My wife looked at a used 300 Signature edition and fell in love with the car. When working with the sales girl she tried to sell the car to my wife for 18,995 plus administration fee, e-test, and a fee for Carfax which she did not ask for. After doing some haggling back and forth a few times the sales girl said the best offer she could make was 16,995 and that was a fantastic price. My wife called my to see what I thought, so I went on the dealerships website to look at the car and they had the car listed for 16,995 THE SAME PRICE THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE THE AMAZING DEAL. After confronting the sales girl she was told that they would take off the admin fee to which my wife agreed. After messing up the paperwork a few times my wife finally signed papers that had the price discounted $795.00. When my wife received the car a week after signing the papers (they said it would be that long because they had to take it in to get detailed), the car was dirty, had cigarette butts in the ashtray, only 1/2 tank of gas and the car mats were missing (that were there when she test drove the car).
About a week after receiving the car, the dealership called and said that they had a problem with the paperwork at the bank and needed her to come in and resign. When she got there, the price they had on the paper was more than the price she originally signed for. When she said something she was told that they already sent the papers to the bank for that amount and if she wanted it changed they would have to go through the credit borough again and it would hurt her credit rating. She signed the papers again just to get it done with, but was not happy.
I would not suggest anyone deal with this company.