I went to Tiger Honda with my son to buy him a used car he found on their website. We found the car on the lot and were greeted by a salesman as we were getting out of my vehicle. I'd mention him by name but honestly don't know it since he never introduced himself. At some point, I think someone called him Eric. We liked the vehicle and negotiated a price. Their counter offer came with the standard "we can't go any lower then this because we only paid $200 above our offer". The car didn't have a spare tire or a jack and 1 of the tires had a plug between the side wall and tread. For this, they dropped the price by $300. Now they are losing $100, or, we were lied to. I'll go with the latter because we are buying a used car. Whatever - it is to be expected. We were told that they would put gas in the car and have it detailed. "Eric" bragged on the great work of their detail shop. As we left to drive home, we noticed the fuel gauge was barely on half. I guess I should've asked how much fuel they were going to put and not expect a full tank. The car was as filthy as when we did the test drive, except for the external dust that was knocked off with the (presumably) Armor All soaked rag. Upon our return home, the car was detailed by my younger son who just began a detail business. He found 3 loose pills inside the car along with, among other things, the remains of lunch from who knows how long ago. As we parted ways with "Eric", he commented on trying to beat his record of selling 4 cars in 1 day. Thank you for making me fell like a trophy. I know there are some good salesman out there, but not this guy. He also requested that we leave him a 5 star review so he could be rewarded. The only reason I am giving 1 star is because that is the minimum.