THANK YOU all for posting reviews on here and other websites realizing I dodged a huge bullet today. Car was advertised for "internet price" of $8100 which I could afford. Spent 4 HOURS with my brother and his woman dealing with the sales person, I think his name was DAVID WALKER (or something similar to that-spiked black hair, black eyes, works at Jones Superstore) and he never mentioned anything about minimum financing (he said it was $5000 minimum to finance and I told him I wouldn't finance more than $2000 because I had HUGE cash down payment within the first 15-30 minutes of coming onto the lot), $2600 "reconditioning fee" making the total of the car $10, 700 which he knew from beginning was not in my budget.
He must have lied a minimum of 10 times, probably as high as 20 and kept apologizing at the end knowing he had spent the last 4 hours deceiving us. He lied about cars being sold, couldn't find them cause of huge inventory, played dumb when going thru computer saying he couldn't find advertised cars I was able to pull up on my phone right then and there, the bank determines the prices of cars, never offered up car faxes, all cars in Maryland get $2600 fee added on to it, etc. etc. etc.
Jones For Lifetime also does not cover cars over 80,000 miles not to mention countless reviews I have read about people taking their cars in for their "free" oil change and people at dealership saying it needs repairs when it probably didnt. FACTS: Jones Junction isn't BBB Accredited, many bad reviews on several different sites with combined horrible ratings, even says on THEIR OWN WEBSITE (not cars.com, autotrader.com, etc. ) under Comments under cars advertised, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages.
Only thing I accomplished was putting more miles on other cars test driving them. Best advice, do you own research-read car faxes carefully (I know they dont show everything) and salesman have the reputation they deserve.