I was a first time buyer planning on purchasing a used, “certified” Jeep. I was planning on trading in my vehicle worth $3000 via Kelley Blue Book. Firstly, they told me that they lost the key to the Jeep, so I was unable to even test drive the vehicle when I needed to. Secondly, when we began discussing finances, they offered me $500 for my vehicle trade in. They said their reasoning was that my vehicle was “unsellable”. After I said that wasn’t true and showed them the Kelley Blue Book price, they quickly came back and offered me $3000. Next, I expected a certified pre-owned vehicle to be in adequate condition, at least. But after taking the Jeep to a third party, non-biased mechanic for a pre-purchase inspection, the mechanic said he wouldn’t even charge me for the inspection because the car was in such bad shape. He said, “If you were my son, I’d tell him not to buy this vehicle, and stay away from this dealership.” Very true! The only warranty on this “certified” vehicle was a short 90 day dealer-issued warranty. No thank you!
They probably thought I was a clueless, young, first time buyer who’d be easily swayed into giving them more profit. I felt taken advantage of, and I will not be visiting any more Mac Haik dealerships.
WARNING: Stay away!