I purchased an F-150 truck from these guys. They had advertised $199 a month, so I went in. Seems the only one(s), which they had been advertising for months just so happened to already be sold. But of course they had many more, but they were like $500 a month. I looked at a demo that had 8,000 miles on it. I told them I could not afford that large of a payment, and left. The next day I got a call from the salesman, and he said he didn't realize that the truck I was looking at was a demo (yeah right) he said he could do a lease for only $312 a month. Seemed like a great deal. I wanted a new truck, so I went back. We signed the papers. I didn't know all the provisions of the lease like limited mileage and charges if you go over, the extra insurance requirements, etc. I was thinking the dealer was disclosing everything to me. I didn't get a copy of the documents, thay said they would mail them to me. When I finally got a copy of my lease agreement and had time to read the fine print, I saw the .25 charge for each mile over 12000 a year. The lease company actually sent a mileage audit form each year to determine if I had gone over the 12,000 miles, and I would get a bill. But the rip-off was that they put on the contract that the truck only had 12 miles instead of 8,000. I didn't even catch that when I signed. This dealer is scum in my opinion. Wouldn't even talk to me about the mileage when I tried to contact them. Why are the American Auto Makers always having financial problems? They let their dealers rip us off, try calling Ford with a complaint. Next vehicle: Nothing new or from a dealer. Lesson: Westway Ford has no values, is greedy, and rips people off for everything they can get: a typical Ford dealer.