While all car dealerships are great if you walk in a buy a car. They are all terrible if you are on the fence. They keep you there as long as possible wasting your time, promising you things they can't deliver, hoping you'll be worn down and just buy something, even if its not your ideal choice. But the worst place I visited was Jim Butler, using Nate Brown. He kept changing what promises he could make, that he couldn't deliver until I was there forever, being led on by his delaying tactics or switching the deal or the car or whatever. In the end he offered me a worse deal than I had been offered by a competitor that I showed him when I arrived. And got testy with me for rejecting it. I will never go back there.