I've never dealt with such unprofessional sales people in all my life. Had a deal all worked out over the internet with Bailey Walton (who did a really good job answering all my questions). Go in to seal the deal and it all goes sideways. First of all the salesman I've been dealing with (Mitchell Anderson), and made an appointment to see (after driving almost 2 hours) isn't available. "He's with another customer." Then why did I make an appointment?? Some other salesman comes along (Brandon) who really isn't a salesman but helps with internet sales. Nice enough guy, but straight up has no idea what he's doing. I tell him, "don't run my credit until I see the numbers on paper." He says, "no problem, I won't." Goes to the managers desk, *PING*, "Credit Karma says there has been a credit inquiry." Called him on his lie right there, he started to back-peddle, "Well I don't know what they do at the manager's desk." He then goes on to say "OK, you have 2 options." Why do I have 2 options, I've already negotiated the price?? "If you want the price you negotiated online it would be cash only. If you want 1.9% financing from Honda, then it will be an additional $1-2K". REALLY?? For what?? I already told them through online negotiations that I wasn't eligible for any rebates (military or college grad), so it's not like it's a rebate OR interest choice. In my opinion, there's really no other way to see this other than a good ol' con job! While it might be legal, in my books it's definitely not ethical. Gave Brandon a few choice words and walked out. Mitchell then appears out of nowhere and chases me to my car, "What happened? Why are you leaving?" Told him exactly why I was leaving. He stands there looking like someone just kicked his puppy as I drove away. Went to another Honda dealer the next weekend and it was a completely different experience. Matched the price I negotiated with Gerald Jones and got 1.9% with no problem. Told them what happened at this place, and let's just say, I feel I did absolutely the right thing by walking out. Avoid this place at all costs.