I dealt with Lance and I was happy with his service. When I drove off the lot things went awry. The radio wouldn't work (I've since had it replaced for close to $400. The installer said the radio that was installed was installed improperly. It was a Subaru stock radio, but not my Subaru's stock radio). The auto windows wouldn't work. And there was a constant chirping sound unless I had my foot on the clutch. I emailed Bob (sales manager) the very next day and he told me if it persists to bring it to service. Service is only open on the week days until 530. This couldn't be more inconvenient. Once I did get in touch with service they worked with me to stay a little late to check things out. The chirping sound only got worse and worse. One could only hope whatever it was would be covered. I was wrong. I was told that the sound was due to "wear" on the clutch and it was going to cost me nearly $1000 to repair. Service is telling me that even though that's a lot of money anywhere else would be $1200. I'm thinking does he expect me to jump for joy thanking him because I just spent $13,000 on a "new" car and I'm getting $300 off a repair that I shouldn't even be worrying about... What's $300 after I spent $13,000? To make matters worse, my headlights out too! I tell him I'm not satisfied. I've had the car a week, to the day, and already I'm expected to fish out more money for repairs. Now call me ridiculous, but typically when you buy a car you expect things to work. You don't expect to be back in their shop paying for repairs in a matter of days. Note this was not my first time back. Once due to a data entry error with my tag. I had to go back to sign more paperwork. To add insult to injury, it's been over a month, my temp tag is expired and all they can do is send me extension paperwork that I have to have notarized and take to DMV. Sounds fair since I'm not the one who made the error. Are they apologetic yes, but does it sound genuine, no. "Sorry this happens and there's nothing we can do". Right. I also had to have an emissions test performed because it was "missed". I was reimbursed, but it was just something else I had to do. I asked service for the paperwork so I can consult with my father who's worked on cars his entire life. As well I've driven manual transmissions my entire driving life (20 years) and never had an issue such as this. Maybe the clutch should have been replaced before the car was marketed for sale. Ridiculous thinking perhaps? After all if all the cars on the lot are serviced things like this should come up and be addressed prior to sale. The service team with the owner did take another look and tightened something in the clutch to make the noise go away... for now. They were also nice enough to replace my headlight. I traded in a perfectly functioning vehicle I never had major issues with. I'm sad the way things turned out with Marietta Sportscar. The sales staff was friendly. Even the service guy told me he was here to help not screw me over. Unfortunately for them I would never recommend or buy here again. I do believe in honesty. If you're upfront and honest I appreciate it. It may not have probably wouldn't of changed my mind on the vehicle. If only you owned up to it and repair them once they're noticed. MSC didn't do that. Which is why I can't recommend them.