T. Johnson - 2000 Dodge Dakota
I have been looking for a smaller truck for a while now, so when I saw a Dodge Dakota there with low miles I thought I would take a look at it. After dickering for a bit we agreed on a price & the salesman said that price is only good if you close tonight, but I need to talk to my wife. It was 630pm and they close at 7pm. I talked to the sales guy and he let me call by opening the next morning with an answer from them. I thought that was great, and really appreciated it.
Next morning I put my deposit down and picked it up that evening. Drove it home, parked it in the drive, and came out the next day and it was leaking tranny fluid. YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! I bought it "AS-IS", so legally Velishek was off the hook. I was pretty upset and called them up and they said bring it in and we'll see what we can do.
Turns out it was just a leaky gasket from when they replaced the tranny pan. Velishek also took care of it free of charge; even though legally they didn't have to.
Morale of the Story: Even though they didn't have a "Legal" obligation to fix it for free, they did the moral thing and paid for it anyways without me pressuring them into it. It shows there is still some morality left in used car sales! Thanks Velishek.