Bait & Switch
I have worked with this dealership to buy two vehicles over the last two years. The first time, two years ago, the mileage on the online description w
I have worked with this dealership to buy two vehicles over the last two years. The first time, two years ago, the mileage on the online description was off by 20,000 miles (and not in right direction). So when I went to look at the car I wasn't interested because of the high miles. I did end up buying a different car, that I have been happy with. That said, the car I ended up purchasing was $8,000 more expensive, but that was my call. The second time, about a year ago, there was a great deal advertised online. I called and they said the vehicle was still available. We got there and the vehicle was mysteriously gone and no one knew what happened. They showed us some other vehicles, and we walked out with a BRAND new vehicle and my head was spinning on how I ended up spending $15,000 more than I intended to. So today, I see a pretty great deal on a vehicle online. I call, the vehicle is still available. I ask them to work up pricing and financing. They come back with a number that was WAY higher than I expected. When I ask why, they tell me the price online is a typo and the actual price is over $4,000 more. I think I need to learn my lesson. Seems like a lot of bait and switch going on and I'm not willing to overspend a third time. BEWARE!!!