Keep your eye on these folks very carefully. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the process for negotiating the price of a vehicle, and then the fun starts. First, their "policy" is to refuse to provide you with a written record of the agreed-upon price. When you return to close the sale, all the agreed-upon issues were conveniently not committed to paper, and you're ushered into the "finance manager's" office (he's a relative of the owner, by the way) where you're forced to submit to well over an hour of everything from "wouldn't you really like to lease this car?" to attempts to sell you an $1,800 extended warranty by telling you that Honda's quality isn't what it used to be. I was "offered" a tire warranty, a glass warranty, a glass security package, and even an ID theft protection package! I kept requesting a copy of the final paperwork and was repeatedly refused. When they had run out of things to sell me, it turns out an additional charge of $200 had been added to the price of the vehicle because they had no record that I had negotiated to avoid it.
But the truly interesting part was when the "finance manager" gave me maintenance instructions that directly contradicted the owner's manual. Were I ignorant enough to believe this guy, I could have ruined the engine in a short time. By the way, you need to understand that federal law prohibits a dealer from telling you that your warranty will be voided if you don't let them do ALL the maintenance on a vehicle.