I was looking to buy a Nissan Rogue, and the first dealership that came in mind was Quad Cities. I went in, found out they didn't have the Rogue that I wanted, but was told that they could look around the other local Nissan dealers in my area and get back to me. Sure enough, two days later, they found the exact Rogue I wanted. Test drove it, ended up liking it, and tried to make the deal. I dealt with two different salesmen before having to deal with the rude Sales Manager. Before he came into the picture, the second salesman and I agreed on what was a fair price. When he heard what me and him had agreed on, he jumped into the negotiation and, for no reason, upped the agreed price by $500. He never said why, did not provide any logical reasoning other than the usual "we'd be losing money", even though the second salesman told me that the price we had agreed on was their bottom line price. But I guess for the Sales Manager, it was not enough because I feel like he wanted to make extra money off me (I'm from outside the US). I tried to reason with him, but he went on all sorts of tangents like "Am I providing your financing?", "Do you have a trade?", "Can we count on earning your business?" etc. I couldn't get through to him so I decided to leave at that point and try finding the same car somewhere else. As I walked out, he shouted (everyone in the building heard it), "You will not find the same car for that price!". Little does he know I went to Dave Smith Nissan the next day and got the car for the price I wanted with a few more options and accessories. Never will I step foot on Quad Cities property (not even for an oil change).