A bad experience from beginning to end. We ended up walking out on the deal because they did not live up to their end of it. We regret ever having wasted time with them. They were unethical, dishonest, and incompetent. We saw a car we liked on their website and had them send us the sticker so we could see what it had on it and the price. When we got to the dealership, we found they put a SECOND sticker on the car with another $1300 of dealer-added options, like paint and interior protection (which is invisible), tinted windows, nitrogen in the tires, and some insurance-like coverages, none of which we wanted. These are all the things consumer groups have been telling people to avoid for decades, but this dealership is still doing all the same old unethical dealer tricks. We drove around the lot in a golf cart for 15 minutes because the salesman couldn't find the car we came to see, and when we found it, it had a dead battery. After dealing with 6 different salesmen and managers, we came to a deal on the car, which included a new battery to replace the dead one. But before getting to a deal, we had to go through more of the same old dishonesty. They told us they were selling us the car "below cost" and "weren't making any money on it." Well, I must be the best negotiator in the history of the world because just about every car dealer for the last forty years has told me that. When I asked what the $150 Document Fee was for, they "didn't know". Just consider that at a wage of $20 per hour, that would pay for 7 1/2 hours of document preparation. Ridiculous. When we showed up at the agreed-upon time and day to get the car, they again couldn't find it and had done nothing to prepare it, including not having the new battery we agreed upon. We walked out and are glad we did. I would have regretted giving them my money.