Bought a used car with 30K miles. Everything went fine until the warranty was over. Bought a transmission that lasted less than a year. Six months later transmission fluid was leaking all over the driveway. Charged 600 dollars for new hoses. Maybe they should have been inspected when the transmission was replaced. At 11 months transmission making a banging noise. Sold a battery for 400 dollars. Was told the banging was a suspension part. Within 30 days changed the suspension part. The negative battery terminal was covered in corrosion. The mechanic had never bothered to spray pentrating oil to loosen it up but instead drove the clamp onto the terminal while still tight gouge the brand new battery terminal. Shame I can't upload the picture. Changed the suspension part still making the clanging noise. Take it back to the dealer and this time the diagnosis is the 11 month old transmission is shot because of antifreeze contamination. How convenient that 30 days have elapsed from their misdiagnosed repair to when the transmission would no longer be covered under warranty? Now they are telling me to buy a new transmission.