best buying experience ever
My husband and I stopped by the Jeep dealership to see an Acura we had seen advertised on line. We met a sales person named Richard Furst. He showed us the car we came to look at and a couple others to that he thought might work for us as well. We enjoyed our time with Richard, but we wanted to look around before jumping into a final decision on our next car. He asked us to give him 15 minutes to show us all the details on what he could do. I thought for sure, this is where the high pressure, steal your trade keys part comes, so I said I would let him know if we didn't find anything better. To make a long story short, we spend about 25 mintues and we found out everything we needed to know about our trade, our payment and what we should expect if we decided to come back. Tim Rock was the manager we worked with, and he was in tune with everything Richard said we should expect. He did not pressure us in any way, and never told us "this price is only good for today" which I hate with a passion. He let us leave without hassle, and said he didn't think we would find a better deal. He was right, and we came back the next day to buy the car. Richard was out, but Tim introduced us to Richards partner. His name was Keith, sorry I can't remember the last name, but he was just a pleasant as Richard. He helped us get in and out, he bought us lunch at the deli while he was getting all the copies of our info and the paper work ready. We ate, signed our paper work, and Keith spent about 30 minutes showing us all the ins and outs of the car. When Keith asked me to write a review, I promised I would be happy to. Sorry so long, and sorry I can't remember Keith's last name, but this was by far the best buying experience My husband and I have ever had, and we have bought a lot of cars.
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Thanks again Richard, Tim, Keith, and the hot rod lover from Bend that did our paper work.
Susan and Jack Brown of Brush Prairie Washington
new "Customer for Life"