I went shopping for a vehicle online and fell in love with the Acadia. Naturally I preferred a used one and sent a request to get a price and see about potentially trading in my charger. I spoke with Daniel on the phone who was great. He instructed me to see Lee when I arrived the next day. When I arrived I was reassigned to Mark who at first seemed to be extremely helpful and catering in describing everybody about the process and the perks of the acadia. I was excited and ready for whatever. To my surprise I was told that I would get a better deal if I traded in my car for a new one instead of the used one. So I agreed. I was told that everything was set except for a copy of my mother's check stubs to complete the deal. After that I waited and waited and waited. You would have thought that I was selling the car instead of them. Almost 2 weeks into the deal, after many failed text messages and phone calls to Mark I decided to call the Finance Department and spoke with Bethany who reported that she would call me back and she did but reported that she would call me back the next day and didn't. Finally the verdict came back that I was approved for "$32,000" but I could not get the acadia due to my trade would have me upside down in payments. Unfortunately the cars that they had were that I wanted. Finally I set my sites on the Equinox and was told that they did not carry that particular truck. When asked if I was allowed to get it from another Sunrise (3 in town). I was told yes I could just ask for Christa. Needless to say they ran my credit and my mother's credit again to attempt to get me approved for the Equinox. The salesman Steven was great at the Collierville location but the same Finance person Christa worked on my deal at the Wolfchase location apparently worked at all 3. My complaint was why do I have to run my credit and my mom's credit again if they are all affiliated. I was told that they are not so I complied to see what deal I could get because since it's the same Finance person then this should be easy. No it wasn't, I was offered a deal for a used equinox with $40, 000 miles and I would have to keep my charger instead of trading it in. What happened to the approval for the $32, 000? Well your guess is good as mines because it apparently never existed. This has by far have been the worst experience in my life. I would never come back to either of these places. I went to a car dealership in Mississippi and they got me in a 2015 Equinox for so much less than what I was offered here. Now I have to pay to clean my credit up and my mother's because they ran our credit over and over and over again.