The #1 Lexus Dealer in the New England Area is Herb Chambers Lexus of Sharon
I only post articles when I have something new to say — I’ve not found anything new yet. In the meantime, this article is a guest column by my friend DVM who has been on a new car shopping journey since his car got totaled. I think going to a car dealership is a stressful experience for anyone, so I think you will find this article very useful if you live in the New England area and are looking to buy a Lexus. He will be penning a different article explaining the process of how he picked between the NX and UX Hybrid.
I was shuddering to go to a car dealership to get a new car. The last time I had gone was in California — a very bad experience to be sure. In MA, the last time I got a car was an OK experience only by comparison with CA.
I have several analogies for this dealership from my life:
- You drift from company to company always finding the same dirty politics, ethical problems, and corruption, till you have given up the search of being able to find the right place for you. Then just when you have given up, you find this one shining light that dispels the darkness and gives you hope.
- You read these books which describe people. You have never seen anyone like that before. Feels too good to be true. And then finally, when you think you are at the end of the road, you meet the right people who change your life.
It is rare. But I have learned that if you search hard enough, you will find that place, that person, that elusive thing that seems impossible.
I knew I had to get a Lexus. Because, I had tried sound dampening my Highlander Hybrid, and every time I had to add more dampening, the cabin got quieter and the ride got better. I started with the doors when the speakers were replaced, then did the floors and subsequently the roof (under the headliner). Each time, there was a noticeable difference in cabin noise & I could hear more of the music at a lower volume.
I had to get a Lexus. There was no question about it.
I spent a month researching the UX and LX hybrids. That was the easy part. I will write a different article…