Had the vehicle less than a year and they sent me to pep boys. Worst decision of their lives.
I found pep boys lacking in anything mechanical. They claimed my car was fine. Of coarse it broke down before i got home. Local salvage yard said they should have seen the problem.
Pretty bad when local salvages are better educated than high payed mechanics. Worst is that drivetime, or, Bridgecrest, as it is now called, sent me to these inept mechanics over 2 hours away. Yes, I hold bridgecrest solely responsible. I asked to have the insurance removed for engine repair.
The insurance never FIXED anything. And when the engine finally quit. Bridgecrest said that I was forty miles past my coverage. Yet, they still have not removed the added insurance for engine repair.
I am now consulting a lawyer to have Drivetime, aka, Bridgecrest, to pay off my car. I suggest anyone looking to by a car, go to an actual dealer. I bought my next car from ford dealership. Same down payment.
Whole lot less interest. Drivetime, aka, Bridgecrest, 24 to 26% apr. Ford place, 3% apr. I'll leave the math to you.
I am paying for for a car that is nothing more than a yard ornament. Worst investment ever. Drivetime, aka, Bridgecrest, are NOT to be trusted. I understand consumers wont get to read this.
Should have known you were based out of NV.
And I don't want to be contacted by anyone I can't trust. Thank you for teaching me to be aware of companies and people liken to yourselves.
Product or Service Mentioned: Car.
Reason of review: Damaged or defective.