Beware! I was staying in the US for five months and needed transportation so I bought a Ford Explorer from Salem in January 2012. Salem was very helpful during the purchase and since I'm not from the US, he helped setup the insurance at AAA right. As I told him, I wanted to buy with the option of selling the car back again to him at the end of my stay. Although he could not promise to buy the car back, he would give me an offer when it was time to sell. I should have realized then that I should not have trusted him. At purchase the car cost me $6500 with taxes. The car turned out to have a number of defects and I fixed the car at my local Ford shop for $2000. When I contacted him after five months he was not willing to offer more than $1200 for the car. The car was now in a better condition than when I bought it! I was fortunately able to find a reasonable buyer on Craigslist. I think the biggest problem I have with ION cars is that they give an impression of selling high standard cars, when in reality, at least in my case, it turned out to be a major disappointment - and Salem must have known this when he sold me the car. So please don't make the same mistake I did and let yourself be fooled by his smooth customer handling and trusting personality.