I really like Malcolm Cole at Revolution Kia. He's knowledgeable about his cars, gives you a great run down of the vehicle like no other car sales person I've ever dealt with. I have nothing bad to say about him as a person. That's where it all ends with this dealership. Once I met Milan, the sales manager, I instantly got that smarmy salesman vibe from him. From there it all went downhill. Not only was my trade in undervalued substantially but the negotiating process was tiring and exhausting. With a vehicle that has an MSRP at about 23K, the price these guys brought to me was initially over 30K! After negotiating down a few thousand dollars, my wife decided to go to the local Kia in our home city. Not only were we offered more for our trade in but the exact same vehicle we were interested in at Revolution Kia was priced at 20K after rebates. Not only did Revolution try to scam us on the rebates but the taxes as well. When you have a trade in, you only pay taxes on the difference between the trade in value and the actual price of the car you're trading in for. These guys were trying to charge the full tax on the price of the car. I get times are tough in Grande Prairie but this was ridiculous. Same your time, energy and piece of mind and go else where.