I went to see a used FJ Cruiser they'd had on the lot for four months. It was a four owner vehicle that spent time in Pennsylvannia (= exposure to road salt) so I got underneath the car and saw the exhaust system was rotting out, as well as several bolts (inside and outside) rusted from chemical exposure. The car was overpriced versus the market to begin with and I offered a cash price that took into account the correct market pricing, minus the cost of replacing the exhaust system and muffler. The sales manager Bryan Strickland came out and completely refused to negotiate on price at all. He admitted he'd had the car on the lot a long time, that it was overpriced, that it has significant exhaust muffler and structural bolt damage, but he still refused to counter my offer in any way shape or form. In 35 years of car buying, I have never met a car dealer who refused to negotiate on used car pricing and I can't help but wonder if it's because I went in as a woman without my husband in tow then got underneath the car out in their parking lot. If you're a woman this is probably not a great place to shop, especially if you know cars. And whatever your gender may be - be aware that this company replaced the car seats to shine this used car up while ignoring major mechanical issues that are soon to be an expensive repair. Whatever's going on there, this dealership isn't the way you want to do business.