We were in a pinch for finding a vehicle after our insurance company decided to total my wife's car after initially stating it was going to be repaired. We were on the hunt for something within our very tight budget and came across an affordable, low mileage Pilot. These generally don't last at the price point and mileage. We ended up with Cody as our initial contact and arranged to come in for a test drive. Though it was dark, everything seemed ok with the vehicle so we secured it to come in on the following Saturday to give it daylight look over and finalize the sale. During the process Cody caught that we lived in a county that required emissions as part of the inspection; he had that taken care of as well as an open recall for the passenger side airbag that was on the vehicle report/check. Upon the closing process, the numbers changed a bit due to some additional factors not taken into consideration upon the first visit, such as gap insurance as well as purchasing a coverage protection since the manufacturers warranty had expired. Again, not Cody's fault, just an oversight on our part that wasn't taken into consideration initially by us. Cody was great, he contacted the lender we wanted to go through; they wouldn't get us the term we wanted, so he shopped around and got us a better rate/term and tweaked a few other things to help ease the shock from the change in the monthly payment we had on our car to the Pilot we were purchasing. So far, so good, seems like it will be a great and safe vehicle for our family. This is a family dealership that's been around since 1965 as I learned, so Cody is third generation in the business. I would recommend anyone to go see Cody, it was well worth the 120 mile round trips. If we should be in the market again, I will be checking to see what Forrester has to offer for sure. The Myers family.