Auto Max Delaware

Auto Max Delaware Chris Lucus Auto Max Delaware Chris Lucus Delaware Ohio!!. Hi I first bought a vehicle from automax about a year and a half ago. I drove this vehicle for about 6 months then the vehicle started to over heat. I took it back numerous time and the mechanics would tell me theres nothing wrong with it. I took it to an actual dealership to have them tell me there was no thermostat in the vehicle. I told Auto Max and they looked at it to only find out that there were blown heads and a crack in the engine block. The salesman called the finance company and got rid of my old loan but told me he was only able to put me into one vehicle. So after a year of driving my current car Automax put me in a technician told me that there was a huge hole in my resanator and most recently had to have another engine replaced, new head gaskets, new water pump and now they are saying that i have something wrong within the gas tank, and i need a new pulley system and belt for my super charger that was just replaced not even 6 months ago. Auto Max are selling damaged vehicles and are apart of what we call Auto Fraud and I would tell everyone not to go to there due to the issues and they still have not corrected or even contacted me back. Stay away unless you want a damaged vehicle sold to you at a higher price. You will definently pay more than what the vehicle is worth and they will take advantage of you.

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