Moral of my story: They'll shoot you in the foot to get the vehicle sold to someone else to get rid of it fast and for sure don't take the salesperson for their word.
I've never had much experience dealing with car dealerships. Walser Acura and Walser Mercedes-Benz really handled the situation poorly. I was ready to purchase a mini van, set up an appointment with the sales department day before yesterday to come take the vehicle for a check up yesterday to a local mechanic, and told them that I had the check ready for it as well to purchase it. They gave me their word that they could hold it for me and get all the paperwork done later in the evening yesterday. Yesterday afternoon they told me that another customer is also looking at the vehicle and was going to purchase it through the Walser Mercedes-Benz dealership. They said they didn't want to make me nervous or anything and then had me fill out paperwork while I was at work, which gave me false hope yet again. Long story short, the head managers at both dealerships decided to sell it to the other customer so that they wouldn't have to go through the loop hole of me taking it to a local mechanic and the sales team at Walser Acura didn't keep their word. They clearly did not care about me as a potential buyer, but only cared about selling the car. I feel cheated, dissatisfied and disappointed. The salesmen were so nice to me, but their sorry's are empty and meaningless. I was not advocated for by them