I purchased a certified pre-owned convertible from Mercedes-Benz of Naples along with the extended warranty. Within a month of taking ownership I discovered that the driver's side seat would not incline forward to get passengers into the rear seat. I just assumed that the basic functionality of a car would be under warranty.
When I finally did take it in for service (3 months later), the first visit to service consisted of adjusting the seat cables and that did not resolve the issue. The second visit they replaced the cable (part that they had to order and that was covered under warranty) however that did not resolve the issue. The third visit, they replaced the other cable (again, had to order the part and that was under warranty), but that still did not resolve the issue. Then I was told that in order to fix it that they would have to replace the seatback and was informed that that would be covered under warranty, again they had to order the part. The fourth visit after I had dropped off the car, later that day I get a call in which they informed me that MBUSA rejected the warranty claim so in order to fix the issue, I would have to pay for the repair and that Mercedes-Benz of Naples was not going to assist with any of the repair costs. What?????
You would think that purchasing a "certified" pre-owned vehicle actually meant something... nope. I thought there were standards to follow in the certification process... I guess not.
As the dealership that certified and sold me the vehicle, you would think that they would stand behind their certification and product and take ownership of the issue and cover the repair costs, but as I found out they don't care about the customer, it's all about making money.
I will never purchase a vehicle from them again!