Krug AutoSale of Totalled car

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Hi all. You can definitely tell some as.shole, that's right Daniel"As.shole" is responding with the messages back. Yes buying a used car is what it is. But when you go to Krug make sure the car isn't Totalled. Daniel told me he drove this car home everyday and it was great. I was purchasing a 2007 Hyundai Elantra for my disabled mother and elderly husband. My step dad was driving a few weeks after I purchased the car and hit someone rear end. The damage wasn't bad it was 5MPH. the headlight was cracked as well as the bumper. When they had it looked at by insurance Progressive Totalled the car due to it being Totalled the day of original purchase. My parents unfortunately went back and purchased another car waiting on the insurance money. Because I purchased the car 2000 Ford Focus from Krug they thought it was a reputable business. So unfortunate. This happened Monday. Tuesday the car broke down and its sitting at a repair shop. My parents were told it was a great car and just had its gaskets replaced. If their techs are anything like Daniel, they probably just told Daniel it was repaired and probably never was. Nonetheless KRUG AUTO SALES SELLS CARS THAT HAVE BEEN TOTALED. I hope this note finds people that are shopping with Krug and you think different about taking your hard earned money somewhere else. You'll be much more happy. One more rant. Daniel when I approached him today stepped up to me like he was going to fight me. Taking his jacket off and getting in my face. What you going to do BRO. Come at me Bi.tch. I'll take that business and shut it down. Fuc.king PUNK

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