Prior to visiting, I'd emailed with Paragon Honda and we'd come to an agreement on price, model, color, year, and the financing rate. When I got there to make the purchase, suddenly they could no longer honor what they'd said. Every single aspect of the buying process became a drawn out and aggressive negotiation -- the whole experience felt dishonest. For example, we'd agreed on a 1/.9% financing rate (based on a promotion being offered on Honda's website). Paragon Honda, after agreeing to that in an email, said they could not offer that rate once I got there. I had to show them the promotion on my phone before they agreed to match what was being offered on the Honda website. (That is, after the sales person "checked with his manager"). I needed a car, and got tired of haggling, and was ultimately willing to meet their terms ... until, after 3 hours of being there, they told me they didn't even have any new models of the car they said they could sell me. They only had used ones. At that point I walked out. This was the kind of experience that gives buying a car a bad reputation. The dealership where I ultimately bought my car was a total walk in the park compared to Paragon Honda. I would never recommend buying a car from these guys.