Caveat emptor (BUYER BEWARE!). This past Memorial Day weekend I attempted to purchase a new vehicle. I negotiated a price and was sent an email with the details including price, dealer's fee, taxes, etc. which I agreed to. I asked salesman if I could give deposit to guarantee deal- he told me not to worry about it and he would call me back on Memorial Day. Well, of course, I didn't get a call and he didn't respond to my calls or texts. Becoming very suspicious, I finally got the dealership to connect me to his phone that evening. I wanted instructions on how to proceed and ensure that the deal was going to take place. He reassured me and said he would be speaking to his manager at 9 am the next day, then contact me.. Of course he didn't call me the next day so I asked for a manager -who was never available. I did finally get a call back from the general manager who informed me the vehicle was sold 3 days prior! All he could offer was his apologies. That explained why salesman was not returning my calls. The salesman strung me along and outright lied to me, knowing the vehicle was already sold! He subsequently had the audacity to blame me for losing the deal because I was unable to get an updated appraisal on my trade in last week (mine was just over 2 months old). This had nothing to do with the issue as he eventually agreed in writing to offer me the value of my 2 month old appraisal. Furthermore, I then decided not to trade the car and just buy the new one, taking the trade in out of the picture altogether. He also blamed "upper management" on selling the vehicle (he took no responsibility). He then told me that the price on the vehicle was a mistake, despite the fact that we negotiated in writing. Bottom line is he had no qualms about making an extra buck at the expense of the customer. It's this deception and flat out lying that gives certain car salesman a sleazy and untrustworthy reputation. I would never attempt to do business with this dealership again. They should get zero stars, but it's not an option!