First and foremost....we went to this dealership to look at a certified pre-owned vehicle. We already own one Nissan, and we were looking to buy another. We spoke to the manager, told him our budget and what we wanted our note to be, and he set up an appointment. When we show up for this appointment one day later, the same manager apologized and said he had actually sold that car days before. This was just the first of many shadey moves. Well, since we were already there, we figured we would look at what else was on the lot. Well, we found another car that seemed pretty good. So, we go back inside, and this same manager starts "crunching the numbers" and writes out a number on a sheet of paper implying that would be the price we would pay for the car. The whole time, he is talking about how is he is "loosing money on this deal" and that this was "the deal of the century" blah, blah, blah. It ends up that the monthly note would be $60 more than we would like to pay, but we thought we were getting a really good price since it was a brand new car. Well, long story short, after we return the next day to test drive it again, and possibly by the car, a few more shadey moves happen. First of all, they already had our last name and "SOLD" written in the window, although this was never discussed. Secondly, we have to work with someone else because the manager was "too busy." Thirdly, they start shoving papers in front of us to sign before we ever even talk about numbers/price/interest rate/etc. So, we refuse to sign anything more until we are completely sure we will be paying the price that was quoted to us. We had to ask multiple times to see and talk about numbers, and each time we were told we would do that with the finance guy. So finally, I asked to speak with the manager we had worked with and asked him "What is the price we will be paying for the car," and he stated the price he wrote down for us the day before. Well it ends up, the price that this manager wrote down was the amount we would be financing....NOT the price of the car total. I said "NO....what is the TOTAL price we will be paying for the car." At that point, he realized we called his bluff and stated the entire price including down payment, which was $6,000-7,000 more than we wanted to spend. So this whole time we were under the impression that the purchase price was actually just the finance price. Now, my husband has a business degree, and I have a master's degree, so we are NOT by any means stupid people who amused wrong. Basically, this guy was trying to pull the wool over our eyes. So, when we confronted him he laughed in our face and said "You really think I was going to sell you a brand new car of XXX price," and we said yes. At that point, he laughed again and walked away. Then, when this scene begins to become noticeable to over customers, the financing manager takes us into his office, and said that there just must have been a miscommunication. Essentially, we gave him a piece of our mind, and walked out. THEN, the sales manager as the audacity to call us not to apologize but to just say that we were under the wrong assumption, blah, blah, blah. So, BEWARE! These people would lie to preacher on a sunday in church! WE WILL NEVER BE RETURNING TO THIS DEALERSHIP FOR ANY REASON AND HOPE THAT THIS REVIEW WILL GIVE YOU SOME INSIGHT INTO THE TYPE OF PEOPLE WHO WORK THERE.