I was very happy with the deal on a car that my wife accepted. I do find it funny that when you are sitting at the salesman's desk there are posters telling you what a great warranty they have, that you will likely never need the warranty and how much they concentrate on quality. Then you get to the other desk to close the deal. They then start the high pressure to buy the extra warranty's to cover all that can go wrong. They start by telling you you will not be charged full price for these extra warranty's, and then there are several rounds of further decreasing the price of these additional warranty's every time you say no. Then by the final no there is obvious frustration on their part. I also find it strange that you pay less for the car if you finance than you do paying cash. If pushed they tell you that loan can be paid off in full at anytime with no penalty. So I paid one half down cash and financed the rest which I will pay off when I receive the payment book. I save about 12% by not paying cash.