I bought a car and they told me that someone had bumped the front end into a pole and said it was nothing serious. Almost a year later and I’m having... so many issues, I’ve spent over $2k in repairs alone. It’s one after the next. Guess it was more of a serious accident. Now I can’t get rid of the car because of the issues so I’m stuck with it until my loans paid off.
After taking a test drive and having a mechanic look at the vehicle, I made an offer based on needed repairs being completed. The front brakes were gone... and a tie rod needed to be replaced. These things would be required for it to pass inspection, and no current inspection sticker was in the window. They rejected my offer. The next day they called me back and accepted my offer, and I told them I would come out to put a deposit on the vehicle until the repairs were done. They said that would be fine. I showed up at the lot to make my deposit, and the truck was gone. They told me they sold it after they had talked to me because the person who bought it paid them more than I was offering. Of course, they didn't call me to tell me this before I drove 30 minutes out of my way. That's just bad business and gives an indication to the type of people you will be dealing with.
Salesman attempted to lowball me without even hearing about my trade. I would never go there.