1. lost the car by the time i get there for a test drive. I called ahead to let them know i was on my way. 2. salesmen only started 3 days ago did'nt know much abut the car . not their fault. 3. only when asked for a card the big guns came out. A little to late then.
I first contacted Toyota of Santa Fe via Cars.com and received a quick response. However, the salesman who sent the initial message ignored my subsequent emails. I reached out to the dealership's manager and communication improved. I had expected to dicker on the price but, after the initial discount, the dealership refused to lower the price any further. Nevertheless, the price was still good, so I decided to proceed with the purchase. The salesman, manager, and other staff were friendly. Overall, I had a good experience. Aside from the initial unresponsiveness, my only two complaints are: 1) there was undisclosed damage which I noticed when I visited the dealership (about 135 miles from home), and 2) the final amount charged was higher than the sales quote. The dealership did fix most of the damage and delivered the vehicle four days later. Two small chips in the hood and a small crack in a headlight lens remained. The amount overcharged was small and, because I failed to notice it at the time (my wife wrote the check), I figured pursuing a refund would be futile.
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