My experience was quite unprofessional. First of all I advised that I was not willing to negotiate the price that I wanted to spend for a vehicle and that I had been pre-approved by Chrysler and another company for financing. I stated my price and later was contacted by a member of their staff. This staff member convinced me that I would receive the price that I wanted out of the door if I drove to the dealership which is 2 hours away. I emphasized to him that I was serious about this purchase and would not settle for anything other than $20k out the door. Out the door I explained to him meant tax, tags and all fees. To my surprise I arrive there and the first thing even before seeing the vehicle I was asked to submit a credit application. I refused to do so and asked to see the vehicle. I was further advised that they were awaiting a major part for the vehicle. To me the vehicle is under warranty and any recall means a new part with zero miles. Nonetheless the service provider asked me information and advised that she was not submitting a credit application but needed the information to submit to Chrysler. What do I find out when I arrive home? A credit application was submitted on my behalf. Why? I never even agreed to purchasing a vehicle. Why might you say didn't I purchase the vehicle? There were no incentives for my driving 2 hours to this dealership. What I received was a totally deceptive practice that I intend to forward to someone who will investigate this further. I would be charged $1498 if I purchased this vehicle in addition to a dealer fee of $799 and NC taxes of $ 680.91 and $95.00 for NC tags. I was advised that the $1498 was for the front windows to be tinted, First Place Finish, Nitrogen in the tires, Tire Protection and roadside assistance. I asked the General Manager if I could opt out of window tinting, first place finish, nitrogen in the tires and roadside assistance all of which i can purchase on my own. He said no and that all of his new and used vehicles would have this same fee and he replied yes. I said to him so if you get in a used Toyota Camry that person has to pay you all $1498 to have the windows tinted, nitrogen etc and he said yes. I own a BMW and other used vehicles and never have I had to agree to window tinting, first place finish, or roadside assistance. These are all options that we as customers can get anywhere. This deceptive practice has brought with it a sour taste in addition to the fact that they have some bozzo who phones you and promises you things that won't happen just to get you to present to the dealership. I'm very very disappointed in this dealership and won't return nor will I advise any of my friends who are also first responders and military to visit this dealership. Awful experience and I wonder how many other dealerships have these same deceptive practices. Regulations need to happen and I am just the person to make certain that this issue is investigated further.