I found a vehicle online and was emailing with Rob at this facility. He was kind, a bit slow to respond but understandable, until I asked for photos of the undercarriage in which he informed me he didn't have a lift. That tells me either they are not repairing the cars themselves or they are just not repairing them. I told him it didn't require much effort, use a selfie stick or drop to the ground and snap. Ironically, the response to that email was the quickest I received from him, stating the vehicle was sold. I didn't believe him. Hubby and I had a few other vehicles to check out in that area this was our first stop, guess what, no sold sign on it and it was sitll on the lot. We took it for a ride, the tranny whined, the bumper was smashed in a pit (photos on line had no indication of this), rust beginning at the bottom of the quarter panels (again no indication in the photos) and while we test drove it the emergency brake was frozen on, even those the brake itself was not engaged inside the vehicle.
Had a funny feeling about this place, that's why we went to see if the truck was sold, in which the dealership still says it is to which I responded that I hoped they at least told the buyers of the issues they are buying. Rob the salesman told me not to contact him again.
When we drove up and saw a one bay garage with all those used cars, I knew it wasn't any place we'd buy from and after driving the vehicle, we for sure knew it wasn't.
My advise, keep driving by this one.