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#485 of 504 Re: Where the hell is my survey? [oldfarmer50]
Mar 15, 2008 (11:34 am)
Probably can't afford the postage.
#486 of 504 Re: Where the hell is my survey? [joel0622]
Mar 15, 2008 (11:49 am)
"...Probably can't afford the postage..."
LOL Actually, they made money this year. How did Ford do?
#487 of 504 Re: Where the hell is my survey? [oldfarmer50]
Mar 15, 2008 (2:05 pm)
#488 of 504 Re: Where the hell is my survey? [joel0622]
Mar 15, 2008 (3:41 pm)
Don't worry, I think the Mustang GT is a better car, I just couldn't afford it.
#489 of 504 Re: Where the hell is my survey? [oldfarmer50]
Mar 17, 2008 (8:32 am)
No clue as to how they run the system. I wouldn't worry about that poor salesman though.
Mar 20, 2008 (9:48 am)
I took delivery of my Altima on 2/29, and I just got my survey yesterday, on 3/19.
It was about the same back in '03 when I bought my last car from them, IIRC.
One nice thing was that you can now fill them out online without bothering with mailing it.
One amusing thing was that it asks you in GIANT BOLD LETTERS on both the intro letter AND the question itself that if you were pressured in any way, shape, or form about the survey to contact Nissan immediately and "DO NOT BRING THIS SURVEY INTO THE DEALERSHIP".
Mar 30, 2008 (12:52 pm)
Some dealers will promise a tank of gas or something else in return for a survey that is brought to them.
And a lot of customers can get treated like crap and sell themselves out for that tank of gas or free oil change.
Oldfarmer, they could have killed your survey if they figured you were going to trash them.
#492 of 504 Re: Nissan [perna]
Mar 30, 2008 (12:58 pm)
DO NOT BRING THIS SURVEY INTO THE DEALERSHIP
Well, if you take the survey to the dealership there really is nothing to stop the salesperson or manager from opening the thing up and changing the answers... to their benefit.
#493 of 504 Re: That is because... [isellhondas]
Mar 30, 2008 (1:43 pm)
"...if they figured you were going to trash them..."
Well, I told the sales guy that I would give him a perfect CSI. Do salespeople figure that what ever you say you mean the opposite, as in "I'm not a grinder"?
I actually thought the salesman did a pretty good job of giving me a fair price without a lot of phony friendliness. His boss the owner told me some lies but I wouldn't trash the sales guy for that.
Should I call him up and ask what happened? You're a pretty no-nonsense salesperson Isell, what would you recommend?
#494 of 504 Re: That is because... [oldfarmer50]
Mar 30, 2008 (4:37 pm)
What would I reccommend?
Forget it. Not everyone get's a survey, at least with Honda.
It's frustrating too when people who love me don't get a survey and the customer who made every aspect of the sale a miserable procedure...THEY get the survey!