My husband and I went in and bought a 2011 BMW 3/17. Of course we don't expect perfect, but the car only lasted 2 days before it overheated on him on the way to work. $1100 for the new water pump. The BMW dealership then did their normal visual inspection that they do and they were pretty disgusted with this vehicle being sold to us in the condition it was. We went on a test drive with Anna and the TPM sensors were not working and Anna (and she asked Atticus later) assured us that it was just a case of them not being synced to the car. THIS IS SAFETY EQUIPMENT!! The dealership took one look and said the tire pressure monitors had been removed. He said this is visible if you know what you are looking for, both Anna and Atticus told us they drive BMW's this should have been something they could tell right off, and Anna told us she had checked the tire pressure right before we arrived. THEY KNOWINGLY SOLD US A VEHICLE WITH SAFETY EQUIPMENT REMOVED!After the BMW's dealership inspection they found over $3000 worth of repairs that need to be made. we could have repaired our old vehicle for that without spending the almost 20 grand for something newer.
Atticus at championship motors is an excellent salesman with high standards and true to his word. They have proven that they are in business to keep it coming back. That's a good sign! And I will be going back in the future for my next car! Love my new jeep and would recommend both Brian and Atticus!
The car we bought from Championship Motors has been a pain. The car is now in the mechanical shop and needs another $2500 for the replacement of the engine.