I recently purchased a 2008 Chevy Cobalt LT that I found on Cars.com from Longley Brothers Dodge in Fulton, NY. I had very specific search criteria, and this car caught my eye right away because of price, mileage and appearance. There were lots of excellent photos of the car, and all of the information a potential buyer may want was right there. I went to inspect the car and test drive it the same day. I had a very good first impression after meeting Chris Atwater, who was very friendly, down-to-earth and genuine. There was none of the usual forced or extreme friendliness you often get from car salesman that you identify as fake right away. Chris gave us the keys to the car right away, and then left us alone to inspect the car. He came back and answered any questions we had about the car, and was very honest and up front regarding a couple of problems with the car. Chris had to leave for a personal appointment during our visit, but there was a smooth transition when the used car manager Jack Montague took over. Jack was as friendly, down-to-earth and genuine as Chris. After the test drive, and noting the few problems with the car, I had an offer in mind. I was impressed when Jack immediately offered to fix all of the existing problems with the car, which included a new set of tires, repairing the CD player, and a diagnostic for an engine warning light, negating the need to haggle at all. The car was already so competitively priced, these fixes put the value of the car well above the asking price according to Kelly Blue Book, NADA, AutoTrader.com, and Edmonds. Throughout my dealings with Chris and Jack, not once did I experience any high pressure sales tactics, nor any pressure at all. It was like purchasing a car from a close relative! They followed through with all of the fixes, including an emissions problem that arose from the diagnostic, and the car runs and looks like brand new. I've never had a car buying experience as smooth. I plan to bring all of my vehicles there for services and repairs, and will undoubtedly purchase my next car from there once my wife gets tired of her car being completely paid off.