Nice until you give them your money.
And then they want nothing to do with you. I understand the premise of an "as is" car purchase. However, I got the car I planned on purchasing picked out, they agreed to fix the minor issues with it.
The things they "fixed" go wrong.
And they refuse to fix their own mistakes, asking "why should we?"
I am contemplating legal action, but whether or not I go that route, I definitely wanted to warn others out there.
It's not just a shady dealership (as used car dealerships often are) but they pretend they're your friends the whole time, which is the most disappointing thing.