For over 25 years, the Big XII Automotive Group has served the southwestern United States with quality vehicles at affordable rates. From Oklahoma’s unparalleled horsepower to the premium luxury of our Texas classics, there’s something for everyone on our lot.

Don’t believe us? Check out some of these reviews from our real customers…

Great deals and Heisman-caliber service ★★★★☆

Feb 13, 2021 by OKBoomer

If you’re looking for efficiency, the Big 12’s Oklahoma lineup is for you. It feels like no matter who’s behind the wheel, the system is so intuitive that the ride is always smooth.

My only real complaint is the car’s durability. If you own an Oklahoma, you’d better be a defensive driver. The last two years, I got in fender benders with Kansas State models. You’d think a big Sooner Schooner could take the hit, but I nearly totaled my season both times.

This might not be the car you drive to a national championship, but it’s certainly good for a 12-game stretch. Just be careful when winter comes. This make has a bad habit of slipping and slamming into brick walls come January.


There’s nothing a little rebuild can’t fix ★★★★☆

March 9, 2021 by HundredBrilesPerHour

Kids these days have no patience. They want to buy a five-star-studded hot rod with a souped-up air raid engine fresh off the factory line.

To me, there’s something beautiful about breathing new life into an old car. You know, like Art Briles fixing up the clunker that was late 2000s Baylor or Matt Rhule fixing up the clunker that was late 2010s Baylor. Personally, I’m thrilled to see what Dave Aranda does with the beater that is 2021 Baylor.


Satisfied, but could use a little more juice from Oklahoma State ★★★☆☆

May 17, 2021 by mulletlover83

I started driving my Cowboy in 2005 and haven’t looked back since. By now, it would take a total engine meltdown for me to move on to anything nicer or more expensive. That being said, lately I have noticed a bit of a drop-off in my gas mileage.

Look, I think it’s awesome that Oklahoma State can get to 10 wins so consistently with a smaller motor. Just don’t promise this year’s model is cleaner and more efficient than the Sooner, because it never is. Oklahoma State excels in plenty of categories, but in others it always seems to fall a bit short of OK.

One reply from Mike GundyVerified Oklahoma State Sales Associate
May 19, 2021

I want to talk about this review right here. Let me tell you why I want to talk about this review. Three-fourths of this is inaccurate. It’s fiction.

If you have a dealership someday, you’ll understand. But you obviously don’t have a dealership. I do. Your vehicle goes down Interstate 40, and somebody makes fun of it because it’s weirdly shaped or it’s a gas-guzzler. It’s not a hybrid, and it doesn’t deserve to be tailgated when it’s moving slowly.

If you want to go after a car — one of my cars — you go after one that doesn’t do the right things. You don’t downgrade one because it does everything relatively well and may not get as many miles per gallon on the freeway.

Where are we at in the automotive industry today? You want to talk about poor highway fuel economy? Come after Jeep! Drive a van! I-40!


Lifelong customer no more ★★☆☆☆

July 21, 2021 by Gilbert4Heisman2010

For decades, my family has been a loyal customer of the Big 12. We were so disappointed to hear the Big 12 would no longer be selling Texas and Oklahoma vehicles. Oh, well. It’s on to the SEC for this house.

One reply from Bob Bowlsby ✔ Verified Big XII General Manager
July 22, 2021

All of us at the Big 12 thank you for your patronage throughout the years. I’m not sure where you heard Oklahoma and Texas were leaving our lot, but we have no plans to discontinue that contract. We hope to welcome you back to our store this fall!

One reply from Greg Sankey ✔ Verified SEC General Manager
July 26, 2021

You heard right! Starting in 2025, SEC Automotive Retailers will be your one-stop shop for all things Texas and Oklahoma. See you soon. Roll Tide — and hook ‘em, too! ;)

***This comment has been flagged and reported for review by Big XII moderators


Who needs Texas, anyway? ★★★★★

July 28, 2021 by John Smith

The one nice thing about a Longhorn is you save a ton of time replacing its tires. Why go to a shop when you’re already paying an absurd amount of money for the wheels to come off?

If you want a ride that’s reliable and reasonably priced, go for a Wildcat or a Horned Frog. Now that’s a car that will get you from A to B. And what does B stand for? That’s right. Bahamas Bowl 2021, here we come.


What even is a car, if you really think about it? ★★★★★

July 28, 2021 by realcustomer2397

Yeah sure, other dealerships might sell big names with bells and whistles like conference titles or national relevance. But at the end of the day, a car is really an opportunity for adventure.

Journey from coast-to-coast in a brand-new Texas Tech Red Raider, windows down and convertible roof open. Enjoy the breeze as the fresh air and pretty much everything that travels by air blows right past you.

Alternatively, hop in a rugged, 4-wheel-drive West Virginia Mountaineer. Climb winding roads like a 19th-century pioneer in the Appalachians or a car dealership desperately clawing its way out of the red.

This is a vehicle for the outdoorsman, which coincidentally is what a certain someone might become if he has to close his dealerships’ doors thanks to a pair of money-hungry, good-for-nothing traitors.


Please, for the love of God buy one of these cars ★★★★★

July 28, 2021 by realcustomer2398

These are perfectly fine vehicles, and there are definitely enough of them. I mean, what dealership needs to sell 16 different makes? That’s just silly. Unless the other customers think that’s cool. Maybe the Big 12 could throw in a couple AAC brands? Would that work? Reply to this review with any hot tips, tricks, or multimillion-dollar television deals, my fellow commenters!


Something enthusiastic and positive with lots of !!! at the end ★★★★★

July 28, 2021 by I don’t care anymore, just tell the intern to make up something

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Yikes, talk about a piece of junk ★☆☆☆☆

March 9, 2021 by Jay Hawke

When Kansas hired a mechanic who manufactured a national championship in Louisiana, I decided to roll the dice. Two seasons of coughing and sputtering later, I popped the hood and found a bunch of gross stuff underneath. Like, a lot. Honestly, it’s crazy they kept that crap covered up for so long.

Don’t be an idiot like me and invest your hard-earned cash in a lemon that couldn’t last 60 minutes coasting through the Sun Belt before completely breaking down. I learned my lesson — you should never pay a single cent for less miles.

One new reply from Travis Goff ✔ Verified Kansas Director of Operations
August 10, 2021

Um, technically it’s fewer miles.



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