A certain car dealership in town.
I hate car shopping but had narrowed down my choice to a certain model, either brand new or less than a year old. Go to the dealership closest to my house. Walked around the lot a bit to see what they had first then a salesman approached me and DH. Strike One: salesman would ask a question to DH and I would answer (the car was mine, DH was just along for the ride.) Repeat multiple times until DH finally said "Why don't you just ask her, it's HER car." Strike Two: salesman kept insisting they had my model in white on the lot. I told him I didn't see it when walking around. He kept pointing to a certain white car. I had to tell him that was a totally different model. Think Civic versus Accord. Strike Three: test drove a used one and while sitting in the lot with the car running it was obvious that the air conditioner wasn't working properly, critical in my hot climate! When I mentioned it to the salesman he stated that the a/c on cars doesn't start cooling until the vehicle is in motion. DH couldn't help himself and did the *cough*Bullcrud*cough* from the back seat. Salesman tried to backtrack and said "Well, that's okay the car is still under warranty." That was the final strike, because if I'm buying an expensive <1 year old car from your dealership, I would expect that YOU have already fixed it. Therefore I cannot trust that any of your cars to not have mechanical problems. The correct answer would have been "I'll have our service department check it out as soon as we're done here."
And I keep getting calls from this salesman. Part of me wants to call the dealership manager and tell him my experience. This was a young salesman (admitted he'd only been on the job for 3 months.) I wouldn't be calling to complain, per se, but to give him a heads up that this young guy needs more training and mentoring. He's not going to succeed unless he gets it and he might just be a great salesman one day if properly trained.