Earlier today I had the best car-buying experience of my life at D'Ella Honda in Queensbury, New York, in the shadow of Lake George and the Adirondack Mountains. I had to drive three hours, and pass about 20 other Honda Dealers, to get there, and it was totally worth it. My salesperson, Damien Tucker, was thoroughly knowledgeable, friendly, accommodating and did everything he could to make a deal happen. When I told him I had a firm budget in mind, he didn't laugh at me or turn me over to someone else to work me over. He said, Let's see what we can do, and he brought the deal to his general manager, Scott Moynihan, and then Kurt Montanye, the finance guy. I wound up getting a tremendous car - a used 2013 Toyota RAV4 (yes, it's a Honda dealership but when you find a really clean car at a great price, you jump on it) - for my daughter. I've bought more cars than I can count, and so many times I feel as though I need to take a shower after I leave the dealership. D'ella Honda could not have been more different. Of course they want to make money and run a profitable business, but they do it in a fair, ethical, high-minded way. Truly, I would give them 10 stars if Dealerrater went that high. I can't tell you how many times I've gone to dealerships where they talk about a friendly, low-pressure environment and a family atmosphere, and then they do everything but grab your wallet and scrounge for every single buck, beating you up and down in the process. D'ella is completely different, and that is why I will be back, for sure.