I searched there website for a vehicle. After finding one, I had contacted the dealership, via email from there site, Asking them if this specific vehicle was available. It was a 2014 Grand Cherokee, with a msrp of $37980 and a sale price of $26616. That's over $11,000 in savings. I listed my preferred contact method as email. I did this for several days without a response. I tried again, leaving a contact number, but still using email as preferred method. Now they would call, yet every time they did they wouldn't say if the vehicle was there or not. They just said to come to the dealership we have many Jeeps in stock with great prices. Now after five days I received an email telling me that the 2013 Grand Cherokee was an excellent choice and I should again come in for a test drive. Well they didn't have any 2013's on there lot. The Jeep in question was a 2014. So after I replied back explaining this, I never heard from them again. Needless to say that Jeep is still there with a different price. A savings of about $1200. Now I can understand an internet error, in regards to the price, but they could have just said that. Instead they left the price wrong for over a week. Seems pretty fishy to me. A bait and switch move in my opinion. Lour you there with a bogus price then try to sell you something else.
I'll never go near this dealership again!!
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