Originally Posted by Reckerfox
Heart transplant, loads of cash on hand to buy a new Sedona, etc., etc. but yet you didn't do much homework before buying the Amanti? It's not all Kia's fault. I think us buyers have a duty to do our own homework considering all the information on the internet before we believe a dealer's sales staff and then buy a car. No matter what brand there are problems. If your dealer is truly as bad as you say, then why not warn people here of his name and location. One more thing, I would never buy a car so far away from a dealership as anything can go wrong and I might need to see the service dept. quickly. My dealer is outstanding and never a problem with warranty or their staff. I wish you good luck with the car and your health.
Paramount Kia of Asheville NC
740 Tunnel Rd, Asheville - (828) 298-6006
Salesman's name was Chris Hughes
I didn't buy a car 'as is', I bought a car with a warranty and protection against manufacturer's defects. I have refered the matter to Roy Cooper, NC's Attorney General's Consumer Fraud Office.I posted here hoping to get some feedback as to what might be the issue with my car. The car is mine, I bought it and willing to repair it and get my cash back through our court system.
I owned a repair shop and was forced into retirement with my affliction. The money I spent was out of my retirement fund. I am still young and the money will be missed in twenty years. Nobody will lend you money, regardless of credit history, if you are expected to die.
I didn't expect such harsh criticism and knowing how quickly your health can turn on you, on bended knees I ask my God to bless you and your family and keep you and those you love healthy.
I think I came to the wrong place...