My Review Of Suburban Chevrolet Cadillac:
I went in specifically looking at a Dodge Avenger they had, but was unimpressed by the quality of the vehicle. I told Mark my budget and what kind of car I wanted. The Ford Fusion fit everything I was looking for. After my first test drive, I liked it a lot. I went back the next day to work on financing to see what I could get.
After waiting for almost 2 hours in the lounge, he finally came in and announced very loudly that I have awful credit in front of another customer. Yeah, I knew that. But everyone else didn't need to. The interest rate was very high, but I know that's my own fault - so I was still willing to buy the car.
I had my dad come in, who is very good with cars. We went for another test drive, and suddenly the heat didn't work at all. My dad used his Actron car scanner and found a few codes in in indicating problems. We came back and waited to talk to Mark about it for almost 30 minutes, turns out he was right around the corner chatting with a coworker and just didn't see us come in. This happened a lot, and got very annoying.
I was given me a CarFax after my first test drive, which had 3 accidents listed, all mild to moderate. My dad put the VIN in, and the accidents were listed as severe. There was frame damage on the car, and when we told this to Mark he said "Well, it's a great car for the price" $11,000 for a car with 90,000+ miles and frame damage isn't a deal.
We left immediately. He was very nice to me when I was looking by myself, but as soon as I brought in someone who knew a lot about cars he had an attitude and didn't even try to earn my business. I guess he realized he couldn't lie to my dad.
Linsy, however, is wonderful. She's a very nice person to deal with. Had she been my actual salesperson, I probably would have continued looking at their inventory until I found a car I liked.
I ended up driving 40 minutes to Pinckney to buy an 07 Mustang and was extremely happy with my experience.
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