I've known Joey Lapenes at Omega Motorsports for over 12 years now. Bought several cars from him and he is one of the only guys I truly trust in the auto industry. In an automotive world full of slick sales guys and pushy "finance managers", Joey is truly a breath of fresh air. He is always honest with his feedback on the vehicles and never tries to push something down your throat. He takes the time to understand what you are looking for and how much you are willing to spend then applies that knowledge to make sure you are getting in the right vehicle for the right price. I have never felt pressured, always felt like he was doing the right thing for me and my family. I can honestly say I have never had another car buying experience like it. If he doesn't have the car he will do what ever it takes get the car or send you to someone who can. Joey's not only a terrific family man but just an all around great guy. Even after moving to Orlando, I still make the drive to Jacksonville for cars as I wouldn't buy from anyone else.
Great work truck
by AZSparky from Phoenix,AZ
December 1, 2018
Perfect truck for my needs as a contractor. Strong engine with plenty of power for towing. Roomy and comfortable interior. Rides very smooth on highway and local roads.
You can expect to Always have front hub problems /wheel barrings I've replaced them 3 times in 2 years as well as rear fenders over tires rusting from little plastic caps covering xxxxx on the inside of fender . It's starts to rust from the inside between fender walls and eventually thru paint. really poor design flaw to put xxxxx in the fender wall for people that drive on salty roads in winter . I have no rust thru the whole truck anywhere else due to being down south most winters but 2 since I have owned it. I barley drove it for about 2 months in those winters and the fenders rusted thru . But I'm 218k miles and it runs great still . And rest of paint is in good shape . You can also expect to replace factory speakers. They just quit. Front Transfer case seal. As well as the usual front end stuff . Wiring harness for rear tail lights. They fill with water and short out so I suggest drilling a pinhole in tail lights to drain water
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