Without rambling on again my WHOLE story (like I did in the dealer survey), I warn against going to this dealership. I had test driven the MO twice and came back in late Oct. 2005 WITH A CHECK to get the car. No loan needed. I got some rookie, possibly not-even-a-salesguy who tried to sell me the late model year DEMO car for sticker. Ummmm....no. Then, he looks at my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition V8/leather/NAV/4WD/tow package and proceeds to insult my vehicle, while he's "evaluating it" for trade-in. Nice. So, after wasting a bit more time with this jerk, I left. I call the manager of the dealership. He tells me to come in and speak with him personally. I do, and he assigns me a much better sales guy. So I buy the car. Of course, by the time I get into the finance office to sign the paperwork and write the check, the conversation I had with the manager got "lost in translation" and they tried to jimmy the numbers on me. But of course, at this point, all the paperwork was printed. To top it all off, I get the car, which has now been prepped/cleaned for delivery to me, in the dark at this point, and take it home. The next morning I get in the vehicle and it is filthy (it was the manager's demo vehicle). There was trash tucked everywhere, PILLS on the rear floor, a plastic piece missing from one side way underneath the lower front bumper (which I found thrown in the cargo area with the spare tire). I call, and take it in for a detail and it came back somwhat cleaner, but with trash still in the cell phone holder compartment. Which I had to literally HAND OFF to my salesguy, who was standing right there. Needless to say, not going back to this dealership anytime soon, and will be looking for another dealer in my area to perform any service I may need. By the time all these things added up, from the cruddy "dealings" to the state of the vehicle, I was fed up. OK, so I rambled. But please, avoid the Sheehy chain of dealerships in the Washington DC/Baltimore metro areas!