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Old 06-06-2013, 02:34 AM   #1
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Suggested Ford / Chevrolet dealerships?

Looking to hit the dealerships soon for a new truck and am wondering if any of you know specific sales associates that are "good" working in Ford/Chevy dealerships?
Had a bad experience at DueckGM Marine last year while purchasing a car and REALLY don't want to go through something similar.

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what are you planning on picking up?
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why not dodge?
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here's a link to a previous discussion on ford dealerships.


http://www.revscene.net/forums/67792...rd-dealer.html
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what are you planning on picking up?
Really interested in the Avalanche and the F150 FX4. Will come down to how they drive etc and what I can get for my buck!
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Just doesn't click with me
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Really interested in the Avalanche and the F150 FX4. Will come down to how they drive etc and what I can get for my buck!

Just doesn't click with me
between the two i would opt for an eco boost f150

the avalanche is dated with a dated motor IMO
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I got my f150 from coastal ford, was really impressed with the service I got from the salesman(if you want his name lemme know)....and the extra special service I got from the cute lady inside who did all the paperwork who stole my number and gave me her number and the keys to her car so they could keep my car another day and detail it. (we had some fun hahaha)

wasn't impressed with the trade in value of the truck I brought in though...they only gave me 500$ for it...was a 94 explorer, 34"s, lifted, 5 speed, giant custom bush guard.....shoulda sold it private on craigslist or just kept it(if I could've found room to store it)

but I highly recommend coastal ford!
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between the two i would opt for an eco boost f150

the avalanche is dated with a dated motor IMO
Thanks for the suggestion, and roughly with -$2500 for the ecoboost too!

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I got my f150 from coastal ford, was really impressed with the service I got from the salesman(if you want his name lemme know)....and the extra special service I got from the cute lady inside who did all the paperwork who stole my number and gave me her number and the keys to her car so they could keep my car another day and detail it. (we had some fun hahaha)

wasn't impressed with the trade in value of the truck I brought in though...they only gave me 500$ for it...was a 94 explorer, 34"s, lifted, 5 speed, giant custom bush guard.....shoulda sold it private on craigslist or just kept it(if I could've found room to store it)

but I highly recommend coastal ford!
Thanks, I will PM you for the salesman!
Trade in's always hurt I thought my 00' 2500 Suburban for $5500 was bad...I really wish I kept it also, the things I am restricted to doing with a cross-over SUV really sucks..
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theres nothing like a proper body on frame with low and high range
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