This particular dealership tried to pass off a damaged vehicle as clean. Once they realized the mistake, they changed the vehicle description but called the repairs as expert. My mechanic pointed out numerous "non-expert" repairs including aftermarket parts, debris in paint, drill holes, ect. The vehicle sunroof also malfunctioned and would not close. Sure, they marked down the vehicle price about 1K but that doesn't make up for the existing damage and future problems. Really, nobody wants to buy a previously damaged car, there are better options. So they make a ton of money selling the customer a new benz, and then try to pass off the poor quality trade-in as clean and in good condition.