This bunch of ( Good ole Boys ) like to take advantage of senior citizens. They sell you a lemon, that has been in there shop 4-6 times in less than a month. The problem with the jeep is still there. They just dont know how to fix it. When asked to get a jeep of equal value to replace it with - they have one in stock, same year , same miles, same condition, same price, you would think they would replace there lemon with this jeep. But, oh no , They wanted nearly $3000.00 dollars more for this same jeep. The all mighty dollar is more important to these folks. More important than doing the right thing, to keep a customer happy and returning every couple of years to trade with them. Well, there loss.
I would steer clear from this dealership, especially if you are a senior citizen on a fixed income. I really dont know how they have remained in business as long as they have.. Im sure doing business in this manner was not a part of it, or they would have folded up in ( 1927 )
Yours truly, Taken advantage of, in Indiana