[OtherFeatures]AWD, Sunroof, Navigation System, Heated Seats, Leather Seats, Remote Start, Driver Awareness Package.1-owner![CertifiedDetail]This vehicle comes with a bumper-to-bumper limited factory warranty that ends 7/28/21 or 50,013 and a powertrain limited factory warranty that ends 7/28/23 or 70,013.Price does not include sales tax, title, registration, or $199.75 service fee.[!@@Additional Info@@!]2-Way Power Driver Lumbar Control Seat Adjuster,2-Way Power Passenger Lumbar Control Seat Adjuster,8-Way Power Front Passenger Seat Adjuster,Automatic Dual Zone Climate Control,Body-Color Heated Power-Adjustable Outside Mirrors,Bose Premium 8-Speaker Audio System Feature,Bose Studio Surround Sound w/14-Speakers,Compact Spare Tire,Driver & Front Passenger Heated Seats,Driver Awareness Package,Engine: 3.6L V6 DI VVT,Following Distance Indicator,Forward Collision Alert,Front Bucket Seats,Front License Plate Bracket,Front Pedestrian Detection,IntelliBeam Headlamps,Lane Keep Assist w/ Lane Departure Warning,Lateral Mesh Cargo Net,Low Speed Front Automatic Braking,Preferred Equipment Group 1SD,Radio: Cadillac CUE Info & Media Control System,Radio: Cadillac CUE Info & Media Control w/Nav,Road Emergency Tool Kit,Safety Alert Seat,SiriusXM Satellite Radio,Tires: P235/65R18 AS BW H-Rated,Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic,Wheels: 18' x 8' Bright Machined Finish Aluminum
VIN 1GYKNDRS7HZ316843 may have been recalled. Check full report for more information
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General Motors LLC (GM) is recalling certain model year 2017 Cadillac XT5 vehicles manufactured April 16, 2016, to May 9, 2016, and 2017 GMC Acadia vehicles manufactured April 19, 2016, to April 22, 2016. The front brake calipers may have a torn or misaligned caliper piston seal which may allow brake fluid to leak.
Shame on you, and me too.
Customer Service: 1.0 Buying Process: 1.0
My wife and I are adding a third child to our family and needed a larger vehicle. We brought our existing SUV to trade in for a minivan. The figure they came back with was very low leaving us upside down on our existing loan by 12.5%. They assured us this was the "right price" for our vehicle and would not budge one cent. I should have picked up and walked out at this point refusing to let them lowball me, but we were already at the dealership for 2 hours and, noting the difficulty of the car search/buying process, I decided to complete the trade and buy the van. Shame on me. I now see they have listed the SUV we traded in at a price that will yield them a profit of 45% over what they gave us. The vehicle did have a broken mirror which was replaced but had no other issues and was in great shape. Assuming it cost them $1,000 to get it lot-ready (which is very generous), this would still yield a profit of 33.33%. They left me upside down by 12.5% to turn around and price the vehicle for a hefty profit after assuring us forward and back they were giving us "the right price". Right for who? So, shame on me for my naivety and unwillingness to line up child care to spend another miserable evening in an auto dealership, and shame on you, Johnson Motors, for being perfectly willing and able to take advantage of a regular person with a family to support. I most assuredly will not be returning for future business and can only hope this will keep at least one other person from being taken advantage of as we were.
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