Deeter Mazda - They tried to sell me a used car with a hit on the back as new and tried to hide the defects
They tried to sell me a used car with a hit on the back as new and tried to hide the defects. When I found the 2014 Mazda 3 expensive I was offered a “new” 2013 Mazda 3 When I saw the car first thing I noticed is that it already had close to 5,000 miles, “I’ll give you a good discount for that” he said His initial ask price was a bit over 20,000 and of course I said no, in a blink of an eye he wrote a new price ..4,400 less !! … But the best was yet to come I wanted to see the car again and then I found a deep chip on the front bumper, he tried to convince me that it would be covered by the warranty if I buy it (which is not true) then said he would have to check with his manager to see if they would repair it. Then, I saw on the upper part of the back of the trunk some deeps, this car hit (or was hit by) something!!! Then I understood why there was also a decolorized sticker on the bottom of the bumper (in a new car ????) and I asked what they were trying to hide with the sticker and why was it there (it didn’t even go with the curve of the bumper) When I told him that he was trying to sell me a car with a hit he said “he didn’t know” ... really? You don’t know what you are selling? .. that’s your work, then I can’t trust what you are selling me But honestly, I’m sure they know very well, they just tried to hide the defects So in any case you can not trust what they sell
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