Ok, i purchased a car almost two years ago. This has become the car that keeps on giving. The first day i had the car the window became stuck half way down. The next day my blinker fell out of the bumper. The next week the exhaust fell apart. I purchased the car with one speaker in the front and one speaker in the back, no horn and no windsheild washers unknowingly, honestly i now know to check these things out. At about the third week i realized my car is two different colors in direct sunlight. Lucky me, this costs thousands to fix. The fourth week i realized my trunk severly leaks. The list goes on and on. The worst of all is that unknowingly i purchased a car that had an aftermarket turbo system on it, evident by the saws-all hole hidden by the cars intake for the intercooler piping. As a result the car burns oil at the rate of 1qt every 200-300 miles. Grumme did offer to fix this after some convincing but didnt actually fix the problem at all, after having my car for over a month. Oh i forgot to mention today i noticed that the paint chips off of my hood very easily, upon further investigation i realized my hood was at one time silver which was just painted over and as a result everytime something small hits my hood a large silver chip becomes evident. I am now stuck with a car that leaks/burns immense amounts of oil, i owe a lot of money on, whose body is out of line and diferent colors. I have spent a lot of money trying to get the car back to normaI, i went an entire week without headlights in the winter, anyone who works hard and late hours knows how it gets dark very early in the winter. Now i am stuck with the fact that the car needs a whole new engine. I hope they had no clue about the condition of this car when they purchased and sold it. If they did then shame on them. Oh i forgot to mention i was driving a few months ago and my stereo fell out of my center console, how is this possible?
Pros: not sure
Cons: either dont know what they are doing or are your stereotypic