Country Hill MotorsScam Revealed

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When I was employed at Country Hill Motors I got to see first-hand just how crummy used car dealerships could be. They claim in their adds that they don't sell cars from auctions but that is only because they have other dealers get the cars. The owner does go out to the auctions but has other dealers take the cars and then they get the cars from those dealers so it doesn, t look like they sell auction cars. When I was employed there my job was to go pick-up these cars from various dealers We would bring them back, detail them, and stick'em on the lot without anybody looking for any problems. Although they claim that they inspect and service all cars before putting them for sell. HA-HA-HA!! They only cover-up things that are noticable, like check engine lights. Instead of fixing the acctual problem the just hook up the diagnostics reader, go into the computer, and shut it off in the cars computer so it stays off just long enough to get someone to buy. Country Hill Motors is definetally the type of dealership that relly shows how low people will go for money, no matter who they have to step on to get it or who gets hurt by there scams. It is really sad to see some low income family come in because of the promise of a great deal and just be completely scammed ecspecially when the car dosen't run in a matter of months or weeks then BAM!! Right back down to nothing without a thing they can do !

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    dray1983 Jun 12, 2012

    Agree with this post 100%. I bought a car from them 8 months ago and all I am seeing now is all the stuff they have covered up in order to sell this pile of junk to me. Problem after problem, I have NEVER had such a bad vehicle. Bought a Honda from them for Honda's known reliability and it's been a nightmare since. It's dead in my driveway now, but if I could get it to a dealer to trade, I'd GLADLY go upside down to get rid of this crap car.

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    BEskile Jun 14, 2011
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    When I was employed at Country Hill Motors I got to see first-hand just how crummy used car dealerships could be. They claim in their adds that they don't sell cars from auctions but that is only because they have other dealers get the cars. The owner does go out to the auctions but has other dealers take the cars and then they get the cars from those dealers so it doesn, t look like they sell auction cars. When I was employed there my job was to go pick-up these cars from various dealers We would bring them back, detail them, and stick'em on the lot without anybody looking for any problems. Although they claim that they inspect and service all cars before putting them for sell. HA-HA-HA!! They only cover-up things that are noticable, like check engine lights. Instead of fixing the acctual problem the just hook up the diagnostics reader, go into the computer, and shut it off in the cars computer so it stays off just long enough to get someone to buy. Country Hill Motors is definetally the type of dealership that relly shows how low people will go for money, no matter who they have to step on to get it or who gets hurt by there scams. It is really sad to see some low income family come in because of the promise of a great deal and just be completely scammed ecspecially when the car dosen't run in a matter of months or weeks then BAM!! Right back down to nothing without a thing they can do.

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