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That Moment Your Manager Crashes The Trade During a Car Deal

When you go through the process of purchasing a vehicle from a dealership, you can ...

When you go through the process of purchasing a vehicle from a dealership, you can sort of feel out exactly what it’s going to be like after a while. If you’re in a dealership for the first time, sure, some things might catch you off guard but after a while, you generally tend to pick up on certain nuances of the experience that will come from the person who is trying to sell you the car and the business that wants nothing more than for you to trade in your old car on one of their vehicles. However, every once in a while, you’re thrown a curveball.

This time, we check out a situation that represents one of those curveballs and it ends up being a lot crazier than you might have envisioned. Basically, the general gist of the story is that, when that when you go to trade in your car, naturally, the dealership is going to want to drive it to make sure that nothing major is wrong with it. However, when the person in charge here went out for a test drive in the car, they wouldn’t make it back in one piece but instead would t-bone a BMW and pretty much, from what we understand, total the customer’s car. In the meanwhile, it was up to the salesman on duty to try and seal the deal before the customer would figure out that his car was totaled.

I guess that, long story short, the buyer would never see his vehicle again anyway and everything would go along as planned from his perspective, however, on the dealership’s side, there was a lot of stress and hard negotiating that had to be done in order to make everything go as smoothly as they would want it to. If you want to talk about high pressure sales, just imagine how the dealership had to wiggle their way through this one! Would they be able to ink the deal? Find out below!





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