Should you be advertising trucks that does not have airbags

Asked by Nov 19, 2017 at 11:15 AM about the 2001 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We recently bought a truck for our grandson from Grand Motors on Roswell
rd in Marietta Ga, and had to put brakes and other repairs on. Then we find
out it had been wrecked and didn’t even have airbags. We called the
dealership and they would not help at all. I want as many people as I can to
know what unethical people they are.

3 Answers

264,455

Thanks, but remember Cargurus is a listing ad site. They do not check listings. That is up to the buyers to do their own research/ due diligence. What did the carfax say, did you get a copy before purchasing? Get a pre purchase inspection from your local mechanic? All things I do before I buy a used vehicle. I would keep hounding the dealership to make things right, and contact the BBB.

264,455

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105,485

Yes contact the BBB, that rig should have been title branded.

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