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White Plains Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram - New and Used Car Dealer in New York. Welcome to White Plains Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram where complete customer satisfaction is our Number One priority. We are committed to earning your trust.
East Hills, a Long Island Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Dealer has over 900 new and certified pre-owned vehicles in stock at very competitive prices. Our exclusive 3 day/100 mile exchange policy allows you to bring the vehicle back if you are not completely satisfied and exchange it for any vehicle in our inventory at the same price or greater.
LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick in Bronx is a family-owned dealership, we listen to our customers, and know what they want. We're LaSorsa, and we're your Chevy dealer in the Greater New York Metro Area.
Kapos Auto, Inc. - Ridgewood, Queens NY, 11385 Welcome to Kapos Auto Inc. Serving Ridgewood Used Cars Lot Here at Kapos Auto Inc. we believe that informed buyers make good customers.
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City World Ford in Bronx, NY treats the needs of each individual customer with paramount concern. We know that you have high expectations, and as a car dealer we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time.
Avg. Dealer Rating: (22 reviews) "They were prompt and did contact me. However, when I went to the dealer, they did not have the car or any others that were similarly priced as they advertised. They did however offer me one with more options that was about three thousand more than the ones advertised.
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