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A month or so ago, I bought a Subaru Impreza. I got a pretty good deal, too. The salesman gave some innocuous reason for not filling in certain parts of the Sales Agreement. Then, when I went up to pick up the car, the Sales Manager told me that they had figured the % wrong, and/or based it on the wrong model. The actual cost was going to be a bit more than discussed. Lo and behold, those costs happened to be the parts of the form that the sales guy left blank. I have already found two other customers that they used this tactic on. We do not have to accept unfair and deceptive practices. Subaru has other dealerships that are honest and deal square with a customer.
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