Listed below are five of the main Ford Dealerships that can be found in Union City GA . It is worth remembering that each dealer is an independent business and can be negotiated with to get the best deals on price and finance. There are also a selection of questions below that can be worth asking prior to purchase.
AutoNation Ford Union City
Allan Vigil Ford of Fayetteville, Inc.
Allan Vigil Ford
John Bleakley Ford Inc
Mike Fitzpatrick Ford, Inc.
How many miles to the gallon does it do ?
What is the vehicles mileage ?
What extras that the vehicle come with ?
Can you hold the vehicle for me while I make a decision ?
Will the Ford dealership deliver the vehicle ?
What are servicing costs ?
Below are the two main Ford dealerships in Royal Oak. Beneath are a number of questions that you might want to ask, as different dealers will have different priorities.
Lewis Ford Lincoln of Hays
Beloit Auto And Truck Plaza Inc
Does the car come with four wheel drive ?
For some people. this is a necessity, for others a luxury. Not all SUV’s are four wheel drive. and some smaller cars have a four wheel capability, so worth checking.
How long is the warranty ?
What does the warranty cover ?
Is it a manufacturer’s warranty ?
Do I need a new warranty for tires ?
What are the most common repairs
and what are the cost of spares ?
Are there additional fees such as dealership fees ?
Finding a Ford dealer in the Houston area of Texas is relatively easy. What is more difficult is working out which one to go to, and where to start in terms of the different range of options available. Below are five main dealerships in the Houston area. There are many more, but these give a good insight into how a dealership operates, and what you might expect both on-line and in-person.
Tommie Vaughan Ford
120 North Shepherd Drive, Houston, TX 77008
This dealership’s website is well structured, and shows a wide range of useful information in an easy to access manner. There are menus for new inventories, pre-owned inventories and work trucks.
There are also specific sections for the service center, for the parts center and for the collision center.
6200N Loop East, Houston TX 77026
Tel – 855- 587-2086
This Ford dealership’s website has similar sections on new vehicles, pre-owned vehicles and work trucks. It also has a separate section on finance and specials, and sections on service and parts.
There are also sections on scheduling servicing, and ordering parts and accessories.
Russell and Smith Ford
3440 S LoopWest, Houston TX 77025
Tel – 888-463-8919
This Ford dealers website is perhaps more focused than others.
There are sections on new cars, used cars, work trucks and specials. In addition there are sections on service and parts finance and body shop. In addition, the website has a blog with a number of useful articles on buying or leasing a Ford car or truck.
There is also a section advertising special deals such as a one-year maintenance plan, a conference in car wash, complimentary estimates, complimentary shuttles and a range of mobile servicing options.
Sterling McCall Ford
6445 Southwest Freeway, Houston TX 77074
Tel – 281-588-5000
Sterling McCall have a similar range of options to the other websites listed above, but it is also perhaps worth noting that their sales hours from 8 AM to 9 PM Monday to Friday.
These are quite long opening hours, and especially useful to anyone working during the day and needing to access a dealership in the evening after work.
9225 North Freeway Houston TX 77037
Tel – 281 -878- 4200
This Ford dealer also focuses in on potential Spanish-speaking customers by offering the website in their language.
Whilst they have a wide range of new and used vehicles, Doggett Ford make a special point of advertising their work trucks such as F-250, and have a long history of working with different types of Ford trucks, and can offer that experience as such.
Finding a dealership is best done either by going to the main Ford website where there is a special section on how to search by ZIP Code, location or speciality.
Alternatively, simply enter search terms in Google or Bing and do a normal search.
The issue very quickly becomes one of trying to decide which dealership to approach, or where to get the best deal, whether buying or leasing a Ford car or truck.
By far the easiest way is to use the various dealerships websites, and do research as to what you think is most appropriate deal that has been offered. Once that has been done, you can approached the dealership either by phone, email or in person.
It is always a good idea to do as much research as possible beforehand, and to do as much of the negotiation either by phone or on-line before visiting the dealership.
This is simply because you have a much stronger hand if you are not physically in the dealership, but can walk away from it before you actually agree any deal.
Most Ford dealers recognise this nowadays, and many have specific Internet departments that are designed to help you through this process.
Ford offers are quite often referred to as Ford incentives, and can cover a wide range of options or inducements to promote both sales and leasing plans and associated costs and benefits to potential customers. Ford offers can work either at a national level, or at a local level through dealerships or both.
Ford offers can also relate either to the entire range of vehicles, to selected vehicles only, to certain customers only or to certain customers who obtain pre-approval for Ford credit.
Ford offers may also relate to finance deals for individuals, which may or may not apply to all or any of their vehicles, and may well apply to certain selected customers who will normally have a fairly high credit score or credit rating.
Ford offers can also be a seasonal process, offering the above options at certain times of the year, either as a way of boosting sales when they might otherwise be a bit flat, or clearing inventories to allow for new models for new vehicles to come through.
Ford offers of all types are likely to be good deals if one can avail themselves of them, and they relate to specific cars or trucks that the individual wants to buy or lease.
What can make a real difference is if someone is willing to play the waiting game, and be willing to buy or lease their vehicle when the specific offers come up. This may mean waiting a few months before being able to take advantage of a specific offer or incentive.
Ford offers can also relate to costs outside of the sale of lease price of vehicle, and will normally relate to things such as vehicle protection plans, such as vehicle service contracts, servicing and maintenance contracts, extended warranties or roadside assistance and emergency plans.
Ford may also from time to time have arrangements with insurance companies who can offer auto insurance car insurance deals to selected customers. Again deals with selected insurance companies may well be advantageous, but should also be compared with other insurance companies offering quotations on a like-for-like basis.