Mileage listed inaccurate
We requested information about a vehicle we saw online and asked a few extra questions and e-mailed back and forth a few times about it, explaining th
We requested information about a vehicle we saw online and asked a few extra questions and e-mailed back and forth a few times about it, explaining that we wanted to be sure it was a good likelihood of buying because we had to drive 2 hours. We went to the dealership and went to test-drive the vehicle we had been discussing and found that the information we had been given (both in the initial ad, the extra information and the carfax we were sent by email) all had the mileage listed at 25,000 miles but the vehicle actually had 47,000 miles on the odometer. I could understand a slight discrepancy due to test drives, but to advertise it at just over half the actual miles looked like a bait and switch. The salesman stated that he expected it to sell pretty quickly anyway because he expected someone would come in and decide the mileage wasn't that important to them. We drove 2 hours each way expecting to buy a car only to find that one of the most basic pieces of information had been grossly misrepresented. After this, we wouldn't buy a car here under any circumstances, because I can't trust a business that either lies to their customers or is careless enough to make this kind of mistake. I just looked at their website now, well over 24 hours after our wasted trip and after making them very aware of the false advertising and the vehicle is still there with the same mileage listing. Not correcting this after they were certainly aware of the problem makes me convinced it was an intentional bait and switch.