The salesman are very pushy. Since the car we were looking at was way overpriced ($7900 for a car with a $3500 blue book value), the dealership said they would finance it for us, since no bank obviously would. Pretended to be doing us a favor. Didn't realize until we were almost finished with all the paperwork (eight hours after we arrived) that although I had almost perfect credit, my interest rate would be 28% !?!? So we were screwed financially from the get-go. Less than a week after we bought the car it broke down and never ran right again. The dealership will not help you with anything unless they are making a profit off of it. They said we shouldn't have bought a "hotrod". It was a '99 Mitsubishi Eclipse. After months of paying for the vehicle, its repairs, and the full coverage insurance, we got two weeks behind on the payment and cancelled the insurance because my husband was laid off from work the week of Christmas. We were in the process of trying to sell the thing since we didn't have anymore thousands of dollars to throw away on it. Then Mary called. She said she would give us until the end of the month (which was another 11 days) to catch up the payment and have our insurance reinstated. Two days later, they repossessed it. During the 20 day period that we legally had to work with them to get the vehicle back, they wouldn't answer our calls or call us back. A month later, we received a letter stating that the car had been sold and we owed another $3000 on it to make up the deficiency, since they resold it for only $3100. We have spent over $6000 on this $3500 car and its repairs, now they want another $3000? Wow. Good luck trying to get that Mitsubishi! And on top of that, the car is still sitting in the back of their junk-yard lot. It appears that it was never even sold! I wouldn't refer my worst enemy to Contemporary Mitsubishi. I hope liars go out of business.