I followed my honey, Joe, home, with a solidly great feeling of accomplishment. How delighted we are with our slightly older car. What a beauty she is.
I want to share with you and any others that we can what a remarkable experience this has been for two seniors who abhor a car note.
We have a 1998 GMC Jimmy, who finally died, the motor went, about 3 weeks ago. Our 2003 Chevy Trailblazer’s transmission went out about 5 weeks ago. We were relegated to our Emma’s car, our 90 year old friend’s 2000 Corolla . Now at 5’7, I looked liked the “little old lady from Pasadena, hate dragging my body out of this low slung sedan.
My whole reason for writing you this epistle was to compliment you all in all areas that mean a lot to a potential car buyer.
First Joe had called Michael and Tracy, and got Michael yesterday. When we arrived David understood that we had talked with Michael, but since he was tied up with customers, he , with no pressure, offered to check cars for price, mileage, model year, etc. We did that, ruling out several cars, mostly SUV models.
We walked over to the Chrysler Town and Country and both of us liked what we saw. We test drove it just a short distance and knew that it checked all of the boxes. Very shortly we were sitting down with Michael and David, they making short order of the paperwork.
What I had dreaded did not happen, they both were absolutely easy to deal with. The lot was full of classy clean vehicles, enticing and yet so many choices for so many budgets.
Sorry for the long note…. I will go to your FB page and brag on you all all over again, shorter version. I have already called all of my kids and two of my sisters, I am elated. I have taken pixs inside and out and zipped to friends and relatives, who could not understand not buying a car.
Thank you again……it was a great experience and we look forward to sending you customers and coming back ourselves.
Joe and Carol