Don't go here to save a buck. While I won't say they are thieves and liars, i have purchased a lot of new vehicles and the disappointment is just too many and too much.
First, the price advertised on the site is not what you are getting. Oh, yeah, the friendly salesman will tell you how it is, explain twelve ways from Sunday that it is and it is worth it. Nothing but op notch sales guys in this dealership.
After the sale, you will go to a "Closer." Also a professional skilled in the art of selling you add-ons. Easy to say no, but you are forced to go through all the rigamarole with lots of "But you have to do this to get the price."
Finally, instead of paying for a credit check, these guys sign you up for a "free" credit report. On your next credit card bill, you'll have a $30 charge for a monthly credit checking company. While the closer is going over your paper work, there's so much crap that they shove in your face, you're bound to overlook something. They might have told me that I'd have to cancel this report, but I don't think they did.
The shtick these guys use is to recoup low sales profits with back-end deals they've made with banks, credit score companies, credit companies and GM. Nobody gets something for free, and this dealership is a group of sharks swimming around you as fast as they can go.
I would not choose Dennis Dillon GMC again, I would not trust them with a broken shoe lace and I would definitely not recommend a purchase from them.
Very Friendly staff. Working in teams, swarming you with smarmy small talk. terribly inefficient time management, waste most of a day to get out of the dealership. Be prepared to do tons of paperwork, wait to do paperwork and have your sales person working at least 3 to 4 other clients while you are there.
If patience is your forte and price point is your value, these guys might be for you. With all that said, I think the deal was as cheap as it could be. And cheap stuff rarely pays off in the long run.