First off, I will avoid naming names here, but the salesman who greeted us (not naming names, but his name was spelled S-A-N-E-L; I'm just spelling names) greeted us in a manner not to be expected of a luxury vehicle salesman. Although I cannot remember quite what he said, it was something along the lines of "Hey guys, what's happening." For somebody who sells Bentleys and Aston Martins and the like, this was unpleasant. The lady at the desk, however, was nice and greeted us in a kinder fashion. We then proceeded to look at vehicles.
Although we made it quite clear that we weren't ready to purchase quite yet (thought goes into throwing $300,000 away) the salesman continued to linger, and his basically informal clothing really made us question if he worked there or not.
Later, as we were essentially forced into conversation with him, he seemed to not be able to hold back the near-racist comments and the direct insults to us, our families, and our workplaces; not to mention, the existence of swearing on his behalf was inevitable.
If this is what all the people working at Morrie's Luxury Auto, taking your Maserati in for its daily repair will be no pleasant endeavour.