I purchased a 2005 BMW in September. From the first day that I drove it I had nothing but problems. I had to immediately take it to a mechanic for overheating. The thermostat had been altered when I asked the mechanic, why would someone do this??, he said to sell it!!! I now have over $1,000.00 in repairs in the vehicle and it is still not right. The owner of the dealership claimed that it was his personal vehicle and that he had been offered more than the asking price which I find very hard to believe given that he would have sold it for more rather than giving it to me for a cheaper price. I feel as though I was an easy target, given that I was out of state. The sales associate Flora not only transposed the routing and account number when I was going to the bank for a wire transfer of the total amount to pay for the car in full via text message, so I have proof, but also left out one of the zeros in the account number and so the wire was not properly completed,costing me an additional $250.00 more dollars so that I could get the car delivered to me in North Carolina, as my delivery guys were there waiting to load. I previously had the exact same car except mine was fully loaded. This car was claimed to have heated seats, dash display and so forth but does not. I also have aftermarket rims on the vehicle and it came with no wheel lock and I have to order that from Europe costing me even more money, so in the meantime, if I have a flat tire I'm basically out of luck. Again, if this had been the owner of the dealership's personal vehicle, would he not have the tool to remove the tire in case of a flat?? I have been to every local auto store searching for a wheel lock, they do not have it anywhere. When I called to speak to the owner about these problems he was conveniently out of the country. I also spent countless trips, time and phone calls to DMV due to a "mismatched title". I am extremely dissatisfied with this purchase. Would strongly discourage anyone from buying from this dealership and will be contacting the Better Business Bureau of Texas to file a complaint. If I lived in Texas I would surely go and pay a visit to these swindlers just to have them lie to my face I'm sure. ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE!!!!!