DO NOT BUY HERE!!!! #Dishonest #LiesI purchased a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat from here and was informed the car included a 3 year warranty. When I talked with Kearns about this car they told me it was the owners personal car and that he was selling it with only 2,500 miles. I felt the car was in good condition based on everything we discussed over the phone so I decided to purchase the car, a few weeks after I picked it up I took it to my local dealership for a software update - It was after I picked up the car that my dealership called to inform me the warranty was not valid and were I to bring it back or to any other dealership in the future it would not be serviceable under warranty.After several weeks of discussions on the phone with Dodge and Kearns it turns out this was not the owners car but was actually bought at an auction. In addition, the car was originally purchased and registered in Canada and at some point the car was transferred to the US improperly. This is why the basic warranty shows up, however what you don't see is where the warranty is actually valid - dealerships don't see this until they try and file a claim against the warranty...hence, servicing the car.LIES.Long story short - my car warranty is void in the US...where I live obviously. After talking with the owner of Kearns Motor Car (Steve), he fully admitted it was a mistake on their behalf as they went off of what their local Dodge dealership told them over the phone. He was not willing to honor the original warranty stated when I bought the 60k car, (it would of cost around 2k for a third party warranty according to him) and as soon as I mentioned bringing this up to the BBB he was in no way cooperative and hung up. I don't know if they were trying to pull a fast one or not but they would not let me return the car for what I originally paid nor would they honor the warranty, had I known the car's warranty was not valid I would have never purchased it!This should be an eye opener for anyone looking to purchase vehicles from here, move on to find another reputable dealership and review their feedback from several sources (Google, Yelp, Facebook, YouTube, etc...) to try and get a consistent perspective.