I negotiated my purchase online. The purchase price included a rebate. When I went to consumate the deal, the finance manger persuaded me to buy the car using the low interest rather than the rebate. Big mistake. The final price was far higher, even with the lower interest. The better deal was to keep the price I negotiated using the rebate price. He claimed that both prices were basically equivalent and I took his word. I later discovered that I paid far more than I thought. Lesson: never select lower interest because if you need to sell the car later, the payout price is much higher. In contrast, if you use the rebate, the final price is lower. Then, if you need to sell the car later, the payout price is far lower. I got burned and I'll never buy there again. The salesman was great, but the finance guy was relentless and really pressured me into buying extra things like the service contract. Big mistake. The cost was added to the contract price. When I wanted to sell the car later, I had to pay off that extra charge. Bottom Line: You can't trust these guys.
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