I had a terrible experience with salesman George Mogollon at Pat Lobb Toyota of Mckinney. I went to look at purchasing a car there and found a used Merecedes on the lot. The salesman, George Mogollon, seemed like a nice person and showed me a binder that had written paises about him from previous customers.
George Mogollon told me that the car was in execellent condition and thatToyota of Mckinney puts every car through a rigorous 16 point inspection before it is put on the lot. I asked George if he would mind if I took the car to a mechanic to have it checked out. He acted like he did not want me to and said that I didnt really need to waste money on having it checked out since they already did that.
I went ahead and took it to an authorized Mercedes mechanic. He put the car on a lift and showed me it had a terrible oil leak and that it could cost thousands to get it repaired but he said it looked bad. [continued below]....
..... He said he would not know the extent of the repairs until he got further into the engine.
He also found that the car had probably been wrecked. He had a meter that measured the paint thickness. It showed that the whole front left side had been repainted-probably to due to a major accident; he of course advised me against buying this car. He said that a reputable dealer would not have put this car on their lot.
I took the car back to Toyota of Mckinney and told George Mogollon what the mechanic had said. He acted like he was mad that I had taken it to a mechanic and suddenly his personality changed from Mr. Nice Guy and he became very belligerant, which I am sure was due to the fact that he lost a sale he thought he had.
He started arguing with me and said the car was in excellent condition. I showed him the receipt from the mechanic and the problems with the car that were found, which were written out. He kept arguing with me and then basically told me to leave, which I did in a hurry.
I would advise everyone to stay away from Toyota of Mckinney as George Mogollon is not to be trusted and I really doubt all those written praises were from real customers.