This seller told me that they only sell quality used vehicles. The truck they sold me didn't have a spare tire, and one of the tires had cracked sidewalls where the ply stock was showing. They said nothing and let me drive away knowing I had a 100 miles to go. Less than 200 miles later, I had tohave the transmission completely rebuilt, new "U" joints put in, and the rearend repaired for a total cost of $3, 073. They are nothing short of crooks. Liars. And thieves.
Don't waste your time, energy or money. The Olds Aurora advertised 'a pristine interior'. I looked inside. This must be some strange, new definition of pristine with which I have not yet become accustomed to. It smelled like burnt oil with mildew thrown in for extra punch! When I went to the sales person to start the car up so we could hear it run. My husband and I are both disabled, so we had our service dogs with us. One weighs 9lbs and the other weighs 5 lbs. The salesman said, "no dogs" in the cars. My husband explained that the dogs were like medical equiptment, not pets. He said I'll check with my insurance man tomorrow. Come back then. Let's see, he gets a ZERO on the service dog thing. That's one federal law broken times two dogs. Then there's the second federal law broken by refusing access to the car because of our disability and need for a service animal. I'll post again when I've finished reporting Donnie Mills' crimes to the feds.
DONT SHOP HERE! I bought a 2003 Ford Taurus and was lied to by the salesman, Heath, who looked me in the eye, said he was a Christian and that he would not lie to me. He assured me that his mechanic checks out all the cars and that they would not sell anything that was not in good shape. He swore to me, after I said the brakes felt a little off, that his mechanic checks all the brakes and will replace them before putting them on the lot if they have less than half life. Well, either he is lying or his mechanic is because the SAME night I bought the car I took it to the mechanic and they found that the brake pads only had 3mm left on them (new ones have 12mm. Last I checked, 3 is way less than half of 12). The rotors were shot and had to be replaced and the drums needed maintenance. Total cost (with the mechanic taking pity on me and giving me a $177 discount) was $350.00. During the work on the brakes, they checked out the rest of the car to see if it was mechanically sound. Well, the oil pan is not only leaking, but someone tried to hide that fact by putting silicone over the bolt holes (hiding the fact that they stripped the bolts). Also, the transmission pan is leaking and so is the power steering pump. Not normal seepage, like Heath tried to say when I called, but leaking. Total quote to fix these problems (including having to retap and thread the bolt holes): over $600. Heath also told me the tires were good. Well, the day after I bought the car the front drivers side tire went flat. Took it to get looked at, found out it was dry rotted. . Cost for new tires: $492.When I called Heath the next day to express my displeasure, after having to be towed in to a tire shop for new tires and their mechanic told me all the same things, was that I bought a used car, what do I expect? He said the only way he would reimburse me for the brakes was if I brought in all the old parts to &quot;prove&quot; they were faulty because, according to him, there was no way they were bad. Never mind the fact that the mechanic SHOWED me they were bad and how bad the pads were worn down. Well, as everyone knows, which mean as HEATH knows, the mechanic shops don't separate and hold on to your parts in case you need them the next day. It is impossible to get the old parts to prove they were bad, so I am screwed on that. All I can say in summary is DON'T SHOP HERE! They will screw you over. You think you are getting a good deal, but after all the repairs you put in, you will have overpaid for your car.