My beloved 2009 VW Rabbit was totaled a couple weeks ago by a distracted driver. I needed a new car quickly, and as the GTI was my attainable dream car (versus unattainable like say, an Audi RS 7 or R8), I looked at used GTI models in the area. But it wasn't long before my husband found a new 2017 GTI for an amazing price at Elgin VW.Elgin isn't close to where I live and I didn't have time to go there during the week, but Sandy (our first contact at Elgin VW) never pressured us to come in ASAP like most other dealerships did. She was also willing to discuss the price and details of the car over email, which *many* other dealerships wouldn't do. (Pro tip for dealerships: telling potential customers to "come in and talk", and ignoring their questions, when they email you is a huge turnoff. It's the digital age so get with the times!) Sandy doesn't work on Saturdays so Jeff G. took over for her when we saw the car and he was also very nice and accommodating. Finance manager Daniel B. was also a pleasure to work with. He tried to sell us on an extended warranty but wasn't pushy about it, and I know it's just a part of his job.I have no idea what Elgin VW is like on the service side but the sales department provided a wonderful experience, overall!