Woman : Well . . .
Car Salesman : Do you want to take her a test ride?
Woman : Well . . . Um. How old is it?
Car Salesman : Well, it's only three years old?
Woman : And what's the mileage ?
Car Salesman : Uh, let me check. Oh yes. 75,000 miles.
Woman : 75,000 miles? That's quite a bit for a car that's only three years old.
Car Salesman : Well, once you're in the driver's seat, you'll fall in love with her. Get in.
Woman : Ugh . . . Uh, I can't seem to get the door open. [ Ah, it's okay. ] It could be broken.
Car Salesman : Ah, just give her a little tap . Ugh. Now she's opened.
Woman : Great. A door I have to beat up to open.
Car Salesman : Hey. Get in and start her up.
[ Woman tries to start the car . . . ]
Car Salesman : [ Um ] Well, it's probably the battery. I know she has enough gas in her, and I had our mechanic check her out just yesterday. Try it again.
Woman : Uh. It sounds a little rough to me. [ Well . . . ] How much is this minivan anyway?
Car Salesman : Oh. It's a real bargain today and tomorrow only at $15,775, plus you get the extended warranty covering defects , wear, and tear beyond the normal maintenance on the vehicle for an extra $500 for the next 30,000 miles. [ Oh . . . ] with a few minor exclusions.
Woman : Like . . . ?
Car Salesman : Well, I mean, it covers everything except for the battery, and light bulbs, and brake drums, exhaust system, trim and moldings, upholstery and carpet, paint, tires . . . Well, a short list, you know.
Woman : Uh. Well, almost $16,000 is a little out of my price range, plus the seats covers are torn a little.
Car Salesman : Well, hey, I might be able to talk the manager into lowering the price another two hundred dollars, but that's about all.
Woman : No thanks. I think I'll just keep looking.