I bought a 2003 Honda Odyssey with 75,000 miles from this lot and started having shifting and acceleration problems which equates to transmission problem the same day I drove it home, after having the car diagnosed by a Honda dealer, I was told that the transmission is failing. I called Texas Auto Broker and spoke to the sales manager, Ron who told me to bring the car in for a full transmission change, they kept my car for 10 days, a period which I was unable to work and after this period told me to come pick it up. when I arrived at the car lot, i was met by Ron who verbatim told me that my car now had a new transmission and that I should not be experiencing any problems with that anymore, but before I even got the car home once again the check engine and traction control light came back on , which was the issue initially before the car supposedly got a ""new transmission"" put in it. I called Texas Auto Brokers and notified them of this and they told me to bring the car back for repair once again, I live in Sugarland, Texas which is 50 miles away from the Texas Auto Broker's lot, so it's not a hop, skip and a jump away to say the least.. anyhow before i could take the car back to Conroe, i was driving along Highway 288 when i noticed that the car would not accelerate past 40 mph, then 30, then 20 i pulled over and before i could fully stop, the car died completely. I tried apply the break and it did not work, I tried putting it in park and the gear would not move, it was locked. My car began to roll down hill, with 5 screaming kids in the back and finally I was able to apply the emergency brake. I had to call a tow truck to have the car moved off the freeway and the tow truck driver commented on how the car had absolutely no transmission, because he wasn't able to put it in neutral to place it on the ramp. It cost me $140.00 to have the car towed, during all of these events i had been very patient and understanding with Texas Auto Brokers, but by now i was livid, I arranged for Texas Auto brokers to send a tow truck to come get the van, and they did, this was 4 days ago and i have not heard from Texas Auto brokers since to give me a synopsis of what is going on with the van, the loan for the van is already on my credit, so I am unable to finance another and Texas Auto Brokers are trying their best to stick me with this piece of lemon, SO FOR ALL THOSE WHO ARE CONSIDERING THIS LOT FOR A PURCHASE, STAY AWAY, THEY ARE CROOKS.
Cons: LIARS, LEMON CARS, BINDING ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN CONTRACT,