I purchased a Mercedes ml500 from the dealership in nov of 2010. I found out less than 1 year later the vehicle was a lemon, and Mercedes had just purchased the vehicle back. I contacted the dealership multiple times by phone, and received no return phone calls, it was not until I faxed a letter, and contacted a lawyer that Tim Stewart the GM contacted me back. He seemed willing to listen until he spoke with his lawyers, he said he had done nothing wrong. he seems to think that because the vehicle was used he didnt have to disclose it was a lemon, but the SC law was very clear on manufacturer buy backs, and it was never disclosed. I found a great lawyer to help me, but the dealership end up buying the Mercedes for what was owed, if I purchased another vehicle. the car was worth about 8K less because it was a lemon, and needed more than thousands in repairs. though I did not want to give this dealership a penny more of my money, I traded the vehicle in to get the lemon off my hand. Tim Stewart is [violative content deleted], and I would suggest doing business at an honest dealership, they offer nothing the larger Chrysler jeep dodge location dont.
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