When I die...I want to be buried here. From the outside, this building is very unassuming. It looks like nothing more than an older warehouse. However, once inside, you are greeted by the most impressive collection of cars you will ever see. From the front line of exotics like Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, $300,000 Mercedes...to the Rolls Royce fleet parked in the corner...to the impressive collection of off road capable Jeep Wranglers...then on to the more affordable luxury cars...this place has something for everybody. It appears that everyone on here worked with my sales rep Kyle Bull as well (understandable since they have a very small sales staff). Let me start by saying I was not one of Kyle's clients who bought a car that cost a house. I purchased a 2 year old Mercedes Benz E class fully loaded. When I first went to Straight Line I had my sight set on a Toyota Camry, due to the price range I wanted to stay in (less than $35K). When we first met, I told Kyle upfront that I was there to look at the cars and there was no way I could afford any. He asked me what my budget was, I told him, then somewhat sheepishly, told him I would leave. He laughed, explained how $35K is plenty of money to spend on a car, and walked me around the warehouse showing me a few of my options (there were plenty). Once I saw the Mercedes, I was instantly in love. I had never wanted something so bad in my life. I knew I would have to begin the "fight" for this car from him giving me a highball offer and me countering with a low ball. I knew that I was going to have to leave, call in a day, maybe come back by, and play the typical used car buying game. Before any of this could begin, Kyle told me he would "see what we could do on this car"...a line I have heard before. When he came back with my quote, it was less than what I told him I could spend (significantly less). Kyle, I will be back...but not for awhile...since I still LOVE MY FREAKING MERCEDES BENZ!