Work-in-progress dealership means eager to please
October 10, 2016
There is something new afoot at this dealership, and it may be a good time to buy a car from them. I just bought my XE 2017 35t, or as some call it the 'baby' F type. I am pretty giddy about the purchase, and just had a phenomenal drive thru Skyline thru Page Mill, Palo Alto...sweaty palms and all...and car took it all and gave back a LOT. This car looks great, but also it is humble on the outside as a luxury car, and packs a monster under the hood. Keeps it real for me. I don't want too showy. But the brand is HUGE. I only say it because of reactions from neighbors.
Now about the dealership.... Energized by totally new models of this revamped, British car company, this dealership is remaking its image too. I know because i interacted with their new GM, Eric Quistgard, at their performance event earlier this year, and during my purchase. He also mentioned a new building coming up. This extreme makeover work-in-progress means that they are eager to prove themselves, especially as the brand is the underdog and the new models are poised for mass market. Frankly, i really dislike the usual haggling process, and i had none of that for my new, pre-ordered car. they were fair, and also, i was prompt in getting the car as soon as it arrived. Why not 5 stars ... cause it took a while from the time the deal was agreed upon to get my delivery specialist tour.
Top marks to Eric as the GM for personally overseeing my sales process and to Jesus for the patient delivery tour. Why did i write this lengthy review? When i watch football and my team is not playing, i route for the underdog. Both the dealership and the product have impressed me. I waited a long time to find the right car. There is merit here, and it deserves winning.
I am gonna post this on multiple sites.