Oct 2014 06


This dealership is more concerned on selling cars & serving coffee & snack then it is in servicing the cars already sold. I bought a brand new Lexus ES 350 in 2012 I rarely used since I use public transportation to go to work. The car had 2,200 mi & kept floating to the left. I brought in in 3 times and it continued to do this. I took it on my own to a Wheel alignment place to have it serviced myself & it now no longer floats to the left. If that would have continued I would soon be needing tires. Is this the scam to sell me tires? If you are thinking of buying a Lexus go elsewhere do not go to Lexus of Edison.




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