My wife and I purchased our first car during a "Huge weekend sale event". The car we wanted to look at was listed for $3000.00 dollars more than what they where selling it for on a regular day. We found this out when we got home and the car sticker listed it at $13999.99 we found it on the lot for $16999.99 and purchased it for $13850.00. So overall we saved $150.00 on a huge weekend sale event. It is sad to see that dealers have to mark up a car in order to maximize its potential sale. In any situation I would chalk this up at a lost because in reality it was our fault for not researching a thourough as we needed too, but our salesman told us he was going to help us out because he wished someone did the same when he was a young married man. No honor, No humility, No morality! The next day we tried to return and George played the "I dont know" game when asked about the mark up in price. Keep in mind this is the guy who boasted being 20 yrs in the business with the company. For as many fingers I have on both hands I could trade for a reason or excuse on why we were not able to return the car. I will never shop with this dealership and always recommend to people not too. If it werent for the "2 yr" free oil service I got (one of the incentives for not being happy with the purchase) I would never step foot again. By the way the Extended Service Warranty that cost a couple grand is full of holes that are not explained so BE SURE TO READ THE FINE PRINT!!!!!!! If they dont HAVE to tell then they wont. Thats poor customer service if you ask me!