I went to the dealership. For starters I was the only one wearing a mask. No employee was adhering to the laws. That was on June 30, 2020. I drove no further than 4 miles, and let the engine run for 10 minutes while I checked over vehicle systems. I found a blown front speaker, the humidity sensor was non functional (unable to engage recirculation), the wiper fluid was releasing lie on the left, and not working on the right. This is usually an indication the vehicle was in an accident, when none were reported. Please note, not all accidents are reported. At that point, the engine threw a code. Plugging in my code reader, I discovered the code U0002. It was stored in the engine memory 2 additional times. This means someone wiped the codes before I saw it.
I took the car back to the dealership. I expressed the problems to Joe. He went to find his mechanic only to discover he went to lunch. Without addressing the problems are resolvable, Joe wanted to enter into contract and was pulling one out simultaneously. Never do this. That means you have 72 hours to cancel the contract, which you'll find hard to do. I asked him to call me after his mechanic had a chance to look at the problems. I also stated I would not engage in contact without retesting. He never called. No surprise. BTW, when I went back, nobody was wearing a mask. Customers were walking in, and they too had no masks.
I called today 7/1 and spoke to Joe. He couldn't even remember me. I inquired about the car. He said "Oh yeah, they fixed that engine thing", he had to order the humidity sensor, which to no surprise would take 3 days. At that point I'd be bound by contract. The car was still not testable, but he wanted me to enter into contact because "he has had a lot of people asking about the car". This is common pressure tactics. I said if he sells the car before it's repaired, so be it. He was still trying to get me in there to put down a deposit (enter into contract), at that point, I'd had enough. I told him I'm not interested, and am not going to buy the car.
I'll tell you right now, the U0002 error couldn't have been fixed yesterday. Something was not communicating with the PCM and or ECU. Either one or both arei working, of at least one part was not communicating. Tracing that down cmeould take a couple of days. They just erased the code, problem solved. They were addressing 2 of the 4 issues. And I'm not really sure they addressed the U0002 error.
My advice, if you intend to purchase anything from this place, have a mechanic check it out. Test it for at least 2 hours. Or, better yet, go somewhere else.