I don't know how they do things in person, but trying to buy a vehicle from them by phone or video must be impossible. Of all the dealerships I've ever dealt with (20+?), these guys have been the most difficult to work with. "We can't do this" (discuss an offer without my name, address, and contact info... which they finally decided to do a few days later); or "we can't do that" (do a virtual walk-around). They seem to really want you to play their game, rather than just shooting you straight on anything. After FINALLY getting close enough on price to believe we could close a cash deal once we did a virtual walk-around (that they never agreed to do), they told me they would not allow me to have the car shipped unless I was present. Huh??? Isn't that the same as just saying you won't sell me a car unless I drive across two States to buy it?
Look... It's their business, and they can run it however they want, but at no point did I ever feel like they gave a xxxx about whether or not they sold a car. The salesman knew from the word go that I was looking at having it shipped and mentioning to me on the front end that their "policy" wouldn't "allow" that would have saved us both a lot of time and trouble. No interest in taking care of a customer on the front end makes me suspicious of anything they have to say about their product or service. Lord forbid a manager would have cared enough pick up a phone and call me to see if there was anyway to put me in their vehicle. I hope your experience with these guys is better than mine. Just beware.