Sean and Chris were both very friendly, but I don't feel like I got straight answers on the condition of the car and key things that were wrong with it were not disclosed, like the fact that the a/c does not work at all (I bought it in January so of course didn't tes it then). Sean also failed to tell me that there was only one key for the car and said that I could get another made for $60. As it turns out it's more like $150-200. Small untruths like that and the charade of running upstairs to ask the mysterious boss (who was not friendly at all when passign through) to give us a deal made the whole experience feel like dealing with the stereotypical "used car salesman". The car runs and I don't feel like I got totally ripped off on the price, but that's about all the good I can say. While not a totally awful experience, I wouldn't recommend Husson - I'd hope there's something better out there.