If I could give them a ZERO rating I would! I was searching for a particular Lincoln at a certain price and Carfax had one listed at Sarat that met my criteria. When I called to put down a deposit on the car, they informed me that the car was mis-advertised and was $10,000 more and that it was the fault of Carfax. Be aware that they have yet another vehicle on Carfax that is also falsely advertised at $10,000 below their actual price ~ coincidence?? Definitely NOT! (These incorrect prices have also not been changed on the Carfax site in the 5 days since I was initially in touch). I did learn from Carfax that they never lower prices on vehicles in their ads unless they are instructed to do so by the dealership. Since Carfax has so much more to lose by being deceptive, I feel comfortable that this one small dealership is pulling the fraudulent strings and NOT Carfax as I was told by Sarat's Manager. This Manager was also very disrespectful and rude to me. He told that I "could go the the Mass. Attorney General's Office and complain and that they did not care". I then wrote a very courteous email to both the General Manager and the Owner (Jeff and John Sarat) asking for a response to this problem. After 5 days, neither has even bothered to show me the courtesy of a response. I think it is safe to assume that with their 1.3 rating, it says it ALL and if the General Manager and Owner do not have respect and courtesy for potential customers, why should any of their staff? It is obvious that this is SARAT's way of doing business. Quite simply, SARAT is practicing "FRAUDULENT and DECEPTIVE practices and they just don't care. Shame on you SARAT!! You should not be allowed to continue to be open for business in the Commonwealth. I'll leave that up to the AG's office. My best advise to anyone considering buying a new vehicle from Sarat or anyone else, is to check your potential dealership's reviews first.