Would not recommend Woodhouse.
They were super pleasant and nice but did not disclose everything up front, although I'm sure in their reply they'll say they were. I have all texts
They were super pleasant and nice but did not disclose everything up front, although I'm sure in their reply they'll say they were. I have all texts and comm, proving otherwise. A nice salesman named Rick alerted me that someone had backed out of a deal on a new 2500hd and I jumped on it after he sent me a window sticker showing 49k. Since it happened fast and they wouldn't allow me to make a deposit to reserve the truck, I did rush through paperwork that was emailed to me. Long story short they added $5000 market valuation to the purchase price (I assumed that was the total finance amount with interest, my fault) as no where did it say that $5000 was going to be added to the sticker price. I apparently was supposed to gather that on my own from the other trucks they have listed on their website, who knew? When I contacted Rick, who was SO nice before, he told me if I was unhappy I could try to sell it to Carmax. Very unprofessional and disappointing. I was excited to build a relationship with Woodhouse, and instead have to see what my attorney says. Probably make a good news story huh "Woodhouse slips in 5k adjusment on 25 y/o business owneer during covid" exciting. All in all, just read everything very carefully, and ask a lot of questions. If its too convenient, there's probably a reason.