I was asked for my offer on a Civic touring which I provided - a sales manager Jason (Dickson) then proceeded to accuse me of taking an offer from him for the sole purpose of driving down offers at other Honda dealerships - interrupting a perfectly amicable discussion with the sales rep without knowing anything me, the context of my discussion with Vijayant (who I was speaking with originally who was very polite and easy to deal with) - is this part of the Honda training? To accuse customers with no background information.
Jason then refused to check if the offer I made was reasonable, unless I provided a deposit/credit card information - stating "an offer means you are ready to buy the car today." How can I make that decision without even knowing the final price? Googling "high pressure sales tactics" will describe Jason's behavior to the letter.
When I started to get frustrated, he began to sulk back to his desk and when I stood up to leave, stating that I would leave a one-star review - he said he was pulling out the offer - no doubt, this is the excuse that he will provide you too; that I left as he "was doing the calculation on the offer" - something that he was blatantly refusing to do. It's clear they prefer customers who don't know anything - also explains why they are among the lowest rated Honda dealerships - don't waste your time here!