Warning! I went to the Chuck Hutton Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership on Mount Moriah, in Memphis, Tennessee to the labor day sale to buy a new dodge truck that was advertised at 50% off in the Commercial Appeal newspaper. When I got there I felt good because they had the truck that was advertised. As we went to test drive the vehicle I was not surprised to find someone else who had come in after me was wanting to drive the same truck. I test drove the truck, shook the hand of the sales guy while still in the vehicle on a cash deal agreement to buy it at the advertised sales price in the paper. Back at the dealership things started turning ugly real quick. They wanted to charge me 1000 more because I was paying cash. After much arguing I finally gave in and agreed to that!! Then they started trying to sell me on a different truck. I was standing firm and insisted we had an agreement on this truck. Then I found they were selling the same truck to the guy that came in behind me and who was in the lobby. When I told this man I was buying this truck, his salesman told him don't listen to me, and then said,"" he isn't buying the truck."" The next thing I know- someone else was test driving the truck! When I refused to buy a different truck my salesman finally admitted to me that they had sold that SAME truck to someone else earlier. I was helpless and have never seen such arrogant -in-your-face-oh-well-and too-bad, frivolous sales operation. It was very obvious they were using this one low-priced truck to try to sell everyone else on a different and more expensive vehicle. I feel like hiring an attorney! If you experienced the same please post it on these guys. They wasted my entire day and I felt extremely ""used"" after the experience.
Cons: FABRICATED SALES PRICES AND FRIVOLOUIS SALES TACTICS