I was in need of a car and went to Teryll Doyal Honda, and after finding the only car on the lot in my price range I was sold a 2007 Nissan Maxima. But after the financing department insured that the after Market warranty would protect myself and the car bumper to bumper, the warranty has covered absolutely nothing so far and there is almost $4,000.00 worth of repairs that need to be done as of now, in addition two months after buying the car the transmission was replaced. Realizing that I should have a read the small print and taking the time to go over the warranty before purchasing it I feel as though the financing department at Terylll Doyle Honda was misleading, knowing that rolliing the warranty into the car loan would cause me to owe more on vehicle than what the car is worth. Now, I need $4000 worth of repair and only paid $8000 for the car. I think that Terrell Doyle Honda was wrong in every aspect of this sale and highly suggesting the after market warranty to me, as well as not helping me in anyway with the repairs that this warranty was supposedly supposed to cover .