The least stressful car buying experience...ever.
November 6, 2018
My sales person was Dylan Lampe, whom I had been working with on and off for about 3 weeks. Let me start of by saying he is, without doubt, the easiest sales person I've ever worked with; he is honest, attentive to your needs and gives off none of that " used car salesman" stink that seems to permeate most stealerships I've visited over the years. My situation is not unique; needing a new car to replace the wife's 14 year old beater, but have some financial issues. After visiting about half a dozen other dealers, from major chain stores to mom-and-pop third tier dealers, I began to resign myself to being stuck with buying something less than ideal (older, tons of miles, unknown history). Today I called Dylan to check out a 2016 Mirage they had on special, figuring this was my last chance to find my "unicorn" special deal. Unbeknownst to be VW credit had approved me during a previous visit for a 2017 Jetta S (was trying to purchase a recently released 2015 Golf TDI). Not only were they sympathetic to my plight, Dylan went out of his way to answer questions I had about other options on their lot in my price range (trucks and SUV's were available, but they had tons of miles and were still out of reach). Needless to say I was shocked to find out I had been approved for a much better rate than even my credit union would approve; they got me into a brand new car, with no cash out of pocket, for a payment I could easily swing. The title says it all. I've been buying cars since I was 18 (about 30 years now) and have purchased about 35 cars in that time and this is the only time I didn't feel that dreaded "buyers remorse" lump in my stomach wondering if I was getting screwed or not; not only did I get a great deal, it was expediently concluded (about 10 minutes in Kim's office). From final signature to detailing and final walk through was less than 45 minutes. Overall, you cannot go wrong with Pete Moore Imports. Saying that, I had a 180 degree experience at the Chevy store during visits and purchasing over the past year. Like human siblings they could not be more different.