My issue isn't with the "dealership" itself, but with the Finance Department. I have talked to them so many times in a two week period about making a payment. It was due on 12/23/16 and I told them I would make double payments on 1/6/17. They told me "No, you need to turn your car in or we will repossess it until you can make a payment." Well, I hid my car; they called me, two of my references, and my job repeatedly for two weeks straight, repeating themselves and having me to repeat myself. They were looking like idiots, doing the same thing look for different results. I don't understand how this place doesn't allow someone to miss a payment and make up the payment. I even offered to give them my banking information so they could take the money out of my account on the specified date. The finance department rejected this option. I have never worked with a company where they didn't allow someone to catch up on payments. So, here we are 1/5/17 and they are calling me saying I need to contact them "TODAY" about my account or they will pursue further collection procedures. I have talked to them repeatedly, they call everyday and treat you like they haven't spoken to you. Their handling of this matter is too stressful and they aren't professional at all. Why am I repeating myself to multiple adults? Please don't go to this place and get a car unless you have no other option. It's not worth it. They are crooks, they are rude, their dealings with me is repulsive and disgusting. Missed payments happen. It's called life....I wish there was a way I could get them back legally for the harassment to collect a one-time missed payment, that is two weeks over due....I pay bi-weekly mind you. I have a 2008 Chevy Impala, it has 162,000 miles on it and they are charging me $17,000.00 for it.....it isn't worth the hassle.....I am talking to an attorney about my options to get out of this contract.