What happens with you drive to a remote dealership to buy a car with your four year old daughter? Well when I went to Team Hyundai in Vallejo it was a great experience. My wife did not come, as she was recovering from a knee injury.
I had spoken with them on the phone several times to confirm they had the exact vehicle in stock (Hyundai Santa Fe, SE with AWD), with the right interior color and it was ready to go. We agreed on a price via phone (a great deal I might say!) and made an appointment to come buy it. When I arrived the Santa Fe was right out in front waiting for me. A very through inspection on both the interior and exterior and a test drive and we were happy with the vehicle.
Now I did work with several people at Team Hyundai of Vallejo, but never once did I feel like I was being passed from one salesman to another. I hate to say it, but they really do work as a team. No one tried to up sell me, no one tried the "let me ask my manager", there were no hidden fees or broken promises and none of my time was wasted.
The dealership itself was a great place to visit. It is a large new building with double high spaces and large windows. You may wonder why I am commenting on the building, but after some of the other dark, crowded, understaffed and incomplete (signs on the floor, no brochures) dealerships it visited, it was nice to walk into a dealership and have a well lit, air conditioned space to look a display cars and buy my car. Now other parents of young will understand the next comment; they also have really really nice restrooms. When nature calls and your daughter does not like the restroom, well you then have a problem. Not at Team Hyundai of Vallejo, a new building makes for clean and happy bathrooms for your daughter.