|By PR Newswire||
|August 15, 2014 11:08 AM EDT||
LOGANVILLE, Ga., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For many Georgia drivers, the misfortune of being saddled with a poorly functioning car is only superseded by an even more troubling fate: trying to sell that same car. Rather than jump through the rings required to secure a reputable buyer, many drivers are forced to endure either unwelcome maintenance fees or years of unsatisfactory performance. However, one area car dealership is proving that this doesn't have to be the case. Loganville Ford, located conveniently close to both Athens and Atlanta, Ga., is now offering to buy drivers' used cars, eliminating much of the guesswork and frustration that often accompanies this transaction.
By choosing this route to sell his or her used vehicle, the discerning Georgia driver receives a number of attractive incentives that are great alternatives to the typical Craigslist-and-classified fare. The haggling and inconvenience so frequently associated with the selling of a car to a private buyer is eliminated at Loganville Ford, a dealership with a long history of customer satisfaction and a sterling reputation of fairness. Additionally, with its centralized location near to a number of Georgia metropolitan hubs, Loganville Ford offers the small-town appeal that many competitors simply can't match.
To learn more about the many ways that Loganville Ford is easing the burden associated with selling a used car, interested parties are encouraged to visit the dealership personally. Additionally, the dealer has created a special "We Buy Used Cars" inquiry page, available at www.loganvilleford.com, where questions may be directed as well. Those wishing to contact the dealer directly, meanwhile, may call by telephone at 877-461-6619.
Media Contact: Dayn Riegel, Loganville Ford, 877-461-6619, [email protected]
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