I am writing to describe my recent experience to Napleton's Northwestern Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram dealership on Wednesday, July 5, 2017. I went to the dealership with my father in order to test drive and potentially purchase a 2009 Porsche Cayenne vehicle. When we arrived, sales consultant Ancil Thomas was assigned to us. He drove with my father and I a few blocks from the dealership for a test drive. However, I needed a more thorough feel for the vehicle and instead wanted to drive the vehicle on the expressway. Since there were no plates on the car, we had to go back to the dealership to retrieve plates. Given the fact that it was rush-hour traffic, I opted to come back another time. In consultation with his manager, Ancil, suggested that I take the vehicle for a 24-hour period to determine how I like the vehicle and to bring the vehicle to a mechanic to determine the internal condition of the vehicle. My concern was that someone traded in a Porsche for a Chrysler product. Although I considered a used Porsche, I also had no problem leasing a Porsche Cayenne from the dealership. After offering a 24-hour trial period, Ancil proceeded to tell my father and I that in order to take the vehicle for a 24-hour period, I would need to proceed to purchase the vehicle and complete the deal. As a long-time customer of the Fields auto group as well as a Lexus dealership, my father I have never been asked to sign an agreement to purchase a vehicle after 20 minutes of being at a dealership. This practice seems deceptive for variety of reasons and this completely turned us off. As a result, we left the dealership immediately and proceeded to go to the Porsche dealership. In the past, we purchased two vehicles here but unfortunately, this dealership will not receive any future business from us.