnostics. I picked the car up a couple of days later, again with much reassurance that it was fine, went to dinner, started to drive home when it died again as i was actively driving it. This was the fourth time this happened while I was behind the wheel and the fifth time all together. It was a Saturday and Berlin City could not provide us a way home, so we called Capital City and had them tow it back to them. They have had it for a couple of weeks now and tell me that the problem is fixed, as the other dealership has told me. I have lost faith. They have offered to swap the car for another, but even after all of this trouble and inconvenience, they are trying to sell me a 2009 Nissan Cube for 21k. They are not particularly friendly. I get the sense that they want me out of their hair. I understand that things happen, but I have never once been made to feel like I wasn't the inconvenience. Horrible service in both dealerships. I would never want anyone to go through what I have been dealing with, especially because the car is dangerous. it is a barely used car, so I was told that VT lemon laws wont work for me, though I am doing further investigation.