- Jan 6, 2005
- monterey, ca, usa
- '03 honda s2k
this may sound like i'm just bs-ing, but i'm not... we actually try to select the vehicle the consumer really wants and needs. also, they're at the ford dealership for a reason - they want a ford (unless, they're looking at a used vehicle). if they wanted a bmw, they'd be at bmw. i mean, it'd be ridiculous to try and convince someone that a ford fusion is better than a bmw 5 series.but don't you die a bit inside each time you have to convice the customer that that is the best car in the world, the only one worth buying?
"i know i work at a ford dealer, but you realy are better of with a beemer"
i still love chevy, but fords got some nice models too: f-150's, expeditions, and excursions). most importantly, i don't care who's writin' the checks as long as i'm getting paid.8)Kind of ironic that your user name is "superchevy" and you work in a ford dealer :lol:
That's cool. I'm interested in test driving a Mustang GT with the manual. They seem like a good value and have plenty of aftermarket.mt? manual transmissions? if so, no. the current mark ups we have on mustangs:
"shelby gt" (dealer installed power packs and special appearance package): $4,999
"shelby gt500" - i think it said $9,999.
the "gt/cs" (california special) may have a small mark up since it's a limited edition model.
i'll check tomorrow.
Ha! :lol:Swiss Toni has a challenger!