We purchased a 2013 Toyota Yaris in November 2014. We figured since it was 1 year old Toyota, we would have a few years of trouble free usage. The salesman Nate Jordan while wasn't pressuring was obviously be pressed by the sales manager to close the deal. We had a budget that we knew we could go over and after about 4 hours of back and forth, they finally came down the few dollars needed to fit our budget. We loved the car, it drove great and the mileage was perfect for our 60 mile a day commute. Well, after about a month, we notice a major problem. All of a sudden we found that we could not pump gas into the car. Whenever you try to pump gas and you pull on the pump it would cut off. The same thing that happens when your pump gas and the tank gets full. The difference here is the tank is still empty. We contacted Ford Autoworld in Anderson, Indiana and they informed us that this is not something that would be covered and we would be responsible for any repairs. We took the car to Ed Martin in Anderson, Indiana and they informed us that problem was the gas tank had been replaced with a used gas tank assembly and would need to be replaced. This would be $1045.00 to repair. My question is why would Ford Autoworld in Anderson, Indiana knowing sell us a car, that was represented as in almost new condition with such a critically important and expensive replaced part. Ford Autoworld of Anderson, Indiana obviously is more interested in making the sale and getting you out the door with their contract. We did what we believed to be our due diligence but this problem was not something that would normally be detected during a sales inspection. Beware. They obviously have no problem using deceptive practices to make a sale, and don't expect them to stand behind their product.