My wife was interested in test driving the new Dart, the Chrysler 200, and I wanted to test drive the Challenger. After we test drove the Dart (which my wife did enjoy driving) the salesmen asked us if the car suited our needs. We answered yes and told him that we are going to buy a new car next year after the baby is born and we buy a new home. Once it became apparent that we were not going to buy a car this year we could sence that we were of no value to him. He tried to remain professional as we looked at the 200, however he hesitated as we talked about test driving it. I talked with im about test driving the Challenger, again he starting dragging his feet. So I told him I was not going to waste anymore of his time and left. I used to be in sales so I get it, he did not want to waste his time with us because we are not in the market for a car this year, which does not help his paycheck. However, next year when the time comes and if we do decide to buy a Dart or look further into the 200's we will not be returning to Lithia. If Lithia's sales staff is not willing to let us test drive cars because we are not buying a car this year then they do not deserve my business, nor will they be recommended. I have never felt unwanted at a dealership before today.
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