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Business ManagementMr. Robert Young, President
Auto Dealers - New Cars
Alternate Business NamesYoung Dodge Young Mazda Young Volkswagen, Inc.
191 Commerce Park Dr
Easton, PA 18045
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Complaint: in July 2012 i purchased a certified ***** which still had the manufacture warranty and also purchased the extended "bumper to bumper" warranty ....when I was "sold" the extended warranty I was told it'd pick up once my certified warranty ran out. But now that I've had an issue with my car and contacted the warranty department they told me it expired in December of 2014 and that it ran at the same time of the manufacture warranty. I know when I was being sold the extended warranty I was never told it'd run at the same time or I can guarantee I would've never wasted the money on it. I've talked to plenty of other dealerships and was told they're trying to "pull" one over on me since they already got the money which is not fair. This was my first car buying experience and they have truly ruined it.
Desired Settlement: i would like a refund back for the extended warranty I purchased that was not needed and I was lied to about the coverage just for me to purchase it.
Better Business Bureau Complaint regarding ***** ******
Complaint: ID # ******** Guaranty/Warranty Issue
We reviewed all the documentation and history concerning the ***** ****** complaint and here are our findings:
1) *** ****** purchased the vehicle on 07/23/2012 as ***** Certified vehicle which carries a 12 month or 12,000 mile comprehensive warranty from the purchase date along with a seven year or 100,000 mile powertrain warranty from the vehicle manufacturer's original in-service date which was 12-19-2007.
2) *** ****** was offered at the time of sale/ delivery a "wraparound" service contract which would provide her with more comprehensive coverage around the existing 7 year or 100,000 mile powertrain ONLY warranty. Refer to page 2 of 10 of the service contract under “SERVICE CONTRACT PERIOD” which states the following; SERVICE CONTRACT PERIOD: Coverage under this Service Contract begins of the “Purchase Date” shown on the front of this Service Contract. Plan expiration is measured according to the Term of Mileage of the plan selected from the Manufacturer’s Original In-Service Date and 0 miles (not the “Purchase Date” and “Current Odometer Reading”), whichever occurs first. If no In-Service Date or the incorrect In-Service Date is entered on the front of this Service Contract, WE will us January 1 of YOUR vehicle’s model year to calculate Term expiration.
4) *** ****** was in on November 17th, 2014 for an oil change and there were no findings or discussion of any type of oil leak.
3) *** ****** then came in on February 23, 2015 for Pa. state inspection and an oil change (LOF) and it was discovered at that time that the vehicle had an oil and coolant leak around the timing chain cover. The ***** service team researched her warranty policy eligibility at that time to see if she had coverage to repair the oil/coolant leak, and it was discovered that her policy had expired on 12/19/2014 based on time and not mileage.
5) *** ****** had questions about her warranty at that time and had a phone conversation with the dealership Finance Director, Dylan M********. The conversation ended with both parties seeming to have a true understanding of her policy and its coverage limits.
6) *** ****** informed the service department that she was having the work done by a friend because it was going to be a lot less expensive to fix.
7) Since the policy expired on December 19, 2014, the repairs were not covered by the policy. Also, cancellation and refunds are limited to contract policy dates. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
Young ** *****
General Sales Manager
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Complaint: On 02/12/2014 My wife and I went to YOUNG VW. I was looking fro a 2012 VW ***** sport wagon. The salesman informed us that he did not have one but he had the standard *****. not what I wanted but we went for a drive. I was not totally sold but the salesman would give me $3800 for my trade in. He ALSO EXPLAINED THE COMPANY RETURN POLLICY's. 30 day return for =value on the lot and This was the big sale 14 days return to void the sail. THIS WAS EXPLAINED TO MY WIFE AND I as we sat across the table from him. I am a pilot so am away fro days at a time and as I was going on a 4 day trip the next day, this was the comfort point. I returned from my trip not liking the car. I called to salesman to tell him and find out if they had received any sport wagons over the weekend. No, so I would like to return the car. They then informed me that it was a 48 Hour return policy. I spoke to the used car sales manager."you signed the paperwork, you bought the car, you should have read the fine print ". But the sales man explained the "fine Print". The sales man the called back to tell me they had a 2013 sport wagon on the lot they would give me $1000 less for the car(new *****) and I would have to come up with an extra $7000. I then went to the sales manager for the company. I explained and asked for Keep both cars give mw $1500 for my trade in and we both walk away not happy but not totally sold down the river. It was explained to me they had expenses that needed covering, =only $1500 for the trade in. I was told no. If I wanted to walk away I would walk away with nothing they would keep both cars. I was the told they could try and fine me a ***** Sport wagon(previously they could not). OK 2012 not black or red about 30K miles and about 20 K $. They came up with an 2011 and black!!!! At this point I realized I was going to get nowhere with them at all. I dropped both cars off and walked away with nothing. Loosing my trade in($3800). How is it possible that they are able to return a car in 2 days but not in 5 !!?? I feel totally lied to and cheated.
Desired Settlement: I think its only fair I should get at least $1500 for the trade in.
26 March 2014
The Better Business Bureau
Re: ID *******
Dear ******* ********* ,
I am responding to **. ******* ***** complaint about a 2012 VW ***** *** purchased from us. **. ***** has stated he was not sold on the vehicle he purchased but we were giving him $3800 for his vehicle. That statement is correct, we would give him $3800 for his trade against any vehicle he would want to buy, new, used, sedan or wagon. Never was it stated to **. ***** that he had 14 days to return the vehicle. Our “Risk Free” policy is clearly marked on all vehicles and is advertised on our website. Our risk free policy is presented in writing to every customer and is signed by the customer at time of delivery. **. Allan did sign our risk free disclaimer at time of delivery. He purchased and took delivery on 2-12-14 and he contacted us to discuss return the vehicle on 2-17-14. We explained to **. ***** that after 48 hours we report the transaction, to the state and submit the tax, and to the manufacturer to start the warranty on the vehicle. We had also put his trade in through our service department and had spent money on repairs and services. We could not just unwind this transaction. For these reasons our return policy is 48 hours.
**. Allan asked us to find him a ***** Wagon *** (diesel) model, however he wanted it for less than the selling price of the sedan he just bought. We tried to find his requested vehicle but had no luck in finding it. The price he wanted it for, $20,000.00, made it very difficult. After a few more days **. ***** contacted us stating that he would be happy if you would just by his vehicle back. On 3-15-14 we purchased the vehicle back from him, paying off the loan for a total of $ 20,136.53. We were not obligated in any way to buy this vehicle back but we did. We honored his request to buy the vehicle back, but now that again has had a change of mind, we must respectfully deny his request for $1500.
Very truly yours,
Pre-owned Sales Manager
[To assist us in bringing this matter to a close, you must give us a reason why you are rejecting the response. If no reason is received your complaint will be closed Administratively Resolved]
The sales manager called about a week later with a Black 2011!!!!
Finally I do understand they had expenses, As did I and I thought my offer of keep both cars but give me $1500 so I had something was a very fair offer.
I was not out to steal from Young. I have been a Young customer for many years. If I was given anything I would have remained a loyal Young customer.
April 18, 2014
*** ****** *********
The Better Business Bureau
Re: Complaint ID *******
Dear **. *********,
We sincerely regret that there is an apparent misunderstanding with **. ** regarding our Money Back Guarantee period. We believe that we have provided more than ample disclosure of our 48 hour period in order to avoid this type of misunderstanding. Let me explain. Our 48 Hour Money Back Guarantee is prominently displayed on our web site, as well as on the window label of every applicable pre-owned vehicle. By way of process, during vehicle delivery a printed customer copy of it is read aloud and provided to our customer by our sales consultant, who then presents an acknowledgement copy of it to the customer for his signature. In this particular transaction, our sales consultant emphatically denies having stated that our money back guarantee period is 14 days as **. ** has stated. For our sales consultant to make such a statement would have been an immediately, obvious contradiction with our provided written policy and that would defy logic. Our sales consultant has been on our staff following our sales process for over 30 months without such a claim and he has maintained a high level of customer satisfaction throughout his employment. Indeed, both **. ** and ***. **, have signed the acknowledgement copy and **. ** has stated in his recent message “…I admit I did not read all the paperwork…” Thus, we have no reason to disbelieve our sales consultant, but rather we do believe that **. ** is mistaken. A scanned copy of the signed acknowledgement is attached herein for your review.
As you know from the continuing statements made by **. **, he no longer wanted his 2012 ***** *** (turbo diesel) Sedan and subsequently desired a 2012 certified pre-owned ***** *** Sport Wagen. We agree with his statement: “I was told I would get my investment back on any car on the lot.” Our offer of an exchange within 30 days of purchase is limited to our current available inventory but we did not have a pre-owned ***** Sport Wagen on our lot in any configuration. Thus we offered to try to locate a vehicle for **. ** that matched his specifications. We wanted to make him happy if that were possible.
Both, our general sales manager, and I, spent several days searching the top three online dealer communities to find a matching vehicle of **. **’s specifications from a dealer willing to sell to another dealer, but we were not successful within **. **’s allotted time. To be clear, we did find ***** Sport Wagens available but none of them matched **. **’s specified colors, equipment and/or price limit. Please note that our offer to buy a vehicle for **. ** did not include our purchase at an unlimited price. Also please note that some dealers are not inclined to sell highly desirable vehicles to other dealers. Additionally, please add to **. **’s statement that our alternative offer of “…a 2013 model and spend about $5000 more!” was not for a pre-owned vehicle, but rather was for a brand new vehicle and a model year newer than his, which makes his statement more accurate and understandable.
For comparison purposes, the price of a new ***** *** Sport Wagen is nearly $3000 higher than the price of a comparably equipped new ***** *** Sedan. Keeping that $3000 higher price in mind and comparing it to **. **’s price limit of $20,000 for a Sport Wagen, which is actually $732 LESS than the Sedan model he purchased, we must conclude that **. **’s expectation was not realistic. For additional comparison purposes, it is also important to consider that the cost and value of a Volkswagen Certified Pre-owned vehicle, such as we offer, is several hundred dollars more than a non-factory CPO vehicle.
Nonetheless, the most significant detail in this matter is that **. ** presented us with a financial offer to settle this matter and for the sole reason of making him happy, we accepted it. In our opinion, because he again had another change of mind after the matter was already settled to his satisfaction, does not provide a valid reason to warrant an additional financial adjustment. Thank you for allowing us to provide this additional information. Should you have any further questions or need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Very truly yours,
Pre-owned Sales Manager