The car looked beautiful and the listed price was good and fair, so I contacted the dealership to confirm it was available and to ask them to quantify all additional costs they would charge. After 2 attempts to get an answer, Joshua advised they had a $475 document fee (not crazy) plus $1,090 in other charges for dealer prep, etc., which made the total still within a reasonable range.
Josh also advised “Also we provide a 2 year 26k mile warranty on the vehicle which for this
particular car my cost is 2995 which is your choice,” which is absurd, but since it was my choice, I still wanted to see the car.
The night before we were going to see the car, I received an email telling me there was another buyer willing to buy the guarantee, but he assured me “If you are willing to finance or purchase the warranty I will gladly finalize the deal with you.” Now 10 days later the car is still listed. It seemed to me that the extra $2,995 for the extended warranty wasn’t my choice.
I’m giving 2 stars because they at least told me before I drove the hour to test drive the car and saved me that.