Valley Fair Auto
The salesman seems like a reasonable person at first, because he seemed to respond to negotiation. The price went down satisfactorily, however I soon realized this was the case only because of the extensive repairs it would later need.
This was my first time buying a used car so I thought this is a dealer so he has to be selling me at least a safe car. Once I bought it in full with a check, he removed some stickers on the windshield and handed me the keys, but as I stepped inside I realized the windshield was cracked in two places. I angrily demanded that it be fixed, or I be reimbursed before leaving; he only agreed to pay for half.
A month later, the car needed repairs costing over $1000 through no fault of my own. Now, after owning the car for about 10 months, the car has had to have nearly $3000 in repairs, almost half the cost of the car. Most of these repairs were necessary as they would have an effect on my safety.
My assumption is that the dealer bought it at an auction for cheap, did some quick cosmetic fixes (stickers over a cracked windshield...) and made quite a bit of profit, while not caring about his customers safety at all.
0 stars. Not recommended.