I purchased a used F150 online from 1200 miles away. I was moving back to the area, and Fremont had always been where the family bought vehicles. In fact I had purchased a car there myself nearly 25 years earlier. I trusted this dealership. I understand that when you buy a used vehicle you are taking a chance, and I'm realistic about that. I took delivery of the truck, and I didn't drive it much for the next several days. When it was time to pick up my camper in Billings I hopped in the truck and headed up there. Around 75 miles in to my trip the truck misfired a few times, but seemed to correct itself. Once the camper was hooked up and started heading back to Cody, the truck began misfiring severely. I almost didn't make it back to Cody. I then received an email from the sales person who had been very helpful with my purchase, checking to make sure that everything was going well. They stated that if there was "Anything that needed attention, to let them know and they would make it right." I emailed my salesperson back letting them know that it wasn't going so well, and that the truck was misfiring severely and that I almost didn't make it home. The attitude of "We will make it right," suddenly wasn't there, and the next email was one explaining that according to the sales manager there was no warranty on the truck. That was disappointing. I never asked for anything for free, I didn't ask for it to be fixed for free, nor did I even ask for it to be fixed. I simply stated that it wasn't going well, and the truck had a misfire. I did respond to the email explaining that there was a 30 day warranty on the truck, but that's all I said. I bought this vehicle site unseen, and paid 18k for it in cash. Maybe that's not a lot of money to some, but it's a lot to me, and the truck was a very important part of my new life plan. I trusted this dealership. There were many different ways to handle me, but right up front they wanted to let me know that they weren't paying. It's tough out there for all of us, and I understand bottom line profit, but there really wasn't any reason to make me feel like I was going to automatically complain and want something for free. All the truck needed was a tune up. I changed the plugs myself, and about 30 minutes later, it was running great. I will throw this out there, that according to the comprehensive check that is supposedly done on all used vehicles, mine was perfect. Let me tell you that it is far from perfect. The next thing that I will be doing is a break job, because the rotters are warped. Very sad, and just plain old disappointing.