North Hills Used Cars Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Complaint: I was referenced to North Hills Used Cars and owner Chuck Lantzy by my girlfriends dad who has known him since they were kids. Chuck sold me a 2005 Cadillac Deville for $3800 and i gave him a trade in for $600. So I payed $3200 myself. Two days after I got the vehicle there was a loud noise comming from the engine. He replaced the powersteering pump after i purchesed the part myself. The noise still presisted. After I took to to another repair shop (owned by my landlords parents) they suggested I take it to Cadillac for a proper diagnosis. Cadillac stated that i needed a new AC compressor, water pump, my engine leaked oil and my transmission leaked over 4 quarts of fluid in one month due to an internal housing of the 3rd clutch leak, meaning that the transmission needed to come apart to fix it $$$$$$. I then talked to the other repair shop and they said that they did not do any dye tests on the vehicle and that since cadillac said some one did a test thay chuck more than likely knew about the problems. I then went to talk to chuck with my girlfriends dad and he denied everything even though I had documented proof and basically tried to fight me because of it! Stay away from this place and Chuck Lantzy!!! He is a crook and a piece of S***! Pittsburgh PA

Tags: Auto Dealers

Address: 3550 Spring Garden Rd Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA


Phone: 412-231-0411

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