If you even think about getting a car from these people, run, run away, run away fast. I picked out a Jeep that seemed to be in good shape, and wen I test drove it, the roads where I went were flat.
Then, when I went to take it home, the computer went wacko, and the thing could not climb a rather steep hill that I encounter every day on my way to and from home.
They told me that the computer problems and the chugging and banging while going up hill are "features" that I need to get used to in a newer vehicle.
My 04 Kia Sedona has 400K miles on it, and runs and drives a lot better than that thing can ever hope to.
I am glad that I didn't trade-in or park my van, because I need reliable transportation.