Open Road Honda Complaint - Greediness

Review by Mojatu on 2008-09-28
EDISON, NEW JERSEY -- I purchased a pre-owned car from Open Road Honda on July 17th, 2008. After driving it for a week it turned out to be faulty and brought it back to Open Road Honda. Transmission and clutch had to be replaced. After a day of driving, the engine warning light came ON and could not be fixed. By now the car had been brought back three times. When I offered to return the car as being lemon, I was offered $5,500 less than what I had paid for three weeks ago plus I must purchase of new Honda at list price. This is nothing but greed. The management turned out to be very rude and just did not want to talk to me. I also noticed that in the past when I take my other Honda for oil change, they always suggested extra work such as wheels requiring alignment or brake fluid needed replacement, which were never needed as I had double checked with a Princeton dealer.

Open Road Honda is the greediest dealer that I have ever dealt with, and will avoid them like plague in the future.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-09-28
Posted by spiderman2 on 2008-09-28:
How old was this car? Did you have anyone check it out before you bought it? Did it come with any type of warranty or was it an "as-is" purchase? The lemon law only applies to new cars, not used cars. More details on what you purchased are needed.

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