I'm in the UK and I've had it.
A couple of years ago I was visiting my sister. She was about to buy a new car. She had done her research and was 90% sure what she wanted, but wanted to test drive the specific model before she went ahead. We unexpectedly had some free time and so went to the local main dealer for that make. They were not busy - there were 4 members of staff and one other customer. They completely ignored us when we arrived, then when they finally spoke to us they were incredibly condescending and wrong (e.g. my sister mentioned a particular feature of the model she was interested in - they told her it didn't have that feature, and then that it did, but only as an add-on at extra cost (it came as standard, it was one of the things which distinguished the model she'd specifically expressed an interest in from the older model it was replacing)
After about 10 minutes we left, and she told them, and wrote to the manager of that outlet, to tell them exactly why, and that their sexist attitude had just lost them a £20,000 sale.
I also had it when I took my first car in for it's first service and MOT. I'd decided to go to the main dealer as I thought I'd be sure to get proper parts etc - they were really patronising, far more expensive than the small local garage I later went to, and didn't know what they were doing. (one example, they told me that there was no fault with my clutch - I had explained when I ook the car in that it was an intermittent problem, and described the circumstances in which it happened