Park Mazda will do what ever it takes to getting you into a new vehicle. During the purchase they treat you top notch; However once they have your money they quickly change the tune. I bought a car from them in 2020. From the time I got the car I had to constantly put air in the tires. After about 2 weeks of that I took the car in to have the tires looked at. They had determined the tire had sidewall damage that could not be fixed. They replaced 2 tires on my AWD CX-5 GT. All was good for the summer. Once winter hit I swapped to a winter set I had bought. Spring forward to may 2021 I went to Costco to get the summers back on. Costco said they could not mount them as one of the tires had an illegitimate patch on the shoulder. I brought it back to Mazda to have it looked it. The service manager took one look and said there is no way that patch should have been done, and handed me a bill for $450 to get 2 new tires. I inquired how I was on the hook for bill when I had not performed the patch work, and had similar problems with the other tire when I bought it. He told me that's the way it. Then going on to say I should be lucky they did anything with the first 2 tires, and for all they know I patched the tire myself after I bought it (I would never in my life consider a shoulder path nor would most any reputable tire shop perform a one). The mechanical fitness form from the purchase showed all aspects of the tire as compliant when they clearly were not. Overall I am shocked they would allow me to buy a vehicle that could potentially put the lives of myself and family at risk. I am just as shocked with the decrease in service quality as soon as I paid. I will ve finding another Mazda dealer for my next purchase, and would encourage you to do the same.