"Good, but be prepared"
- Art Pratt
All right, it's a good dealership and a pretty good salesman. Just remember he works for the dealership and wants to put you in a new car. After saying that, let me explain. Cary was great in explaining the features of the new car I had selected after a few weeks of viewing the inventory via the internet. I can't remember the Internet persons name, but she was GREAT and set up the appointment with Cary.
The Jeep Cherokee is a great car but missing a few things I had on my Jeep Liberty - and this is where you need to be prepared. My Cherokee lacks a visor installed garage door opener which you don't miss until you don't have one - I had to buy a universal garage door opener. This Cherokee also lacks a CD player that was in the Liberty, but that's been replaced with SD card slot, multiple USB ports, a 115 v AC plug and a couple of 12 volt outlets so you can plug in just about anything you need.
Okay, if trading in a car - be prepared and stand firm. I left money on the table by not following my own advise. I'm not unhappy, just disappointed that I fell for the paper number reduction and didn't stay focused on the real dollar value.
Now I crossed state lines to buy, so if you do, you will have to deal with your motor vehicle department as well - they send a courier to meet you at the DMV with a check and paperwork - but bring your checkbook 'cause you'll need it. That wasn't explained too well, more of a "don't worry, it's easy" approach.
Like I've said, just be prepared and you'll be happy with this dealership.
I decided to look for a car with leg room. Cary understood and brought out a 300 Chrysler. About 50 Minutes later he sold it to me.
"Great Experience with Cary!"
Cary helped me find the car I wanted and was very helpful throughout the process. I would recommend asking for him if you're looking to buy a new car.