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Glen Pavlovich

Master Certified Sales Manager

It is my belief that when my goal is to genuinely help the customer solve their problem, they will appreciate their buying experience, return as customers and feel compelled to recommend our dealership to their friends.

1940 East Main Street
Waukesha, WI  53186

Real Customer Reviews

comfortable, pleasant, and thoughtful employees. Gave me a good trade on my 2000 Ranger 4x4.
They were very helpful while I was selecting my new vehicle. I would recommend them to friends and family.
A good selection of trucks and friendly staff to work with and well -Organized services Department.
Pete, Kip, Aisha and Kirby were very helpful in helping me purchase my new vehicle. Very friendly and fast service! I would recommend this dealership to anyone looking for a new vehicle!
I was pleased with the financing of my vehicle. However, it took quite a bit of time longer than I thought.The finance manager had not notified my sales person that my Trans Union credit account was locked. I was able to lock it on my smart phone but I believe that was the cause for the delay. I was there for 75 minutes

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