Extremely dishonest and shamelessly deceptive online advertising. I got a "good" deal on my 2020 Charger, but they had advertised a great deal. The salesmen were mostly friendly, but not entirely honest themselves, often seeming to make stuff up on the spot that they thought might sway my decision their way (one tried to convince me I was crazy if I thought I could trade in a 2 year old car for a brand new one and keep the same payments [for the record, I ended up with payments $20 less than I had before]; one tried to tell me that my zero interest loan on my trade was the reason it was so hard to get a good payment on the new one saying that zero interest is only good if you intend to pay it to term; one kept insisting that they were giving me the "Patriot Price" as advertised and that I just wasn't doing math right). I don't regret my purchase at all, but the process has been like pulling teeth and it's still not over. I purchased the car on 9/7, the car arrived 9/17 and I asked at that time why my trade in had not been paid off yet. Accounting told me that they hadn't received funding on the new car yet and sent me to finance, who told me the same thing, to which I replied, "but I used your bank." Turns out they needed "proof of residence" which I provided on 9/18 when I picked the car up. I called today (9/22) and they still hadn't received funding. I had to make another payment on my old car, which is certainly going to make buying my tag a lot harder (they issued the paper tag on 9/7 when I purchased it).
Overall, I have not enjoyed the experience, and frankly I'd recommend anyone to make the trip to Broken Arrow to buy from Chris Nickel. The Charger is an amazing car! I don't regret the purchase at all. I'm just regretting it a bit that I made it at Patriot.