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Old 04-07-2011, 06:37 PM
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Re: Buying a Summit experience.. typical salesman BS

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thanks, but as i stated, if it would be an a-hole sales guy, i would not hesitate. But i felt if i would be bargaining with a retired veteran for couple of hundred dollars when i am buy a 50k truck... well i don't deserve that people like him put himself in jeopardy to protect my freedom. So I was perfectly fine paying the price and hoping that at least some of those "padding the bottom line" would find the way to his pocket.
FYI, dealer fees are PURE PROFIT to the dealer principle, the salesman not only doesn't see a dime, it's not used to calculate the sales price when they pay his commission. Dealer fees should be outlawed in all 50 states!!!!!!

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Old 04-07-2011, 08:40 PM
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Re: Buying a Summit experience.. typical salesman BS

Glad it worked out, terrible situation though. Enjoy your new ride!

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Re: Buying a Summit experience.. typical salesman BS

yup dealer fees go straight to the dealer.. most sales guy get their commission no matter what. but hey if you wanna give the dealer more money go for it! and if you file to get your dealer fees back after the month I'm sure the sales guy has already been paid his check.

TL is just fed up with people enrolling in the program and trying to get the discount the next day on a car. Its one thing that is emphasized.. you have to be a member for 30 days before you can use your discount. I would imagine this is a stipulation between chrysler affiliates and tread lightly when they made the deal.

FYI if anyone is looking for a black summit at Affiliate pricing in colorado I may have found one.

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