Classic example of why people hate going to car dealerships. Advertise all kinds of special deals to suck people in, then place all kinds of conditions and restrictions ("you should have read the small print, sir"- sure if I had a magnifying glass! I'm a senior and I have poor vision!); fast-talking salespeople, even faster talking finance managers who deluge you with numbers to confuse you- ya, just overwhelm the old guy with all kinds of flash & numbers until he signs out of frustration and bewilderment. I bought the car on condition of a specific sales "special" which is now being denied (the publicity was deliberately misleading, juxtaposing “No payments for 6 months” and “We make the first 6 months’ payments”). When I confront them, the best they can offer is a chintzy $300 in free oil changes for a year (and even that was on condition that I only drive limited mileage per year). On top of that, the salesperson assured me that because of all the new safety features, my insurance would “probably” be lower- it increased by $70 a month (a 50% increase!), and made a reference to a free tank of gas if my “video review” was aired, then quickly changed the subject!! They could have ponied up the 6 months’ payments which would have cost the dealership around $1800-2000, and instead, now they’re losing out on 5-7 years of service visits on the vehicle, worth several thousand dollars, because now, I will take my service business elsewhere! As usual, once they’ve got your cash, to hell with the customer.