We were serious buyers. We went to this dealership to look at a 2017 Acura RDX 16k miles. We talked a little over prices after our test drive. But we didn’t settle on anything as we still had to see other options. The sales representative said my manager will probably want to speak to you to talk about the cars. She went the office came out and just said no that he didn’t want to talk to us. Given that was our first red flag that we were dealing with a xxxxx. After the negotiation started they did not want to compromise with us on anything. The only thing they were willing to knock off the final price was their OPTIONAL resistall. After we didn’t reach a mutual agreement then went to offer us another deal. “Same condition” only more miles. We reached an agreement over the phone because we clearly stated we had a LONG commute. They agreed on a price with us so we took the time to go check out this car they were offering. We saw the vehicle had scratches, one long scratch in the rear left side which was probably 20 inches, and more scratches around the car. The paint of the car was not as clear as the the first car we saw. The car also had a crunching noise on the brakes when going from park to drive. After the negotiation started the price went up the ONLY discount they gave us “749” because the trade in wasn’t in the condition they expected. We said we had agreed on a price if we drove back to check the vehicle PLUS this second vehicle they were offering yes was the same model, and more miles BUT was not in the same condition AT ALL. We said we would take it IF they fixed the breaks for us to test drive it and make sure it was fine. They gave us the 749 discount again, but said they would ONLY look at the brakes AFTER we signed. We told the sales representative we were not buying the car if the brakes were not looked at. The sales manager, Gene Melton, then come out to speak to us and said “who’s the buyer cause there’s three people here” all with a condescending attitude all prepotent. Said here’s the report this car was checked it got 8/10. I told him I understand that but we were told this car was in the same condition as the other one just more miles he cut me off and said “then do you want to buy the other one” again with the same attitude. I said I would like to but you’re not compromising with us. He cut me off again and said I am compromising with you I agreed on a price before even seeing your car which is not even worth a dollar. The sales representative was even shocked with his comment. Again only discount being 749. I replied to the dealer it might be worth a dollar but not to a private party. He said “I’d have to pay more to take to an auction that what your car is worth”. Then I decided to just walk out because I was not going to stand there and be disrespected in front of my son, my husband, and my mother by a xxxxx who in the first place did not appreciate my business because could not take a min to simply greet us the first time we went there. The money was not the problem AT ALL I was simply not going to OVERPAY or accept a car that could give me HUGE troubles. I was willing to buy as long as the brakes were looked at, but now I don’t want business with this place and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone when they dare disrespect potential customers like this. Complete waste of time.