After an aggressive sales pitch this week my mother bought a car from this dealership only to find out by the bank that they paid a significant amount of money above market value and the bank recommended approaching the dealership. Current laws in most states except California protect the seller, not the costumer, in transactions that have taken place even if dishonest deal. In corporate America a deal is a deal, but success is built in trust and this dealership is not to be granted any business for taking advantage of their customers. When my mother returned to talk to the manager about the incident and potential solutions, rest assure, she was treated with disrespect and quite a bit less enthusiasm than when she originally greeted at the time of the sale. Beware.