Texas Auto Review

I purchased a 2015 Challenger through the internet and had the car delivered. The car shows up having gone through something traumatic. There is wavy body putty work all over with a very poor quickie paint job to make the car look good at camera distance. There is collision damage underneath the front end with the radiator and cooling fan pushed into the engine. There’s a bad tire, an obviously replaced window and so much more, all of which cannot be seen from their many pictures. The cost to repair is over 13K. Car fax showed nothing. | We detailed all the issues, and they will not even respond. Frank and Miguel have their deceptive trade practices well perfected. After they secure your money, everything quickly changes.


  • Name: Texas Auto
  • Country: United States
  • State: Texas
  • City: Webster
  • Address: 16200 TX-3
  • Phone: 1 281-938-2000
  • Website: www.texasauto.com
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