One day when I was looking to trade my 05 F150, I was approached by a salesman by the name of Jeanno (Looked up his name on their website). I talked to him about some incentives that other dealerships were offering and asked if they were offered by Boggus. He said yes. When I told him the deal I had looked at a previous dealership, he looked at me and said, "I can $6000 off. You ask for 9 or $10,000 off, I say good day to you!" and brushed his hand as to tell me to leave.He did try to continue talking to me but I left as to avoid an assault charge. Well, I returned because I mistakenly believed it was a good dealership and bought a used 2011 F150 from another salesman (Chris- Good experience). Also, it was the closest FORD dealership to me and I was set on a FORD truck.
It doesn't end there.
I later traded the 2011 I bought at Boggus to another Ford dealership in another city. I had purchased a FORD ESP extended warranty on the 2011 F150 I traded in and still had plenty of it left. When I went to retrieve my money for the left over warranty(you can do that), I found out that Boggus Ford had signed over my warranty to the person who had bought my traded vehicle without my consent. They weren't even involved in my new deal but I was still dealing with them?? During what felt like an interrogation, they presented to me, a 4x6 yellow crumbled up paper written in pen that stated I had transferred over the warranty to the new owner. It had a signature that looked like mine but I had never seen that piece of paper before that time. When I asked how informal the paper was, I was told that as long as it had my signature on it, the warranty could be transferred after a small fee. After a bunch of run around, attitude, and calling Ford ESP directly and speaking to a manger by the name of Rudy who told me to call him directly if I had any issues, I eventually retrieved my money. Totally unacceptable.
I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER PRODUCT FROM BOGGUS FORD AGAIN.