A tale of two Acura dealers. I went through a buying service to purchase a 2018 RDX. Acura of Lynnwood and Acura of Seattle each responded, with Seattle offering a larger discount. Because I live much closer to Acura Lynnwood, I asked if they would give me the price quoted by Seattle. The Sales Manager agreed to meet the price, a decision confirmed by the salesman 3 times in person on Saturday and twice more by phone on Sunday. The Lynnwood team took a day and a half to ultimately come back to me and say, in essence: 'listen, we're sorry, but we're not going to give you that pricing.' It was under the guise of their not having the color combination available but, as it went back between the salesman and "finance", it appeared clear that, the only reason a car wasn't available was because they weren't willing to abide by their pricing commitment. The day after my frustration ended with Lynnwood, I visited Acura Seattle and had the opposite experience -- phenomenal group of people to work with. I very much appreciate the professionalism and warmth of Preston (sales) and Ryan (finance) at Acura Seattle. Even if you live north of Seattle, it's worth the drive to Tukwila to deal with people that will treat you well and honor their commitments.