My wife and I found we needed an SUV. I was told by someone I respected that the Land Rover was a
good solid SUV. So I called to find out where the dealership was. A very helpful fellow named, Tom,
answered the phone. He was a gentleman. He explained slowly and clearly how to get to the dealership. When we arrived at the dealership, I asked for him, Tom Padula, and he introduced himself.
He asked me why I wanted an SUV. From that moment on he continually described the utility of the
Land Rover in a detailed way, that related to what I had initially told him my needs were. At the same time parked right next to me in the showroom was a breathtaking Jaguar XJL sedan. So while Tom was showing us the Land Rover he would answer my questions about the Jaguar XJL. He did all this without seeming to be pushy or trying to sell both cars. Finally we decided on a Land Rover. However, I could not stop looking at this Jaguar XJL. He asked me what kind of car I owned. He then started to
compare and contrast the Jaguar XJL with the 2011 Mercedes Benz I owned. He did two things; he asked how this particular Jaguar would satisfy my current needs, and then in an interesting detailed way, explained what this car really was and is.
By the time my wife, myself and Tom Padula were finished, we left the dealership with a Land Rover and the Jaguar XJL. Because we had the luxury of dealing with a highly intelligent, extremely competent man named Tom Padula.
Dan Lvey also was an extremely straightforward and honorable man in explaining how the purchases would be executed.
Robin and Estelle