Long story short I am in the market for what a considered a premium high end SUV. Sales process began with me submitting a quote to the dealership to see what the current price for the SUV is and if they had any deals. I promptly received a quick email reply and the salesperson I was assigned was Heather.
Initial emails were fine and a bit confusing but we got sorted out quickly. I had then asked her if I could see the invoice of the car so that I could make an offer. She then quickly said "Why do you need to see invoice? This is the only one we have.......this is the price of the car." That sounded to me "No, you can not see the price we bought it for so its full MSRP, take it or leave it."
First, its 2020, I'm sure there are more conscientious and smart buyers out there who does their due diligent to ask for the invoice and make the offer from there. If they arent asking, they should be.
Second, don't tell me what I need to see or not see. If you dont want to send the invoice then a simple "No we arent allow to share invoice." or along those line would suffice. Lie to me if you had to but dont take that condescending tone with me. We're all adults and I'm barely into my 30s. Rest assure I wont be buying a single car from you or your dealership and I will make sure people know of it as well. Enjoy having that 62k car sitting on your lot for months with COVID on the rise in Atlanta and even if your dealership did get sell it, congrats, but I'm sure you wont get the commission.