Talked to Dan, a "30+ year Subaru sales veteran" about a 2011 WRX Premium. Dan said there were several WRXs on the lot to test drive, but when I showed up, Dan wasn't around and neither was the fabled WRX. Wes, the "regional Subaru sales leader" tried to strong-arm me into buying the base WRX sitting in their showroom (the one they won't let you drive) or putting a down payment into a WRX Premium sight-unseen. I told them to shove it, and I left.
I was ready to buy; all I wanted was a little honesty. I suggest avoiding this place.
Bait and Switch.
Advertised for a car under the wrong model name on website. I was amazed at the price so called to confirm. They confirmed and so I went down. Wasted hours and left work early. They brought me out to a car that cost 6000 more and played dumb about it.