Well- the listed below was my gf's experience which is pretty awful:
"I honestly don't know where to start for this review. I want to say that ironically the sales person was nice and not aggressive. I also want to say that the original car I was looking at was not doable as it was used and wouldn't work with what I wanted and was bringing to the table. Which all of that was fine. I was very clear that I didn't need a car, just was looking to see my options. I understand loan to value has limitations and my personal parameters have limitations. I would have entertained more options if the following did not happen, I have never written a review that will include a name here as I know customer service especially in sales is yes, a stinky job and lots of pressure, but no need to be treated the way I was today!
One of the finance Managers: David W. Originally came over with my sales guy as what happens when in that process at every dealership. At first I could tell David's attempt at genuine customer service was lacking and felt forced, but hey none of us are perfect right? We all have bad days? Well when I outlined what was presented to me that it's just not the right fit, David grew very impatient and then proceeded to become aggressive and throw what I can only describe as a tantrum of sorts. His tone became extremely condescending and outright rude. They have you initial a non-binding piece of paper that says what your looking for. He proceeded to accuse me of committing to it in an accusatory way in which I turned to my sales person for clarification (his face seemed to be surprised at the situation) then David increasingly rude ran over to his area and back and said did you not sign this?! Flapping the paper in a derogatory manner. I said I agreed to nothing that which was presented to me. I then at that moment was in shock that I was truly being spoken to and addressed in that manor. I'm a customer service supervisor myself and have taken dozens of escalations in my life I would be fired if I ever treated anyone in this fashion. I said I do not like where this has turned. I honestly didn't know what to say or do. He and the sales person took a time out and then David came over and he discovered he had missed something on my credit and it wasn't even doable anyway?! Lol.
My poor sales guy tried to deescalate the situation and was just talking with me. And I honestly would have considered other options and they threw out things, but I just wanted to get my keys and go home. I told my sales guy I was sorry and that it wasn't him, and that it is all David's doing for acting that way. I actually felt bad for him!
So I left. And this could be a coincidence but my car was pretty blocked in and David was out there for a smoke...no proof of that tho.
My sales guy had some other finance manager call me while I was on my way home. I said I can review things If you want and he said he would send me an email this afternoon with other vehicle options, but even checking my junk mail it appears I have not received a thing lol- so not sure what happened there.
This is one of the worst customer service experiences I've ever had, but it is a great example of coaching I will be able to use with my representatives on what not to do.