Sold us an expensive death trap
We bought used car in January. Within 2 days a faulty ignition switch would dangerously cut out while on the road (That same ignition issue that killed 124 people). We returned the vehicle, and asked if we could have our trade in back while they worked on the car. The salesman claimed the trade in "Was already crushed at the wrecker", which seemed dubious since it had only been a few days.
A month later the brakes started not stopping, It ended up being the rotors. We had only put on about 5k miles, so the brakes either weren't inspected or a choice was made to put it up for sale with the rotors badly worn. We bought the "premium" warranty but somehow the brakes set us back $600. The Airbag light is on and will cost another 400$ to fix.
Little things broken goes with buying a used car, but we purchased with Lakewood Ford and paid a premium over a smaller dealer because we trusted the vehicle would at least be safe.