It feels like I am not recommending the dealership because of the salesperson I dealt with because every other aspect of my car purchase was fine. From the start, Charlie almost made it feel like I was wasting his time. He seemed like he had other, more important clients to deal with, even though I was the only person in there. After he found out that I wasn’t just there to take an Audi for a fun test drive and that I was really interested in buying it, he seemed to care a bit more. The A4 I bought had a different MMI cable in the glovebox than my phone so I asked Charlie if he could replace that for me ( the one that was in the car was brand new, in the Audi packaging) he said he would look into it and take care of it but to give him a day or two. So I bought the car and kept texting back and fourth with him. I finally heard back from him and he informed me that they have it in stock for $85. I was confused about this since Charlie made it seem like he’ll take care of the cable and I wouldn’t have to worry about it. When I asked him about it, he said that it’s not possible to take care of that and that if I wanted it, I’d have to pay for it. I didn’t buy the Audi just because it’s a nice car, I also bought it because of the amazing customer service that comes with owning an Audi. Sure, I didn’t buy the most expensive car they had, but I didn’t expect to get lied to... I know it’s only an $85 cable, but it’s not about the money, it’s about the values and integrity. If this dealership is ok with this kind of behavior, What other shady tactics do they let slide. Very disappointed in Charlie and the way I was treated. I’m sure it would have been a bit different if I was buying an R8, but when it comes time to buy that R8, I’ll look elsewhere.