DO NOT GO HERE!!! DO NOT BUY HERE!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!! DO NOT TRUST THEM NOR THEIR "warranty"
We bought a 2005 Dodge Stratus from them 2 weeks ago. (November 2, 2019).
Driving home we could tell something was not right. I called them and explained there was grinding noise and the brakes were not working correctly. I brought it in for a quick inspection here in Greeley. The vehicle needed rotors, brakes, tie rods ball joints, and oil pan gasket. I called them the next day. They said their 30 day warranty would not cover this.
Straight from THEIR site, "At Frontline Auto Brokers we only deal in quality cars and backup every purchase with a 3 month 3,000 mile warranty included in every sales price! "
DO NOT BELIEVE THEM or THEIR WARRANTY.
So we brought the vehicle we bought 2 weeks ago back the following Saturday to FrontLine Auto so they could have their mechanic fix the vehicle at our expense.
We picked the vehicle up yesterday, Monday, from their shop. The vehicle was in their shop for a week. They told us they replaced the brakes and rotors. They said there was nothing wrong with the tie rods. There was a "little play" in the steering wheel which is completely normal. They charged us $190.00 for the brakes and rotors.
Today, the VERY next day, the wheel literally FELL OFF while my daughter was driving the car! The front end was scraping on the ground till it came to a complete stop!
According to the police who showed up said the ONLY reason she was not killed or injured was she was in a school zone and slowing down for a stop sign. The police said otherwise she could be dead due to the severity of the problem with the car.
MY DAUGHTER ALMOST DIED as a result of buying a car that should never have been sold by Frontline Auto Broker!!
I will try to post photos onto this review if it will allow me to.
I will give them ZERO stars on customer service and quality of work if this site would allow that.
UPDATE: December 2019. Frontline Auto had the vehicle towed to their mechanic. They replaced the front axle, fixed the front end.
UPDATE: March 2020.
So after initially spending$4900 (tax, dealer fees, etc.) on a vehicle that was posted for $3995, we have had to have brakes, rotors, front end, axle repaired or replaced.
Then after all this, we had to bring it back into the shop for more repairs that cost $1935.
Apparently, when the rotors and brakes were replaced, the mechanic did not install the nuts correctly. Some came lose, causing more damage to the brake system as well as other damage.
By the time this was all repaired, the bill was almost another $2000 to get the vehicle running again.