Well, buyers beware is certainly not what we had in mind when we bought a CPO 2015 Mini Cooper Countryman from Baron. As easy as the sales process was, things got rather bizarre at the "finance" department. They showed my wife an Edmunds page online that indicated $6,872 cost of service over the next 2.25 years, but they would be willing to sell an extended service contract for a mere $3,420. The catch was we had to do it on the spot but if we wanted to we could cancel it later. Thinking a big dealership like Baron wouldn't be resorting to such sleazy tactics and knowing that we could cancel it later, we decided to purchase the contract. That weekend we looked for the service/owners manual in the car but couldn't find one. Called and emailed the dealership to get one but didn't get a response. Did an online search and couldn't find anything telling us exactly how much service we'd need. Dealership finally returned my calls today, 10 days after the purchase of the car, and still couldn't tell me what kind of service I would need to spend the $3,420 on in the next 2.25 years, let alone the $6,872. That made me uncomfortable and decided to cancel the contract just to learn that I had passed the 3-day window (news to me and my wife) and now the contract was non-cancelable. The low point came when the finance director said his hands were tied and that they have to follow BMW USA's 3-day rule. Their inability to prove me the scope of services I will need, withholding information, and the final 3-day rule gotcha are the type of sleazy salesmanship tactics you would expect from a no-name, third-tier dealership, not from Baron MINI, but that's what I got.