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I really can't describe how bad our experience was here. You have to read this -- it's mind-blowing. // We went to buy a new Honda. We had enough money in our checking account to buy it on the spot, cash. Yet, for some reason, the salesman profiled us as being poor college kids... or worse. He took us out back, behind the building, out of view, and began grilling us with inappropriate questions - are we married, what kind of work does my wife do, does she have a job now. After answering "no" to the last one -- despite us previously indicating that (1) we didn't need financing - we would pay cash, and (2) I had a good job as a software engineer -- he delighted in saying to her, "Well then, you're not qualified." He was out to get her. It was scary. // We told him we wanted to see a manager, and suddenly he was desperate to show us the cars (which he had previously refused to do). We continued walking toward the manager's office. I finally asked his name (twice) and *he wouldn't give it.* (He never gave it in the beginning, either.) Finally, as we walked back into the lobby, he ** mocked ** us -- in a squealing voice and looking at the ceiling, repeating "I wanna see a manager!", twice -- and then he *ran away*. In stark contrast, we had acted extremely professionally the whole time, even after he had gone crazy on us, and he actually went to that level... we still find it hard to believe. // The fact that Capitol Honda is hiring people capable of this kind of behavior, in this job-hungry market, blows my mind. There are other people out there who are skilled salespeople who deserve this guy's job. // I should also point out that many of the 5-star reviews here are suspicious. Of the 73 reviews here, 30 in a row are from "A Google User" (highly suspicious) and all 30 give 5 stars! It looks like someone definitely spent Saturday night making fake accounts and giving 5 star reviews here. On Yelp, this place has 2.4 stars, not 4.4.
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