I came to the dealership looking to trade two cars to buy one. They were able to find the perfect car for me, a 2017 GMC Acadia. The sales process was easy. Signing the paperwork was straightforward. However, I was told by the my sales person that she knew who traded in the car so that she would probably be able to get me a second key. After a week of waiting for the key to show up, I find out that there isn???t a second key and that I have to buy my own remote key for my vehicle. I think that they should have paid the money and provided me A second key. Now I have to pay for it out of my own pocket. It leaves a little bit of a bad taste in my mouth. So going forward, if you are planning to buy a car from them, be sure to write down everything that you expect them to provide you, especially if it is a used car. Tell them you want two sets of keys, otherwise you may end up having to pay for it yourself.
Best bang for the buck
by Go Pats from Massachusetts
January 25, 2019
I found this truck to be the best value, Hemi was a surprise bonus. I think I officially own a sleeper. I looked at just about everything available in my price range and feel I’ve done very well. The extra $$$ I’ve kept in my pocket was the cherry on top.
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