Car Vision

Car Vision

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To start – They only gave me KBB instant cash offer for my trade-in. Which any fool that goes on kbb.com can do themselves and KBB will buy your car for the same thing they offer. They couldn’t even give me the lowest price for my trade-in on KBB. Also when I finally got home the next day and seen the vehicle in the sunlight it was full of swirl marks. It was so bad I had to bring it to the detail shop to have them get the swirl marks out. (and the stupid car vision decal they put on the trunk). | Of course, after I got the car back from the detail shop the owner informed me the front bumper and whole passenger side has been painted before. The carfax says clean no issues, Also as soon as I got home the brakes sounded like 2 bags of rocks grinding on each other. When I checked the brakes they all looked brand new, which they were but Car vision uses the cheapest pads and rotors on the market. | (API – Autopart international) you can look up the prices on rockauto.com for those brakes. You can get a whole set pads and rotors for about $45. Mind you these were on an Infiniti Q50S. Not a cheap car. | This was all in the time frame of owning the car for 1 week and a few days. They replaced the brakes (its fine for now but god only knows until they will go bad) Also I got pulled over in the car and the and the officer informed me my plate is still registered on my old car (so I’m assuming they take there good old time processing paperwork) Overall I was probably better off keeping my old car.

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