Bait-and-switch practices! Dishonest! Beware!
I called today their sales department and spoke with Aaron inquiring about a pre-owned vehicle asking if they can make it OTD price I was willing to pay. He responded that yes. I asked him again and again asking if he is sure providing him on his request with the Stock # and their internet price. He confirmed 3x all together, saying twice "yes, we can do that". After arriving at the dealership 45 minutes later and receptionist called Aaron telling him that I am there, suddenly she turned to me and said that he is on a lunch brake. Another salesman came who showed me the car, but when I was ready to pay telling him about the price and agreement I had with Aaron, he brought a paper with their regular price. I repeated that I had agreed upon price over the phone with Aaron. Then he "tried" to find some notes in the computer, then he "tried" to find Aaron, telling me at some point that "he is nowhere to find". After 15-20 minutes sitting and waiting there I heard that the receptionist started calling for Aaron on their PA system. She called again. Another 15-20 minutes passed. It looked to me like he was hiding. At the end, highly anticipated Mr. Aaron showed up denying his agreement, claiming (read lying) that he told me "we can discuss". Advice: if you call them, record the phone call, or ask them to send it in writing before heading to the dealership.