Wednesday Sept4 I test drove several cars. It's worth noting that the NIssan I wanted to drive, I couldn't, because, and I quote, "We lost the keys. We're really terrible at organization." Ended up test driving a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta (with high mileage) I really liked. They ranted and raved over how good this car was and how great a deal it was. I bit the bullet and bought it. They didn't wash it, they didn't peel the stickers off of it, and they couldn't fill it up (I had 10 miles to empty) because, and I quote, "There are a million sales people and a million managers and we lost the one fuel card we have." Fast forward to Saturday. Oil light comes on. I add a bit of oil and it turns off. Okay. Sunday. Oil light turns back on. Take it to my preferred shop and drop it off. Monday morning the techs tell me that the car was 1.5 quarts low, on top of the 1 qt I put in the day before. The car which takes 5.7 qt of oil was 2.5 low. They top it off, said they couldn't find any leaks, it looked fine and I should be good to go. Go out and the battery is flat dead. Annoying, but maybe someone left the lights on. Anyway, they jumped me and I left. I called Mann Chrysler and ended up in a heated discussion with the most uncaring manager I have ever dealt with named Todd. He said the car is mine and any issues it has are also mine. Thank god I bought an extended warranty. I drove straight to Autozone and had them check my battery, starter, and alternator, which all came up fine. I drove to Kroger, grabbed some food, and get back into the Jetta to go home. Check engine light turns on. Tuesday, 6 days after I bought the Jetta from Mann Chrysler in Richmond KY, I am told that the Injector and gasket associated with it are what the check engine light codes mean, and it's going to cost me $140 just to have Don Jacobs diagnose it. The repair was simply described as "not cheap". I hope my extended warranty covers it.
In closing, run away as fast as you can from this dealership. It's a big name dealership with back yard Buy Here Pay Here policies and once they have your money, they don't care about you. I was told all I could do is trade it in for something else, and "depending on what you trade it in on, we'll try to be fair", when I inquired about how much they would give me for the car I bought from them 5 days prior. They would "try to be fair" but that was entirely dependent on what I traded it for, and I don't trust anything on that lot that has wheels.
You'd be better off doing a deal with a crossroads demon. It might cost you less in both money and frustration.