I bought a 2000 jeep grand cherokee from this place about a month ago and didn't notice inspection sticker expired less than a week after I purchased the jeep. I called them to tell them it needed to be inspected and they refused to get it done even though it is state law (I have reported them to state police) when I took the vehicle to get it inspected myself it failed, needing exhaust work and a new tail light assembly. The state police had told me quantum would be responsible for fixing these items under state law. They still refused to repair until I threatened them with a lawsuit, then they fixed only the exhaust I purchased the tail light and changed it myself. Then a few weeks later I took the vehicle back to be re inspected and the mechanic came back and told me the vehicle was unsafe to drive because the dealership had installed a junkyard axle and driveshaft and they were installed wrong and on the verge of breaking. And the transfer case had been removed and reinstalled using a cheap liquid gasket instead of the required seals and was leaking really bad. Once again I had to fight with quantum and threaten to sue before any cooperation. I am currently having the vehicle repaired at a local garage now and the costs are going to quantum's warranty company supposedly. I wouldn't recommend buying a car here to anyone.