after calling the dealer to make sure car was still avail, adam the manager was the one who answered my call. he said car was still avail. I then proceeded to ask him questions about the particular vehicle. I asked if the car had been involved in any accident, he said that the auto check was clean. Then I asked if the car had any visible signs of damage or previous paint work, his response was that it was a local trade and the car was well taken care of and it was a low mileage car with no damage. I told him I was coming from over 100 miles away and he indicated that all their cars were inspected and he knew this car personally. I decided to drive the trip, 2 hours one way to purchase the car. Upon my arrival, the first thing I noticed was damage to the front bumper, obviously it had been in a front end accident. The hood had been painted with substandard repairs and both rocker panels had damage to them and passenger side mirror had some signs of damage. Adam then sent the salesman in to look at the carfax report. Salesman said the car had an accident on the report. Adam then apologized for the error and said take the car for a drive and if you like the car, we will make the price worth while. I took the car for a test ride and immediately noticed an alignment issue with the vehicle. There was also break noise with the vehicle. It seems that almost everything the dealership said about the car was wrong. After the test ride, I asked the manager what price would he sell the car for with these problems. He responded by asking what price did I see the car advertised at! My thought is that the dealer must have multiple pricing at multiple ads, because how is it possible that a manager doesn't know the price of an advertised car.. I told him the price that was advertised and he said he would take another 300 off the price. 300 dollars is not what I consider "worth while" when the car needs over a thousand dollars in repairs. Beware of this dealership's advertising and descriptions of vehicles. The manager, Adam, completely misrepresented the vehicle and wasted half my day. my only recourse is to make others aware of my experience at Marty Kendrick Nissan.