Buyer BEWARE. These guys are crooks!!!!! They hire sales people to roaming the states selling very poor mechanically unfit cars that are visually appealing and they are representing them as good buys. When in fact they need at least $2000 of repairs or more. Their sales people are selling in different states as if they are private owners and then are not liable with the state they are selling in laws, or their own state's laws. I tried to get retribution when I purchased a 2002 Subaru Forrester from such a sales person. Within 30 minutes of driving away the check engine light went on. We were told too bad the car was as is. I took it to my garage which was 1.5 hours away (reason why it wasn't checked before hand, I was not allowed to take the car). My mechanic said that the car needed new rear brakes, the right-rear rotor was gone and the head gasket was leaking coolant into the engine. I called the sales person back and he basically blew me off. I tried calling Keystone directly and left several messages which weren't honored. Finally, do not trust individuals with angelic demeanor that are selling cars, they will pull the rug from under you. Make sure you have any car you are looking at checked. If you find that the deal is too good to be true more then likely it is.