So, I'm looking for a new car. Possibly this one:
That's right, it's a 2017 Subaru. This is what the interior looks like:
which is fine with me.
I also checked out a Nissan (which is actually owned by Renault) and that car too was very nice. In fact, right now the decision lies somewhere between the Subaru and the Nissan. I did drive another CR-V, same problems, and, of course, the salesman said "I don't work on commission so all prices are set," which isn't true.
Ford was another dealership I checked out because both the Edge and the Escape get decent reviews. Unfortunately the salesman was a fat, lazy turd of a man. He said,"I can order what ever you want in a 2017, do you want to take one for a drive?" I said "yes," and waited while he slowly lumbered back into the dealership for the keys. And then waited as he slowly lumbered back to where I was in the parking lot. A horn sounded as he pressed the fob and he turned towards the sound and groaned, "oh, we can't take that one, it's still in its shipping packaging, I have the keys for a 2016 in my pocket, if you want, you can take one of those for a drive. It's the same thing." Idiot. I did take one for a drive, and while riding in the car with me he tried to create chit-chat by asking where I worked. When I told him, he said, "oh, you should know me. I just bought 13 gallons of paint there to paint the inside of my house." So, I asked him which paint since we sell several brands and he replied, "oh, indoor paint." Super Idiot. I'm not buying the Ford.
My in-laws have two Subarus, one has over 285,000 the other over 240,000 and both are going strong. I find most Nissan Altima drivers to be the rudest most aggressive drivers.ReplyDelete
I'm actually leaning towards the Subaru, it's trim package has more bang for the buck.Delete