Drove near 2 hours to get to the dealership to mistakenly arrive at the Kia, not Hyundai, to look at a used Toyota Highlander. After being drug around by the salesman I thought I was to be meeting because he had the same name, we were told we went to the wrong part of the dealership and needed to go up the parking lot to the other dealership. He offered to go get the car we were going to look at, just to come back 10 minutes later to tell me the car had sold. This infuriated us, so we went to speak with the manager who said the car hadn't sold, but took 15 minutes to find the key because the salesman I had spoken with and scheduled the meeting with had gone home. They then brought this new salesman in for us to look at the car. When we went to open the door of the car, it was nothing but smoke smell from where whoever previously owned the car had smoked. When we pointed this out, he tried to lie and say that it must have been the previous person who test drove the car smoked in it, which was ridiculous. We drove the car, and it drove well, but when we came back, he was pressing us to buy the car without even popping the hood. We started to look around and noticed there was mold in the spare tire compartment from water leaking into the car, and the fenders had been pushed in where the car was in an accident and white spray paint tried to cover the damage. After we pointed our frustrations and they tried to take us to another trash Honda that had been wrecked in the tail-end and the hood release had a wire from where it was broken. I would expect this from a buy here pay here, but not from a so-called actual dealership.