I purchased a 2002 Honda Civic from this dealer less than a week ago. To begin with, the dealer is no longer representing itself as Consumers Suzuki although their signage says so, and the credit card charges are from that name. Within one day the check engine light went on and they claimed it was just a fuel pressure issue. The very next day, not forty eight hours from purchase, the transmission gave out and the vehicle is unmovable. The dealership would not help at all. The car is stuck on the side of the road and all they said is that I have a warranty that will cost a $100 deductible "if I can get the vehicle to them." That is an additional $125, and I had to take the day off of work which is another couple of hundred dollars. So all told I would have to put $500 into this vehicle just to have them look at a failed transmission not 48 hours from purchase. I asked to speak to the owner and was rebuffed each time by the "sales manager." She refused to ask him to speak to me, saying he wouldn't know anything about the sale! He is still hiding behind her, and they will not help whatsoever despite saying that they are offering help. Since the dealership is not acting surprised at all I can only surmise that this is business as usual for them. I urge you to not visit this dealership. They know that their customers are in a bind and feel that they are the only way to get a car, but you will lose and only make things harder on yourself. Please, please, do not visit this dealership. They are a blemish on the community.