Re: Who NOT to b uy your next car from , you may get a great deal then be arrested
I was in the market for a new vehicle for my wife a few years ago and was at my local Chevy dealership. I saw an obviously mistake on the tag that hangs from the rear view mirror pricing a brand new Duramax x-cab loaded truck for $24,000. It wasn't what she was looking for, but I told her to just go with it and let's have some fun with these guys. I checked the stock number and it matched the stock number on the windshield sticker. About that time a salesman came out to greet me and I quickly told him I wanted this truck. He asked if I had any questions about the truck and I said no I just want to buy it and I have cash. We proceeded inside and started the paperwork. He then had to go get the buyers order signed by the manager. I could see the managers office from where I was sitting and witnessed a 10 minute long debate between the two. The manager then comes out and tells me he cannot sell the truck for that and that is was obviously a misprint. The guy ended up being a real dick and told me he didn't care what the advertised price was and I should probably just take my business elsewhere. I told him thanks for making my decision for me and I will do just that. I knew I wasn't getting their truck for that, but decided to have some fun with them and their true colors came out when there was an issue. My wife was actually up in the air between a TrailBlazer and a Toyota Camry - we went with the Camry. As a business owner myself it amazes me how many businesses out there are run and employed by completely rude clueless a-holes!
Last edited by Mr_Shamrock; 10-03-2012 at 08:50 PM..