I'd definitely recommend that anybody who wants to buy a vehicle from anywhere conduct thorough research into the vehicle, the price you should pay for the vehicle, what your credit rating is like, and what competitive rates are like. I first dealt with the Internet Manager, of course. I also dealt with "Minks" (the salesman), the Sales Manager, and the Finance Manager. I suggested a price (based on Edmunds and other research), and hinted I would likely stand firm and that I knew what I was talking about. The sales manager came out and asked if I had any idea of my credit rating, and asked if I knew my FICO score. I did know, and told him. He verified it in about ten minutes, and the next thing I knew I was talking to the Finance Manager and deciding what I wanted to put down. I got a very decent car at an excellent price, and it was a piece of cake getting it done. If I had to criticise anything, it was the Finance Manager's attempts to sell too many add-on services which (being an old hand at Honda and Acura) I knew were completely unnecessary. :-) But this was only a minor annoyance and it was a very pleasant experience overall. The dealership isn't located in the very best part of town...inside the dealership is fine, but you might have to sort of close your eyes to some things a couple of blocks from the dealership. Nothing to worry about...just don't drive there thinking you're going to Beverly Hills or Pimlico or something. Bottom line is that it was very easy, everybody had a great sense of humour and everybody was very helpful. I'd definitely recommend these guys...but be sure of your credit and your price first, as always.
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