The salesperson didn’t listen to what I was looking for, pushed me into the sale, and never once was concerned about meeting my needs. He was more concerned about making a sale. Then they delivered a vehicle to me that the dealership damaged and refused to come down on the price. Communication was almost non-existent...I had to contact the salesperson to make sure the dent guy was there so I could bring the Jeep in. I asked if I could return the Jeep and get my car that I had traded in back. The answer was “no” because they had already finished processing everything. Understandable. So I asked if we could do it as a new transaction and never got an answer. I hate the Jeep. I hate seeing it in my driveway. It makes me angry and upset every time I see it. I don’t want it but I’m stuck with it, and I feel cheated out of my car. When I bought my car, I was depressed and had PTSD symptoms, and being out and driving that car was my therapy. When I attempted to explain this to the salesperson, he spoke over me. In fact, he spoke over me almost every interaction I had with him. I have a feeling that had I been a man, he wouldn’t have been so rude. I’ve worked on cars since I was 14 years old. I know what I’m talking about. I also know how to drive a manual transmission, something the salesperson didn’t know how to do, but I’m the one that knows nothing about cars? I was already emotionally compromised because I was having to give up my car that I love so much, and I feel the salesperson saw that and took advantage of it. The dent also returned on the Jeep but I’m so frustrated and infuriated with the dealership that I don’t want to contact them about it. I didn’t trust them to fix it right the first time and I still don’t trust the dealership to fix it correctly. I just want my car back that I traded in. I don’t want the Jeep. I feel cheated and injured, and I feel like they stole my car from me.