Everything was great up until after I had signed all of the paperwork. I made it a point to mention that the one accessory that I wanted on the car were illuminated kick plates inside of the door frame. I was told by the salesman no less than 4 times that the car was equipped with them, only to be told after I signed the paperwork that the car in fact did not have them. I noticed that they didn't light up, but thought that since it was sunny out I wouldn't see them very well anyhow. I believed that I was paying for a car that came equipped with them and was under the impression that the deal was made on a car that had those installed. I was informed after the paperwork was signed that I would now have to pay more if I wanted them installed, but as a concession, the dealership would cover the labor to do so. Although a nice guesture to install for free if I pay for the parts, it should have already been completed and installed before I even bought the car. I was lied to about the features on the car and it was not the car that I agreed to purchase. I had to push back just to get the solution that I did, but it is not sufficient and does not rectify the situation in my mind. I will not recommend the dealership to anyone unless the dealership is willing to make this right and provide me with the car that I was promised.
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