By far the worst dealership I have ever dealt with. I wasted two hours of my life at this joke of a dealership. I only asked two things from this dealership: How much for my trade-in? And how much for the truck I am looking to buy? Two hours later and I only have the trade-in amount.
We went to this dealership looking to buy a Ram 2500 Laramie. We were not greeted when we got there. We walked by two salesman sitting out front and was ignored. This is ok with me as I rather look around first. So after we located the truck we wanted, I walked back to the dealership building and got one of those two salesman to help us. I forgot this kids name but he starts doing the paperwork to get an appraisal amount on my trade-in. He of course keeps my keys so "his service manager can look at my truck as well." This is of course just a sales tactic. They like to keep your keys so you can't just up and leave at your discretion.
Now this is where things get weird. The kid salesman passes us on to an older (more experienced) salesman. He tells us he has to because he "has to teach someone how to drive a stick." This became very awkward as he never left the dealership and most certainly did not show someone how to drive a stick. So now we are forced to pretty much start over with this new salesman. He kept saying "this is why I hate coming in at the tail end of a deal." He went out to the truck (2017 Laramie) we were wanting. I guess to get more info off of it? They said they also have a 2016 Laramie. He went to go find that but came back and said the truck was damaged.
So after literally two hours, I still do not have have a trade-in amount or a price for the truck we are wanting to purchase. I tell him this and he quickly and rudely says they will give me $37k for my trade-in. This is lower than other dealerships but I realize this is a numbers game. As long as they can sell the truck at a decent price, we can still make a deal.
So he comes back with the price of the truck. It was a really good price but they were still talking of $800 a month for the payment with $1000 down. I told them I am tier 1 credit and I do not put money down. They ask how much do I want my payment at? I already told them I was wanting around $700. So they have me sign saying that if they can get it at $720 for 6 years, I will purchase. I agree, sign it, and then fill out the credit app.
Now it gets weird again. He comes back with the keys in his hand and says "what is this?" I look at him like he is stupid. He then says "what keys are these?" Well sir, those are the keys to the truck we have been discussing these past two hours. He then tells me that they must have put in the wrong stock number. We walk out to the truck and confirm the stock number on the keys, is infact the correct stock number to the truck we have been working a price on.
So after two hours, this dealership wasn't even getting me pricing on the truck we were asking for. They were giving me the pricing on a stripped down SLT, not the Laramie. And I find that amazing because who in their right mind would pay $800 a month for a stripped down Ram?
I have bought a lot of new cars. I have been to a lot of dealerships. Some good experiences and some bad. But this dealership takes the cake. This has been the most ridiculous and incompetent dealership I have ever been to. I am shocked that this dealership can even remain open.