Let’s face it, buying a car from a large dealership is
never anyone’s idea of a fun activity, and I had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group, but my wife spotted a used Jeep G
never anyone’s idea of a fun activity, and I had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group, but my wife spotted a used Jeep Grand Cherokee that was listed by the Downingtown location that she felt met her needs for color and interior and asked me to go look at it to see if met our criteria for condition, mileage, and price. I was looking for a low mileage Grand Cherokee Limited coming off lease with a good Carfax report to replace our aging Grand Cherokee Overland that had given us many years of good service but didn’t have the modern drivability and safety features we wanted. I was lucky enough to meet with their salesman Dean Sargent, who turned out be knowledgeable about the product as well as easy to work with. Although I had not expected to be going forward with a purchase at our first meeting, the 2020 car was as my wife had anticipated from the listing she found on their website, and Dean had my trade-in evaluated while I looked over the prospective purchase, and after some negation we were able to make a deal that evening that was acceptable to me.
In my opinion, working with the right salesperson makes all the difference in whether you have a good experience or not when buying a car. Over the years I’ve walked out of many dealerships without purchasing due to first meeting with a “wrong” salesperson (pushy, abrasive, or just unlikable). I can honestly say that I had a good experience with Dean Sargent at Jeff D’Ambrosio in Downingtown, and can give him 5 stars. We picked the new purchase the next day, and Dean had everything prepared an ready so we didn’t have to take a lot of time at the dealership before driving the purchase home. Of course, there were the usual pile of papers that needed to be signed, but even that went relatively quickly and smoothly.