I purchased a vehicle from J.D. ByRider’s Colerain office approximately 2 year ago, late December 2014. It is a 2007 Chrysler Sebring Sedan. I was initially shown and even agreed to purchase a 2003 Chrysler Sebring, but was then told they were unable to sell me that vehicle but they had a “newer and better” car they would sell me, and even give me a discount since it was not the actual car I wanted. | I had issues with this car every few weeks since the car was purchased, but starting in mid-October 2015 is when the car starting having real issues with the engine and braking systems. | J.D. Byrider does provide a limited warranty but only the powertrain is covered by this warranty, so the repairs listed here would not have been covered. | Since owning this car my mechanic has replaced at least all of the parts listed below and more. The brake system parts have all been since October, and many of the parts have been replaced more than once. | Ignition Coils | Throttle Body at least twice | Throttle Body Sensor | Master cylinder at least twice | Slave cylinder | Fuel pump | Fuel filter | Brake pads four or five times | Brake rotors | Brake line at least twice | Calipers at least twice | Fuel injectors at least twice | Proportioning valve at least twice | ABS modulator | Electronic Control Unit | And various other smaller parts, sensors, lights, fuses and tools in order to have the work performed. | I personally have borrowed from friends and family, and have also taken out payday loans in an amount greater than 3820.00 trying to fix this vehicle, and my roommate, who has on occasion used my car, has put in as much if not more, simply because he is trying hard to help me. | Also, this car (according to my mechanic) was in an accident (the frame was compromised and the passenger door has been replaced) and J.D. ByRider told me it had not been in an accident when it was purchased. My roommate was with me when I purchased this vehicle. This is clearly a lemon. | Because of all of the repairs needed to try to fix this lemon, I was unable to continue making payments and the car was repossessed by J.D. ByRider, a company claiming to sell reliable used cars, and how they try to help people build credit. | It is also extremely telling that J.D. ByRider chose not to resell this vehicle themselves, but to sell it as scrap at an auto auction. If the vehicle was repairable (as they claimed it was, and they would have happily charged me to repair it) then why didn’t they fix the vehicle and resell it themselves. | The problem now is they are now wanting me to pay the remainder owed on this worthless vehicle. I car I couldn’t even drive while I had it. | I sincerely appreciate any assistance you may be able to provide.