Was looking at a used 2015 Acura TLX at Davis Acura. Drove a couple of them and settled on one to buy. Car was listed as "Certified" online and on the sticker in the window. Once we began discussing price for the car, Tim Eberhardt advised me that the car would be another $995.00 to be certified. He went on that the paperwork for certification wasn't filed which was why it would be another almost thousand dollars to do that. Additionally, Davis tacked on an $895.00 fee for "free inspections" if we had them done there. My wife and I explained that paying for this up front did not constitute free but at this point we knew we were not comfortable with buying from Davis. I have purchased many cars over the years - I'm 51 - and this was one of the most frustrating and blatant slimely sales tactics I've experienced. $995.00 to file the certified paperwork? $895.00 for "free" service? Apparently I look dumber than I imagined. We ended up buying a car but needless to say we did not purchase it from Davis. We would not recommend Davis either.