Car Line Auto Review

Do Not purchase from this business, complete crooks!!! They sold my son a Mercedes Benz for $8,000, and its’s gonna cost him that same amount or more before he can get any use out of the vehicle smh. Just pure evil to do a young innocent man this way, it sickens me to think that my child is such a model and law abiding individual, but unfortunately trusted these fraudulent individuals who disgustingly ripped him off like this. | My son Vincent Irving just spent $8,000 on a Mercedes Benz from Car Line Auto in Stafford, VA and it’s been nothing but complete chaos since he drove off the lot, and now they’re not trying to compensate him. | He hasn’t even had the car for six months and it’s been in their (Car Line) shop twice, and he just took it to another mechanic today and the news he received was downright disgusting and heart wrenching. He’s stuck with the car, and will have to invest what he paid for the car or more into it just to get it up to par – drivable period. | We have countless text messages from the owner claiming to have fixed this and that, but nothing was ever done minus them somehow masking major engine issues, they’ve even gone as far as to spray paint in the dash to cover the should’ve been lit engine light, to indicate problems from the start.

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Name: Car Line Auto

Country: United States

State: Virginia

City: Stafford

Address: 3335 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Phone: 540-318-6711

Website: www.carlineauto.com

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