It would seem Pioneer Motor Group has a history of selling "lemon" vehicles. Using the USAA Car Buying Service, my father and I found a "too good to be true" deal on a Chevy Silverado (i.e., low mileage and reasonable price) at Pioneer. We soon found out why the price was so reasonable: Sales Associate Frank Salce sold us a truck that had not been inspected per state law, only registering it for us and leaving us with the responsibility of getting inspected during the registration grace period. Soon after purchasing the truck, the brake line failed while my father was driving on the highway. The truck was towed to a mechanic, also certified to perform state safety inspections, who failed the vehicle during the inspection. After a back and forth with Pioneer Motor Group, they eventually conceded to make the repairs necessary for the vehicle to pass inspection. However, the process took several weeks and resulted in a second failure prior to finally passing inspection. A couple of months later, the fuel lines started leaking with an estimated repair cost of more than $2,000. Ultimately, my father and I traded the vehicle at another dealership, but at a loss of around $5,000. If you decide to ignore the warnings provided by myself and the other reviewers, I strongly recommend that you have Pioneer put the vehicle on a lift so you can inspect the underside of the vehicle and have the vehicle pass a safety inspection in your respective state prior to purchasing.