When you buy a car with less than 40,000 miles on it you usually expect to reach 50,000 miles without replacing the engine right? Well, not in my case. I financed a car here and less than 6 months later the engine has completely failed and needs replaced. I wasn't expecting them to give me a new car or cancel my contract, but was expecting that they would provide some assistance in the repair of the vehicle. Now I have to pay about 1/3 the total price of the car to get it repaired and this dealership wants to provide zero assistance. I have owned the car for about 5 months and use it to get to work and back home. I have kept the maintenance up on this car and do not drive it like a race car or anything so complete engine failure is just ridiculous. If you're into having someone sell you something and then not support it this is your place. Thanks for all of your help Richland Motors, I nor anyone that I talk to will ever step foot onto your lot again.
Pros: Hassle-free experience getting financed for a vehicle
Cons: Sub-par vehicles, no support once the car has left the lot