559 Mountain View Rd, Williston, VT 05495
Fax: (802) 879-9541
Paya's Auto Inc
Specialties: Cars, Trucks
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DO NOT GO TO THIS DEALERSHIP!!This whole company is a Complete rip-off! My husband bought a truck from them not even a year ago and supposedly they did an inspection on it and the truck passed. It seemed like the truck was in good condition. Ever since we bought it there has been multiple issues, huge issues that should have never let the truck pass inspection. There was a huge crack in the frame that we didnt know about, but if the dealership "really did do an inspection" they would have seen it clear as day. We took it to a mechanic and found out that all the wheel barrings were completely rusted through. We were driving a death trap and the dealership let us drive off the lot with it.
When we brought the truck back and told them all the issues, the guy flat out denied everything. When my husband tried to trade it in they said they could only offer him $1000, he paid $8500 for it not even a year ago.
Anything for a quick buck, dont trust this dealership they will scam you for sure!
do not buy from them! my car has had nothing but problems since my warranty was up! the breaks have had nothing but issues..the paint is peeling off and my center console that they "fixed" is still loose! I would not reccomend them! Peter is a joke to deal with i have been waiting for 4 months to get a disclousre form that i "signed" when i bought the car even though i dont have a cpoy of it with all the other paper work i signed! This place is a complete JOKE!
Let the buyer beware. I bought a 2009 Mazda from Paya's in Nov. 2012. I found that the air conditioning was not working and brought it in to be fixed. I was told that there was some rust that had been removed and that it was fine. I believe I was told this as they knew I was moving out of state and would not need to worry about it. It turns out that the compressor was seized and the belt broken and would cost about $2500 to fix. There is no way any competant mechanic could miss this. I also found out that the transmission was leaking and would cost another $500 or so. In addition, as I was driving south, the power steering light kept coming on and there was a slight jolt on start up. When I found out how much it would cost to repair, and after watching the paint peeling off the front bumper for several months, I traded it in and got $3500 for a vehicle I paid $12900 for only 7 months before.
Bottom line, think twice and then again before you buy a vehicle here.