James, my Sales Consultant, although slightly sociable initially, didn't really attempt to build rapport. He did ask questions, but wasn't not very helpful in offering me options/alternatives to what I was looking for. I felt very pressured and when I expressed my hesitation he was not empathetic to my concerns and only increased my discomfort and indecisiveness. The vehicle, although "certified" was an older model than I wanted and did not have the features that I wanted although, admittedly the price was ok. Since I was paying cash for a vehicle that was over $20,000, I did not want to make any immediate decisions. He'd finally pressured me into giving me but once I consulted a relative and changed my mind before going further into the sale, his attitude went from fake friendly to obviously irritated, slightly offensive even though he stated "no offense" and borderline explicitly rude. Additionally, after I explicitly conveyed to him that I did not need nor want financing, he still ran my credit.I left and purchased a vehicle that was newer, had more features, and a Carfax report, which James could not offer, and was only slightly more in price. Overall, compared to the dealership where I actually purchased my vehicle from, that made me feel like I was special and not just another sales goal, I would not recommend, at least this salesperson, I can't speak on the dealership as a whole though.