I’ll start by letting all readers of this review know I have purchased 2 cars from EEC and had 1 lease.
First was a 2005 BMW X5. The car was fine for the first 10-15000k then of course ongoing issues however the extended warranty was somewhat helpful with those many repairs. And the end of the warranty, the usual BMW issues arose and there were the typical and somewhat expected failures. So, no big deal, I expect some issues especially with German vehicles which I’ve had many of prior to this BMW. Overall, a 2,5-3 Stars out of five.
Second car was a nightmare. Audi A4 Avant. Endless engine lights and many limp mode drives back to the shop. The personal time consumed was insane as these issues happened weekly and then daily prior to the engine finally letting go in heavily morning traffic.
Yes, it’s German. I know. I’ve owned 5 Audi’s and none were this problematic.
My issue was Paul and sometimes Hani getting upset with my frustrations. I was blamed for getting weird liquids into the fuel tank which they believed caused the many engine warning lights. I only ran Shell premium fuel but somehow I was adding water to the fuel tank...right. After endless bills and wasted drives to the shop, we worked out a deal for an 2010 Infiniti EX35. BTW, they had several similar issues with the same generation of Audi. Many engine replacements and the mechanic even warned me that I should avoid certain cars that they selll...not the cars...just certain ones that EEC likes to sell.
I should never have trusted them after the many issues with the A4, but I stupidly trusted them. I bought the EX35...what was I thinking.
I found out afterwards the Infiniti EX35 had undisclosed serious damage in Ontario which greatly reduced the value of my now completely owned Infiniti EX35.
Since I was attenpting to trade in my $30K Infiniti, I was expecting a fairly decent trade in allowance. Then the shock of $18K in undisclosed damage. Thanks guys. Now I can’t even trade in my car as it’s almost valueless and since I’m actually disclosing the damage, selling it privately is also a major nightmare.
I have no interest in dealing with them ever again. Do as you wish however, I would highly recommend investigating the vehicle to the very last nasty detail prior to any purchase from EEC. Better yet, go to an actual dealership and pay a little more up front but get a lot more peace of mind and eventually trade in value.
Please save yourself wasted time, energy and money. Go elsewhere.