My Review Of CJ Wilson Mazda:
I purchased a 2011 Mazda Miata Grand Touring Soft-top with automatic from this dealership in October 2011. The "out the door" price was nearly $31k.
After multiple surgeries that limited the range of motion in my cervical spine, I was unable to obtain the motion necessary to use the limited view of the vehicle safely.
On or about March 12, 2013 I visited the dealership asking what they would allow me for a "cash" sale or trade-in. A young Polish Salesman, Mr. Branski, quoted $22k, a loss of $9k in 18 months.
On March 29, 2013 I revisited the dealership and again asked the same question. I was shocked at the "cash price" quoted: $18k. So, in 18 months, the car lost $13k.
The MX-5 is in perfect condition and only has 3500 miles. In addition to all the other options on the Grand Touring model, I added the following after market items: Tinted glass, additional carpeting for the floor and dash, matching seat covers, a rear view camera, and GPS.
It appears to me that this dealership was attempting to negotiate a "low-ball" offer taking advantage of my handicap and senior citizen status. I strongly urge all future customers, especially those handicapped and elderly, consider what happened to me prior to the purchase of any car from C.J. Wilson. You can always try a different dealership. Better to drive a little further then do business with a dealership that is less then ethical.
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