Beware of thinking you have a purchase agreement with this dealership. Worked with a salesman named Mo and we played the typical game of getting low balled on my trade. Then having to talk to the manager who go's by the name of Ozy. Between his accent and and his aloof mannerisms it was frustrating to say the least. He did finally agree to a higher trade in amount. At least I thought so. This dealership has posted on their website that they are offering $6500 off the remaining 2016 Abarth's. In my opinion this dealership is misleading the public in believing you can get the deal they are offering. They may show the $6500 coming off the MSRP price but then attempt to make it back in other ways such as a low ball on your trade, high interest rate on the loan, etc. The hours and days I tried to work a deal with Mo and Ozy is mind boggling. Between not being able to understand what Ozy was saying due to his heavy accent and again in my opinion out and out lying to me it was impossible to get a straight and final price for the new car. Mo the saleman sent me a document called Fiat of Scottsdale's Vehicle Purchase Informaation. It was the beginning of working toward a purchase price agreement of the new 2016 Abarth. There are numerous items shown on it such as Vehicle sticker price, customer savings, added discounts, trade allowance, sales tax, total fees, total cash price and then the payoff balance of trade. The last line indicated what they were asking for the purchase price. I sent this document back to Mo with my final offer. He never got back to me but Ozy the sales manager called me two days later. Which is today 10/20/2016. After much back and forth talking he basically told me we have a deal if I go back to the bank who has the loan on the remaining amount owed on the trade and get a new loan from them for the remaining amount owed on the trade. What!! Felt like asking him if he was from this planet. I'm well into my 60's and have purchased many cars and have never had a salesman let alone a sales manager say such a thing. It was a direct insult to me and then he said on the new car the interest would be 4.99%. What!! With a 771 credit score! In my opinion Ozy should not be sales manager of this dealership or any other dealership. And is in NO Way qualified to deal with customers who are looking for a positive experience when purchasing a new vehicle.