Unbelievably bad experience. I went to the dealership with the Consumer Reports 'build a car' report. The report had a price that Interstate would charge for a Sienna, with the roof rail cross bars as an option. I agreed to buy for that price. When I brought the car home, I realized that the crossbars were not there. The salesman, John, was understanding and did work to resolve the problem, but upper management was certainly far from understanding and cooperative. Would certainly not go back here for Service, and have no confidence that their supposed 'lifetime power train warrantee' would not somehow be voided.
Additionally, make sure you ask about all costs associated with the purchase of a vehicle. After looking over the paperwork, we found a $379 administrative charge. Considering we paid cash, it's hard to imagine what this is for, other than additional profit. It indicates that this is negotiable, however, it is totally glossed over while signing papers as you are picking up the car, so unless you 'catch' it, and then threaten to walk away from the deal, you are stuck with this hidden cost.