It's just a generic car, buy it somewhere where they treat their customers better.
Sales is unresponsive to warranty related emails, service does not communicate well. Service overcharged my wife after I confirmed a repair quote. This is currently in dispute. A complaint has been filed with the BBB.
Details: Used vehicle was delivered to customer low on fluids, mis-aimed headlight, burnt out taillight, burnt out license plate light, tires including spare under-inflated by over 10 psi, two door lock actuators are failing. There is no dealer that should deliver a car in this condition used or not, cheap or not. Most of these items were fixed for free (some remain unresolved), however since sales never responded, I was never sure they were going to be fixed nor if it would cost us anything. My local mechanic also identified some other items which the dealer claims are working as designed (they aren't and it doesn't take a mechanic to diagnose these things - worn struts, serpentine belt tensioner noise, failing actuators.)
After speaking with the service manager about their poor delivery of the car, I felt that we may have repaired our relationship despite sales still never having answered an email.
Turns out I was wrong. I take the car in for service and they pull a bit of a bait and switch on us, I'm quoted one price, my wife is told it'll be done at the quoted price but never given an actual number, the actual number ends up almost 20% higher than I was quoted. Weekend service manager essentially calls me or my wife a liar. Won't bother talking to his 2 employees who quoted me the lower price, claims he was standing there when my wife was quoted the price. She never was. This is now me calling him a liar. They won't refund us the money. EDIT, they did refund the money but they still earn a 1 star for throwing the price dispute onto the ongoing problems.
Needless to say, they will never touch our car again and I will never purchase another vehicle from them or recommend them to anyone except for the nice person at the parts counter.