I went to Teddy’s Nissan looking for a deal on two vehicles (Murano, Rogue) for a lease. The salesman who worked with me was very polite and new at auto sales. He tried his hardest to make a deal. Unfortunately, the first number given to me was on the lower-cost vehicle (Rogue) when, in fact, he said it was for the Murano. He realized his mistake after I asked for a quote for the Rogue. It seemed too good to be true. He left and went to the car magician where they calculate the numbers. He gave me the monthly payment for the Murano this time. Obviously, this payment was out of my budget. After I rejected the deal, he asked if his manager could come over to say hello. I obliged, and we had a direct discussion on the above-mentioned vehicles. I indicated to the finance manager that his salesman made a mistake on the initial vehicle quote. He tried to work another deal for a higher priced Rogue within the same payment as the first quote. However, the down payment was now increased by over $800 more. Would anyone with common sense construct a deal when you first caused an error on the original quote and not offer some kind of customer incentive on behalf of their mistake? Well, they didn’t at Teddy’s Nissan. I won’t be purchasing a vehicle from this dealership anytime soon. Unfortunately, the first error made by the salesman seemed almost like a bait and switch scheme in the end. The moral of the story don’t do business at this dealership I left feeling embarrassed.