Buyer beware! I bought a used car from Don Brown and was 'taken in' by the dealership. The car had been in a minor accident with the previous owner, and I could see a tiny bit of body damage, but I wasn't concerned about the cosmetic look of the car so I bought it. I do not know a great deal about cars and didn't think to look under the hood. Turns out, the bolt for the front left headlight was cracked, so the headlight itself was loose. This is something that didn't become apparent until I'd owned the car for a year and a half. The dealership won't pay to get it fixed because they say it's no longer under warranty. My question is...why would they sell a car with this kind of problem in the first place? If you want to buy a used Chevy, I'd definitely find some other dealership. These people are not to be trusted (at least in my case).