Last Monday May 29th I found in their website a Hyundai Santa Fe 2016 for $14,211.00 so I went there to take a look. The first thing I asked for was if that was the right price, the sales person Savannah Francis, said yes! It's, please take a test drive, and asked for my driver's license, she took a copy, and return with the car keys. After a test drive a said, fine I will take the car, then she called the "manager" Jason Bell, he asked me about my credit score because the vehicle price depends on how my credit is. After a long time he returned with a statement showing me a price for more than $20,000.00 before tax. After that they even tried to hide some kind of insurance that inflates the final price about $25,000.00 the finance man said if you want to buy the car you've to buy the extra unnecessary insurance. At the end I buy nothing, but some people didn't check what they hide into? the final contract, and finished paying a really high price. They have to show up, the right price, the interest rate, and not to take advantage of the poor people.