I felt like I wasn't taken seriously. Let me break it down for you: I found the add on cars.com and was hoping to make a purchase. We get there and we ask for a man named Rob, who we spoke with on the phone. He said he would be there and we gave him a ball park of what would could realistically afford after my previous car was just totaled. We tell him the offer and he said it was very reasonable and to come on out today and ask for him. He wasn't there. We then met David Lee, who we explained the situation to, he brought the car up and let us take it for a spin. He seemed all right. We then get back and we are then shuffled off to Lee. He didn't introduce himself, he dismissed all my suggestions for possibly improving the car before we take it home (fixing the cupholder in the back that was broken, his reply was yeah we'll see [you're a GM dealership you should be able to fix a GM] brand, and steam cleaning the stains out of the seats). He dismissed our concerns about the tires, which looked less than 25% life in the back and roughly 50% in the front, if putting new ones on it was an option, he shrugged it off. We then get down and give him an offer and he said that they won't go any lower than what their asking. We offered within a few hundred dollars of the asking price and were going to pay cash. We said we couldn't afford that. He didn't offer to meet us part way, he didn't offer to show us any other vehicles he could come down on.
When I bought my car (may she rest in peace) I was greeted by a handful of people who couldn't wait to get my business. Not here.
It was a pretty awful experience. I'm in my mid 20s, I might be a young guy, but last I checked, you're a salesman, it's your job to SELL cars. People need cars. We test drove two of similar value and he didn't even offer a solution with that. It's not my job as a consumer to ask. It's the sellers job to try and get a car in my hand with what we have to offer.
I might go back because they do have a lot of nice stock, but I won't deal with any of the salesman mentioned above, just management because they clearly don't know anything about making a customer happy.