This is for the one in Frazer, I have a 22 year old nephew that needs to start building his credit, we knew going in that his credit wasn't bad he just didn't have enough. Like all dealer - they were going to let us know on Monday. No call Monday or Tuesday, nephew called on Tuesday - no return call. By Wednesday, I told him to call Neal who was the individual that called my nephew in the first place and told him to come down. By that time, we found the car listed on Auto Trader for $1000 less. Neal did eventually call him back and said he would honor the price and for my nephew to call on Thursday and he would let him know when he could pick up the car. By Saturday (week later), the "car" was on a train - not sure why it was on a train when my nephew drove the car the previous Saturday. So my nephew was to call on Monday to find out when the car would be on the lot and he could pick it up. So he got his insurance, and suddenly - he needs $1000 dollars cash to pick it up. Not once in any phone call did anyone mention that he would need cash to get the car and the price was still at the orginial price. I spoke to Neal, today - I told him that never did either he or Eric mention to my nephew that he needed $1000 not to mention that this kid has been waiting for over a week to get a straight answer from either of them. I will never do business with any D'Ambrosio dealership again - I had problems with them years ago and so did my sister-in-law. We thought we would give then another try - three strikes and your out. My nephew has been approved through Scott Honda for a car.