Typical dealership problem, salespeople focusing on moving cars quickly and treating customer as a number rather than truly answering to what customer is looking for and cares about. Also, expect the car buying experience to be inconsistent depending on a number of factors, such as who your salesperson is, who the floor manager is at the time, and, I guess, the financial contribution of your potential purchase (personally speaking, I had different salespeople pressuring me into making a purchase, coercing me into switching a car that I don't want, making last-minute changes on out-the-door price, etc.). Last but not least, don't fall for any pre-deal promises by the salesperson and don't hope for any friendly, helpful, and quality after-sale services, especially from the salesperson, unless you are bringing in more financial incentives (aka sales). With all that said, their non-sales staff are much more courteous, patient, and willing to help.
Now, if you're okay with everything just mentioned, feel free to give this place a shot as they seem to know their reputation and relatively poor positioning (especially when better dealers are super nearby) and you may be able to take advantage of that in the buying process.