Fabulous, kind, personal, honest,would recommend to friend,family,and my own child, the best dealership in the Citrus Marion county area.
The car was sold and, I need a Element to transport my disabled wife. Then Mike, salesman asked if he could pray with me for healing for my terminal ill wife, which we did and I appreciated that very much. Very helpful, I would buy the right car from them , I believe they would be honest and trustworthy. Thx
Bought a truck from Williams Classic Cars on Ebay. Talked to Kevin, the salesman, who said the truck was in great condition. other than needing tires. Told me he would drive this truck anywhere. (I had to drive back to Tennessee) Had tires put on, flew down to pick up truck. On the way, he told me it would need brakes when I got home, but okay to drive. Within a mile after leaving dealership, transmission light came on. Called and he said it was a shorted sensor, but it would be okay to drive home. The tow light then came on. I pushed the button to turn off, it fell off. Checked oil and it was four quarts low. After transmission started clunking, turned around. Went to the dealer the next morning. They sent me to a transmission shop, who found the transfer case to be full of water and shot. The four wheel drive would not work. The oil pan was cracked and sealed with RTV. Had to rent a car to get home. Dealer said, "Oh Well, it was As Is sale!" After three weeks of rental car, got truck and drove home. Transfer case had to be rebuilt, the overdrive unit had to be replaced, and oil pan had to be replaced. $2700 plus two motel rooms and $530 car rental. Got home and found brakes to be totally shot. Required new calipers, rotors and brake pads and shoes ($720 in parts) One rotor was rusted into two pieces. Three calipers were rusted beyond repair. Radio was inop (but as-is understandable) but found it to be a Honda radio just put in to fill the hole and not even holed up. Was told it was not a flood truck, but all indications are that it is. There was also water in the rear differential. Again, dealers words were, "Oh well, it was an As-Is sale, and you got a good deal! (not so much a good deal after rebuilding everything. Watch out for this dealer!!!