Stereotypical used car buying experience exaggerated by a very pushy and rude finance "manager" that was essentially just a gate keeper to us leaving the dealership in a timely manner. After spending time doing the same old song and dance over what our payments would be, down payment and after they told us they had no interest in giving us any money for our trade (this is a separate story all together not worth sharing). Basically just don't expect any honest value for your trade, just sell it private party or take it to Carmax before hand and you can actually have a value in mind. The biggest lesson I learned from all of this was to have your financing in order BEFORE you go shopping. The worst part of this whole experience was having to listen to the finance "manager" spin his yarn about people coming to their dealership all the way from Florida just to buy their extended warranty. We politely declined his options, then Gabe's entire demeanor changed instantly. He challenged why we didn't want it, we gave our reasons and he didn't look up from his terminal after that. He tossed the papers at us for us to sign, barked at us that he needed a check for the $5k, then when we were all done he didn't shake our hands, no congratulations, didn't get up from his desk, didn't even walk us out as we were the last customers in the building. I get that you were mad you didn't make a sale Gabe but it's your job, if you don't like it, try something else. Don't attempt to dictate how we should spend OUR money and for actually making our own financial decisions. Left a very bad taste in our mouth from the whole experience.
Tldr: Get your financing from your bank, take your trade elsewhere.