In the world of supreme dislikes, buying a vehicle from a dealership is up there with some pretty bad experiences. I really am happy to tell y'all that Nash Chevrolet, & more importantly, Associate Joe Mariscal changed all that in the course of a brief conversation on the lot. We had the great fortune to meet Joe when we were just kicking tires & looking around. An hour later with this man, we knew two things: First, Nash would be the dealership of choice, & Secondly, Joe Mariscal would be the man to close the deal. Easy going style, highly informed about the truck lines that we were after & a buyers presentation second to none. The truck we were looking for had very specific requirements & within less than an hour, Joe had located the truck & we were on our way. The day of delivery, Joe spent hours with us explaining the truck's different functions & what it had to offer. One final thing that should be mentioned: before we left the lot, Joe took us around the dealership's different departments & introduced us to the folks that would be helping with the maintenance of the truck in the future - that's typical; but what's different is that it was done in a manner that made you feel like you were meeting a family member, not just part of a dealership team. You want to buy a vehicle from a car salesman & on the other side of the deal feel like you just did so with an old friend, get on over to Nash & look up Joe Mariscal. When you meet him for the first time say "HayPappa". He'll do the rest from there.