Trusted Choice Auto Care Las Vegas Nevada

Complaint: Don’t use this business, we took our car there to get an engine. They charged us $1889, for what Leona said was a engine that only had 30,000 miles. She told us the car was in perfect condition, they had been over everything and it was fine!! We had the car for 3 days and the engine blew up, they towed the car back to their shop, after not answering the phone for 4 days and said they would fix it. After 1 month of never answering our calls, we got a hold of them and they told us we had to pay another $900 to put another engine in the car. We said no thanks, we were then told we had to pay them $65 for the tow or we can’t have our car. So far they won’t let us have our car back. This also has a 12,000 mile, 12 month warranty, that they won’t honor. We had to get an attorney (Marina Kolias of Las Vegas) to get our car back, they would never answer her calls either. So now we are out a car and $2000!!! Plus attorney fees, etc I have read other reports of this company online, Also, if they did this to you call the better business bureau. I think it would be great if all of us got together and did a class action lawsuit on this company. DON’T USE!!!! Diana Las Vegas, NevadaU.S.A.

Tags: Auto Dealer Repairs

Address: 2600 Dalhart Ave #101, Las Vegas, Nevada 89121 Nationwide U.S.A.

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Phone: 702-388-8778

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