About our Austin Mitsubishi Dealership, Roger Beasley Rewards
In 1972, Roger Beasley Imports was formed and Roger was a car man from the very beginning. It was his passion to fix and race cars in high school. After he graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Business Administration and after several positions with large companies, Roger decided to get into the car business and never look back again.
Today, the Roger Beasley brand consists of a High Line Group (Porsche, Audi, Saab, Subaru, Volvo, Maserati, Fisker, Bryker) and a group consisting of four Mazda stores in Austin, Georgetown and Killeen, Texas. Plus, Roger Beasley also has a Hyundai and Mitsubishi store. As part of the Mazda Hyundai Mitsubishi group, we look forward to serving you both now and in the future.
At our dealerships in TX, we also offer excellent rewards to members of the Roger Beasley Rewards program. When you buy a new or pre-owned car from a Roger Beasley dealership, you will get a free AutoRewards card. So, each time you spend money at any of our dealership’s service centers on parts or services in Austin, 10% of the total will go to your account.
Visit the latest edition to the Roger Beasley Family, Roger Beasley Mitsubishi in Austin, TX at our website or give us a call at (512) 949-5999.
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- on Yelp
I went to Roger Beasley Mitsubishi to have my brakes replaced. They beat the price of other brake places in town, and were very upfront and helpful about the process and the price. I got an exact quote for parts & labor before they did the work, and to my surprise it was actually the price I paid when I got my car back! I also needed a wheel lock key to get a flat tire off my car, and they kindly let me borrow the one from their set when they didn't have an extra to sell. Great experienced staff, I'd definitely recommend giving them a visit.
"Because I received such personal, customer-friendly service on a small item, I will definitely return when I have larger items to address."
- on Yelp
I needed a small, inexpensive part which was not in stock. Sam the parts manager ordered it and said that I could pick it up the next day. Unfortunately it wasn't there as promised, so, by way of apology for having me drive over there unnecessarily, Sam had a mechanic look at my car and confirm my diagnosis (at no charge). The mechanic also did a quick fix to keep the car from overheating until the part came in. When it did arrive, Sam waived the $5 cost and apologized again for my having to drive there twice.
Wow, I am impressed!
I was pleasantly surprised by this level of courtesy, which one rarely finds these days! Because I received such personal, customer-friendly service on a small item, I will definitely return when I have larger items to address.
- on Yelp
I'm not surprised that I'm the first one to review this place. When I went to go get my transmission serviced a couple weeks ago, the dealership was in the old Hertz shed behind Mazda South. There are plans to replace the shed with a shiny new building, as they were preparing to move out of the shed into some trailers for a while. The plans look pretty nice, but in the meantime, it's a shed with some Evos out front.
I generally dislike going to most dealerships for service because I'm a girl who tracks and autocrosses the car. If they're not pointing out wear on the car in a way that makes me feel as if my warranty is in great peril, they're usually trying to sell me extra stuff that I don't need. Apparently to some, boobs are a sign that you'll never RTFM. Before I knew this place existed, I even considered driving all the way back to Jubilee in Waco for the sole reason that the woman (!) at the service counter never gave me much grief.
Lo and behold, Roger Beasley's motorsports guy at the Harris Hill Road track mentioned that Beasley had acquired a Mitsubishi dealership, so I spared myself the hour and a half drive and just took my car here. I guess this means that relationship between H2R and Beasley is paying off at least a little. Sneaky, sneaky--I see how this works. Win over the merry band of car nerds and you'll get all the people who ask the nerds for advice.
I think they've done just that. They were friendly. They didn't try to sell me a bunch of extra stuff. I even got a discount on my service for it being my first time in there, which was most appreciated on the $$$My-Parents-Shoud've-Bought-A-Manual CVT service. They gave me a meaty packet afterwards outlining all the other parts they checked while it was at the shop--things like battery life, tire wear and the like.
The location is convenient, albeit a little hard to find the first time. It's sort of hiding down the road behind Mazda South. Hopefully it's not too hard to find because Austin needs a good Mitsu dealership. Sticking it next to Mazda seems to make sense (it was a close decision for me between the Lancer and a Mazda3), but behind? We'll see.
I think they've got a decent start. It's always a good sign when a dealership actually carries the make's halo car, IMHO, and they had both the MR and the GSR right in front of the shed. I got sent up to Mazda South to wait because, well, the dealership was in an old Hertz shed. If Mazda's waiting room was any indication, hopefully Mitsu's will have wifi, too. Wifi is good, mmm'kay?
The only drawbacks? The hours of the shop. I really hope that with a permanent building comes longer hours. Even if they had just one weekday where they were open after normal 9-5 work hours, that would be soooo much better. Well, that and the fact that A Couple Dudes and an Open Carport will *always* be cheaper than taking it in to a dealership.