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Germain Toyota
Germain Toyota Lies and deception. Does not honor warranty. Naples, Florida
12th of Jan, 2011 by User370626
We bought a 37,000.00 2005 used Cadillac XLR with 10,000 miles on it from Germain Toyota, salesman Rick Essig. 10K miles! We also paid $1,400.00 for the Gold Plus warranty. We were told by management and Rick Essig that the car came with a bumper to bumper warranty for 90 days. The warranty we bought we were told covered everything except normal items like brakes, wipers ect, fair enough. NOT! On the way home from buying the car a warning light came on that the sensor on the tire was not working. Took the car to Cadillac and were told $370.00 for the repair. Called Germain Toyota the dealer and were told by Jamie the GM they would not cover any repairs and it was just too bad. Deal with it. The $1,400.00 warranty also does not cover the repair so we are out $370.00 in the first five minutes of owning the car. Germain Toyota is your standard car dealer who would rob their own Mother for a buck. Beware, these guys at Germain Toyota are going to screw you any way they can.


Germain Toyota is a scam!


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