If I could leave negative stars, I would. Our nightmare started off innocently enough. We stopped on Thursday to look at a vehicle for my wife. We decided to make the deal Saturday, called, said we'd be there in 10-15 minutes to make the deal. Salesman gives us keys tells us to take a last test drive to make sure. Wife absolutely falls in love with it. We get back, start working on the trade in, finalize numbers, 20 minutes into that process, salesman comes back and says sorry, someone just bought hat car. Turns out someone who came in AFTER us was given the car while we were finalizing our deal. At that point it went south in a hurry. Our salesman tried to locate the same vehicle elsewhere to do a trade with no success while apologizing several times (he was not the problem). I asked to see the sales manager, who may be the most unprofessional person I have ever encountered. Someone leading a team of customer service folks should have at least minimal customer service skills themselves. Instead of profusely apologizing and asking what he can do to keep our business, he chose to open with yeah, stuff like that happens, attitude seemed like he couldn't care less, didn't offer any resolution...pretty much told us tough crap. When I asked again how someone who came in after we started working on the deal ended up with the car we were buying and why he didn't offer any other resolution, he says "There was nothing out there you want". Free lesson, maybe if you weren't such a jerk with a horrible attitude and made an offer to step up and right your dealership wrong without me having to ask you to...you know, do your freaking job....we probably would have been able to make a deal. Don't worry though, we went to another dealer and drove home in a new car that night and will make sure I share my experience on every online platform I can so nobody has to deal with you and your horrific attitude you seem to think is good customer service again.