Be prepared for price gouging based on the current market. I understand that the market dictates pricing to an extent, but I'm disappointed in Glassman's short-sighted pricing tactics when there are other reputable dealerships maintaining their pricing integrity. For example, they are marking up their Palisades $5,000 due to the vehicle shortage on their lot (at the time of this review they list 15 Palisades as being available). I looked at a Palisade that also had an additional roughly $7,500 in "protection" charges on a separate window sticker, making a vehicle with a $48,000 MSRP cost over $60,000 between those charges and the $5,000 markup. In browsing their website (window stickers vs advertised price), they are marking up most if not all of their models anywhere from $1,000-$5,000. In my opinion, they are allowing their desire to make a few extra bucks today cloud their long-term vision of customer retention. My family has bought multiple vehicles here, and that will not be the case in the future given their greed and lack of respect for returning customers.