The Intent of this review is to educate others about buying a used car. The dealer themselves were good to work with, polite and courteous. The quality control and inspection of used cars are left to be desired. I am fully understand that I am buying a used car, and it's at my own risk. I bought a slightly used Lincoln after researching a good deal here at done deal motors. It was promised the car was flawless and passed inspection, everything works perfectly, etc. After making the 4 hour trip, the car seemed to be decent, and I discovered one issue already which were the electronic controls on the dash were malfunctioning. Dealer and I agreed on a revised price and reduce the purchase price by a few hundred. Shook hands and deal was done. I drove back home, made an appointment for VT inspection and it had failed. The alignment was bad which caused inner tire wear that I didn't notice at time of purchase, which I suppose makes me responsible. I had to replace all 4 tires for $800. On the way home from the dealership, I also noticed that the sunroof was inoperable which I am getting charged $625.00 to have fixed, along with all interior lights not working (not a fuse). I had Lincoln figure out the issue, and a wiring harness is to be blamed, $240 with labor (diagnosis). The faulty dash control turned out to be a $900 fix. So please be careful to make sure the vehicle is up to your expectations before taking delivery, as I embarrassingly didn't, and the $300 I got off the sale price turned out to be nothing after dishing out $2500 of repairs in a matter of DAYS of taking delivery. I didn't want to deal with the hassle of driving 8 hours to the dealer to assist, as my experience with these situations are a waste of time. Like is said, decent and polite people, but quality of cars are highly questionable.