|By PR Newswire||
|August 26, 2014 07:10 AM EDT||
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The town of Greenville, TX sits nearly 32 miles west and approximately 30 minutes from Sulphur Springs, which is why Toliver Ford is featuring the community. The well-established dealership is making a strong effort to increase its presence in outlying communities that may benefit from having another car dealer from which to purchase and service vehicles. However, Toliver Ford is making sure customers know that it is not just a place to buy new and used vehicles.
Toliver Ford puts great effort into its automotive maintenance department. The dealership explains that its factory-trained auto technicians can perform anything from vehicle repairs to preventative maintenance services on automobiles. Priding itself on its ethics, Toliver Ford vows that customers only pay for services and part replacements that are necessary, putting customers at ease knowing that they are not being over charged for unnecessary repairs.
The dealership also notes that it frequently posts printable maintenance coupons online for customers to apply on specific services. Some coupons have included mail-in rebates on parts and tune-ups, as well as special pricing on vehicle components and vehicle checkups. Toliver Ford also has specific departments dedicated to vehicle collision repair, automotive parts, and a Quick Lane service which caters to busy individuals and does not require an appointment.
Toliver Ford has a wealth of information regarding vehicle inventory, model details and financing options on its website, www.toliverford.com. For those who want to visit the dealership in person, Toliver Ford is located at 1040 Gilmer Street, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482. The dealership can be reached by phone by calling 888-457-1823.
Media Contact: Brent Toliver, Toliver Ford, 908-454-3100, [email protected]
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