First off I will not ask for sympathy. This is Just a review of the business and my detailed experience with the establishment.
I purchased a Jeep Wrangler X 2005 with 72,000 miles in “good faith” after a short test drive not driving over 40MPH on the back road behind Jeepies. After signing an “as is” statement and preparing to drive the Jeep home I realized I had made the worst decision of my life. I had to use the interstate for transport but I quickly noticed that driving over 55 MPH my vehicle was “darting” into other lanes and figured it might be something small like my wheels were out of line. Boy was I wrong. After about 100miles/200miles through the trip home my Check Engine light came on when a loud “knocking noise” came to my attention. I pulled my vehicle to the side of the road around 11:00 pm. The next morning I called the man I purchased the vehicle from. He said he would assist me in repairs. I towed my vehicle to garage and after a new cam shaft I acquired a $1500 dollar bill. Now after the Jeep was running well I had to figure out the problem with the steering capability. I took it to another garage and the total bill with tow was around another $1500. The Jeep has had more problems since these bills; and stayed at the shop longer then I actually got to drive the vehicle. After driving the vehicle for 24 hours after all repairs were completed I traded it in for a new Jeep at a reputable company in my hometown.
Total cost of Jeep: $13000
Total cost of repairs: $3500
What I got when I traded the vehicle in: $9500
Like I said. Im not asking for sympathy over a poor decision on my part. I am only warning future customers of these “big city” con artists that will tell you ANYTHING to get your money. Do your research, look around, and always drive the Jeep to a trusted mechanic that will give you his honest opinion.