I don’t think my salesperson understood how serious I was about purchasing a vehicle. I had to pursue him. Once the sale was made I was sent in to see the finance manager. I didn’t get the impression that he liked working with females. I was asked if I wanted a 5 or 6 year loan and I told him four. He then told me the interest rate of three point something and I told him I was pre approved at DCU for 2.74. He then asked if I wanted to put any money down and I told him yes but I wanted to see where I was at with a payment amount. He then added in the sales tax and registration fees and dealer paperwork fees. Without asking he assumed I was not transferring plates and was going to charge me over 500 dollars. Because I did my homework, I had asked the fees in advance and knew it was 399.00. How many others have been overcharged? He then proceeded to do my paperwork without giving me the information I requested about the amount my payment would be and when I asked again he gave me the info and huffed because he now had to do the paperwork over again. I also wanted to put money down and asked if a credit card was accepted. He told me a check was preferred. I said it is preferred but may I use my credit card and his answer was a gruff....a check is preferred. I was not comfortable signing or doing anything until I saw all the figures correctly on the paperwork. He told me to sign and not to worry because he did this 100 times a month and I do this once every 7-10 years. He did apologize in a very insincere way. When paying out a lot of money a nicer experience would have been better. There was also definitely a miscommunication problem.