I wanted to be optimistic about my experience however now I see I was just being gullible. I recently got a vehicle from here and Thomas Nissan of Joliet has completely swindled me. I know that on average people can expect to need a few repairs to be needed with any used vehicle but this is ridiculous. The first problem I had was that I had to wait a week or two after doing the paperwork to get the vehicle. However they explained to me that they needed to replace the catalytic converter before they could legally let me drive it off the lot and I understood and no longer was upset about it, I was even grateful. In hindsight they gave me 6 weeks before my first payment was due and then took 2 of them for a repair and that was unacceptable. This was also why we had to wait until the day I drove it off of the lot for a test drive, which in hindsight was also unacceptable. A couple of weeks later after signing all of the paperwork we did a test drive around the corner and we noticed a couple of things and I was told to contact them about the the minor issues like the brake light, license plate holder and the noise I heard and they'll schedule a time for me to bring it in so I said okay and left with with my new (used) vehicle. I had called twice and never got a response so I decided to go there the following week and when I did I would mention the other issues I found so far like having to put air in the tires daily. At this point I was still being naive but I figured the It's impossible that they sold me a broken vehicle because it came from a dealership so I didn't see any urgency in hounding them lol and yes this is my first time buying a vehicle. Later on that same week I failed an Uber inspection and I was legitimately surprised because the those inspections don't require much so that made me go to Jiffy Lube and get another inspection. Jiffy Lube said my tires were bad, my brakes are bad, my top brake light is out, I have a cylinder misfire, a evaporator leak, absolutely NO OIL and possibly a bad catalytic converter. After they told me that i wen't to the dealership immediately and before I even stepped out of the vehicle the salesman who sold me the vehicle approached me and asked me what was up. I told him that I just left from getting an inspection and that they told me that there was no oil in the vehicle. He said that's impossible because they just did an oil change before giving me the vehicle and asked me to pop the hood. I popped the hood but told him that I also saw that it was empty and that I just left from there so it's full now. He asked where I went and then suggested that I go somewhere else and have them inspect it because the places like Tire Kickers (the Uber inspection place) and Jiffy Lube don't know what they're talking about and then suggested that the oil was full because Thomas Nissan of Joliet gave me an oil change before releasing the vehicle to me which wasn't true at all. He mentioned how much of a deal I got on the vehicle (as he did every time any concern was brought up) and then said he's going to talk to his boss and see what they can do but regardless there's nothing that could be done that day but there wasn't any promises because I already had the vehicle for 3 weeks at that point. I have currently had the vehicle for 3 payment cycles and because of how it sounds I get pulled over weekly. There's a loud scraping/rattling noise that's probably coming from the "new" leaking catalytic converter that they claimed to replace. I don't have $2000 for repair like that. I don't have $2000 to replace a slipping transmission either. I highly doubt that this vehicle will make it 12 months let alone 41. It should be criminal to set people up like this. I wrote a Google review and the "owner" replied and gave me a number and told me to contact the general manager Sean Hargrove but that was no help. I've been calling almost daily since I got that reply and the general manager is either always busy, in a meeting, or isn't there.