Coast Auto Sales Buellton California

Complaint: July 10 2010: I bought a used convertible from a local used car dealership. I am handicapped, and found something locally I could afford. In finalizing the paperwork, I asked the owner if there was anything I needed to know about, as this was the most I could pay on a used car, and my disability makes it hard to get around to hitch rides, do repairs, pay for repairs. I made it clear, that I expected that I was buying a used car, but I didn’t want to have to do fix anything for awhile. Coast Auto Sales assured me I was paying High Blue Book because it was such a great car. I asked specifically if the roof leaked, he assured me it did not. No sooner did I get it home, than a visitor alerted me the brake lights didn’t work. I immediately had to replace bulbs and the brake light switch. The trunk lid didn’t stay up and needed lifts replaced. I also noticed the “service engine”” light was going on and off. I hadn’t had the car a week

Tags: Auto Dealer Repairs

Address: and was unhappy that all this was happening so soon. The dealer asked that I take it to the shop across the street from him. I asked this business to also check the brakes

Website: as it was purchased from out of the county

Phone: as they were noisy and inefficient. The auto shop got authorization from Coast Auto Sales to fix the problem. They’d however forgotten to check the brakes. Soon after I got a call from the dealer

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