I purchased 2 vehicles from dealer in Oct. a Ram 1500
and a Chrysler 200. Purchased both
vehicles in a package deal. I originally
went in looking for a truck to tow a camper and stated to the salesman (L.
Harris) that it needed to be able to tow 8,000 pounds. Looked a variety of trucks and settled on a
quad cab ram 1500. Due to the company
having large rebates on 2012 vehicles my wife and I also purchased a Chrysler
200. We traded in 2 of our vehicles for
a trade in value of $5,000 each for a total of $10,000, and wrote 2 checks, 1
for $25,000 and 1 for 10,558.50 bring the total cost of the deal, with rebates,
In early Jan. 2013 I discovered that the Ram 1500 will only
tow 6050 pounds, not the 8000 pounds that the salesman said. This is clearly a case of FRAUD.
I have tried to work out an agreement with the dealership that I believe is fair.
I would never have purchased both cars if I had known that I
needed to spend more for a better truck.
The dealer offered to buy back the the Ram 1500 truck for $19,000, a truck
I paid $23,738 for, a loss of $4,738.