Anybody who walks into a $30,000+ purchase being uninformed has only themselves to blame. There are all kinds of on-line resources today, this site and many like it for example. There's one simple, final word that works if you cannot get the deal you want--"no"--and two essential tools--your feet heading for the door, real or virtual.Oddly enough I'd respect a dealer (marginally) more if he just said "Market Adjustment $1,400". What bothers me is that they'll convince an un-informed customer, with a straight face, that this package that costs them $300 has any real value
I don't even care that much if they're greedy (no one is forcing me to buy a car from them), its the damn lying that makes me walk away.