Kiara Cooper, woman from San Diego, California, was working two jobs and she was borrowing cars from her family and friends because she couldn’t afford one. Kiara desperately needed one and she went in a local car dealership to try and buy a car.
Kiara was pleading with a salesman to help her finance a car as she couldn’t pay it at once, when a client on the side overheard the whole conversation.
An employee at the car dealership, shared the story on his Facebook page:
“So, this happened tonight…. there was a gentleman buying a BMW trading in an older Scion XB. About the same time young girl comes in trying to purchase a Corolla, she’s a struggling student working 2 jobs, but unfortunately wasn’t able to finance a car. She broke down into tears as a salesperson was consoling her, we all felt really bad but there’s not much you can do.
She leaves and the gentleman, asks if we were able to help her. The salesperson says no and is visibly upset about it. The guy says call your customer back I’m giving her my trade in.
She comes back a few minutes later, he signs over the title and hands her the keys. While he sat in finance, she sat in the car crying…. God is good!”
Cooper was going to lose her job until the end of the month if she didn’t buy a car. Cooper is at nursing school and has two jobs.
“I was shaking,” said Cooper. “It’s a whole car; how can someone be so generous to give their car away?”
“The car had more value to her than it did for me trading it in,” said the man who gave the car. He wanted to remain anonymous.