CAUTION WHEN DOING BUSINESS: I recently went in to buy a Kia Stinger GT V6 Twin Turbo, I chose this dealership to buy the car from specifically because they had the exact color for exterior and interior that I had wanted. When I had went in, I spoke to Nathaniel extensively about the specifics of the car (model, engine, accessories, etc) and even showed him the exact car on their website. Nathan then assured me they had the car and that they'd pull the car around back. Nathan then brought in the manager so I could speak with him and I went through the paperwork happily, driving off I was excited to have my dream car. After a short 2 months of driving, I had been noticing that the car's performance wasn't where it should be. I opened the hood and found a 4 Cylinder Twin Turbo engine, so I researched my VIN number only to find out that they scammed me into buying a Kia Stinger Gt Line at the price of a GT. I contacted Nathaniel and when he heard what the issue was, he began ignoring me. I drove an hour to the dealership, was greeted by a man at the front desk, and when Nathan happened to pass by me, it sparked up the conversation of why I was there. As I was attempting to speak to the man who sold me the car, the front desk agent butted in because he was Nathan's father saying, "I'll handle it," without knowing me or the situation at hand. I asked for the manager who assisted me with the paperwork and he was able to speak to me, however he was unable to solve the issue. All that was done was a verbal apology and an employee discount for maintenance. I SUGGEST YOU CHECK YOUR CAR BEFORE YOU SIGN ANY PAPERS HERE, THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY FOR CAR YOU NEVER ASKED FOR.