I bought a used vehicle at this dealership in September. The dealers were all nice and friendly, seemed super honest, willing to make a good deal. Test drove the car, seemed solid. Paid cash for the car, and just to be safe, purchased an extended warranty for $600. The car broke down twice in the next week and a half. Took it back to dealer both times, and they supposedly fixed each time, claiming it was a minor thing like a wire not hooked up properly. Then car broke down again. At this point, we had had the car exactly two weeks. I decided to call the warranty we had purchased, and take the car to my own mechanic. Called the warranty, they don't have any record of me having a contract. They asked for my contract #, which I did not have. Warranty told me I should have had a warranty contract in hand when I left the dealership. However, the dealer had told me they would file everything and I would receive warranty in the mail. Warranty company emphatically told me this WAS NOT how it worked, I should have had warranty contract in hand. So, I go down to the dealership, and they tell me the warranty I purchased was not effective for 30 days, but for just $175 more, I can upgrade to a warranty effective immediately. I told them this was funny, because they had verbally made a big deal about my warranty being effective from day one when I purchased the car. The dealer, Hamid, pulled the "you had everything in front of you to read" act. Long story short, I refused to leave their office until I had a warranty contract in hand. They printed out a warranty contract with a purchase date of that day, which is funny, because I had given them money for a warranty two weeks prior. However, the warranty was effective immediately. So, I take car to mechanic, $3000 worth of repairs are needed, none of which are covered by the warranty. I take it to a second mechanic, same bad news. Also, work the dealer claimed had been done such as some front end work and timing belt... you guessed it, not done!!! So fed up, I traded the car in at Neillo with full disclosure of all its issues and bought a brand new car because at this point I would rather have a car payment than deal with an unreliable vehicle. Now that I no longer have car I purchased at Roseville Motor Sports, I can cancel the warranty and get my $600 back, right? Wrong, I just called the warranty company, and they have not received payment for this warranty from the dealer yet! Warranty company is following up with Roseville Motor Sports, but at this point I am not hopeful of the outcome. It looks like I will have to waste my time at small claims court if I hope to see that $600. As for the $5000 I lost on the purchase of the vehicle, I know I won't ever see that again, since I bought the care 'As Is'. I take responsibility for trusting a hokey corner car lot in the first place, I am just posting this to hopefully protect other consumers from these crooks.