December 3, 2018
Gabe worked with me and made the process very easy and I liked working with him. I would gladly buy a car from him again. I was non-plussed during the paper work signing process. I sort of expected that with a 24 hour lead time that the stack of papers would be ready to go...but it seemed that nothing was done in advance. Once I established that I did not want to be up-sold, the process went much faster although it still took a full hour and I missed an appointment as a result...you could do better. One tire was low enough to trigger the tire pressure light - so some technical serviced one tire. So the tires show the following pressures 35, 31, 31, 29. Thanks for nothing. I don't like to drive with tires like that. At least the service light was extinguished. And by the way, teach somebody at Toyota HQ something about Chemistry. If you mount a tire on a rim the tire is already about 98% of its final diameter and it is full of air -- you know, 20% oxygen and 59% nitrogen. Now inflate the tire to final pressure with nitrogen and the ratio is perhaps 18 % oxygen and 61 % nitrogen. So how can Toyota charge $99 for a tiny amount of nitrogen and say the tire is inflated with nitrogen. Unless of course I missed my guess and someone purged the tire in a 100% nitrogen environment and perhaps it is really filled with 100% nitrogen? I doubt it. I see no value here.