Saturday, April 28, 2007

How Do Women Find the Car of their Dreams?

After my son wrecked my car, I was hard pressed for transportation. I found the car I wanted online, a 2001 Toyota Camry, at a local dealership. I called the dealership and asked if they still had the car; and, if so, could I come drive it. I made an appointment. When I got there, that sales person had to deal with a personal emergency so he had left. This was relayed to me by another sales person, who was not that keen on splitting his commission with someone else and kept trying to sell me a new car.

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Enthral said...

I hate the car buying experience. So much so, that I tell my husband the car I want and I let him find the best deal. Pathetic I know. But I really can't be bothered to deal with the whole process.

CyberCelt said...

@enthral-I am totally with you. I did not write the entire saga, but it was exactly what millions of women go through each year trying to buy a car.

Jess said...

Haha, that's hilarious. I have never heard of

For women, I think they just buy a car that suits their personality, is a reasonable price and that they like. It is a stressful experience to go through, that's for sure, especially when not all women have husbands to turn to, haha.

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CyberCelt said...

@jess-I have no trouble finding a car, its just the dealing with the salesmen, and yes they are salesMEN, that do not value my custom.

@ryan-Thanks for stopping by. I am not really a car blogger, though I do love cars, classic cars.


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