I found a 2006 Ford Escape XLT on their website for $3,950 that I wanted to purchase for my son. I emailed Steve (who seemed like a nice enough guy) back & forth about the car all day & came in after work to check it out. Total waste of time. When I got there I asked for Steve but Robert told me since he is Steve's boss he would take care of me. The car I came in to see wasn't on the lot & we had to drive about a mile down the road to a garage to see it. I get there & the tag on the car says $6,900. $2,950 more than what the car is listed for on their website. 1st off, the pictures on the website are not the pictures of the inside of the actual car. The pictures on the website are a light gray fabric & the actual car is dark gray - & completely covered in black dog hair. I immediately asked about the price & Robert proceeded to tell me that there are 4 new tires on the car "they can't just give me for free" What?! The tires are on the car! There are pictures of the car with the new tires on it on their website & the price of the car is listed at $3,950 but he can't give me the tires for free?! Then he proceeds to tell me there are repairs to the fuse box I will have to pay for. Again, stating he can't just give it to me for "free". There is no way in the world a person with an ounce of common sense would fall for this. This is not the first time I am purchasing a car, I drive a brand new car so I fully understand how reputable dealerships work. No trustworthy dealer lists a car for one price & then tells you it's $2,950 more when you get there, then proceeds to tell you they're not sure if that is the final price either - all they can tell you is it won't be the list price of $3,950 because there is no way they can give you all of this "extra" stuff (LIKE TIRES) for "free". By the way, the Ford Escape (with tires) is still listed on their website for $3,950. This was one of the most bizarre experiences of my entire life.