Bought a car at about 90,000 miles for 3K. The day we picked it up the "Check Engine" light went on about 10 minutes into the ride and we had to return the car to the dealers. Two days later we were able to pick up the car and were told that it was serviced properly. The same day we took it to pass state inspection where it failed (We were 100% guaranteed it would pass). Two days later the car would not start and the dealers sent a tow to take it back to be serviced once again. We were told the transmission cable was replaced and had no problems for a few days until the battery gave out and the car would not start AGAIN! I called the dealer and told him of the situation, whereupon I was told to jump it and bring it back. Unfortunately we weren't able to jump it and after telling the dealer I was told it would cost me $80 dollars out of my own pocket to tow it back. At that point we asked for a refund on the car, it is a lemon if I have ever seen one. Thankfully the dealer agreed to refund the price along with insurance and registration fees.
The bottom line is they run their business as if it was a repair shop. Yes, the cars are cheap but trust me when I say you get what you pay for. This was a nightmarish experience, don't be enticed by the price, it will cost you more in the long run!