I bought a car from there and I ended up taking it to another shop to look at it. Now I'd not know how a car can possibly pass inspection with blown struts and bad rotors.
So I took the car for a test drive when I seen it and it drove beautifully. So I decided to jump through the hoops to get it. I have had it for 2 months and it shakes terribly. The front struts arebblown, they put New brake pads on and left old rotors on the car in which the mechanic where I took it showed me when it was on the lift.
I seen all the oil from the struts all over the place and also ran my fingers on the back of the rotors and I have never seen rotors so bad and the bushings in The back are all dried out. How can you sell something like this to someone. This all doesn't happen over 2 months. So they tack on a 2 year warranty for 2,000 dollars with a $100 deductible.
Well I'm going to show someone these rotors on the car and possibly contact the state about this and see how a car with bad struts and bad brakes can pass a nys inspection and I'll go from there. I'm half tempted to file a complaint with the attorney General and the BBB.
I'm paying on this car. I shouldn't have all these things go wrong 2 months into the sale .