I actually went to this dealership based off of the great reviews both on here and Google.com, but I guess I was the unlucky one.
I set up an appointment online to meet with one of the salesmen - we had been corresponding for days and I was actually excited to come in as I believed today would be the day I would bring home a new car. Well, I got to my appointment and was directed to a waiting room by the receptionist. I waited, with my dad, and after 20 minutes of watching 2 people come in and get served before me, I went up and asked "how much longer will it be?" The receptionist said it wouldn't be much longer. After another 10 minutes, my dad went up to ask and he got the same response. At this point I was ready to leave because another person had come in and was met with too. My dad, however, told me to go ask one more time, so I did. The receptionist was visibly annoyed and told me in a rude tone, "well the person you set up your appointment with is meeting with someone else, so either you can continue waiting or you have the option to meet with someone else." I'm not sure if he realized how rude he was being, but it was outright upsetting and I immediately said, "so why wasn't I given the option 30 minutes ago?" His response was, "well then let me find someone for you," and he briskly walked away.
I finally met with somebody and we tried to agree to a price. I was treated, in this moment, as if I was not aware of the market and didn't do research. After 4 months of researching pricing and trims, I can assure you that I probably knew just as much about the current market as these gentleman did. Anyway, they offered me the car $3.5K overpriced and tried to tell me that that was an amazing deal. I quickly did a comparison with other vehicles in the market and told them I didn't believe so, could they do better? The salesman took another $500 off and said "that was it", as he was "pushing it because it was already a great deal." At this point I countered with vehicles on the market within the area and the salesman started to tell me about how this vehicle offered more options. It was the exact same trim... and was priced more than various 2016's of the same trim. Explaining that felt like I was talking to a brick.
After another hour of going back and fourth about my "dream car" and budget, I was being offered vehicles that were way over. I had to continually remind the individual that my budget was mine to determine, not theirs.
Eventually I felt like I was wasting my time and the salesman offered to send similar vehicles my way; I said okay and thank you. Over the course of several days I received texts with vehicles $3-5K over my budget. I told them this and they would ask what my budget was once again. I was so glad when I eventually purchased another car because then I could tell them to stop.