Last month I bought a used 2014 Chevy Cruze with 25619 miles as a Certified Pre-Owned car. I asked the salesman, John Critchfield, whether the tires were still the original equipment tires, and he replied that they were not, so I assumed the car had decent tires. A couple of weeks later, I decided to have a close look at the tires, and noticed that I could see the wear bar already, so I brought in the car to have the tires checked. I was told that the tires had 4/32 of tread left on them which was enough to pass inspection (2/32 is needed to pass inspection) and they would do nothing about the tires. I checked the service history of the vehicle and found no record of the original equipment tires being replaced, so I asked John Critchfield if he had any proof that the tires were replaced as he had previously told me. He replied that he did not. It's obvious that John Critchfield lied to me when he told me that the car did not have its original tires. I went to another dealership, they told me that it's standard policy for certified used cars to have at least 5/12 tread on them when they're sold. Needless to say, I would not recommend buying a car from a salesman who is a liar, and from a dealership that tolerates lying by its sales people.