Purchase of a 2017 Dodge Caravan, GT
November 6, 2018
The salesperson, JT Prapotnik, was very helpful. The price was reasonable and the car had most of the items that we wanted on the car. I thought the trade-in was low -- $2,800 versus $4500 suggested in Edmonds. Also the newspaper advertising was somewhat deceiving. The bold listed price was about $23,000, but that included (in small print) a trade-in or cash of $3,000; thus making the actual price of the car about $26,000. Additionally, the window sticker (with the actual lot number of the vehicle) listed a navigation system. Again, small print, said just because it was listed didn't mean it was on the car. I thought the dealer should have installed the system or given a discount for the system not being installed. It was deceptive advertising.