Looking at a cheap used 2004 GMC Sierra k2500 with 140,000'ish miles. Worked back and forth, asked specific questions. Roberts response was poor eno
Looking at a cheap used 2004 GMC Sierra k2500 with 140,000'ish miles. Worked back and forth, asked specific questions. Roberts response was poor enough that I almost didn't bite on this vehicle at all. Asked about rust / body condition in specific areas and received a blanket answer - all of our used vehicles listed for sale pass a rigorous inspection buy their shop personnel (I of course paraphrase). Not what I asked dude. Tell me about condition of cab corners, rockers, etc... But this isn't the problem.
So I make an offer on this vehicle (their price is 14,994). My offer is 15% below their asking price (my offer ($12,750). Response, we can't do that there is too many people with interest it will be sold by the end of the week. Maybe an hour later Robert responds with "i can maybe move 100 to 200 dollars but that is it " again paraphrase. 2 weeks later they are still sitting on that vehicle and have reduced the price $1000 dollars. Yes I'm disgruntled, I needed that cheap vehicle. But now I'm pissed because Robert out and out lied, he could move no more than two hundred dollars and weeks later lowers the price a whole one thousand dollars. Typical car dealer and salesman you can't trust them, no one will shoot straight with you, honesty - what the xxxx is that. Buy a car off these guys if you want but if you value your dollar find somebody else that will show respect through honesty and integrity. Robert doesn't have it, and I highly doubt Lafontaine Motors as a whole does either if they hire and support a character like this.