When looking for a new 'economy' car, I did research on 4 of the 5 top-rated cars - which included Hyundai, Honda, Kia, Chevrolet and Ford - in the sub-compact category. I narrowed it down to the Ford Fiesta (after several test drives) and stayed as far away from dealerships in my area which I had heard horror stories about. Phil's Ford was the first closest dealership to my current residence and Tom was happy to let me test drive the vehicle. After 2 test drives, I decided to go with the SE sedan. Now came the hard part... Checking to see if there was one in current inventory (or nearby) that fit my specs. Tom showed me a couple there on the lot, but they didn't quite fit what I was looking for. After a couple of searches within the Ford 'nearby dealerships' inventory we found one that had one option more than I wanted, but didn't mind having. My specs were originally as follows... 5-speed manual transmission, the 201A package in violet gray or silver. What was found for me was exactly what I wanted - with the addition of a moon-roof. We could just as easily have factory ordered it, but I didn't mind the addition. Although I feel I got a good deal on the financing aspect of my purchase, this particular vehicle was a no-go for haggling, as they get a very low mark-up on the Fiesta's. I'm pretty certain that higher end vehicles would be a different story. If there is one thing I could change about my experience with this dealership it would be I would like to see a larger inventory available on-site. In their defense, it is not a large place to begin with.