Dealer consciously misleads customers. Per my experience, I purchased a 2010 Nissan Versa. The reason for my purchase was someone had rear ended my car and totaled it, there for I had to buy another one. I commute a long distance to work and was in need of something with high fuel economy. At first I had looked at a Kia Soul that was on the lot and really liked this vehicle. We were not able to negotiate a price that was with in my budget so I left. Later they called me and said they had the perfect car for me. My wife and I went to see what they had and I was presented with 3 different color choices of the 2010 Nissan Versa. Two of the models I was shown had large letter banners on the windshield which stated (almost) 40 MPG in large bold yellow print. I drove the car and was not comfortable, but my wife and I agreed that for 40MPG it would be acceptable. After some haggling we did arrive at a price that was within our budgeted amount (of course at the very top razor edge of our budgeted amount) at the first opportunity to check the fuel economy of my first tank (about 3 days later) I only calculated 28MPG. This was unbelievable seeing as how my previous car, a 2007 Hyundai Elantra, was averaging anywhere from 35-38. I spoke to the sales manager who then started laughing loudly pointed out that the banner expressly stated “ALMOST 40MPG” and then walked away laughing and said well 28 is almost 40. Turns out the EPA estimate for the Versa is actually 24-32, nowhere near 40. Two facts about the next car that I buy, 1. It will not be a Nissan, and 2. It will not come from Brose Autoplex in Corinth, MS.