I was ready to buy a car. I went to Beasley and agreed a deal. Unfortunately, they seem to have a deceptive BAIT AND SWITCH sales plan there. They had the car I wanted and we agreed a price, Beasley gave me no discounts but did match what I had been offered elsewhere for my trade in. While I took my daughter to her eye doctor appointment they said they would complete the paperwork for me. I was happy. When I returned 1 1/2 hour later to sign, I found the deal had been changed, I was told the car I intended to buy was unavailable and the trade in price for my car was lowered by $700, (more than 5% reduction). I was then told the only car they had for me was one priced $3,000 more (10% up from what I was originally offered). Seems to me I was experiencing the classic, illegal, fraud know as Bait and Switch. I also found later that there was an additional incentive I should have been given, $750 loyalty incentive was I have another Mazda registered to my home. They did verify this other Mazda was registered at my home.
I went to this dealership, prepared to pay a fair price for a new car. Why did Roger Beasley act so disreputably?! Was it a bad apple sales person? Standard practice? Your guess is as good as mine. Avoid this dealer if you can. San Antonio, so close to Austin, has multiple other dealerships. That is where I am going to buy.