I bought a used Volvo S60 from March this past summer. They said it was in excellent condition and safety certified. I noticed shortly thereafter that the heat and air conditioner didn't work. I told them, and they fixed it. Later, after hearing strange noises, I took the car for an assessment to a Volvo mechanic and they found several faults including leaking front shocks, leaking CV boot, a cracked timing belt, and metal parts in the power steering fluid — things that should have been caught in the safety inspection. March refused to fix them. I then had them fixed at a Volvo dealership for $2,385.82, plus $152.00 for the initial assessment, plus $59.98 for car rental.
I then got a Carproof report which showed that the car had been in THREE separate accidents!!! I then contacted OMVIC who told me that these accidents should have been listed on my bill of sale, but they were NOT LISTED. OMVIC contacted the dealer, but March Ford refused to do anything further for me.
I understand from OMVIC that March Ford will receive what is referred to as an “administrative reprimand” for not putting this critical information on the bill of sale.
Needless to say, I am not satisfied with March Ford and I would not recommend them to anyone.