2012 Ford Explorer
The next stop was at James Wood Chevrolet. They have dealerships all over the place around here. We went in to check out the Chevy Traverse and the Buick Enclave, and we met a young salesman eager to help us. The only problem was, we listed the features we were looking for, he looked it up on his computer (after showing us the jet crash in the news), and then told us the price, figured the payments, and our trade in, and said, "About $650 per month, and that's affordable." Really? It is? We haven't even SEEN the car yet. Bye, dude. We won't be back. We drove past the Buick Enclave on their lot too, and we were so sick at our stomachs about their sales tactics that we turned our noses up and moved on.
2012 *drool* Dodge *drool some more* Challenger *oh, my gosh, I want it*
2012 Dodge Durango Crew
2012 Dodge Journey
Overall, we've had fun taking all these for a spin around the block. It taught me a lot of patience and also gave me a new perspective on car salesmen and on buying a new car in general. It's been six years; I needed that.
The only problem was, we were driving Minnie to look at more on Saturday, and, guess what.
We thought we were going to have to push.