On 9/16/2002, I visited ABC Nissan in Phoenix to inquire as to the possibility of purchasing a new Nissan product. I was attending school and living in Phoenix. Upon my arrival, I was approached by a salesman who was helpful in assisting me in test driving a 2002 Nissan Frontier 4x2 which I eventually purchased.
The experience after the test drive was a nightmare from that point on. I was delayed for over three hours in a purchase which should have been completed in a much shorter period of time. I was introduced to several employees of ABC Nissan which in my opinion used techniques and wear down methods in order to sell me a vehicle. Being enrolled in school at the time, I was exhausted most of the time and I had gone to the dealership on a Saturday. After waiting in a small room with nothing to do, I became tired, thirsty and hungry. I could not even locate a simple glass of water. After a long period of time, all I wanted to do was leave the dealership and go home. I had entered the facility at approxamitly 12:30 P.M. and I did not arrive home until almost nightfall. Recently, I had the opportunity to look at other new Nissan products and I was amazed at the economical cost of models similar to the one that I had purchased at ABC Nissan.
Recalling that I had deposited $8,000.00 cash on my purchase, I returned home and located my records. I was surprised that with a vehicle that had a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Base Price of $13,799.00 (I still have the sticker) that I should pay a total sale price of $23,902.20. That is a difference of $10,103.20 not including financing! This is ludicrous! Therefore, consider this to be a DEMAND FOR PAYMENT in the amount of $10,103.20. I would have gladly paid the FULL sticker price but I will not be taken advantage of nor will I allow any company to steal from me that amount of money.
Call me stupid I guess but I sure was tired of sitting there, hungry and thirsty.