I recently bought a used truck from Chuck Nash in San Marcos on March 6th. I drove from North Round Rock, and I spent $30000 and about 8 hours on getting this Dodge 2500. It is an absolutely beautiful truck. So what's the problem? It has a leak on the back windshield. With all the rain we have had lately my back seat, and the storage well underneath fills up with water.
I was informed by the salesman who sold me the truck, that I would need to bring it in, and they would give me a loaner. So now I need to spend my time, and gas money to take care of an issue that should never been there in the 1st place when they sold me said $30000 truck. I informed the salesman by text that they should send a driver with a loaner out to my place here in North Round Rock, swap trucks, fix my truck, and then return it to me when it's fixed.
Folks please don't get me wrong I love my new truck, but put yourself in my shoes and I'm sure anyone who has bought a $30000 would be pretty livid. As I type this, I'm taking my truck to the nearest Dodge dealership where I will most likely be vehicle-less for the day, and most likely have to rent a car for work on Monday, as I was informed by dodge service that even though it was under warranty, they probably wont get to it today because they usually only have the oil change folks in on Saturday. This has not been the experience that I would expect from a major dealership selling me a $30000 truck.