I bought a 2013 Mailbu back in October 2018. Thought I was getting a decent price for it, but have since had to drop about $2000 in repairs on the car. Some of the work was stuff that Feldman should have done before selling this car to anyone - basics like changing the spark plugs and cleaning the cylinders from carbon buildup. Three tires with slow leaks! It had bad struts. Transmission and radiator leaks. It drove great when I tested it, but started having problems within a month. I don't expect any dealership to fix every single little problem with a used car before selling it, but this car seems inordinately problematic to me. I wish I'd stuck with my 2003 Ford Focus - gave it to my step daughter and (even with a transmission replacement!) it's still been a more reliable car with fewer maintenance costs. Also, they claimed they could find me a better interest rate than my credit union and I agreed to have them check and they ran my credit at so many places my score, which was super good, took a hit!! I'm really disappointed that Feldman sold the Malibu to me in such bad shape. Feels like I got swindled and they were just unloading a car that hadn't been taken care of by previous owner onto me. That or it's just a straight up lemon. It's definitely pretty and the newest car I've ever owned and, when it's working, it drives nice, but this has been a really bad experience since driving off the lot - I just want people who are looking at Feldman for used cars to go with care and have it checked by your mechanic!