My first Jeep ever..really wanted this truck. The advertised "no haggle" price is B.S. My salesman went back and forth for close to 4 hours. This is the old cat & mouse game. I was in hypoglycemic shock and when his co-workers came by (I was eating cough drops for blood sugar), informing him they were going out for food, he NEVER offered or asked his co-worker to get me something...anything! Instead he told me to go into the service garage and use the vending machine! Holy Jesus!..a $30k+ Jeep and not a buck for a frigging candy bar! Salesman talked down to me w/comments, "What are we doing here, I thought you were buying a car" and "if you don't buy I car, I don't get paid"...tough sh*t bozo! I asked about running boards to take my 90 year old Mom to doctors, groceries, etc. here in DC. I was told, they would be "close to $1,500" I offered to pay half but that was rejected. I recently got top[ of the line boards and had them installed all for <$500! The truck was missing a tonneau cover in the back to hide purchases (helpful in DC). This was a 1 owner used (leased) car and once again, this issue was wiped "under the rug". I complained to Kurt Klein (the ONLY guy at this dealership worth his salt) and he never forgot me and got me the cover. DC to Vienna numerous times now for 2 recalls that weren't fixed before the purchase, the tonneau and then today, what appeared to be a filled micro fissure on the front window which was also filled with white out! Naturally I was never asked to check this by trying a light razor scrape to avoid a trip to Vienna.While waiting for Star Glass The front desk person was EXTREMELY obstinate about authorizing a courtesy car wash to remove the slush splashes and dirt off my 2 month old all white Jeep. I stood at the main desk (which seems to be the confab "command post") until I finally got a reaction to my stares. There was one person back there and my vehicle was eventually taken to the wash. The glass guy arrived and said, "if it's washed, I can't work on it" so we're running all over to find my vehicle to stop the process. Bottom line, a MAJOR ATTITUDE from the USELESS front desk guy who when I said they have a relationship w/the glass company for 30 years(& he replied, "over 30 years") I asked him why in all that time nobody else had a similar issue, to which he replied, "we don't have to know this" I have been driving for over 40 years so I said, "I guess I can tell the police officer 'I don't have to know this' after a collision from not obeying a left turn arrow!" My advice from this terrible experience is: DON"T waste your time, self-respect and money here. This is a multi-faceted LOSING PROPOSITION (and corporate customer service does not return calls!). Shame on you!