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I went to Volkswagen dealership at Hayward California today at 5pm and I was treated like I was second rate Chinese trash. I was looking at a used 2010 Nissan 370z black convertible. I went there with two other friends. I did a full personal inspection on the vehicle including checking the muffler, coolant cap, engine cap, sound of the engine, the top, the exterior, and the bottom of the car. One of the dealer asked my friend with a disgusted look on this face "does your friend always do this?" To be honest the car is far from excellent condition but I was willing to work with it. During the test drive there was squeaking to the left rear of the car and the dealers keep insisting it was loose change in the rear. We figured out it was the convertible top that was causing the squeaking but had intentions to trying to rush me out. THE WORST PART IS THAT THEY OFFERED 20K WHEN THE ONLINE AD WAS 18K. I PROVIDED COUNTER OFFER OF 17K AND THE DEALER SAID "goodbye", did a 180 degree turn and walked away. So Volkswagen, do you have a policy where the customers are not allowed to pre inspect the car? Do your dealership treat my cash as no good when I offered them cash? Does your dealership allow your dealers to treat your customers like garbage? I went to Toyota, Honda, and Nissan and they always allowed me to pre inspect their vehicles to my heart intent, offer me water and amenities, and when we can't make a deal, smiled, walk me to my car, and hand me their business card. At that Volkswagen dealership I had none of that and all bullcrap.