On Saturday, 7/21/18, I called Roberts Dodge to check on a Lexus RX400h they had listed. The car was still available, and the salesman — Phil — told me it was just an older, high-mileage vehicle, hence the "wholesale to public" pricing. I drove 45 minutes to look at this vehicle. I arrived, and Phil was upfront that it needed a brake job. I asked if it was safe to drive. Oh, sure, of course, let me get the key. First, it wouldn't start. He jumped it and promised to have a new battery installed immediately. He then started saying the brakes were probably fine if the rust on the rotors were to be removed. I got in it, and there was a horrible, high-pitched squeal in the cabin. I asked what was causing it, and he said he didn't know but to put the car in gear and see if it stopped. It didn't. I drove it about 5 feet and gave up. He asked me to park it between two trucks and behind another vehicle. I did so, and when I hit the brake, NOTHING happened. The car coasted to a stop, but there were NO BRAKES WORKING ON THIS VEHICLE. I see the Lexus is still listed today, 7/24/18. Apparently, there's no law against selling a death trap.