My spouse and I WENT into the dealership to purchase a Jeep we had seen online. We drove 65 miles one way in *** DFW traffic. It was not on the lot and the Internet manager Kevin Eidelson said, "Yeah we need to update that thing (the website inventory), but I am sure your husband can find you another blue car you will like here. Just send him to me when he gets here." I am married to an African American woman. I am a Hispanic woman. We are BOTH legally married and gainfully employed. That is why what happened next is so unforgivable. We are accustomed to being viewed as unusual or non traditional, and can laugh it off if it is an innocent error. But to be condescended to on the assumption that my male husband will find me a BLUE CAR, since I am just a little woman and I will be happy so long as my he-man husband and he-man sales manager round me up a pretty blue car was stretching my tolerance a bit. I asked to speak with the general manager, a horrible man with a horrible attitude named Charles Gray, and I explained that my wife and I wanted to make it clear that we wanted to purchase the exact jeep they had in their on-line inventory and were there to do just that, at which point he interrupted me and said, "Now wait a minute, here. Are you even qualified? How do I know you COULD even buy that Jeep? That costs a lot of money! Who is gonna cosign for you hon?" and then he walked over to my WIFE who he did not realize was with me, pointed her in the direction of the USED CARS and said," We have something for everyone on every financial level and our used car sales lady is one of you people, you tell her Charlie sent you over ok?" The inference being that her blackness made her unable to buy a new car, and that one black person to another would be the best route. It was so rude we just stared at him like idiots with our jaws dropped. Then he asked me when the MISTER would be there to get all this straight. Straight? Not in this lifetime, Mr Gray. At this point I would have never purchased a potato chip from this clearly biased "gentleman", much less a car I planned on spending $40,000.00 on, but I wanted to leave him with a different perception of his potential buyers. I had the sales person he passed me off to run my credit, which is spotless and shows I alone have an income of 400,000 a year with zero debt. My wife earns 220,000 annually and has around 6000 debt. Our creditworthiness is beyond reproach, and as a couple we could have purchased ANYTHING on the lot...but before that information was revealed, with Mr Gray's assumptions guiding he and his staff, I clearly heard him say to the salesperson in charge of us, " *** lesbians! Don't you think I have better things to do than kiss their *** and he laughed and said,"Hey wait a sec, that is what THEY do!" Funny guy right? He looked up and saw that we heard him. He stared at me in a challenging and confrontational way, and after we glared at each other for a good minute, he ran my report. We were qualified to pick out any Jeep so I went to his competitors and bought two. What a disrespectful, homophobic, rude person. Please do not give this company your money!