First I would like to say that I very rarely post reviews. I work long hours and don't have a lot of spare time so my time is very important to me.
I have been in the car buying prosses for many months now and have dealt with many car dealers over the past few moths. Some have stood out to me as great sales businesses. Such as the guys at Hampton Ford Hyundai, Ocean Subaru and even the Somersworth Rochester Nissan. Sadly none of them had a car that suited my needs as well as Port City Nissan did. The first experience I had with them is when I went in to just look over the cars available. I was greeted by a young sales associate, who asked a few questions and I informed him that I was just looking for the time being. Even with this information he kept pushing to go for a test drive with every vehicle I looked at. I figured that it was just a young inexperienced sales staff so I didn't think too much of it. Then almost a month later I had completed my research and went back to this dealer to test drive and talk prices. All threw the test drive I was told almost nothing about the features of the vehicle and asked if I was interested in buying or if it fits all my needs and would I be interested in purchasing the car today.
The vehicle I decided on had one price online that I was expecting to pay. Then when I came in I found out that unless you had $2,000 cash or trade, the price increased by that amount. Instead of being up front and honest with the price online they excused this trickery on a competitive market. After they waisted my time by giving me the run around with false papers on how much they bought the vehicle for, which according to them was exactly what they wanted for it, and every other trick everyone absolutely can stand, we finally worked out a price. The only requirement I had was I wanted to bring it to a private garage to look go over the car. They reluctantly agreed and when the mechanic (who has all 7 ASE certifications) looked it over he found several easy to detect problems with the car that would end up leaving me stranded on the road. When I came back to the dealership with these concerns they told me they would not work with me on the price or fix the problems, and I was told the offer stood till the end of the week. Finally to top this horrible sundae off with a cherry, when I arrived 2 days later to purchase the vehicle, even with the current problems it had, they increased the price. Demanding that I pay the increased price they are now requiring or I can leave, thus I left. I recommend you don't waste you time and your money there.