I gave this dealer 1 start because I was unable to leave zero. This has to be the WORST car experience I have ever had. I actually went there looking for a Honda but found a practically new (less than 2,000) miles on a Subaru that I was also considering. The price was very good for the car and I inquired about it. I wanted to sleep on it but did put a deposit down to hold the car. As the can was used (barely), it did have a Carfax. The Carfax showed that the car was aligned at 800 or so miles. I asked the dealer why this would be and the salesperson told me that some new cars need to be aligned (UM NO). I looked into it and called the place that did the alignment. They told me it was brought there after it went through collision as it is was an accident. I returned to the dealership to re-test drive the car as I wanted to make sure there was no issues with the chassis being bent as it had to be aligned due to an accident. The car did veer to one side. I asked the dealer why the car was aligned at only 800 miles (a different person this time) and he said "can you believe it, the lady that owned it rolled over a nail and 4 tires needed to be replaced and the car realigned." Nope, I can't believe it. For anyone that has actually had a nail in your tire, this is not how they fix it. Also, confirmation for the collision shop that the car was repaired due to an accident did not help me to believe this story. I called over the manager Michael to explain that we knew the car was in an accident after he and several others assured me this was not the case. He told me he would look into it and get back to me as I put down a deposit and was trying to buy the car. The car was sold to someone the next day. If you are driving around in a white 2021 Subaru from Rosenthal Honda in Fairfax, I strongly encourage you to look into the history or your car for your own sake.