I started out just drooling over the exotics cars they had in stock but soon found they had a car I liked, but most importantly wasn't in the $100,000 range. I went in to look at the car and was greeted promptly. I was in the younger crowd when I made this purchase but that didn't deter them from treating me like any other customer, which is a good thing. The transaction was smooth and simple.I had a car to trade in and they worked with me to get the best deal. They even gave me more for my car and lowered the price on the car I was buying without me even asking. Now that's service! I understand they probably just wanted to get rid of the car, but hey... I can dream I got a great deal. Part of the deal was they fix a check engine light and the center display. This ended up taking 3 months of in and out of the dealer. I would have cost me well over $7,000 to fix everything, but they did it for free because it was in the contract. They could have weaseled out of it, but they stuck to their word, even though they pretty much broke even on the whole deal.Now for the bad... if that's what you want to call it. I was in more recently with a friend while he was looking for a car and the salesman was taking us out on a test drive. I enjoy driving a car to its fullest, as long as it's safe to do so... This salesman, who shall remain nameless mostly because I don't remember his name, drove way to fast, took the corners way to hard, and had no regard for speed limits or no passing zones. Granted he handled the car fairly well, but it was far to excessive for a test drive. Other than that I have had pleasant experiences at I5 Motors, I wouldn't hesitate to do business with them again, but I don't think they carry any of the cars I am currently interested in.If you're in the Market for German luxury, Italian super cars, or many other exotics, check them out.