Used Pickup Trucks For Sale In Wisconsin – Indeed, Denise Sobering did not look closely at the used pickup truck he bought from Bull Valley Ford in Woodstock, Illinois, in early March. Then again, even a used pickup may not be in the condition of the reported used pickups – especially those that cost around $ 10,000 including taxes, licenses and fees.
Re-inspecting Ford F-250 Super Duty 2005 in Wisconsin revealed a number of sad weaknesses, according to Sobering, from Madison: “The gas tank is partially held in place by the ratchet strap and the box is not attached to the frame,” Sobering SOS wrote on March 26. “There is a stack of pieces of wood holding the box. The seat belt on the passenger side cannot be operated.”
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Sobering said the seller did not disclose this problem and at one point even acted to prevent it from seeing the bottom of the truck.
A federal mandatory buyer guide for the truck was not sent to him until after he took the truck home, found that he was entitled to the truck and asked, he said.
Equipped with a long list of charges, both Ed O’Brien, Bull Valley sales manager, or Jose Cazares, general manager of Bull Valley, did not respond.
“I am not a motor vehicle expert. I have never presented myself as one, “said Sobering. “I don’t think it’s true that someone who should be considered an expert, a trader, must take advantage of the buyer in this way.”
Sobering said that when he called the dealer to complain, Cazares offered a refund of $ 399 to spray vehicles that needed far more than the protection from salty roads.
He told SOS that he wanted to return the vehicle and get the money back, but on April 9, when SOS could begin working on this case, he had begun repairs and hoped the dealer would offset some of the costs.
It seems that it will happen.
“I was really willing to help him solve the problem with my best ability,” Cazares told SOS on April 11.
Sadar got an estimated cost of repairs and on April 27, Cazares said he accepted the offer. On June 5, he said the dealer had agreed to pay $ 3,000 of the more than $ 4,000 needed repairs. He expects to get a check this week.
Sobering says the dealer “ringtone” changes to “what can we do to make you happy?” After SOS was involved.
But he still goes with “bad taste in my mouth as far as dealing with Ford dealers,” he said.