Traded my really nice 2006 Ford Mustang GT (my sweet ride for 4 years) to them this past week and was told by the sales manager that the car had 3 codes coming up and would be basically unable to sell it. He offered me $4,000 for trade on a car that was valued by KBB for $7,600 to $10,101. I was distraught. I told him I was expecting somewhere around $8,000 for the car and I couldn't take so low. He re-offered $5-5,500. I told him $6,000 was the best I could do. He came back a third time and said that "because we were return customers, he would slide it in for us - EVEN THOUGH it was un-sellable with all of the problems the codes showed, and a horn that didn't work". I thought he was saving me. This afternoon, my wife was checking to see if the Mustang was listed - even though the manager said it would be sent to an auction - and saw it listed for $12,100! So, the car that was in bad shape, with a horn issue, and codes, is now listed for DOUBLE what they gave me. The answer I got was that they always put it on for 120% value (meaning it is worth $10,000) whether it is through the garage or not. Even so, they are either selling a car with problems for $6,000 over what they gave me to some unsuspecting person, or there is little wrong and they are going to make over $4,000 on the deal. I was lied to and cheated. I will never be back.