I have previously had a positive buying experience from this dealership (Tim Tae was amazing) so I returned for my next purchase. Unfortunately, immediately upon negotiating, they refused to honor the internet pricing (which I confirmed w/sales before coming since I live so far away) in addition to lying about the MSRP. They increased the MSRP over $1,500 at the start of negotiations. When we asked for the invoice, the fumbling began. When I showed them the information on their own website, the sales person went and hid while a sales manager came to speak with us. After a few exchanges, he basically dared me to go find a better deal. Challenge accepted and conquered. Don't waste your time here. Spend your money at a dealership that will treat you right and honor their word. In all my years of buying vehicles, I have never encountered such deceitful practices. My favorite part was when I called the GM to tell him why he lost the deal he lied about selling the car and didn't once apologize for the way his staff handled the situation. I can only assume that he cultivates that environment at the dealership. Run, don't walk, to a more ethical dealership.