MSRP shown online and on window sticker and confirmed in email are suddenly inflated once paperwork is printed out in the finance office.
Beware if buying a car with OR clean air rebate (EV, Plug-in hybrid, etc.), as this dealer is trying to keep the state refund. This is not disclosed in any of the advertised pricing (online, email, or verbally), so your out-of-pocket expense becomes $2500 more than it should be.
Granted, some dealers work with the state to pass on the rebate savings to the customer at point of purchase, but it should be clearly disclosed in pricing, and the final cost at dealer should be $2500 less than MSRP (or agreed upon purchase price).
This dealer is essentially attempting to keep your rebate without passing on the cost savings in hopes you don't notice by first inflating MSRP by amount of rebate. Inflation items are nonsense things like paint sealant (how do you know this "service" was even performed?).
So, if you want to pay $2500 OVER MSRP for "luxe paint" (paint sealant) and other markups so it's not obvious what happened to your $2500 state rebate, then shop here. If you'd rather see upfront pricing and clear advertised prices, shop elsewhere.