I was almost burnt badly in 1996, and I expressed this to Gavin (the salesperson. Went in for a Maxima loaded, and agreed upon a price and an interest rate of 10%, they told me to come back the next day to pick the car up as they wanted to detail it. I came back the next day, and before they would let me see the car, they insisted I sign the contract. I briefly looked at the contract and when my eyes saw an interest rate of 10.5%, I said nothing. I got up and walked out!That was 1996, now in 2017 looking for a Murano, Gavin tells me they can do a lease deal at $429 and to come down. I get in the car with the husband and seek Gavin out. He is busy, so I must wait until he is ready. He greets us and we sit down in the service rest area. This I thought, will not go well.... I ask him "Are you new, you do not get an office like the other salespeople?" "They are busy and needed my office". OK, so we agreed upon a price of $429.00 for a 36 month lease. He says the lease will be $465.00, and the purchase will be higher. I immediately say I am no longer interested, and thank him for his time!? My husband and I are walking out the door and a man is walking up to us, it's the finance guy asking "is there anything I can do for you?" Nope! Don't waste your time here!