But the dent and paint damage on the fender was something they could do. He also asked us if we knew about the August contest, we said we knew something about a dinner with owner.
So we did not pay attention to the detail job yet, but as soon as I started the car I noticed it did not have much more fuel in it than it did when we arrived. My wife got out of the car and got Robert’s attention (they had locked the showroom doors behind us when we walked out to the car).
He saw the fuel gauge and said, “Oh yeah, they just told me we do not fill up used cars” But he promised to talk to his boss in the morning and call us right away.
Then we asked about the contest, He said he still didn’t have details, but is was really big.
We went outside to get the car, it was late and it was dark at this point.
My wife had to actually interrupt someone to get their attention to ask for help looking at some vehicles.
Two of the guys pushed Robert Enrico in front of them and told us it was his turn.When we made small talk with the finance person and said we felt bad with him being so backed up and stressed last week. He then said that he had been told they sold the car too cheap and would not be able to fix it.But he would talk to his boss and get it taken care of.My wife specifically wanted a Kia Soul in “Alien Green”. The 2 we saw were reserved for a giveaway the next week. He assured us the warranty was no different than if we purchased new. There was a small dent and some paint damage on the passenger fender.He said the car had just arrived and they had not had a chance to fix that yet, but would get it taken care of if we purchased that one.Tuesday, August 28th, Robert called to let us know we had been approved through Kia Financial. Then on Thursday he once again called to put us off until Friday. Robert called us Friday the 30th and asked if we could wait until after Tuesday.