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I am 70, have owned several premium automobiles, and find... - mcwrww
I am 70, have owned several premium automobiles, and find most dealerships to be deeply flawed. BG Motorsports is not one of those. They sold me a Certified Pre-Owned Maserati for the agreed upon amount, no unexpected extras, and closed the transaction with one of the most efficient business managers I have seen. I would recommend this dealership to anyone looking for a quality used car. One last thing: everyone seemed genuinely nice. Not smarmy and phony -- just nice.
In full transparency I haven't bought a vehicle there,... - Db30
In full transparency I haven't bought a vehicle there, but my shopping experience has been terrible...that's what this review is based on.
First, as at least one other reviewer has stated, it's extremely difficult to get through to a live person, and this is when I'm actually shopping for a vehicle. Across multiple calls, I got: disconnected after no one answered the phone; transferred to someone only to have the call drop; and bounced to voice mail. It took me 6 calls to get through to a live sales person.
Second, they have a vehicle listed for sale as of TODAY (actually it's been listed for much longer but it's still showing as for sale as of this writing), but it turns out that vehicle ISN'T ACTUALLY FOR SALE. When I asked for an explanation, they said that it's a service loaner and won't be available to purchase for at least a couple of more months, but they list it because it WILL BE FOR SALE at a future date.
Talk about shady practices! I understand that dealers are hurting for inventory and thus customers, but to falsely list a vehicle for sale just to get people coming in is an underhanded business practice in my book.
This experience has made me not want to ever do business with this place, even if/when they do have a vehicle I want and can ACTUALLY buy.