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We go into two Mercedes dealerships to buy luxury cars and wear different clothing, to see if a car dealers behavior changes. We eventually find out good-looking appearance turns them into gold diggers!
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I am calling this bs or a rookie salesmen. I used to sell cars at a high end dealership I can 100 percent tell you appearance doesn't mean anything. I had people with gucci, rolex not able to afford anything cause their credit was destroyed and then I had people with homeless clothing who made over 65k plus a month. Any professional sales person knows that you sell the car regardless and worry about the details after.
I show up to buy a car at a dealership with my Godparents 1988 Oldsmobile car, no one bothered to speak to me. But when I showed up with an 2015 rental car, the salesman appeared instantly to my driver side, ready to do business. Needless to say, I went elsewhere.
It’s not the appearance in this case.... it’s the person that’s helping you.... some sales people will not judge people by their appearance..... I’ve been to a rolls Royce dealer where they treated this normal looking dude who walked in out of the blue like a king
Years ago, I did a brief stint as a salesman in a car dealership. One day, an older man came in dressed in dirty work clothes like he worked on a farm. All the other sales people did what they could do to avoid dealing with him because they thought he would just be a waste of time.
So I greeted him and decided to help him. He paid cash for a brand new vehicle that day and, before he left, he told me that he dressed down intentionally because he was looking for someone who wouldn't judge someone based on appearances and he told me he noticed how many of the sales staff ran off when he was coming in to find someone to help him.
Easy sale. No credit check required. Cash money money!
I bought a brand new Porsche Panamera and the day that i picked it up i was wearing sweats and a t-shirt. They were still very professional and i was 30 at the time. I believe is the way you carry yourself that affects the way people treat you. Just my opinion.
Many years ago. . (About 1975) I had a friend who went into a BMW dealership while he was wearing a Belstaff jacket (Google it - Motorcycle jacket made out of waxed cotton. . they always look dirty and greasy because of the wax on the cloth that makes it waterproof). . Anyway, he's checking out the cars and the salesman says "What do you want?. . Not "Can i help you?" or "Are you looking for a particular car, Sir?" or "Good morning!". . Just "What do you want?"
My friend says "I'm looking at this car. I would like to buy it". . The salesman said "I doubt you could afford it. You need to leave" My friend says "How much DOES it cost?" The salesman says the price (I can't remember what it was back in those days. . but expensive, of course) and after telling him the price again says "I think you should leave".
Now. . those Belstaff jackets have huge pockets on them, as well as big pockets inside. My friend reaches into those pockets and pulls out CASH worth enough to buy TWO BMW's. . puts it on the roof of the car, and says to the salesman "You're RIGHT. I should leave. I'm gonna go buy a couple of Mercedes instead of this BMW. Fuck you - no commission, cunt!" and walks out. .
Yes - he DID buy TWO 'his and hers' Mercedes that day!!
I went into a Mercedes dealership to buy a C class. I was wearing joggers and some maroon vans. They treated me as if I was wearing a suit. Extremely kind and were willing to negotiate. There are too many variables in this video. First of all, it was two different salesmen. Also, maybe if you used a different dealership you'd be treated differently. Nonetheless, still a great video.
Hate those people who judge others on the basis of dresscode . That man asking "you know much it costs? " was a mannerless stupid. He doesnt have rights to say such thing to any customers.
Well, I had been to that situation n that too in 2015 lol. They behaved rudely when I approached for internship. #Losers
I did a video similiar to this except I went to a dealership I was trying to buy a car from and they wouldn't help I went back after I bought the car. Although this video shows how they treat you if you dress xyz its also pointless because 1 they weren't planning on buying shit and 2 you didn't sound serious in either video. That's wasting folks time: See the difference and comment: https://youtu.be/u96ULMAAHg4
These people keep their job based off of commissions, so if it appears someones going to just be wasting their time and not make a purchase why would they bother to help them? Its absolutely absurd to be making an over 200 thousand dollar purchase in a workout tracksuit and unrealistic.
Years ago, my Father in Law sold new caes. (This was back in the late 50's) Guy pulled up in a beat up pickup, it was belching smoke, he was dressed in dirty overalls. None of the salesman (except for my FIL) wanted to waste their time with him. Guy asked price on a new car, was told price and amount for trade. Guy sits down, and whips out the CASH without haggling at all! 2 points from this:1) still happening more than 60 years later, 2) ALL the sales reps were eager to help ANY potential customer, no matter what the appearance.
It's probably a bad habit to get into as a car dealer but not an unexpected one. Their job is to sell cars, and their time is likely valuable. They would rather not spend time showing someone a car if the person isn't going to buy, they probably get a lot of people in those dealerships that they know aren't going to end up buying a car but are just there to admire.
If it was me I would push good old david to be unemployed. I know for a fact that even though he is famous Fred Durst buys a rolls royce in a wife-beater. I wonder what david would say to him or if he would get out the platinum kneepads and start "apologizing".
My husband had met millionaires that dress like crap faded shirts torn pants not all rich ppl dress good because of money off course some do but alot of ppl let there bank account speak for them rather than there appearance
You should have ask them that if they treat people differently based on what clothes they are wearing and also if it says in the application when applying for their position as a salesman. They would be surprised lol
Bruh that's what you call a shitty business because anyone can have the money they just dress differently and the dealerships are biased towards the ones that dress more formal because they think they are going to buy from them because of the "rich" look they have
I have a different take on this. I always dress down when I buy a new car. Well, let me back up. The very first thing I do is research. It's easy now that everything is on line. When I get to the dealer my goal is to know at least 90% of what any salesperson knows about the car. Believe me, with most salespeople, this will not be difficult. The second thing I do is, without exception, I will see if the new car is available at a rental agency. If so, I'll rent one for a few days or a week to make sure that's what I want. By the time I get to the dealership, I will know exactly what I want, what accessories I want, and which color selections I can live with. Now I will dress down and play the role of a weak credit, no down payment customer, give me best price customer. Why? Because I get a lot of satisfaction from letting most of that dealership pre-judge me as a "can't buy" and then stroking a check for the whole amount.
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