Our salesmen Brian and Finance manager Steve did an amazing job getting us into a brand new vehicle when someone else would even give us the time of day. They didn't push or make us feel like we had to buy and just wanted us to be happy. They got us exactly what we needed and couldn't have done a better job. If you need a new or used vehicle go see Brian and Steve.
The sales people were very nice and extremely helpful, the problem came exactly 300 miles later when my engine light came on and I discovered a seemingly reputable dealer, will turn off an engine light, without fixing the problem, so as to sell the car at a higher price. This is dishonest and I would not expect it from a dealership. I was very disappointed to know they aren't as honest and above board as they first seemed. This blurrs a line that I thought was very distinctive between dealerships and buy here pay here car sales. I honestly thought that dealerships were trying to move away from the slimy dishonest reputation, but I was wrong. Just like it's illegal for you to sell me a house without disclosing what you know is wrong, it should be illegal for you to sell me a car without disclosing what you know is wrong. You try to justify it by upselling a $3000 policy, which allows you to be dishonest. In the end, it's the dishonest behavior that bothers me the most.
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