Looking for a lease deal to replace my car for another in the brand, I sent emails to a number of dealers even 250 miles from home. But Carousel had the car I wanted and, as advertised in their website, for $4,000 off the MSRP. I had heard bad things about the dealership but tried to check with them anyways, as they are local to me and the price was really good. Waste of time: first, they stated that the price was only for purchase, so, did not honor their ad, which did not state anything about these differences. Then, I asked what would be their best offer: they just sent me the monthly payments, which I calculated as MSRP. It is their option to not give any discount but, when I said that I would be traveling to lease a car almost $3,000 under MSRP, they said that no dealer would do that (they did). Dealers should know that in the internet age, we have all the tools to know what is a good deal. It looks like Carousel does not know that and still believe that nobody would travel to get a better deal. I just got an email from another dealer with an offer even better than their advertised price and will be closing the deal in the weekend. [UPDATE: I was contacted by the sales manager Bill Williamson, who explained the reasoning for their advertised price and he apologized for any misunderstanding. He went through the quote and gave me his best price. Although it did not match the other offer, he was transparent and clear, more concerned about my impressions than with the deal. I can say that he provided great customer service and I would probably give another try in the future].