Missrepresentation of Car Condition and No Reimbursment
I purchase a 2003 Audi from AutoTrader.com. The car was listed as mint condition and was priced at the "excellent condition " for Edmunds.Com. The salesman said that it did not have any known problems. I paid over the phone. I flew out that weekend. After flying out they had me sign an "As Is" form "since it had no warranty". The car had a small crack that I wasn't told about. Since I was already out the flight ticket and would need a return ticket it seemed like it was ok to eat that cost. 24 hours later the car broke down. $1,400 to replace all cylinders and lots more. They had the car in the shop for a week. 10 hours out of the shop it broke down again. 3 new cylinders and a new engine. $5,700 for that cost. This doesn't include $2,000 in flights, hotels, car rentals, and other costs. .. not including the frustration. I called the dealer. He said you signed an as is and its out of state so don't try reversing the charges. It seemed like he knew that he could lie all he wanted and I could do nothing about it. I told him I will file a better bureau report and whatever other legal actions I could. He didn't seem to care. Stay away from these guys. I did have 12 cars to choose from and this was the best deal ... or so it seemed based on the missrepresentation. Byer beware of this place: Coral Palm Auto Sales 3476 Fowler St Fort Myers, FL 33901-**** Local: 239-274-****
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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