My Review Of Premium Nissan:
Besides the fact that the dealership was empty, there were no amenities, and the employees were mostly glued to a car auction on TV completely ignoring the showroom floor... before the salesman asked about what I wanted or needed, he was busy taking down the info regarding my current car & lease. When we finally started talking about the car I came in to see, there wasn't one available to look at or test drive. The salesman checked features on his smartphone, he couldn't even show me anything on a monitor because he didn't have a computer. There was no brochure available for the model I wanted, either. The price he scribbled on a dirty sheet of paper was valid for only 24 hours, and when I asked how I was supposed to close a deal without a test drive or even sitting in the car, he offered to let me sit in a customer's filthy car that was in for service, even though it was not the model or year I was buying. Then he showed me a piece of paper (8.5 x 11) with over 30 tiny car pictures and said mine was the one on the top left. In spite of the salesman's pleasant manner, it was the worst car shopping experience I have ever had.
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