1 Stars - I purchased a 2008 Nissan XTerra from Lamb Nissan, sight unseen, since I live in Tucson and had been involved in a major head on collision. My boyfriend and I had asked to drive to Prescott and see the vehicle, but were told it was locked up in an area for detailing. We did everything via email and phone, which did go rather smoothly, but when we got the vehicle delivered to us in Tucson, it was far from the advertised "excellent condition". There was a delay for the dealership to "detail" the vehicle, yet instantly upon driving off in the truck, we started noticing problems. The seats were still extremely wet and the truck smelled of wet dog. The center console was FILTHY, dog hair and scratches covered the entire interior and doors of the exterior. Options listed in the section of INCLUDED options were not on the vehicle. When we contacted the salesman to return the vehicle, he was less than accommodating, and to a point rude. At this time, we requested the GM. He too was trying to push that we hold off a few days (to get past the 3 day return period, therefore forcing us to keep a vehicle we were completely dissatisfied with). We made the 4 hour drive to Prescott late on Friday night in order to return the vehicle within the legal time limits. When we arrived at the dealership, we were treated rudely, and they continued to try to make deals with the vehicle. They did allow us to drive the vehicle back to Tucson, to save us from renting a car, but Monday I was still receiving emails and calls trying to convince me to purchase the vehicle at a lower price. I told them I was absolutely not interested and to send drivers for the truck immediately. When the drivers arrived on Monday to pick up the vehicle, it was mentioned that they were not even taking the truck back to Prescott, but instead dropping the piece of junk off at auction in Phoenix. Piss poor business, trying to coarse a "single" woman, who was mentally and physically beat up and exhausted, into staying in a vehicle that was absolutely not even remotely suitable for sale, especially for $18,000 or even the $12,000 they offered. Clearly they realized the vehicle was trashed, or they wouldn't have taken it to auction. I will NEVER do business with this dealership and will make sure my friends and family in all of Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington spread the word. Please use extreme caution when dealing with Lamb Nissan!!!!