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DriveTime - Junk Vehicle
My fiancé and I have pretty sub par credit so we didn't have many options for getting a larger vehicle when we welcomed our 4th child December of 2016.Early March 2017 we went to drivetime to find they actually had a few vehicles that would suit us.
The warranty made us feel better about getting a loan on a used vehicle with our tight budget. Two days after driving off of the Drivetime lot the engine light illuminated. Luckily they had the 30 day warranty so the issue was fixed for free but I had a gut feeling that was a sure bad sign and I should have take it right back and looked for something different while I was within the 5 day return guarantee. I gave Drivetime the benefit of the doubt as the manager there assured us they don't sell junk (don't they all say that).
Anyways two weeks goes by and it breaks down on me an hour from home with a vehicle full of children. We take it for a tune up as it was misfiring so badly it would not even accelerate right. Tune up was done and it was okay for a week but was still idling rough. Then it breaks down again!!!!
It has been in the shop since OVER 30 DAYS without a vehicle when we just spent every *** dollar we had towards something safe to trasport 4 children around and it can't even get us to get groceries and back. All of this time at the mechanic and they've replaced militiamen different things and it's still running very rough. We even have to pay $600 for another tune up because the spark plugs and coils were burnt up from whatever this mysterious problem is! Two computer systems burnt up as well!
It's still sitting at the shop as I type this because I'm terrified to put my children in this thing and then break down in the middle of a busy highway again and again.
This thing is a piece of *** and my payments are ridiculous for something more in reliable than my 25 year old car with 300 thousand miles.WHAT A JOKE!
Review about: 2011 Chrysler Town And Country.
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