I bought my used chevy truck around the first of December and when I completed the paperwork, the finance guy was extremely pushy for me to buy a warranty that would add a lot of expense to the price of the truck and also tried pushing gap insurance which would add even more expense. I didn't purchase either one. It's easy to spend someone else's money, and a lot of reputable dealerships give you a 30 warreny on used cars. Needless to say, the finance guy made me feel very uneasy. After only 4 days, I noticed a problem with the engine and when I took it back the next Saturday the service department wanted to charge me to see what was wrong with it. So the following week, I took it to Broadway service center in Jefferson City where Jerry told me the engine needed to be replaced. I asked Morristown Chevrolet if they could help with only half of the expense, then I got a call from Joe who told me because I didn't buy a warranty and I didn't let them fix it, they weren't going to help with the expense. After buying a truck with a bad engine, I didn't trust them to fix my truck. They should stand behind their vehicles and treat customers better.
Joe you did lose a lot of business because of this.
Other shopers beware.