Stay away form these people unless your buying a car as is and expect to spend lots of money getting it on the road.
Bought a sienna van a coupl weeks ago. The purchase process was acceptable, nice people to talk to. Got it with a safey and small warranty. The next day after purchase I took it to a a Toyota dealership to to change oil, xmsn fluid and get a price on timing belt etc. The dealership found that a marker light and the license plates lights were blown. Not a big deal because I am installing a rear backup cam and have to take the panels off to do it and may as well change the lights while I'm in there. After I took the panels if I found that someone previously broke the rear defogger clip off and tucked the wire up inside the panel. Also there were no license plate bulbs installed. Don't get a safey at this place as many things may not be inspected. Yes you get what you pay for but when buying with a safey, one would expect things covered under MOT to be serviceable. Their response is what do you expect from a old car. Yes they did reach out to me but it's the same old story about it being an old van. They also stated on CarGurus that I didn't tell them about the car I traded. which is not true. I told them all abot the car and that it was only good for parts as it needed $2000 to $3000 in repairs which is why I was getting rid of it. BTW the old camry had four winter tires (about 80% left) and four michelin tires(also about 80% left). To go all the way back there and listen to the same old used car story is really not worth the headache. I learned my lesson the hard way about this place, I hope others learn from my mistake