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Located in Conyers, GA, Courtesy Ford is proud to be one of the premier dealerships in the area. From the moment you walk into the showroom, you'll know our commitment to Customer Service is second to none. We strive to make your experience with Courtesy Ford a good one – for the life of your vehicle. Whether you need to Purchase, Finance, or Service a New or Pre-Owned Ford, you’ve come to the right place.
Our Finance Team is committed to helping our Customers with their Credit Approval needs. Good Credit, Bad Credit, No Credit, We are here to help!
Courtesy Ford also offers service on all makes and models and our dealership specializes in Factory-Certified Parts. Whether getting your vehicle serviced or purchasing parts from our dealership, you can rest assured that you are getting the highest quality service and parts from experts that know your vehicle. Our Award winning Body Shop and Collision Center is here to serve all makes and models as well.
Our dealership is conveniently located off of Interstate 20 at exit 82.
|Hours of Operation:|
|Monday :||9:00 AM -||8:00 PM|
|Tuesday :||9:00 AM -||8:00 PM|
|Wednesday :||9:00 AM -||8:00 PM|
|Thursday :||9:00 AM -||8:00 PM|
|Friday :||9:00 AM -||8:00 PM|
|Saturday :||9:00 AM -||6:00 PM|
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Helpful Tip for: Auto Dealers
Auto dealers in Conyers are local distribution businesses that sell both new and pre-owned cars, at retail rates. This is done by entering an agreement with the automaker, or its sales subsidiary. These places also offer financing services, as well as technicians for vehicle maintenance. Auto sales (new) are only via dealers in this country, there is no direct manyfacturer sales. Other services offered include insurance of various kinds, accessories, maintenance services, and trade-in options.
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