I would love to say my purchase from Kia on the Boulevard was a good one but I can’t. The sales team was pleasure to work with and Oggie is a well informed salesman. The car, a 2016 Ford Taurus SHO was priced well and looked nice. A few weeks after I purchased it there was some wheel hop when I would make a sharp turn. I found out the problem was being an AWD vehicle the tires needed to have the same amount of wear front to back. When they inspected the car they replaced the front tires and left the rears with 20,000 miles on them. This is a huge difference on an AWD vehicle and can cause major problems. I called the service department asking how they could only replace the fronts when they knew it could cause so much damage. The service manager said all he was concerned about was it passing inspection and not what would happen later. I then spoke with Mike the sales manager explaining the problem and asked how they could let this happen. He offered to sell me the rear tires for his price so they would be the same. I agreed and was given an appointment in 2 weeks. Well my PTU on my car gave out. Ford was not going to warrant the part because they said it failed because of the tire difference even though it has under 22,000 miles. After some complaining they agreed to replace the PTU as long as I replaced all 4 tires with new ones. So here I am buying 4 new tires on a vehicle that I haven’t put 2000 miles on. I called Mike at Kia and all he would say is sorry. Not very good customer service if you ask me. I would advise anyone looking to purchase a vehicle to question if this is the type of dealership you want backing you if you have a problem.