Welp...I've already wasted a few hours of my morning going back and forth with these folks, so why not give it another 15 minutes so hopefully this review helps someone else not to do the same!
Reached out via the internet to confirm that a specific car was in stock and that the "UPFRONT SALE PRICE" was accurate. It didn't take me long to figure out that "bait and switch" game. They confirmed that the price was in fact, accurate and actually sent me a link for another car and included the price on the text! I confirmed again...the price is accurate? Yes it is!
Sweet...next step...shipping info. Got that, then asked for an out the door quote. Waited two hours, called to follow up. Got a text that said simply... "$44,169 plus your taxes". Umm...the "accurate" UPFRONT SALE PRICE was $38,641!
When I asked about the $5500+ price increase, they called to explain the market conditions and blamed the girl who responds to the internet requests. Said they've explained to her multiple times that the internet pricing isn't accurate. Ummm...she's not the problem. Then she went into market conditions...blah blah blah. I've done my research, I know the market conditions, which is why I confirmed before proceeding with the conversation! I never did get a breakdown of that $5500+, but I know the MSRP is $41,280 and they advertise "Upfront pricing, No dealer fees, non-commissed salespeople...yada yada... Soooo...yeah.
I can only assume that some people allow this sort of thing to happen to them and still purchase from these folks, which I'm sure is why they continue to do this.
I personally don't understand not doing your research or paying market adjustments above MSRP, but to each their own. I also get that car dealers seem to have their own code of ethics...or lack thereof, in many cases. However...if you clearly advertise that you don't do what the other guys do...then do exactly what they do...I'm sorry, but IMHO you suck worse than the other guys...just sayin...