False advertising at it's best. You go to the website and use their appraisal tool and it gives you a number and then the manager comes back and says we'll give you around 1.5k less. Also when you do an instant lock in on a price of a new vehicle they come back and tell you it's 6k more than advertises. Talked with George sales manager and he states that a third party runs the website and they have no control over what they put up there. Flat out told me, "we change it, then they change it back". I guess they don't monitor for accuracy and TRUTH. Just another greedy dealer that sees an opportunity to fleece people of their hard earned money by charging a market adjustment and then try to blame it on a chip shortage. We didn't have a chip shortage a year ago when they were charging a market adjustment. I know, I know, I don't have to buy here and I won't, but it's just wrong when they get your hopes up that you can afford that new vehicle you want and then tell you something completely different. I guess good ole Clay Cooley has to make his money somehow to pay to buy all these dealerships he's been buying. Even though it's not illegal to charge over MSRP, but IMHO, I think it's very wrong but they just keep doing it, because people will pay it....... NOT ME!!!!!