They certainly won't budge on that destination fee. I argued with them about it for 3 days over the phone and told them straight up I'd buy the car if they would drop that double charge and not only would they not drop it, they continued to argue that it was a legitimate means of calculating cost no matter how many times I explained that it's part of the MSRP and therefore can't be added back in unless they discount the MSRP by $1000. Told them to shove it and got a better deal elsewhere (smaller dealer discount but cheaper overall because of the lower processing fee and lack of a second destination charge). Their lease payment also calculated out to be $670 a month for a GT that had been negotiated down to below 30k w/rebate. This was over $100 more than it should have been and even when I asked them what values they were using to calculate it so I could plug them into Kia's own lease calculator, the numbers weren't close. They refused to explain why this was, though they magically made it $50 cheaper the next day with no explanation (which still made it over $50 too high). They should rename the place Crooks of Woodbridge.