I bought a rather expensive bit of scrap metal from these people last December, in the form of a 2010 BMW 535i. I should have known I made a mistake when the onboard computer warned me of the first mechanical problem just as I was about to drive it off the lot.
The mechanic who supposedly knows BMW's was absent that day, but I was assured the problem was unlikely to be serious, and anyway the BMW guy was going to be back the next day, and he'd call me. He didn't, and as I was visiting family from out of state, I had to leave Texas the following day. A fact which the salesman was aware of. No accusations, just saying.
And yes, I know, buying a car far from home was probably a mistake, but for crying out loud, this wasn't Big Al's Used Car-Orama, you would think you could count on quality from a dealership where they've got $80k and $90k cars all over the floor. Another lesson learned.
Well, I have now had this lemon for almost exactly five months, and so far I've had to have it towed to a mechanic to have the oil filter housing and the serpentine belt replaced, and now I'm going to have to have it towed again because the transmission has gone out.
From of all of the positive reviews on this site, I have to conclude that these people are doing something right, at least with new Mercedes's. But they really ought to get out of the used car business, and people looking to buy used vehicles from them need to be very careful.