Last year I had purchased vehicle from Kuhio Auto Group for by transportation business. After a year of issues with the vehicle, bringing the vehicle back to their dealership shop, it was later found out that the vehicle had 100,000 more miles on it then what I had bought it at. After speaking with the General Manager and requesting that I get all my money back for this vehicle, he and the owner only offered to pay a small portion and allow me to keep the vehicle that was stated by their technician as unsafe to drive. Do you believe that was an ethical decision, or should they have just taken the vehicle back, paid me what I spent at their shop fixing the vehicle and my original purchase price? A year of stress was caused by this vehicle, especially driving with customers and kids. Is this OK?