When I went in, I said at least fifteen times, that I was going to pay cash for a new Jeep. Beware! The finance guy is cute and adorable, but he is [non-permissible content removed]. I'm normally a hard sell, but he got me - twice!! He will tell you all the great things about the car, but will not tell you that everything he mentions is costing you money that he is adding on to the cost of the car. I expected him to review the invoice with me line by line (the way a real estate agent does), but instead, after all the paper work was finished, he folded the pages in eights - half, then half again, then half again, slipped them into an envelope and slide it across the desk. I said, "Hey! How much is this car costing me?" When I got home and looked at the final invoice, the numbers were manipulated, nothing matched what the salesman told me. It took a frustrated call to the sales manager and the finance manager, and three days to get them to write the contract the way I wanted -for cash. Who knew it would be so hard to get a car dealer to take my money!! I will recommend the dealership but with the caveat - beware!! They will be vague and misrepresent and treat you like you're stupid - They will talk you into buying a brake system to prevent "pumping" the brakes - Well, I'm a 74 year old women and even I know you can't pump ABS brakes!!! As far as the question below about the dealer honoring all commitments made - well, we'll see.
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