On August 21st, I went in to research buying a Tuscon. At first,the salesperson was very friendly (read chauvinistic), giving me the once-over. Even though I felt objectified, I gave him the benefit of the doubt, (lesson learned) but when he started to understand that I was hesitant to commit on this day, he began with the hard sell. Talk about high pressure sales tactics! He began name dropping people that he thought would influence me into believing I was making a good decision. He even bulldozed me into puting $500 down "as a sign of good faith". (lesson learned) On that same day, I decided I did not want to buy the Tuscon. The salesman and the manager both rolled their eyes at me as if I had wasted their time. I was made to feel as if they had been doing me a favor. I asked for my money to be refunded and was given the silent treatment. Then, I was told that the lady who does the money processing was gone home and that my money would be refunded on Monday. I asked if I had to come in with my credit card and was told no, that it would be handled. I called on Monday and was told the refund had already been processed. By that Thursday, I had not seen the refund on my card so I called again. I was again told that the refund had been done. Ten days went by without the refund showing up on my Visa. I went in to the store at this point and was told, again, that the lady was not in the office to do the refund. I went in the next day and finally got the refund. While standing at the counter waiting for the transaction, the store manager gave me the once over as if I was a piece of meat. This dealership uses bullying and gender discrimination in order to make sales with women. They are not honest people, not decent in their dealings, at all.