Comparing similar vehicles and dealers for comparison shopping, I spoke at length with Stuckey Automotive about their costs (dealer fees, specifically) before I agreed to put a deposit down and drive two hours from Harrisburg for their vehicle. After arrival and at settlement I found that they were not honest about their fees and were charging hundreds more than I was promised. I would have gone to the other dealer i was shopping with whose initial quote was higher (absent the surprise Stuckey fees) but all once was said and done, I was several hours into this and had driven over two hours, so I wasn't going to leave over a couple hundred dollars. When I complained, they reduced their fees slightly, but I still ended up paying more by a couple hundred dollars than I was quoted two times in the two preceding days. Additionally, once I complained, they "happened" to find a better finance rate (2.36% v. 3.99% for my 830 credit score) than previously. The rate didn't change the payment significantly, but instead served to further my perception that they are not an honest dealership - they claim finance rates are independent of them, but somehow didn't give me the best rate their set of banks provided until later, when it was "magically" found.