In good faith, we went to this dealer to buy an Elantra. First thing, they told us our credit score was in the 500s. When we presented them with a printout of our score showing over 700, they said they made a mistake. They told us we needed a co-signer, we got one. They had advertised zero interest and then they told us we would have to pay 3.9% interest on a six year loan. They told us the first payment was not due for 90 days, or Aug. 18, 2013. We accepted the terms and signed a contract. We took the car home and two weeks after, we received a call from Larry Hall the general manager indicating they had made a mistake on the contract and that the first payment was due in 60 days, or on July 18, 2013 and that we should come in right away and sign a new contract. When we protested saying we have a contract, Larry said we had no choice but to come in and sign again with new terms. We called Hyundai Finance and they said no contract had been submitted or approved. They said it was between us and the dealer and if we didn't sign a new contract with the new terms, they could come and take the car from us. They were no help at all. We finally caved and went to the dealer to sign a new contract with the new due date. When we go there, Larry presented us with a new contract indicating the first payment was due on July 3, two weeks earlier than the original due date. When we asked why, he said Hyundai would only allow us 45 days and not the 60 days he had indicated earlier. These people are not to be trusted. There is something wrong with the way they do business. This is my first experience with Hyundai and it will be my last. I would never recommend them to anyone. They shoud be called "Bait and Switch Inc."
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