Well the first car I remember being bought from a dealership was a 1986 Ford Escort GT hatchback bought from this location, fast forward through life and my mom was bringing the old Escort to trade in for a 2003 Focus shes had for over 10 years. I decide one day to trade in one of my project cars for a pickup truck and the recommended salesman found the exact red Dodge Ram I have always wanted within my budget. Even went out of town to pick it up and bring it back and I didnt even haggle the price just paid in full. That warrants the 2nd star for the rust free low mileage Red Ram. After driving the truck for a few days it has obvious issues such as no front brake pads, just metal carving into the rotor, has a horrible vibration at 30-35mph and feels like the U-joints are worn. Simple things really but low and behold I take it in for the inspection that I was told would be about 45min-1.5 hours. At the 3 hour mark had to ask what was going on and was told work was being done that I didn't authorize, (its my truck now as its paid in full.) Finally the service manger came in after nearly 4 hours to tell me they replaced a licence plate bulb and I needed a new multi function switch. Well the multi function switch works just fine, on the Ram you can flash high beams or turn them completely on by pulling the lever just a bit more. I`m an auto enthusiast and just a parts specialist not a ASE cert. tech but I`d at least put the effort into inspecting the actual issues but they didnt even seem interested in anything I had to say. I will never go back for even free parts or service, I dont trust the people working on vehicles there.