Good People Make the Best Salespeople
November 5, 2018
I'd driven the same car since I was 16 (I'm 25) - an old model Tahoe, which I loved. Then I got in a fender bender. Because the car was old, had 200,000+ miles and some other body damage, insurance totaled it. So I'm driving around in this crappy little Fiat rental, and suddenly I have a very small window to find a new car. I wanted something with low milage, AWD/4WD for off-road, but with good mpg (I live in Virginia Highlands & work in downtown Atlanta). Subaru's basically the only make for it. So I decided on a 2012-2014 Crosstrek with 30k miles. I researched and found several in the area. The lowest price point by far was at Atlanta Luxury Motors in Kennesaw, so low in fact, I was sure there was a catch. I called to schedule a drive for a 2013 Crosstrek. Randomly, a man called Oscar answered there. I can't describe how fortuitous this was. Oscar Bryant is not just a good salesman (which he is). He is good people. This was my first time buying a car, ever. I was nervous, skeptical, steeling myself for a tough experience. TV has created the trope of the used car salesman as the epitome of sleaze. Oscar defies this. In short, there was no catch. Even my dad, who helped me through the process, and who is a hard case when it comes to salesman (he's been a salesman himself for 40+ years) was pleased and even impressed (I don't say that lightly) with the process. Genuine 5 stars across the board. Seriously, a pleasure to buy a car up at ALM Kennesaw, and if you call, ask for Oscar.