Mine is a bit more down market, a certain Vauxhall dealership. I arrived with my 16yr old Calibra to view a 1 year old Corsa VXR at the time, the VXR was a limited edition VXR and had a lot of toys, which was why I made the journey straight after work. I turned up wearing my scruffy work stuff (I am a gas service engineer by trade) and asked for a test drive. The girl took me round 30mph roads then back to the dealership. We got out and asked what I thought, obviously expecting me to walk away, not having enough money to afford the car (because of how I was dressed and the car I had arrived in). At this point I probably should have walked away, but I really wanted this specific car. Only when we had sat down for 10 minutes chatting, filing in forms she asked me what job I had, then her attitude towards me changed. I did end up buying the car. But I think the way dealers presume things about people when they walk in by the car and dress sense is awful. When we bought the Alfa Giulietta, this did not seem to be a problem, we were treated very well and we would definitely return, they couldn't have been more well mannered and helpful. The way it should be when your spending that much!
Giulietta 170 MA TCT Business Edition/Spider 3.2 V6 Q4