I called them and let them know I was interested in a particular used vehicle they had. They are just down the street from me, and I am buying a car in the next week I scheduled an extended test drive after being offered an overnight test drive, and made an appointment for 3pm the next day to take the vehicle for 3 hours. When I arrived 15 minutes early, the salesman I was introduced to, Daniel Reed, had no knowledge about this. I was then rudely handed off to another salesman after being told that Daniel had some customers that walked in. The new salesman Andrew Boston, basically demanded I do a 15 minute test drive with him, so he could answer any questions about the car, (which he couldn't do), and then wouldn't let me take the car as scheduled. He only wanted to waste my time running their numbers which I had no interest in doing, (had my own financing if needed). Then once he was satisfied with the back and forth to his "managers" trying to talk numbers I had no interest in, he said I had an hour and a half because another customer just called wanted to test drive it.. The car had been sitting for months with no interest in it according to Andrew, and had very rusty rotors, and all of a sudden someone else wanted to test drive the car? I don't think so! He also complained about me putting more miles on the car! My intent was to take the car back home, load up my 2yo son and his mother, and take a cruise on RT 1A to test the car and see what the family thought of it. Max estimate of 60 miles. I'm not going to buy a used car after only 15 minutes in it! Audi of Nashua had no problem letting me take their used GTI for hours yesterday. These folks only want to talk about their financing, and waste your time with a bait and switch to get you in the door. I could easily buy the car outright. My belief is that they wanted me to finance almost half of the vehicles price through them, and when I wasn't having it, they shut me out as a customer.