I purchased a used Mercedes GL550 from the dealership and all the sales person and management could keep saying was how good of condition this one owner vehicle has been kept. Looks I agree, but during the test drive I noticed a little shaking in the wheels and noted ti the says person Kyle Prociak that whoever balanced the new tires needs to do a better job and he agreed. Outside of that the car drove nice.
I drive the car home that day, and within 3 days time I have an antifreeze leak on the vehicle. Within 10 days, I loose the A/C system on days that are 90 degrees outside. Steve Steltz one of the service managers states his guy goes over these cars with a fine tooth comb and how are they to know that the A/C was going to fail. NO assistance at all, but it comes back to their comments of "How well is the car as a one owner been kept"
After spending 2.5 hours at a Mercedes dealership, it was determined that someone overfilled the AC unit on the car and when the temps would go above 80 it would shut it down. So unknown if you they put anything in the AC during the time it was at their location, but during the test drive of the car I addressed with Kyle that there is a vibration and the new tires placed on the car are not balanced correctly. Kyle agreed and felt the vibration throughout the car. Mercedes dealership took each wheel off and balanced each tire since all where not correctly balanced, but what is most disturbing is that I have 2 bent wheels that should have been addressed by your dealership during the placement of the new tires on the car. The wheels should have been fixed before placing them back on the car for sale and should have not been stating how much this car is in great condition since it is a one owner car with bent rims.
I now know what type of dealership Ken Pollock is within the Wilkes Barre area, not a trust worthy car dealership at all based on the representation of a car that was sold with known bent rims and an overcharged AC System.