Well Tuesday mom went and bought her First Buick - a 2017 Envision Premium I in Chili Red / Lt. Neutral. It was a dealer demo and they had it advertised for 40% BELOW MSRP. A deal like that can't be passed up, it was less than even the Preferred models with the normal 25% off. We contacted the dealer Saturday and asked to hold the vehicle and said we would be purchasing it Tuesday Morning, had confirmation from the salesperson and manager. We drove the 2 hours to the dealer for our appointment Tuesday morning and the General Manager and salesperson were both off, another sales person knew we were coming and had the info ready for us, but the vehicle was not on site... They tried to offer a Preferred for the same offer or Essence for slightly more but she said no, she wanted the Premium. After about 3 hours, the vehicle was located. During the wait, we did all paperwork (the salesman first had paperwork showing the car for amount $1,000 more than the ad (luckily i had the screen shot of the ad on my phone as they removed the listing when we reserved it) and they honored the price and took another $300 for the delay, we tried for more but they wouldn't budge. We knew it was already a good deal so it wasn't worth fighting more. The sales person also went through all the head unit and cluster menus with her and showed her apple car play works and most of the features of the car. When the car showed up it was dirty inside and out and the salesman seemed shocked when i said i wanted it cleaned. I wanted to inspect the clean car before leaving. Overall it took about 5 1/2 hours of waiting. I have bought 3 other cars in the last 12 years online and its always been a quick 1 hour deal - sign paperwork and leave, so we were both very upset. As we were about the leave i noticed the all weather floor and cargo mats were missing and demanded a set, so after a 30 min search of the detail area and other Envision in stock, they gave us a "we Owe" and said they will order a new set. Never actually driving the car until the way home (i know this is poor practice, but we were eager to leave) Mom enjoyed the 3 hour drive home, traffic was terrible. She said very quiet and smooth ride and nice power. They offered $500 for her Bonneville so she said no and i will sell it myself (one owner garage kept car with all records) shouldn't be too hard, so i ended driving that home. She leaves for vacation today and was looking to buy a vehicle after she returned, but couldn't pass up the deal. Overall she put about 200 miles on the car but is very impressed and is looking for many more years and miles. Below are two pictures, they are not the greatest, but you get the idea.