- Report: #1166112
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Complaint Review: Blaise Alexander Hyundai Mazda
Blaise Alexander Hyundai Mazda1703 West College Avenue State College, Pennsylvania USA
Blaise Alexander Hyundai Mazda John Broome Rip-off artist! Con-artist! State College Pennsylvania
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Horrible experience with this dealership. Dealt with them since 2008 when I first purchased a brand new Santa Fe. Continued to use them for all service work. Went in to find a good used car for my son, thinking we would probably be looking at Hyundai's or Mazdas. I TRUSTED these people. We were shown a 2009 Nissan and were told it was a "GREAT DEAL" and wouldn't find a better deal anywhere else. These people know a sucker when they see them and have no problem being dishonest. Found out we paid the same price for the used 2009 with NO warranty as we would have on a BRAND NEW 2014 Nissan that would have had a 3 year warranty. Called manager John Broome, and he was arrogant and basically told me "too bad." I would NEVER return to this dealership. Do not be fooled by the super-friendly staff and the "cute" mascot dog they have wandering around the showroom. You will most likely be treated much more fairly at another dealership.
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