This topic is ironic for me, I just posted this week under "200 rental" to state my complete satisfaction with my new 2013 chrysler 200. Amazing car. However, the ironic part is that this new topic "chrysler dealer training" was something i was thinking about all week. While the car experience was amazing, this story would probably blow your mind, and might consider me a jerk for not bringing this to someones attention. I live in ny, and called a dealer in georgia because they are a volume dealer and last year was able to get me my 2011 dodge charger in the color and options i wanted, at a price much cheaper than any local dealer was able to do. They located the car for me in PA and i drove 2 hours to get it. However, the dealer in Georgia this time could get me the chrysler 200 i wanted, but they couldnt come close to a price i was willing to pay, no matter how we tried. I wanted this car, a limited with the polished wheels for 275 sign and drive, not a dime out of pocket, including the tax and dmv. The dealer came back and said i was 100 off, would be 375. I had brought my charger in for servicing to a local dealer and had mentioned that i was looking for the chrysler 200 from the dealer in Georgia again, and the salesmen checked with the manager and the manager said he would match that price. 275. Well, i waited four days for them to locate the car, i went saturday to pick it up and i definately thought they were going to change the price. To my surprise, i walked out of there 275 sign and drive lease for this 28,000 sticker car. HOWEVER, after i signed the lease agreement with the finance person, the salesman wished me luck, shook my hand, pointed to the car, and said good luck, thank you very much. My jaw dropped, but i tried not to show my disbelief. i walked over to the car, got in, tried to figure out a few things, and drove out of there. There was NO attempt to show me a damn thing in or out of the car. I was shocked, but i left because i knew i got an amazing deal. After a few days, it hit me, that was plain wrong. Now, surveys are coming to me already, regarding my treatment at the dealer. Do i spill the beans? or, do i just glorify them because i got a good deal. It left me with such a terrible feeling, while i truely admired the dealer for sticking to a price, I almost feel like i was treated spitefully because i was able to get over on them in price. What are your thoughts guys, still havent filled out the surveys, contemplating what to do.