|By PR Newswire||
|March 19, 2014 02:13 PM EDT||
DAVENPORT, Iowa, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Although Quad Cities dealership Dahl Ford specializes in its namesake brand for new models, the locally-established dealership also strives to build and maintain a vast inventory of pre-owned options for their customers to choose from. In order to keep this selection stocked with a variety of choices for used car shoppers, Dahl Ford is calling for prospective buyers of both new and used automobiles to bring in their current vehicle as part of a trade-in deal.
During this promotion of their trade-in services, Dahl Ford is offering several incentives for customers to sell their current vehicle to the dealership, including a free trade-in value report from Kelley Blue Book. As part of an ongoing effort to encourage trade-ins, Dahl also offers consumers an estimated 120% of Kelley Blue Book value for their trade with certain restrictions and eligibility requirements.
Customers who are interested in purchasing a new vehicle, such as the 2014 Ford Taurus, Mustang, or Flex, will find the reduction in price as a result of their trade to be a welcome relief from the cost of buying a brand-new vehicle. These customers will be able to enjoy the luxuries of new-car ownership at a cost that's manageable to them, and used car shoppers will then benefit from a wider selection at Dahl Ford.
Consumers who are interested in participating in a trade-in with Dahl Ford in Davenport are encouraged to visit the dealership's comprehensive website where they'll be able to view current inventory, value their trade, and find further contact information. Shoppers are also welcome to call the Dahl Ford sales department directly at 800-888-0368.
Media Contact: Nichole Simms, Dahl Ford, 800-888-0368, [email protected]
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