After my experience with them, and after reading other reviews online, my opinion is that they will lie and mislead you to get you into the dealership.
Unfortunately I was directed to this dealership from the Jeep website. I saw the Jeep I wanted on their website with there price for it. I called multiple times to ask about any possible catches to that price and was told 3 different times that there were absolutely no catches, that there may be even more discounts because they are under construction. I also priced out my trade in on their website and purposely added miles and put it in worse condition to get a lower price to start at.
I they drove an hour to the dealer after being assured that the starting price of the car was what I was quoted on their website and over the phone. Once I arrived, and after about 30-40 minutes they come out with a price for the car $2700 more than what I had been told, and $3700 less on the trade.
The person I spoke over the phone straight out mislead (or lied) to me. She had multiple times to tell me all the different things I would have to qualify for to get that price. Again, she told me no catches, even after the 3rd time I talked to her. There were catches:
$1000 off if you are leasing a car in your household
$500 recent college graduate
$500 if you are a realtor
$500 if you are a farmer
So I guess if you are a farmer, in the reserves, who also sells homes on the side, recently graduated college and have a leased car, you are good. To me, these are all catches and they know most people won't qualify for more than 1 of those let alone all of them.
I wouldn't of had a problem if I wouldn't of asked before driving in, but the fact that I asked 3 times what catches there were to that price and was lied to 3 times, I would never recommend this dealer to anyone.
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