Received a promotional flyer in the mail, designed like a lottery ticket, it appeared I won $5K, but I thought this can be correct so I called the number and the lady said yes I was a winner and to come in to clam my prize and scheduled a appointment for the following day. The next day I still was sceptical so I called back to confirm, I even told the lady that this was my day off, I lived and hour away, my wife is disabled and I’ll and we have a new born so I would have to arainge for child care so if this was a scam to please let me know so I wouldn’t waste my time. She again promised me that I was a winner and to come in. So being the gullible person I am I took her word for it and headed to the dealership only to find out it was what they called clever advertising to get customers in so they can sell cars and I wasn’t actually a winner of the $5K. Seriously, after letting them know about my family situation they still took advantage of me.! Even worse when I spoke with the manager the following day he said it works so he wasn’t going to change anything! So I caution you that doing business with a company that would use deception to fool people to get you in the door isn’t going to sell you a car at a fair price, they are crooks that pray on the innocent minded good hearted people in their community!