- Report: #1071755
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Complaint Review: new millennium
new millennium500 hiawatha blvd syracuse, New York USA
new millennium sold a vehicle that needed thousands of dollars repairs after 3, 000 miles. they purchase cars from an auction for little and sell the cars for thousands more without fixing them. head gaskets needed to be repaired as well as other things that should have been found during the 21 point inspection if really performed syracuse New York
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Purchased a vehicle from this dealer. They failed to inform me that there was major work needing to be done. i purchased the vehicle for $10, 099 before financing and after driving for 3, 000 miles problems started. Head gaskets needed replacing, coolant tubes clogged, spark plugs had been threaded wrong prior to my purchasing vehicle. Water pump leaking, stabilzer bar links and lower control arms bad. There original response to me was that I am tripping and then it was I bought a used car things go wrong. But after 3000 miles??? Reported to bbb and nothing came of it. Talked to someone who knows the owner (mike) and I was told that he purchases the cars they sell at an auction for little money and then sells as is for 10000 or more I know I was screwed by this company and that there is nothing I can do but I can prevent other victms from getting screwed by this company
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