Do not, under any circumstances, purchase any used vehicles from Harmony Motors of North Carolina. They clearly do not properly inspect the cars they are representing, not even from the brands they specialize in. My name is Jeremy, and these are the facts. This was my first time buying a car, and I was looking for an early Porsche Cayman S. I had been researching for almost two months and legitimately shopping for two weeks. The market at the time was holding really nice examples around 31K; and ones a bit rougher, or with high miles at 18K. Harmony Motors had a 2006 Porsche Cayman S listed at 25K, with 46,200 miles on the clock, a clean CARFAX, and good service history. I inquired about the car saying I was ready to make a deal because I was preapproved. I was convinced at the time that this was the best example I could buy within driving distance. In addition, it was being represented by a certified Porsche dealer. I was told that it wasn’t in perfect condition cosmetically, and I replied that I was more concerned about it being good mechanically because its purpose is to be a daily driver. I was then told that the car was on consignment and that the price was the price, and I agreed to put my money down. When I arrived at the dealership me and the salesman walked around the car and he told me that the rear tires, air filters, and front trunk struts were replaced. Before I could get behind the wheel for a test drive, a dash light came up when the salesman started the car. We drove it down to the service department to diagnose the code. He got a tech to read the code, however the tech didn’t know what it meant, and cleared it telling us to bring it back if it popped back up. The dash light didn’t come back during the test drive. The only things I noticed during my walk around and test drive was that the spoiler button wasn’t working, and the odometer was at 46,8XX miles. Once I had it for a few days, I started noticing issues. The speakers were blown and very muddy, the car doesn’t drive straight insead it veers to the right, and I filled up the windshield wiper fluid only to have it leak out from under the passenger headlight. I took it to my local repair shop to look at those issues and the spoiler button. I also asked them to do my oil and spark plugs to start fresh. They then sent me pictures of the filters in the car and told me that the battery was ten years old (42/10 is european for 4th of February 2010) and I should consider replacing it. Their first repair quote was around $3,500. I asked them to remove the battery replacement and a few other things which got the price down to $2,700. I contacted Harmony Motors explaining the situation and they did absolutely nothing. I’ve never spent 25k before nor have I ever experienced such a lack of customer service in my entire life. Since the last time I spoke to Harmony Motors my brake and engine lights have come on. The brake light indicates that the pads are low, and the engine light says it needs repair services. The number of safety concerns this vehicle has is absolutely appalling and the money it’s going to take to fix Harmony Motors negligence is disgusting. Stay the xxxx away from this dealership!