worked internet price with Scott, went to dealership with trade-in and worked out deal. Told him I needed to call other dealer I had worked with just to let them know. This was my wife's trade and after speaking with her, she wanted other dealer to appraise the car. The other dealer also needed to see the vehicle. I explained situation to Scott and this is where it turned ugly when the sales manager got involved. The sales manager informed me "we" had a deal so my response was I had signed nothing and that my wife wanted her vehicle appraised by other dealership. The deal wasn't off yet. His actions were pissy, he turned and mumbled something,walked into glass office and made some remark to group that were inside and they all laughed,clapped and cheered. When he came out with my keys I called him on it and his response was "what, I'm just getting your keys" and walked off. Never got his name, no introductions whatsoever. I shook Scott's hand and explained what had just occurred was totally unprofessional then left dealership. Peoria had the better price. I bought new vehicle this day elsewhere. For me, Principles are better than price. I was always taught "actions speak louder than words", this could not have been more true. This particular sales manager needs to realize it is we the CUSTOMER that are responsible for his handsome six figure salary.