I would give this place a perfect 5 star rating but for a few things. First of all, Marsh was a pleasure to deal with. The car was also what I was looking for and priced to sell.
However, immediately while driving away the molding on the windshield started flapping around because (as I later found out) the windsheild had been replaced, and the molding was not secured properly in the process. I drove back immediately and told the manager about it. They took pictures and told me they would set up a mobile repair thar could address this without me losing time at work, or use of the vehicle. I had to call back for two days to get a response, at which point they (and by they I am talking about the same employee that blew off the request that I address in the next paragraph) backpeddled on their promise and told me to take it to another Ford dealership so they could take care of the problem for me. Luckily this dealership dealt with the issue under warranty in spite of the window replacement issue.
There was a Car Fax and a 120 Point inspection in the car when I purchased it. I assumed it would be there when I purchased the car and took it home. When it wasn't, I called in and told them that it was important to me for my records. I was directed to leave a message with the employee who worked on finalizing my sale (an experience that had already shown me how bad this guy was at working with customers), and was ignored for days where I continued to do this. Eventually I got ahold of him and, in a familair and frustrated tone, he said I could go to Car Fax and pay for it. I asked it he could just scan me a copy, since I also needed the 120 point inspection. He unpersuasively told me that he would ask. I've heard nothing back about it, don't think he even asked, and am pretty frustrated that he wouldnt take this simple step after I purchased a vehicle from them.
Makes me wonder if they don't want me to have this information for some unknown reason? Outside of this one employee, who seems genuinely annoyed and unwilling to go the extra mile for customers, my experience was pretty good.