First and foremost, Brennan was an excellent salesman. I literally came into the dealership determined not to impulsively buy a vehicle, but he pulled out all the stops to change my mind. Which by the way was difficult because like most buyers going to specifically buy a plug in hybrid/EV vehicle most employees at the dealership don't know much about them Nevermind trying to sell them.
However, this seems to be an upper management issue, most likely coming from the top, and I'm speculating these cars aren't worth the commission, unlike a gas guzzler like the Tahoe. Assuming that's the case Brennan more than compensated by literally getting his other car dealer friend to bring a Suburu Crosstreck to the Chevy dealer for me to try, because I told him I was interested in that crossover. Talk about standing by the Chevrolet brand by doing that! I didn't like it and Brennan must have been known I wouldn't have, but knew enough to whoa me.
Well Brennan and his manager were both awesome and I opened up about my leasing miles per year anxiety, and Brennan's manager was very attentive to that and told me he would NEVER want to put anyone in a vehicle where they would be counting their miles. That went a long way with me, a new time leasser.
In conclusion Brennan and his manager nuged me over the edge to lease and I have no qualms about it. Brennan also added that there was one service guy there who new everything about plug in hybrids which assuaged my fears of people in NH not knowing or caring enough about them. Brennan gaged me, knew how to hook me and I don't regret it.
Thank you team Banks!
P. S. Chevrolet home office. You should recognize Brennan and his manager for the stellar work they did. I was 90% sure I wouldn't buy that day and I did. Cheers!
ASRA, would like to thank all the great people at Banks Chevrolet,GMC,Cadillac for the outstanding service and support they have show us over the years. A special thanks go out to Tracy,Buzz and Jeramy.
Thank you !