Deer Valley auto auction Phoenix Arizona

Complaint: I had sold my car and had a dealership looking for me a SUV. So I thought I would buy a another car in the mean time just until they found me the suitable SUV. I started looking on craigslist and saw a 2005 PT cruiser for $1,500.00 so I called. The person that answerd was Jason with Deer Valley auto action. He explained that this is a auto action and how it work. He assured me that they have a mechanic that goes over each of the vehicle as I was looking at to make sure they are in good running condition. He said he would not want me to buy a car that I would not be happy with. When we started the car after we purchased it the engine light came on. We got I home and it would not start. Took it our mechanic after a day looking it over. Here is the list of repairs to put it back in the safe driving condition. Water pump was shot, leaking head gasket, both moter mounts, rear shocks leaking, front struts, lower control arm, coolant temp sensor, oil sensor, timing belt. And who knows what. Its still in the garage. I have tryed to get ahold of Jason several times in which he will not answser. I have also left messages with him with no reply. The whole thing is I would not have not purchased the car from them if he had been honest and said he has no idea abut the condition of the vehicles he sales.

Tags: Auto Dealers

Address: 22454 N 21 st ave Phoenix, Arizona USA


Phone: 602-300-0008

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