Normally, I'm really thorough before making a purchase, so in any car-buying situation, the buyer always has to acknowledge that any level of getting screwed is on them to some extent. I accept that as my responsibility. However, the other reviews are dead-on. I definitely got screwed. Get ready for a long read.
I was looking for a basic car for cheap, just to get me to and from work locally as my wife's office relocated to Tempe and I took a new sales position and gave up a company vehicle. I admit I know nothing about cars, so aside from the obvious, I won't pick up any issues. Well, I took the car for a test drive and it ran fine, no noticeable issues. I asked the salesman if there was anything wrong that I needed to be aware of, and asked him to be honest and let him know that if there was, it didn't mean I wouldn't buy it, I just wanted to know what I was getting into. He said there was absolutely nothing wrong and promised that their technicians went over the car top to bottom and found nothing wrong. Bought the car, got it home, and little things started falling apart. It was all cosmetic at first, so I fixed what I could and had them replace the sun visor that fell off. Bad signs, but I figured it was superficial and I needed the car.
Well, a few months later, more started falling apart and more half-fixes became apparent. The frame of the center console was broken, the motor on the passenger window didn't work, the license plate light was taped over with electrical tape and shoved back in, and all sorts of issues popped up. Not normal wear-and-tear issues from me driving it, but a laundry list of issues and damages that had obviously been discovered by the "technicians" and hidden to make a sale. And I'm not one to stereotype or be judgmental, but after seeing their "technicians", it was really just a group of Hispanic laborers in the back with screwdrivers and electrical tape.
I sold the car to a friend for super cheap after fixing what I could, because he was in a desperate situation and I bought a new car. He took it to a legitimate mechanic and, direct quote, he said any dealership that sold that car with the existing issues he found on top of what he noticed from my description are "***holes". A cylinder was shot, factory hoses were never replaced, etc. I know that anyone should take that with a grain of salt, because it's easy for a mechanic after the fact to point fingers at the last place to deal with it, but still...the mechanic was pretty surprised and said that any dealer with actual mechanics who looked at the car would've known that the issues in there were obvious and needed to be addressed before selling the car.
So, my two cents, don't buy from this place. There's a good chance, from what you can read in these reviews and my own experience, that you're being sold a car with existing issues and the dealer is more than comfortable lying about it or citing their electrical tape-certified "technicians" as assurance that the car is in perfect shape. It's a used car place, sure, but this isn't the place to buy from.