Went to look at a 2019 MDX based on an ad on the dealer website, where it stated a 2019 MDX for $3298 down and $388 per month for 36 months. From the start they tried to sell the 2020 model even though I stressed the point that I was interested in the 2019 special. Over the email I was told by the Manager that there were three 2019 models in the store, out of which I was interested in one particular car. Once I arrived at the store after driving 1 hour through traffic, I was told that there are only 2 cars left and the one I liked was demo car and was used by one of the mangers for personal use. The car had 4500 miles on it, at that point I understood why they did not want to sell me a 2019 model. I still insisted on giving me the quote on the only remaining 2019 model and suddenly the whole attitude changed, I could see the frustration as the managers tried their best to change my mind but were rude. Apparently $3298 did not include all the fees (which was not a surprise as I knew there are acquisition, disposition, dealer documentation fee etc ) , but I was shocked that suddenly the down payment came to $6200 (almost double) . what was surprising was that the 2020 models had offers of $2000 down payment which included all of the above fees, which clearly looked like a grand scam. I was looking at other brands as well and none of them had the reluctance to sell me a 2019 model over a 2020 model, maybe it’s a Acura perk where the dealers get to drive the remaining outgoing models, but all they had to do was not put out those deceiving Ads and waste customers valuable time. Said all this I want to mention about the wonderful experience of working with Dimetry Vieux who was our sales consultant. He was one of the nicest guys I have ever met, very good job. Unfortunately I cannot say this about any of the managers.