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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Why Are Some Car Dealers Better than Others?

Obviously, my opinion may differ with yours and everyone else. Depending on our own experiences when we walk into a car dealership. There was one time when my husband and I went to checked out a reputable car dealer in our neighborhood. The car dealer company was truly recommended by a friend. When we went inside, we have no plans of buying. Guess what, after probably checking their inventory for almost 2 hours, we drove home a new car.

They have large inventory but, we were checking for an SUV so; that saves a lot of time. Besides, we know already the price of the car that we want. The best part was that their customer service was excellent. Hubby and I were in our casual clothing. We told the salesman that we just want to look at their inventory but, he was there and answers all our inquiry. We paid full in cash and that was it! The bottom line was, some car dealership is better than the others because their salesman look at everyone who walks into their premises as potential buyer. That salesman is so lucky that day!

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