Saw on their website a 2015 Ford Econoline Cutaway. Since we were about an hour & a half away I called them the day before. Asked Omar if the picture listed was the actual truck being sold for $28,855. I was told that it was however, he would have his boss Manny call me back to make sure it was available. Within a half hour Manny called to say it was and the following day we took the drive. When we arrived Manny met us & I showed him the picture off their website and said this was the truck we were interested in for $28,855. At no time did Omar or Manny say to us that the price of $28,855 was not for the truck pictured despite me asking him specifically if it was. What a surprise when we arrived and the truck was being shown to us that we were then told if we wanted the body shown in the picture the total would be over $48,000. I specifically asked in my initial phone call was it the whole truck pictured and was told yes. Why would you put a picture of a truck on your website with an incorrect price? Personally I wouldn't trust a business that does false advertising and doesn't list the correct item that is pictured. We ended up driving on further south in NJ after that to a dealership that pictured a similar truck and gave the correct price. No games or gimmicks like Fette Ford did. I would never recommend anybody to this Ford dealership!
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