So I walk into the Acura dealership in Troy, MI. The dealership is devoid of any customers (as far as I could tell, anyway) and I'm guessing that all of the salespeople were at their desks doing whatever. It was the only dealership that I visited where nobody bothered to greet me. By the time a salesperson spoke to me, I had already done a loop around the showroom and had opened up a vehicle to see the interior. At that time, I was greeted and that was it. After I finished my second loop around the showroom floor, I approached the salesperson that had said 'hello' to me and asked him if he had a minute to answer a couple questions. He did so, but at an absolute minimum. I would still like to give him credit as he was the only employee to speak any words to me. I don't know if it was the fact that I appear young than I am, if it was the fact that I wasn't wearing my nicest clothes or the fact that I am a woman - but I most definitely got the feeling as if I was profiled and therefore not worth their time. Little do they know that I have enough money to my name to purchase a handful of brand new Acura's, on the spot, in cash. Your dealership really screwed the pooch on that one, Acura of Troy! Moral of the story is - if you're looking to be treated with respect and to have an enjoyable car shopping experience, DO NOT GO TO ACURA OF TROY. Unless of course, you're an older male that projects the appearance of sleeping on a mattress made of money, then I'm sure they will swoon all over you.
I Recommend This Dealer:
NO CLUE AS THEY ALL REFUSED TO SPEAK WITH ME, LET ALONE GIVE ME THEIR NAME OR ASK FOR MINE
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