Let me start by saying I have purchased over 30 cars in my life, therefore, I have a lot of experience with the car buying process. Some were good, some were bad. From my first interaction with the dealership to me signing all the paperwork, it was easy! I showed up 30 minutes before they were closing, I asked to see the vehicle. They quickly stopped what they were doing and got me the vehicle. I reviewed the vehicle and left a deposit on it, so I could go take it for a test drive the following day (because they were closing soon). I returned the next day, as promised, the vehicle was ready for my test drive. While I was on the test drive, the low tire pressure light came on. I returned to the dealership and advised the staff of the light. They assured me that they would take it in the back and have their mechanic take care of it. The owner Mike told me he would stand behind his vehicle and if there was anything wrong he would take care of it free of charge. I left the dealership and the next day I followed up with the salesmen Bobby and said I would like to move forward with the purchase. They discounted the vehicle without having to play the negotiating game. The discount was pretty aggressive on a vehicle that was already priced below other dealerships. I immediately filled out the paperwork and there were no additional nickel and dime charges. I said I would return to take delivery of the vehicle the next day at 5:15pm. I was assured that everything would be ready and that I would be in and out. Sure enough the truck was detailed as promised, paperwork was ready, and the finance lady gave a thorough explanation of everything I was signing all while there was no high pressure to sell me any additional services. By 6pm, I was driving down the road. The experience here was extremely pleasant from the salesman Bobby, the owner Mike to the finance lady. I have to say the dealership's name speaks for the experience "World Class"!