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TASCA FORD - TASCA SCREWED ME BIG TIME !!!!!!!

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Review by Lisaros5 on 2012-03-30
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CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND -- Bought a 2007 mercury mountaineer for $18,200 at tasca RI. I tried to give it back 12 HOURS into owning it. 1st the truck had no defrosters and they made me leave in the middle of a snow storm because they were going to close and had to order parts. Didn't offer me a car that I can see out of the windows 4 days later they call me to bring it in so they fixed that well couldn't drive it cause windows fogged up so after that was fixed I got to drive it and realized the muffler was loud and the transmission was hesitating so I took it back they basically told me I was crazy, so I took it to a transmission specialist and I WAS RIGHT, the torque converter is gone and the overdrive so I brought the paper back to TASCA and they offered to put me in another car 2 MONTHS LATER still no other car and the truck not fixed. Filed a complaint with the RI DEALERS BOARD and now I am going to call channel 10 and channel 12 news and also contacting the BBB

SO MUCH FOR SATISIFING THERE CUSTOMERS

I TELL EVERYONE I MEET ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE AT TASCA


NEVER BUY FROM TASCA !!!!!!!!!!!
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-03-30
Posted by KevinTX on 2012-03-30:
Was there a Pre-Owned Warranty?
Do you guys have a LEMON LAW is RI?
Posted by clutzycook on 2012-03-30:
Lemon Laws typically only apply to new vehicles. There may have been a warranty, but it wouldn't surprise me if the vehicle was sold as-is.
Posted by Susan on 2012-03-30:
When purchasing a used vehicle it is always wise to have it inspected by an independent licensed mechanic prior to paying for it as most are sold "as is".
Posted by BigAl on 2012-03-30:
Even when a used car has a warranty it is very close to being useless. High deductibles and scant coverage plus most repairs must be in house so the consumer is at their pricing mercy.
Posted by trmn8r on 2012-03-30:
You are pretty much on your own when you buy a used car, unless there is a warranty of some sort.

Promises that the dealer makes are to be avoided - don't accept a car (or buy for that matter) with a promise something will be fixed. They should get it that way before you sign.

I'm sorry to say you are probably stuck. If you are not getting a warranty, it would pay to have a mechanic examine it before you commit to buy.

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