Not what we were told.
August 18, 2017
When we were sitting down with the salesman we specifically asked if the car we were negotiating for was the car we were test driving. The salesman assured it was, there should be no differences. We also said we wanted to make sure the key replacement and extended warrantee were part of the price we were negotiating, he said yes. We also wanted to make sure the payoff on the trade-in would be made before the next payment, of course it was a yes. Fast forward over 2 hours later, almost 8pm, papers have been signed after arguing about then adding on costs for key replacement, pulls the car up and it is NOT what we test drove. Salesman said boss said to get the other one. This one didn't have power seats, I was okay with that. It was late, we were tired and needed to go pick up our kid. We should have left the vehicle because once we got home it had numerous other differences. No dual climat control, no automatic front seats, no push button gold down back seats, no back up sensors, no keyless entry pad on the door (realised this only after locking myself out). Now 3 weeks later the payment for the old car has also drafted. Now we have to wait a month for that 450$ back too. Overall we had a bad experience and when we need to trade in for something bigger or buy my husband a new truck, we will go elsewhere.