- Report: #721508
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Complaint Review: mike ward infiniti
mike ward infiniti5077 s Wadsworth blvd Internet United States of America
mike ward infiniti vehicle check ripoff/vehicle was brought in for prebuy inspection and they just ried to steal my buyer Internet
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for instance they said cars brakes were done to 2mm and 3mm and not true the had over an 1/8 of an inch so of course they put that in estimate for repair.
also claimed transmission fluid was dirty but the cap had never been taken off
same goes with engine coolant i went and had it tested at a auto repair shop that was unbias and it tested just fine.
they didnt like repair on rear of vehicle so they brought that up , what does a cosmetic flaw have to do with inspection report.
they brought up rust on brake rotors llike that is a problem i ahve never seen rotors that did'nt have rust
basically they did what they could to get my buyer into one of there cars, absolutley disgraceful
and upon my own check i had found legitimate iktems that they didnt find that were important like a/c had a leak and bright lights did not work , that is waht should of been in report,
they also had said every fluid should be changed and 30K mile checkup but if you read manual under schedule maintenance 1 which is normal driving none of htose items were mandatory, they are just thieves.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/24/2011 02:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/mike-ward-infiniti/internet/mike-ward-infiniti-vehicle-check-ripoffvehicle-was-brought-in-for-prebuy-inspection-and-721508. 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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