Just got back from Merritt Motor Car. Was looking at this 1996 Chevy Blazer LS with 165,000 miles on the odometer (http://www.merrittmotorcar.com/inventory.html) for $3,995.00, which in EXCELLENT condition, this package/options Blue-Books for $3,101.00 (http://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/blazer/1996-chevrolet-blazer/sport-utility-4d/?condition=good&vehicleid=8748&intent=buy-used&mileage=165000&options=322908|true|322954|true|2730969|true|322998|true|322994|true&pricetype=retail).Unfortunately, this vehicle was FAR from excellent condition, and in fact: wouldn't even start with a brand new Napa battery. The sales rep confirmed it was a brand new battery, and when asked, couldn't produce any kind of service record for this vehicle whatsoever, and offered to jump-start it - which is just not a good sales pitch. So I began to inspect it for myself - which revealed several concerns ( battery was properly connected but zero power to starter motor or interior powered components, completely missing heat shield under the hood with insulation hanging down in tatters, dirt/gunk in coolant reservoir, slight rust in radiator, brand new tranny fluid, along with slight leakage around the transmission, slight leakage around head gasket, some finish chipping along exterior, significant rust on undercarriage, frame, and some suspension parts etc), though nothing that would have kept me from buying it for the right price (we were going to offer cash, btw).I would have inspected further, but it was at this point the sales rep decided to inform me that the vehicle price was "non-negotiable" and my findings were "common for a used vehicle" (to which I agreed, but... $3,995.00?), and he "wasn't going to let me JEW him down." Nice anti-semitic remark!A used car dealer who won't negotiate price, on a vehicle that not only doesn't meet the standards of 'excellent' condition by any legitimate standard... but won't even start...? This vehicle is in GOOD condition at best, considering it's mileage - and being non-negotiable on a mark up of at least $1000.00 off from Blue Book prices is ridiculous by any standard. Who knows what I may have found if I'd actually been able to drive it off the lot...Rude behavior by the sales rep, HUGE mark ups on used vehicles over Kelley Blue Book retail values, and non-negotiable sales policies on used vehicles with no service record is just bad business - and they won't be getting mine again.