Save yourself from being taken advantage of!!!I bought a car from these guys, everyone was very friendly, bought me lunch ect. I was persuaded not to buy a warranty as the car was a "great car." As soon as I made the purchase, they made me write a positive review online for them. On the way home, the car started experiencing problems. I called Exem and they said I was on my own to get it fixed. A couple months later, the car experienced engine failure despite only having less than 60,000 miles on it and a clean car fax! I would find out that the car had a "junk yard motor." I called Exem again and they basically said the situation was my fault for not purchasing the warranty that they talked me out of and that they would do nothing to help me.....Save yourself a lot of money and stay as far away as you can from Exem United!!!!
This used sales car dealership is not recommended to anyone. This dealership engages is fraud. This dealership sells you a car illegally with fictitious DMV tags, charges excessive motor vehicle fees of 1000.00 plus extra fees he makes up and provides you with a temporary tag for the car that he has not obtained legally and the car remains registered in the dealerships name with a never cleared salvage title. This dealership will then take all the money he can from you making it not refundable and when he knows he has been reported to the State of New Jersey DMV for fraud, will steal the car back from you and place it back into his inventory to re-sell to the next naive victim. The owner Darren Brown likes to use intimidation and threats as his sales pitch. The auto body shop owned by DMR runs a scam where they will steal good parts off your car for their own use and replace with bad parts so they can scam you. Everyone is charged a different price. This dealer took over 2000.00 from me and never issued me my tags. The car was not clear to drive and never legally registered. This dealer after ripping me off then stole the car back leaving me with money loss and no car.