Respectfully, I was ignorant too until you actually get the car. Do NOT let the excitement of the car and honeymoon phase get in the way of going through ALL aspects of the car. Really look at every panel, make sure ALL electronics work as they are supposed to, look for noises, make sure steering is aligned. Hell even get a paint meter because your car may have serious damage to it that they will likely not take responsibility for. Also when you get your back after you note any of the issues, check all the panels and wheels to make sure they did not damage your car. I think its realistic to not expect quality or luxury as yo you mentioned. Be careful and good luck! I hope your experience isn't similar to the numerous people who keep posting similar to our experience.