Didn't feel pressured at all
November 6, 2018
My husband and our daughter stopped by this dealership to look at a car I saw online. To my delightful surprise, it was on the lot. Beautiful car! We were immediately greeted as we got out the car. I did not any pressure at all. This is important because we were just looking at what our options were for the moment. The salesman's name is Mike Staelens. He was informative and willing to help. I asked to see the inside of one of the three vehicles that appealed to me on the lot. Maybe I didn't feel the usual pressure and hovering presence most car salesmen's give because he was helping another customer at the same time, but this allowed us to inspect the car at our leisure. I asked for the carfax and it was promptly made available to us. I have read the negative reviews above... either I got lucky that I ended up with Mike or it was too busy of a day for me to experience any of the above mentioned. Before even looking at the carfax I was informed the vehicle I was inquiring about did have repairs due to an accident. I can appreciate honesty. Now, how severe the damage was? I wasn't there so only my worst imagination could take hold of that thought. However, I did ask. . . if I available if i could take this particular vehicle for an inspection with my mechanic of choice and without hesitation, Mike said "yes" . If you aren't willing to do the research then on what you want and what you are willing to live with or not. Ask questions and do your research because you invest into buying a car new or used. Thank you Mike for not being a pushy sales guy. It definitely allowed us to think about what we love of the vehicle really weigh the pros and cons of that particular car. I am scheduling my mechanic for Friday to look at this car. It will cost us extra, but piece of mind is priceless for a second opinion.