Well, it won't let me leave no stars, so I have to give one just to warn people away. Worst car buying experience ever. If you expect to go through the ridiculous song and dance where your time is wasted and you can't get a straight answer about the price of the car, you won't be disappointed. Information about the cars on the website is not correct, as in: it will say "No accidents!" etc etc....there's a disclaimer, but that's just so they can lie without consequence, so don't trust what you see there. What they sold me is junk that will need a pricy repair but a few short miles (think: less than an oil change) and no, it wouldn't have been covered by their "extended warranty," so thank God I didn't spend the extra money on it's not that old, and didn't have high mileage - it's just junk.
They also "screwed up my paperwork" so I had to go back and re-sign everything with the same slimy pretend-human I'd already spent an hour resisting upsells from. I'm certain this was a tactic - I could have called a lawyer, because we had a done deal with everything signed that THEY agreed to, and yes, they wanted a higher monthly payment when I was already at the limit of what I could afford.
Do NOT buy a vehicle here. There are SO MANY OTHER CHOICES.
Disingenuous, disheartening, disappointing, and difficult to deal with. I'll never be back and I'm unloading this piece of junk and buying something that won't burn four quarts of oil in less than 2000 miles, and die in the middle of intersections almost costing me and other people our lives.
Way to go, Gregg Young. Great business model!
Don't say you weren't warned.
I have to select an employee and give stars there where I wouldn't. I don't know if employees are forced to behave the way they do here, but I wouldn't be able to live with myself if it were me.