Tag: Garage

Can You Really Keep A Vehicle Safe Without A Garage?

If you’re thinking about buying a new vehicle, it’s natural to worry about how to best protect it.

Vehicles are big investments, and even a dent or a scratch can potentially knock hundreds of dollars off a vehicle’s value. For many drivers, it’s easy to avoid accidental damage by storing their vehicle in a garage at home. But what about drivers who don’t have a garage to use? Are they putting their vehicle in danger by leaving it outside at night?

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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

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
We had a great experience buying our new car. Our salesman Frank Ballendux was friendly and professional. Overall great experience and fair and balanced price and financing.
Frank B. is an excellent sales representative. He did an excellent job in working with my wife and I when looking to complete the transaction
We have leased or purchased almost 20 vehicles at Griffin Ford. Kip Rupple always navigates the way and sales specialist Frank handles all the details. This dealership is customer focused and has an outstanding service department. Honest and reliable team !
Everyone we worked with was wonderful and very informative. I will highly recommend you to anyone else for your service. Keep up the good work.

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