My husband and I had purchased a new Nissan Altima in 2005 and it had over 200,000 miles. He needed a newer, more reliable vehicle as he is making weekly trips out of town. He has been very busy with work and really didn't have time or desire to go looking for a new car, so we decided I would look for him, and when I found what I thought he wanted, he would come take a look. After I did some looking around at other new cars, and giving him the information and prices, he decided he wanted another Nissan Altima, as he had had a good experience with his last one. Not only did he have a good experience, a few years after he purchased the 2005, he hit a deer on the interstate at 70 mph on his way out of town, and upon impact the hood of the car popped back, keeping the deer from coming into the front windshield, thus saving his life.
I went to Wolfchase Nissan and met with Young Lee. He took me around and we found what I thought my husband would like. Like I mentioned earlier, my husband has been very busy at work. Let me say he is a wonderful man, but has little patience when it comes to salespeople. The last place he wanted to be on his day off was at a car dealership, listening to a pushy salesperson, and making a large purchase. So . . . after his long week of work and him just getting back in town, I convinced him to go with me to look at the car . . . on a Friday afternoon. He was tired and hungry, but it was better than being there on his weekend he thought.
I had tried to discreetly prepare the nice salesman that my husband might be a little, shall we say, "difficult". But I had also told my husband how friendly, helpful and knowledgeable Young Lee was, and I knew he would like him because he wasn't pushy. So he went with a skeptical, but open mind. I had called Young Lee and told him we were on our way, and he had the car up front and ready for my husband to see. As my husband sat in the car, Young Lee quickly explained all the features, including the special no pressure point seat, which was very important to my husband. He took the test drive, and really enjoyed the car, how smooth it rode and how comfortable the seat was. Not only that, he really enjoyed talking and laughing with Young Lee. After going back to the dealership and working out the "numbers", we purchased the car at a reasonable cost with zero interest. Afterwards, my hungry, tired husband and I went to dinner at LaHacienda and he talked about how it was "actually a pleasant experience". "I couldn't have been more surprised if I had woken up with my head sewn to the carpet" (Chevy Chase in Christmas Vacation).
I would recommend that anyone walking into Wolfchase Nissan, ask specifically for Young Lee. He is very knowledgeable and personable, not pushy. He made it a surprisingly pleasant experience!