A typical case of false advertising on price. They set their price very low for the online fish bait. Once you are in the dealership, they have 3 "adds" that are apparently non-optional. One for the windshield protection. One for the Tire and Wheel protection (might have actually considered this one). The last was the craziest I have ever seen. It was for "Cleaning the car" $1,299, fo them to detail, and certify the car, as CPO. There was zero chance I was paying for this fee, as that should be part of any car buying. Certified pre-owned is more intense, I understand, but not 1299 worth. Management did negotiate the price of the "Cleaning" a little, but would not remove, and would not touch the other two. I walked, and they were happy to let me. I drove into Dallas the next day, and found the same car, with only 4,000 more miles, for $800 less.....and most importantly, NO REQUIRED ADDS. Save yourself some time, skip this place.