Do not buy here! I purchased a vehicle last August that appeared to be in good shape but the battery was dead when I looked at it. I should have walked away right then! I looked at another vehicle on their lot, it looked like it had a rough life but had low mileage and cleaned up pretty good. I started it up and revved it a little, I got out and checked under the hood and could distinctly smell burnt antifreeze. I told the salesman who kind of shrugged and said the shop would have to check it out. I came back to the other car that they jump started, everything worked ok but the "service 4x4" light was on with the check engine light and the air filter was clogged full of dirt & debris. They said they would get it all fixed, no worries. I liked it, we agreed on a price, I agreed to buy it after everything was fixed. Two days later I came down to pick it up, they did a great detail job and the lights were out but the air filter was still crammed full of junk. I pointed it out and had to shame them a bit but they did go to the parts store and get a new one. While I was signing the paperwork I noticed there was only 1 electronic key (with no manual key) so I asked about the other one and they said there wasn't one. I told them that what they gave me only works as long as the battery in the fob (and battery in the car) work, if either battery goes dead I can't start the car or even get in to the car. Eventually they agreed but said they couldn't go get a key made until the car was registered to someone, the dealership wouldn't cut a key for them (total BS). We went around a few times but eventually we agreed I would go get the key and they would reimburse me. I did, I gave them my copy of the $300 receipt in person & by email a few times over several months, every time I was told "Bob" would send me payment and they forgot about it. This last time I was told that this was "...an odd request and nothing was in writing. If it was part of the sale we would put it in writing, you can't re-negotiate the sale after it's final." Mind you, I paid a premium price for this vehicle because it was being sold as an A+ condition vehicle...what I got was a C+ condition vehicle that was made to look pretty. After the first month (how convenient) the 4 wheel drive and check engine lights came back on along with several other intermittent electrical problems. So now I'm stuck with a pretty looking paperweight that I can't really resell unless I put lots of money into or take a huge loss! The only restitution that I even asked for was to live up to their end of the deal by giving me my $300 back for the key, but since it wasn't in writing they want to weasel out. What I've learned from all this; the vehicles on their lot are high end cars that reputable dealers didn't want on theirs. These cars are mechanically and/or cosmetically flawed, they picked them up at a huge bargain, made them look pretty, put a bandaid on the problem without fixing it, then ask above retail price for a car in A+ condition when it isn't what they have in front of you. Short story, just stay away!