- Report: #1061567
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Complaint Review: Car Cheer
Car Cheer2635 Lincoln Hwy, Trevose, Pennsylvania USA
Car Cheer Purchased a BMW. The ad said the car had been inspected and there were no problems with it. I had to put $2000.00 into this car just to get it road worthy. Trevose Pennsylvania
*Author of original report: BMW
*Consumer Comment: I'm a Little Confused Here
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I bought a BMW from Car Cheer. It was advertised as being inspected and had no known issues. I took it for an oil change and found out that the control arm bushings were worn out, the front struts were leaking, the rear shocks were shot, the valve cover gasket was leaking and it needed plugs as well. I got a second opinion from another shop (both very repurtable) and in fact they said the very same things were wrong.
I had to have it repaired to make it even safe to drive. After that, I had to spend an additional almost $100.00 to have a wheel alignment done. A week after all this, I started getting a message saying the brake light circuit was faulty. In all, I've spent $2000.00 so far for a car that was misrepresented to me. I have no idea yet what the additional repairs for the brake fix will be. This is unbelievable. Buyers beware!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/24/2013 07:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Car-Cheer/Trevose-Pennsylvania-19053/Car-Cheer-Purchased-a-BMW-The-ad-said-the-car-had-been-inspected-and-there-were-no-prob-1061567. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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