Arriving at the dealership, the gentleman who showed us around the lot was very friendly and helpful in finding the right car for a first-time driver. He even offered to buy us breakfast and was nice to the kiddo.
Should have listened when they said "No warranty, car is sold as-is" bought it anyways, and the "Check Engine" light had turned on before I even pulled into my driveway! That's when it started shifting very jumpy and making a terrible smell.
We called them up and drove back down to the dealership asking to exchange for a different model and were denied. Went to an official Mazda dealership (which was the model I'd gotten) and the Transmission was completely shot. Repairs would cost more than the check I'd just written 2 hours ago.
Rocky's finally agreed to see us, and made me sign a contract stating that they were only repairing my transmission as a courtesy and were not legally required to. Even then, when I drove my car back home after said repairs, the same light popped back on. A couple visits later, they repaired the issue by replacing the transmission completely (used, of course) and swore up and down that this is not how they do business.
Two weeks after that, I had to replace my catalytic converters for quite a pretty penny.
Very dissatisfied with the service and quality of the vehicles they sell.