Mt Kisco Lexus is conveniently located right off the parkway and has a terrific showroom with genuinely positive and friendly associates. While I didn't wind up buying a car there, my experience with Gene Moretti was excellent. He was as congenial as could be and was a lot of fun. He had a great sense of humor and I recall him being very intelligent on subjects outside of cars as well. (I think he has one of the world's largest collections of vintage comic books.) He wasn't pushy in the slightest, yet he made every effort to acquaint me with the two cars I looked at and drove with him. He took me on a SUPERB test drive, which included the highway and winding hilly roads- just what you would want while test driving a high-end car. I have never been on such a great substantial test drive in my life. They are to be commended for this. Seriously.
I searched for a car for four months, and Mt Kisco Lexus and Gene M were stand-outs in my memory. I wish I had been able to buy from them, but the two used Lexuses were just too questionable regarding the paint. I had read that Lexus had some years where the paint quality was not good. It would chip away. I recall one of the cars I looked at there had obvious paint chipping on the front of the hood and grill area. If you're thinking of buying a Lexus from around 2012, make sure you look closely at the front of the car to see if the paint is chipping off. That was the deal breaker for me. (That and my reading up on a certain Lexus model from 2012 that self-accelerated out of the control of the driver. It almost killed the driver on the highway) I research all my cars, and I was not happy with some of the reviews of certain Lexus cars. I read many reports that Lexus would not remedy problems even though they knew they were manufacturers' defects. Maybe things are better know. I will add that the interiors of the two models I drove could not have been more immaculate, and the sound system had about 16 speakers and was beyond belief amazing. And of course they both drove like a dream, especially for being 5 years old.
Gene spent a generous amount of time with me, and he took the time to get to know me a bit personally, so we could talk in a relaxed fashion about my vehicle needs and preferences. I remember having a few hilarious conversations with him. Even if you don't buy a car, you will have a terrific time chatting with him. I can assure you, you will not find a more lively and enthusiastic sales guy anywhere. So you may want to be prepared for that. If you are in a bad mood and you want to remain in a bad mood, don't see Gene! And you will NEVER feel pressured for a moment, like some car salespersons like to do for their own selfish reasons. I hope my next car is a Lexus, and I know where I will go if I'm still in the area. Great central location in mid-Westchester County. And Mt. Kisco is a lovely town.