They are advertising a 2016 Malibu as "new" with 179 miles on their web site. Went to buy yesterday and it has 1100 miles. They are still advertising today as "new" with 179 miles, which means they are now knowingly false advertising. The sales person Scot says that he doesn't know why it has those miles and what could have happened is that someone bought the car and the loan didn't go through and so they brought it back over thousand miles later, but he says its still technically "new". KBB says Fair Purchase Price is $15,798. He said that he would get me a good deal, but when I refused to apply for credit through them, as I was already preapproved with loan certificate in hand, they were not willing to negotiate the price. He insisted that by law I had to apply for credit through them even thought I already had financing, which I never experienced. I did not make the purchase and would not be going back.