I had been doing some research on the Ford Expedition because we needed a large SUV to more efficiently pull our camper. The Expedition turned out to be the best option and after searching online, came across one at this dealership for a more than fair price. My family and I stopped in a few days later after finishing some errands early. We met with Tim Werking who showed us the vehicle we were interested in a let us take it for a test drive. Mr. Werking was friendly, helpful, informative, and took us on an extended test drive so both my wife and I would have a chance to drive. In my opinion, he went above and beyond for a customer that was not going to buy that day since we did not have our trade-in vehicle with us. I made an appointment for the next day to show Mr. Werking our trade-in vehicle. After doing more reaserrh that night, we decided the price was more than fair and we shouldn't wait to buy. The next day, I returned to the dealership, this time with my young son (childcare issues). I was hoping to meet with Mr. Werking right at my appointment time and move through the vehicle purchase quickly (since he was already familiar with what was going on), because it's difficult to keep a five year-old entertained for long. Unfortunately, Mr. Werking was already helping two (2) other customers and I was made to wait for over 35 minutes with no help. At this point, I was frustrated, and the price, which may have been good, was not worth me sitting there. As I was getting ready to leave, the sales general manager (Bryan Smith, I believe) stopped me, calmed me down, and immediately got another salesperson (Nick Rauch) to help me. Mr. Rauch worked diligently to appraise and get a fair value for my trade and then worked to get me all the rebates and financing I qualified for. In the end, I was happy with both the purchase price and trade value. Since the process had taken longer than I expected, the dealership, and especially Mr. Smith, went above and beyond by giving me a loaner car while my paperwork was being prepared, and paid for both mine and my son's lunch. This is true customer service and I was extremely impressed. They did not have to do this, but did, to make up for my wait and to ensure I was satisfied with my car buying experience. Mr. Werking was more than apologetic for the wait and confusion. Mr. Rauch and Mr. Smith were extremely accommodating and helpful. I will definitely recommend this dealership, not only for the prices offered, but for more importantly going out of their way to ensure I was happy and satisfied with the whole process.
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