Yeah, or when you buy a vehicle at night and over the next few months you discover you have scratched soft top windows, spiderweb paint cracks on the hood, a rear main seal leak, a front pinion seal leak, bad u-joints, a sagging rear passenger spring, a bad fuel pump, and faded seats and roll bar covers, and a window that's all chipped to hell. Oh, and a bent tow bar.
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Kinda like when I bought the Dodge truck I am driving now. After about a month it started to overheat and I found out the head gaskets were gone. I contacted the warrenty people and they had never heard of me or my truck. The dealer took the money I paid for the warranty and never did send the paper work into the warranty company. Big shimozle, after 6 weeks I get my truck back, fixed, but still no warranty. Got the lawyer involed and now I have a warranty.
First off, I know I know guys. And sorry for even considering selling it, but my wife and I made a deal.
We always have a "nice car" and a "less nice car" - usually mine's the "less nice car", being the one that's just bought straight cash and not financed. Well, with the 07 unlimited I got the best of both worlds!
However, that came to an end - she wants a minivan-type car. So, we made a deal. We made a compromise on the "nice car" (I'll get to that in a minute), and I get to pick WHATEVER I want for the "less nice car".
So tomorrow I go in to sign the paperwork on an 07 Mazda 5. Google it, then come back and yell at me.
BUT I'm in the market for another Jeep! And ohhhhhh do I love getting cheap Jeeps and beatin em
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To me the "dreaded car buying experience" is a lot of fun. You have to take the attitude that there are many cars suiting your needs out there, and that none that you are going to consider is worth what they want for it, especially in this economy. If they won't meet your price/trade in then you walk out, as you finally did, with the satisfaction that you took up hours of their time leaving them nothing to show for it. Then move on to the next. It's been my experience that the Chrysler-jeep dealers are by far the worst, eben had one pull an orchestrated trick. After a test drive and 90 minutes of haggling, another salesman came in and asked for the keys to show it to "another customer", so figuring it was fake I grabbed the keys and handed them to him. When that didn't work they finally took my offer of $24k on a Liberty that was $32k on the sticker. My only experience with a Mazda dealer was actually pretty good.