Ana and JB at Norman Frede are your typical used car salesmen. They use all the same tricks that make people nervous when buying a car. I just don’t like being lied to when making a large investment, and I bet you don’t either. If they tell you they’re not like the ‘bigger dealerships’ in town, be cautious, it’s a bait and switch scheme. They had me wait a month until they had a Tahoe available, promising they would honor my supplier discount when inventory arrived, which was just a lie so I wouldn’t buy from Mac Haik Chevy in the mean time, which is the ‘bigger dealership’ in town who has more inventory. They touted how being smaller, meant they were more customer oriented, more inclined to offer better pricing, and would honor supplier discounts, they specifically told me this. So After a month and not buying from Mac Haik, Frede says we now have a Tahoe to sell, but no supplier discount will be given to you. They thought I would play into their hands and trickery, probably accept the situation as-is after waiting a month, and just buy the Tahoe, but I don’t do business with crooks. So I’m telling you now, coming from just a regular middle-aged, middle-class Texan in League City, Norman Frede is your typical used car dealership, keep that in mind if you visit them. Look for the signs.