At Scherer Mazda, we've been a family-owned business since as far back as 1905, serving the Peoria area including Pekin, Bloomington, Springfield, East Peoria, Washington, Eureka, Dunlap, Ottawa as well as Central IL. We offer top-quality vehicles with top-quality service to match.
While the family originally made its start with the Buick brand, the Scherer dealership is looking to take its business to the next level, offering a new and improved product with the Mazda brand. We offer a wide variety of new, high-quality Mazda models to our customers with popular models such as the versatile Mazda CX-5, the upscale and comfortable Mazda6 and the efficient Mazda3.
If you have any questions or inquiries, feel free to get in touch with us using the form here on this page. You can also give us a call, or stop by whenever you're available and we'll be happy to help you then.
Here at Scherer Mazda, you're treated like family. This comes from our long history as a family business, which began back in 1905 when Otto Scherer opened his first Buick dealership in Palmyra, Wisconsin. He worked closely with his close friends and automotive giants such as David Dunbar Buick, Walter Chrysler, and C.W. Nash. The Scherer dealership was built on Scherer's philosophy of good service, quality products and great prices, which led to his respected position as a successful business owner in southern Wisconsin.
A man history won't soon forget, Scherer's business accomplishments were felt throughout the community. When his original store building burned down, Scherer took it upon himself to have a new building constructed that would house not only his own business, but a post office, medical and dental offices as well, thus "The Scherer Opera House" was built, being the first building in Palmyra to offer electric lights.
The Scherer Family has been proudly serving the Peoria area for decades and looks to do so for years to come.
"We don't want to boast too much, but if we do, we've got the goods, we've got the prices, we've got the style, we've got the service and we have a clean way of doing business. Two thousand satisfied customers to prove it.
If you are not one, can't we add you to our list?" - Otto E. Scherer, circa 1905