Poor shopping experience. I mentioned I was interested in Camry’s. The salesman (a “gentleman” who had recently moved from ny where he owns a restaurant and who could answer very few questions about the car) doubled up with Fabio (another “gentleman”). Fabio tried to tell us that the first salesman’s bonus depended on a sale today.
The first salesman told us he needed to wrap up this sale as his family was waiting for him. The whole experience was awkward and inappropriate. When we said we needed to think about it, the first salesman stormed off upset. Threatened us that the “great deal” they were giving us would not work tomorrow. We kept hearing about his lost bonus. What about hearing about the car we were about to buy? Deeply unprofessional.
Jason D., I am not interested in contacting you or responding to your canned response. You’ve received enough similar feedback. Please deal with it in an honest manner. I wish I could remember the first sleazeball’s name but I can’t. I believe he had a Vietnamese name but I could be wrong. Either way, please acknowledge these issues and deal with your salesmen appropriately.
We ended up leaving and bought a car next door at right Honda just because I couldn’t stand hearing about shitbird’s bonus any longer. Why did we buy it there? Because the salesman we were working with would answer some questions with “huh, I don’t know that. I need to find out”.
This gave us the opportunity to learn more than we already did about the Honda Insight and decided to go with it. This is by contrast to the salesmen we interacted with at Toyota who made up facts, e.g. “nope. Never any recalls on that Toyota.” Really? A 3 sec google search says otherwise.