Here is our story...We purchased a MINI Cooper from Northside Motors Inc. three days ago. It was represented to be in "excellent" condition, and to have been fully checked out by their mechanic. Less than one mile from leaving their business, the engine started misfiring. We drove to the nearest MINI dealership/service center where it was diagnosed with a $5000 engine issue that (according to the dealer) had been present for a long time (i.e there's no chance that the seller didn't know about it). Patrick Gillis, the owner of Northside Motors Inc., refused to accept the car back, or share any of the costs of the repair, even though we had just left his office a few minutes earlier and could not possibly have damaged the car. There is no doubt that they committed fraud, and completely misrepresented the condition of the car. It turns out that the entire engine has to be replaced with a used one (the cheapest option), which we are having done at an independent shop at a cost of over $4000.
I cannot imagine a more dishonest way to run your business.