My old 2004 Toyota Matrix became a total loss after an accident, so I was in immediate need to buy a car from a lot. I initially was looking for Honda Fit, but the Mexico factory that produce those cars became flooded and was backed up in producing cars. I wanted a new brand that is different from Toyota. I found that Elantras and Accents were more affordable than other brands. I decided to get an Elantra instead of an Accent because I needed more cargo space. I paid around $20K including taxes and fees for the 2018 Elantra Special Edition, which is the national average price for the car according to TrueCar.com. My car has a sunroof and heated seats, which makes Hyundai lower priced than other brands with similar features. The sales employee, Justin Morin, was enthusiastic and knowledgeable, and I enjoyed talking to him. I appreciate him showing me all the fun features of the car. Justin acknowledged the $50 gift card offer I printed from the dealership's website to do a test drive. I live in Mount Pleasant, and I drove my rental car to Saginaw. Justin was wonderful in delivering my car for free to Mount Pleasant. Marquis Evans is the business/finance employee. He was knowledgeable and friendly. Marquis informed me that interior and body rust protections are standard in other brands and part of other brands' prices. He did not explicitly tell me that those protections at Hyundai were optional, and I would have liked to have given at least some thought about accepting those protections before signing up for the protections. I probably would have been persuaded to accept those protections considering that my car with the sunroof and heated seats is lower priced than similar cars in other brands and other brands consider protections as standard. Overall, I had pleasant two hour experience at the dealership, and I recommend to anyone to consider them for their great customer service and affordable cars.