I financed a 2012 Honda Accord LX on March 6, 2015. I was repeatedly told by Alex Lakhani that the vehicle was still under warranty. I pointed out to Alex on several occasions that the rear seat/trunk pass through was broken. Alex told me that I could easily go to a Honda dealership and get it fixed because the car was under warranty. Now June, I went to the Honda dealership to fix the rear seat/trunk pass through. I learned that not only was the rear seat/trunk pass through broken, but the folding rear seat was not locking into place. I was also told by Gwinnett Place Honda that the warranty on the car expired in December 2014. I had to pay for the repairs. I confronted Alex. about his lies regarding the warranty, he proved to me that he was dealing with simple logic., Alex stated that the warranty on a vehicle does not run until the model year (2012), not before. Knowing that my logic is far superior to Alex, I know that the warranty begins to run when the car is originally purchased and that is is plausible that my 2012 car was sold to its first owner in 2011. My review of the warranty language confirmed my logic, not Alex's logic.
Posted: 6/19/2015 • Link to this review
We attempted to trade in a vehicle that we had purchased from here only to find out it had been in a wreck. We were given a REAL carfax that stated that the vehicle had been bought at auction with KNOWN frame damage in September of 2013. When we purchased the vehicle in November Automax provided a fake clean report. We are now negative $10000 in this vehicle and plan on contacting the Georgia Consumer Protection Agency since the owner is not willing to admit to his fraud and make this right. Remember, if it seems to good to be true, then it is!
Posted: 9/17/2014 • Link to this review