"wasted my time lookinng at a porsche cayenne "
Cannot find a good thing to say about this place. Their collection of cars are like super old and been on their lot for a long time. Except they wont budge on price. Their quote is less than the usual 8% off msrp just like other dealership and they expect you NOT TO BARTER with them. Mind you I was buying an SUV, not an over priced GTRS. The sales manager was super rude and doesnt have problem with calling me out for bartering a porsche. This is how America works, people have the right to haggle for car. These people act like they selling louis vuitton stuff but it is just 6 months old SUVs crowding their inventory.
By the way i came in knowing which car i want, they act like i was just wasting their time and what not. I went to another dealership for a better deal instead.
"Went to lease new Porsche Cayman. Awesome new building..."
Went to lease new Porsche Cayman. Awesome new building and great selection. People we great and the entire experience was fun and easy. Love the new car!
"ghost town dealership with dead cricket pricing "
- Micke Migen
This dealership is in the middle of no where desert that hardly attracts any customer. When i was there, it was dead empty on a Saturday.
Anyway long story short, i came in, took a while to be greeted by a human sales person. Good thing I spend like 20 minutes walking around the dealership to find the car i wanted ALL BY MYSELF.
Finally i walked into the dealership, waited some more for a human being to greet me. Asked me how can they help ? - well they sure did help me plenty by letting me look for my own car by my own self.
I told him the car i was interested in, took him a while to find it in his stupid surface tablet/laptop. This is after i told him model, msrp price, color and where it was parked on the lot.
He typed up a price sheet, let his manager gave me the quote and mysteriously add some dealer options like stargard and vinyl protectors. i told him i dont want neither. he said its already on the car. i told him then take it off. then he just said okay nvm let (him) adjust the price quote. after like 3 different times back and forth, then he got the right price from his sales manager.But that is not the worse part.
After getting the price correct, i told him how much i was willing to pay. The guy then chuckled at the price i gave back, i told him okay let me walk. The guy got scared and told me to sit down and wait ( i guess i am a dog at this point). His manager came out, NEVER INTRODUCED HIMSELF, sit down, stare at the price sheet he quoted like he never seen it before which is very weird cause i thought he printed it out himself. He then made some awkward joke, then ask for my job like i am a homeless person who walked into his dealership. He then lectured me with condescending tone about how i should not be popping into his dealership trying to negotiate pricing on a porsche.
I stood up and left. It was a total waste of time. Later on at home i googled the dealership to find out who the sales manager was- christian ames - must be a job not important enough to introduce yourself to customers.
Moral of the story, avoid this dealer at all cost.