I went in to look at a 2003 Pontiac Vibe that was listed on the internet for $10,925. When I went in, I noticed there were many paint chips, there was a hole in the front of the car where it was hit and the passenger power window was broken, it wouldn't go down. This wasn't disclosed on the website. After driving the car and talking to the salesman, he came back with $4500 for my trade in and a final price on the car of $7,500. This was okay, but I wanted to stay at $6K. I mentioned this and he went back to the manager. I finally left, it had been 3 hours and we weren't anywhere. As I walked out the door, the manager said if you want $6K, we can do that. I told him I would be back (I needed to get my son). I went back the next day and after looking at the car again, decided to buy it. We went in and got the paperwork started again, where they noticed a "managerial error" and changed the final price to $11,500. They had put the price of the trade in as cash towards the new purchase not as paying off the loan. So, I was shocked. They didn't apologize, just said, we need $11,500 to make a deal! Don't go there!