I am a level-headed professional. I did my homework and researched a vehicle they had for sale online .... 2011 Chrysler with $8500 off MRAP price which soon became $7000 when I arrived. I liked the car and set my financial parameters. We agreed on an out-the-door price and they began prepping the car. I was then informed after pushing the salesman for specifics on monthly payment that it would be a 15% loan .... CRAZY!! It went from an agreed @$499/mo to $697/mo. I currently have a 5% loan on a 2011 car. I declined their offer and left frustrated/disappointed. They called me the next day numerous times with "you are going to love what we were able to do for you" messages. The loan magically became a 4.5% interest rate as long as I purchased an overpriced extended warranty and gap insurance from them. The loan increased by @$5000 on initial deal. I already have gap through my insurance company. I declined and re-discussed a fair deal with no "add-ons" and was told "I can't do that" via a text message. PLEASE GOOGLE: "Predatory Auto Lending Practices" .... classic example! Please go somewhere else .... "BUYER BEWARE" Can't say you were not warned. Good luck .... do your homework!! Off to another dealer for me ..... Chrysler should be embarrased they allow "Moore" to sell their cars!
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