Dealerships in new jersey are becoming more and more like sharks ready to get a piece of you as soon as you stumble into their territories. My last encounter with Ford of Englewood put my life as well as the lives of my family members and even other drivers on the road in real danger. The real problem is that the dealership did this legally.
After hurricane Sandy many cars have been flooded, but not all of them were reported to the proper agencies. Dealerships like Ford of Englewood are selling these not-safe-to-drive-cars to the public as clean titles with full value. The problem with having cars like that for sale is that they could collapse while doing a test drive. The dealers at Ford of Englewood appear to be experts at deceiving people by doing all what it takes to present a dangerous car as an "early Christmas present" as Steve, one of the dealers at Ford of Englewood, described the 2002 Chevy Trailblazer when I bought it from him for $5000.00. All rust was covered in black paint, all tires were washed and cleaned, the body of the car was recently waxed, and even the engine was shined.
When I discovered that the frame of the vehicle was about to collapse I couldn't believe he made me drive it on highway with my 18 year old sister sitting next to me. I tried to talk to the manager at For of Englewood but no one there showed any type of professionalism. I hired a lawyer and he said that the law protects the dealer because he sold the car without a warranty referring to the sale as "as is." However, I might still be able to get my money back, but it's not going to be a smooth process.
I made a little research on Ford of Englewood and was shocked to see that a lot of people were victims of his crimes, scams, and frauds. I'm writing this article because I want other people to be aware of what Ford of Englewood and other dealers in New Jersey are doing, and I hope you can help me. Ford of Englewood continually puts people's lives in danger for cheap profits. If we expose scam artists like them they'll be forced to either improve business quality or go out of business. My sister and I were lucky we didn't run over a pot hole while driving that rusty car on highway, other people might not be as lucky.