Bought a car from owner Dave on October 13, 2011. It broke down in Londonderry, NH on October 19, 2011 and had it towed to their lot by AAA where it sat for 4 days without them contacting me. I went there personally and talked to them about it, where the mechanic told me he couldn't do anything without my keys, which I wasn't just going to leave in the car because the car was towed after 10:00 PM and they weren't open. After, the car was there for about 3 weeks where they had replaced all the spark plugs and coil. They still couldn't fix the problem so they sent it to Grappone Ford/Mazda in Bow, NH. The engine had been replaced by Mazda, which was covered under extended warranty through Grappone. I was not informed that I even had an extended warranty til my car went into Grappone.
They worked on my car about a month and a half. Then I had to replace my battery which my dad, Gerald Duford, had paid for it cause it wasn't covered under the warranty and Dave was not willing to pay for it. My dad paid $102 for the battery. Then I was told if I went and got the battery, that Dave would refund me the money. I picked up the battery and had to pay $18 to receive it. I brought the battery back to Dave on January 2, 2012 and he gave me $105 back in cash. My dad and fiance went with me where my dad had convinced Dave to buy my car back because it now needs a new catalytic converter and has an evaporative problem and the heat turns on and off and just blows cold air. Also Dave said it sounded like my transmission was going, which he informed me that it wouldn't be covered under warranty. So my fiance and I signed the car over to Dave, where we were told that he would pay off our loan. The loan is still in my fiance and my name. We called to tell him the actual price that's left on the loan for my car which is $7,964.51 and he's now saying we have to pay him $500 for him to buy the car back. I don't feel I should pay that money even though he didn't have to take the car back by law.