Purchases CPO Mazda 3 from Kira at San Juan Mazda - DP Dad
Best experience I have had at a dealer so far. No pressure, all customer service. Thank you Kira and Capo Mazda. I will recommend to friends and family.
Top Reviewed Specialists At This Dealership
Sales & Leasing Consultant
Great experience at Tustin Mazda! - Cduffy2
Larry and Javier helped me purchase a new CX5! They were both super helpful and not pushy or annoying when it came time to think about the purchase. Answered all my questions and were cool and laid back. Amazing experience!
Internet Sales Professional
Great car buying experience. - Dianne
It was so easy and quick, great experience! Carrie was very helpful and made it so easy. I Wish I had done it sooner. Love my nee CX 5.
Great experience, overall! - NAOMI.CARLSON7
I worked with multiple mazda dealerships and have even purchased before with another dealer and I couldn’t be happier with the service I received at CJ! Tom was very helpful, responsive and stayed late twice to get me the car I wanted. He made sure all the paperwork was taken care of upon arrival and had my new car all clean and ready for me to test drive. Thank you Tom and thank you CJ :) I will definitely be back for my car purchasing needs and already am recommending to everyone I know!!
Exceptional Service Department - Julietdelta1
Their service department is exceptional. They back the Volvo warranty and they always take really good care of me. I would deathly recommend the sealer based on how well I was treated [after] I bought my XC70
Exelent - Lana
Cogy Nelson was salesman who helped us with our Mazda. He gave us 100% of his attention. Aissa was our financial consultant. He was wonderful!
Internet Sales Manager
Amazing customer service - MazdaMS3Guy
This service center is great. I trust Mazda to take care of my car. And the service employees are fantastic. Patricia always goes above and beyond for her customers,
Above and Beyond Customer Service - solaguayo
Being a first time auto buyer, one of the things that I wanted from the dealer where I would purchase my car was an honest and friendly environment - CardinalWay provided this to me. I had the opportunity to work with Steven when I visited CardinalWay looking for a Mazda3 Hatchback. From the onset, he was the the most candid salesperson I had encountered the entire day. He was straightforward with me from the moment he said "hello" in the parking lot. After having him tell me about the car and taking me on a test drive we went inside to run numbers.
Neil was the person that helped run and explain the numbers for me. He was also honest and straightforward and put in a lot of effort to put together a deal I was comfortable with. After he gave me a concrete offer, I notified him that I would not be able to commit until I looked at what other dealers could offer me. Unlike the other financing people I had previously encountered, Neil understood and did not push any further. I left the dealership with both Steven and Neil's cards and a positive experience with this dealer.
The following day I visited another dealer and had an awful experience. After going through that I knew I had to go back to CardinalWay. I returned to CardinalWay and worked out a deal for a new 2017 Mazda3. On my return I worked with AJ for my test drive and some of the initial paperwork. Just like Steven, AJ was a pleasure to work with - friendly and candid. I also worked with Neil and Paulina on the numbers for this new car. Neil included a rebate that I did not even know about, nor asked for, he took it upon himself to find me the best possible deal and did it on his own. I have no words to describe how pleasantly surprised I was when he outlined this on the itemized list of costs. Unlike the other dealers, I felt that CardinalWay was making a great effort into making my experience with purchasing a car as seamless and pleasant as possible; they were not simply focused on making a sale. With all that had happened at the previous dealer, I knew that I was in good hands at CardinalWay and chose to purchase my car from them.
Paulina was the next person I worked with and she was cheerful and full of energy. She made the paperwork process enjoyable. Not only was she very personable, she was also knowledgeable and thorough with every form she handed me.
CardinalWay made me feel like I was part of their family and I genuinely appreciated that. They earned my trust and business that day. I will definitely be coming here first for my future car needs. No lies, no games, just exceptional service all around.
Nicholas Fletcher Internet Manager, and AJ in Finance ROCK - L. Peterson
This is how all dealerships should be! If your looking for a Mazda/Hyundai, be sure to go here! I am a frustrated Volkswagen TDI owner, and because Volkswagen is buying my car back I found my self shopping for a vehicle again. After deciding that Mazda was an great choice, I reached out to Nicholas Fletcher 909-528-4284, who in my opinion is "The MAN!" to see. He listened to my issues with Volkswagen, and was very excited to assist me. After choosing my CX-5, Nick took the ball and just SCORED! No games or gimmicks here! From my first contact though the finance process with AJ (professional and spot on) made my experience fun and enjoyable! It was clear that the team at Victorville Mazda truly understand what it takes to provide customer satisfaction. Thank you Nick, and AJ for making the purchase of my Mazda Cx-5 the BEST car buying experience ever!
Mazda lease - Mazda
Quick, efficient sale. Sean delivered the car to home for our convenience. Best deal by far, we will be back. our daughter is ecstatic! Thank you
service department - mikenewell91
I bought my jeep July of last year, Fidel arranged for me to come in and test drive the Renegade I was interested in, when I got there Symone took over from there. They were both awesome, I want it to be known this review is not about them. This is about the service department. Within 6 months of purchasing this car the engine light started to turn on and off and then eventually just stayed on, the car started jerking when I put it in gear, buttons on radio started sticking and I was unable to use them, as well the latch on the back got stuck so I was unable to shut my back door until I forced it closed. I took it in to the service department where the service clerk took all of my info down and then casually asked me if I had a ride home because they would need to keep my vehicle for a few days. I asked him if they provided any loaner vehicle or would help with a rental, cause ummm I cant be with out a vehicle and he casually just said "no, that he could not provide me with that" so I walked away because I cant be with out a car and I Do not have any other way to get to work and school. I later talked to the manager Chris who was able to resolve my problem and he offered to pay for the rental while they kept it for two days. (thanks Chris) they told me that they couldn't find anything wrong with the car and to pick it up. As soon as I got home the engine light turned back on. The car to this day still jerks. I do not have time or money to be going back and forth, and now it appears 1 of my roters are going out already. This car was the worse mistake of my life and I have never had so many problems with any of the other dealers I have purchased from. Not sure how they expect you to turn your car over to them and let you be with out a vehicle. I pay my car payment monthly for a reason, I do not pay it to be left with out a vehicle and/ or spend more on a rental especially when I was possibly sold a defective vehicle from this dealer.
Amazing - Khemepoo
Miguel was wonderful. I dreaded going to look for cars because most salesmen are over bearing. This dealership was much different. I actually enjoyed shopping for cars.
excellent service - sojumann
i have bought 4 cars from this dealership already and i am satisfied with the sales people and so does finance and i am out within an hour
Tony Witsoe - tulips89
We were given the best customer service at Browning Mazda in Cerritos. We were greeted by Tony Witsoe and he was so helpful and full of so much knowledge. He knew everything about the cars and the specifics. Every question we asked he answered and that is great. I had an awful experience with Mercedes laguna Niguel once and I went in there a bit nervous but Tony and the the rest of the staff at Browning Mazda Cerritos changed that. They were polite, attentive, professional, and they know their cars very well. Mercedes could answer basic questions on their own cars. It was pathetic. I would recommend Browning Mazda to everyone. They are the best.
Tuttle Click Mazda - Mazda
Fairly good for auto purchase, but lack of explanations for finance forms, and poor service dept. management. No follow up, and non personable. Go elsewhere.
Great Service, Very Happy - Newmazdaowner
This is my first new car and they couldn’t have been more helpful and polite. I did my research and I told them what I was willing to pay. They were honest and upfront and told me exactly what the car would cost OTD. They were easy to talk to and everything went very smooth. I have no complaints whatsoever. If you are interested in a Mazda, I would head in their direction.
Worst Dealer! - Fesenjoon
We went for a test drive, not only the salesman (Nej) wasn't warm and helpful, but also he said he was too busy for a test drive (and they only had another customer/a couple). My husband said we are looking to buy a cx9, but for whatever reason he was insisting that a cx5 would be enough for our family!! Even though my husband mentioned several times that we're planning to buy the car, he was still insisting that we should lease one!!! My husband finally asked about the prices and Nej said he doesn't know!! He asked us to come back later, because one of the salesmen's grandma passes away and they were short staffed! The most unprofessional way to handle a customer! We're NOT going back!
Sketchy and Dishonest - R Riley
1.0 star rating 12/23/2017
Star Mazda's only benefit is their competitive pricing. Other than that they are as sketchy as you imagine a call dealership would be.
We found a Mazda CX5 on their lot with low mileage and a fair price. We wanted to trade in our car and put down a significant down payment. We weren't able to agree on a trade-in value and so my wife and I left the lot without purchasing the car. Later that day they called and came up some on the trade-in. After researching other Mazda dealerships, we believed that the price they were offering was the best amongst all the Mazda dealerships.
The next step was to negotiate financing for the remaining balance. My wife and I are very fortunate and we both have credit scores over 800. Since this wasn't a new car, we didn't have the option of 0% financing. They offered us a very high rate and wouldn't budge much. So we went to Capital One, which is our credit card company. We found a more favorable rate and actually negotiated some additional perks through our CC by going with them. Star Mazda said that they couldn't go any lower. Star Mazda is a preferred dealer with Capital One, so it should be an easy process.
We called our salesperson at Star, told them the rate we negotiated through CO and said we wanted them as our lender. Get the paperwork together and we'll come in the next day to sign. They agreed and we were off.
Next day we went into the dealership to sign our papers and take our car. Our salesperson was fine. He had been as helpful as a salesperson can be. While waiting Don McCurdy, the Finance Manager, we updated our insurance to reflect our purchase. During that process we were asked by our insurance who our lender would be. We chose Capital One and were presented with addresses to match our lender. We asked our salesperson to verify with Don the lender address. He told us the address that Don chose.
Then we were ushered into Don's office to complete paperwork. This is when it got really interesting. We were there with our 10-week old baby. She's the reason we were upgrading to a larger car. She was in a stroller. Had already been there 45 minutes. She was getting a little fussy and Don asked if the baby was a girl or a boy. We said a girl and he said, "Oh yeah, girls are the fussy ones. I have three daughters."
Which fine, not a big deal. Sort of a playful dad banter. Then he goes on to say that his daughter got married this past weekend. We congratulated him. He said, "I didn't go. She had wanted me to walk her down the aisle but she said she wanted her mother to walk as well, so I refused."
Then he rants about his three daughters. Rants about how he used to have a female dog but now he has a male dog and it's so much better. Female dogs are terrible.
He looked at our credit score and saw that my wife had a higher score than me and said that it was unusual for the women's to be higher because "women have more credit cards than men."
My wife has an MBA in finance. She is very good with money. In fact, she's the reason I even have a reasonable score. Once I told him that, he asked what my wife did and then belittled what she did. My wife and I continued to look at each other, like xxx.
We signed and left. We were just happy to get out. We got nearly everything we wanted, so it was a win.
A week later we get a call from Wells Fargo saying that they were the owner of our loan. We thought it was a prank call or someone trying to get us to give them our personal information. So we called Don to get the scoop on what was going on. He didn't return two calls and voicemails.
So we called the store to ask for a manager. They verified that the loan was in fact sent to Wells Fargo, not to Capital One. So the benefits we negotiated were out the window. We spoke with a few managers that weren't very helpful and finally, Don called. He got on the phone with my wife.
He told her that he bundled us with a less favorable loan. At least that's what she got after talking over him because he refused to let her speak. He told her "not to get excitable" on the phone. He then told her that he decides where the loans go, she doesn't.
Needless to say, we're waiting for Star Mazda to change our loan or to at least apologize. They aren't doing either.
If you want to go to Star Mazda, just be aware that they are pretty sexist. They are extremely dishonest and they don't care to have your input when it comes to financing a car. They believe that THEY DECIDE. Not you.
BAIT & SWITCH DECEPTIVE AND DISHONEST - Bill L
Saw car advertised on Autotrader. Went to the dealership met with Al in internet sales and drove the car with my wife, I also met with Al's sales manager. Afterwards I agreed to pay the Autotrader advertised price. Al took me to his office to complete the paperwork. Halfway through completing the paperwork the sales manager came into the office and said there was a mistake and they would not sell me the car unless I purchased a dealer installed Alarm system for an additional 995 dollars. The car comes with an alarm system. Needless to say I was very upset and left. What makes it worse is this was a birthday gift for my wife and she was expecting me to drive home with her dream car. I checked Yelp and others have experienced the exact same scenario.
Poor service - Mexico00
Did not answer service calls and did not return calls for service. Called twice for service and received a message both time saying that a service representative would get back to me which has not happened
Thank you - samuell9477
Thank you for the opportunity to express my appreciation for such a fine dealership as Neftin. I also want to express my appreciation for my service rep John Garcia, Mark Gupton, and the entire office staff. It is a pleasure doing business with you.
The Hands Down Worst Business Experience I've Ever Had - erikschmitt
WARNING: Do NOT get a car here.
(Feb. 2015) I mistakenly leased a Mazda 3 here while still in a lease with Hyundai (for some reason I thought it ended the same week I went to Mazda). I freaked out, called Mazda and went in the next day.
When I got there I met with Coty – the manager who leased me the Mazda 3 the day before. He sat me down and had me wait for him for about 30 minutes. While waiting for him, I spoke with a salesperson there and told him what happened. He told me it should be a pretty easy fix.
When Coty returned I re-explained to him what happened, told him that it was totally my fault and apologized and that I wanted to get out of the lease. He told that that couldn’t be done because all of the paperwork had been sent in and processed. I said there must be something that could be done and that I would even take a lower model for a lower price, he said that this couldn’t be done either. I went back and forth with him for a while and he told me what he could do is cover one of the payments on my lease. This would involve me writing a check to Mazda for a bigger deposit on my current Mazda 3 for the amount of 2 payments on my Hyundai, and then Mazda in turn would send Hyundai a check for 3 payments.
I refused this offer initially because I thought Mazda wouldn’t actually follow through with it. I also thought it was weird that I could totally somehow still pay a bigger deposit on my car if all the paper work had already been sent in and processed.
I wasn’t satisfied with Coty’s answers and told him I also felt like I got a bad deal on the car and told him about the lease deal I saw on the website for the more expensive SUV. He said it’s because the Mazda 3s’ sell so he can’t give me a better deal but can somehow magically offer a car that costs $5000 more for the same price.
After getting frustrated with Coty’s answers, I told my story to the original saleswoman I spoke with before Coty came in to negotiate with me the day before. She was helpful and said we could go talk to the manager Vahe to see what could be done. On our way to Vahe bumped into Coty. Coty asked us what we were doing and she told him that we were going to speak to Vahe. He said that Vahe went home. She thanked him for letting us know and she brought me to go see someone else.
On our way to go see this other person, Coty caught up with us and told us to follow him. She asked him where we were going. He said ‘we’re going to see Vahe.’ Weird. Coty had just said Vahe went home. More red flags for Coty.
Turns out Coty just took me into Vahe’s office to CHEW ME OUT for not wanting the car. I again explained I made a huge mistake not checking the dates and that I really needed to get out of the lease. The car saleswoman tried to defend me but he snapped at her. She became quiet and left the room. Coty asked me how it was his fault that I leased two cars. I told him that I never once said that I was his fault, that I had just made a huge mistake and needed help. He told me that I would need to take the car home that night or that he would have a tow company tow the car to my house and send me the bill. He also said he did try to help me with a ‘generous’ offer of covering on of my lease payments and that I didn’t accept his offer so I ‘didn’t even want his help.’
I finally agreed to accept his offer because I can’t afford to pay for two car lease payments + a car tow bill.
I go into the leasing manager’s office to complete the deal where Mazda covers one of my Hyundai lease payments. I asked if I would need to write a new check for my deposit and the leasing manager said no, he already had the original check and showed me my original lease papers and original check for the deposit. They hadn’t been sent it and processed like Coty said they had. Another lie.
For this lease payment deal to happen, I had to sign a new paper saying my lease was changing and then I had to resign my lease papers. ANOTHER lie. I could have gotten the lower model or totally cancelled.
After all of this, a few weeks later I find out that Coty/Mazda has not sent in the check to cover my Hyundai payments. I ended up making another payment on my Hyundai.
I called the finance manager at Mazda to tell him that it hasn’t been paid. He told me he would call me back in 15 minutes. I called him back 2 hours later leave a message – nothing. I call again the next day and leave a message. Nothing. So on and so on. Called Coty, the manager of Sierra Mazda, Vahe, left a messages, didn’t hear back.
After a week of trying to get a hold of someone at Sierra Mazda I was transferred to Sierra Chevy by mistake. I told the finance manager there my story and she walked over to Sierra Mazda to have someone talk to me and find out what happened. After she spoke to Mazda, they finally called me and sent the check in. I seriously had to call CHEVY to get a hold of Mazda.
Huntington Beach Mazda
Internet Sales Director