If you are a young female, do yourself a favor- don't go here. In fact, nobody should. I am a 25 year old female, and though I expected to be greeted with respect and professionalism when walking in the door I received the complete opposite. Not only did the car salesman assume that I was an easy target, he was condescending and "mansplained" things like car value depreciation. After driving two hours for the specific vehicle on their lot I was interested in, I decided to try going through with financing anyways since yellow wranglers are hard to come by.
First, they would only talk to me about leasing the vehicle, and when I pushed back and said no, the salesman went to the finance manager and I could hear them talking about how the leasing works better for them so the salesman needed to push me harder. When he came back I told him to get me the financing options or else I was leaving. He came back with a 700 payment option. After I told him that was impossible because I had been approved by my credit union for a 4.2% interest rate, and with the MSRP on the vehicle and a 74 or 86 month loan that couldn't possibly meet 700, he and his finance manager again talked behind their curtain about how "Well she can't do that math in her head, there is no way she knows". So when I asked for the numbers on paper, it turns out they had only offered me 2K for my CLEAN TRADE IN vehicle. And then rolled in the rest of my loan to the financing without telling me, and tried to tell me that my vehicle needed to go to auction when they had two on the lot just like it.
The lying, sneaking around with numbers, and talking about me behind my back wasn't enough. Then the finance manage had to come out and tell me how amazing he is, how amazing his business is, and how he can't keep cars on his lot because EVERYONE wants to do business with them. He then told me that Firefighter Paramedics (which I am) do not qualify for the $500 First Responder Rebate. Only police and military. Which is a blatant lie.
Thankfully I found my way to another dealership that matched the $500 rebate, bought my car for what I owed, and ordered me a 2021 jeep for the same price as a 2020 at Allen Mello.