Signed on a 2006 vw, told it was 07
Sold for 2,000 more than advertised. Illegal in CO.
White smoke, no ac, possible turbo seal leak.
After bringing it back and forth to the dealership to have it serviced, they didn’t do xxxx to it. Spent days looking for an experienced shop to work on turbo.
Requested car back as it was still driveable
Car begins to not shift correctly, probably due to a tuning before I bought it.
Car dies on freeway.
Call and ask dealership to take it back or else a lawyer will be involved.
They hang up. Turns out it was the owner who hung up.
Go down there and they said they hung up because I threatened to get a lawyer.
The car wouldn’t start and was left and the dealership was told where it was and to go get it.
When litigation began, before the due date for the arbitration clause, they want to settle if the car is brought back and they’re asking for the car.
There’s no reports of repossession, they can’t find the car.
Turns out Credit Acceptance, their in house financers. Are responsible for GPS location and they tell my lawyer that the LoJack doesn’t work and the last known location was a block from where I left it.
I see services pop up when I look up the vin on car fax. A service for when I wasn’t even in the state.
My lawyer finds out that the dealership are the ones to do the service.
I would remember if I spent $100 cash and $800 of the warranty. If I did, and based on the details I got from southwest RE, I’d still be driving that car.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS DEALERSHIP.
they lie to your face. Especially dean L gunter, and Adam Torres.