I bought a car from them a while back. I was still a learner, did not know much about cars. I bought this, believing dealers are the best people to buy car with as surely they are required to ensure the roadworthy of the car. My dad tested it for me briefly on the road and thought it was ok. When I picked it up a few days later, the true smell presents itself 1/2 hour into driving it. Extremely strong cigarette smell. We took it back they just sprayed air freshener and told me it will go away. Took it home.... smell remains.... Realised later that the coin box was filthy with cigarette ash, fully lined the interior of the box. Disgusting. Then I realised the handbrake, when pulled, did not stop the car from moving. I thought it was supposed to be used along with pedal break. Then a few months later, I finally find time to take driving lessons. The teacher told me that my handbrake was faulty. He tried it multiple times, the car continued to move forward unless I keep my feet on the break pedal! I cannot belief they can sell a car that does not function properly. Eventually I took it to the mechanic and it costs me $2000 to service it. Everything was faulty!! Terrible! If you were buying a car for the first time and know nothing about it. Better stay off. I'd rather buy from a private seller as they are obligated to bring it to a mechanic for a full check to obtain roadworthy certificate. I don't know what the dealer is obligated to do before sale. Another thing was, they told me it was a 2004 car, I later found out from the mechanics, it was 2003! Overpriced as well! I was young and naive back then. If it happened now I would have complaint them to the ombudsman / ask for my money back! Or I wouldn't have bought it from them to begin with.