Dealership Service Drive and You

January 26th, 2018 by

You buy your new or used car from a dealership. Yet does it make sense to go to your dealership Service drive for repairs? After all, there are all kinds of private repair shops and national chains to choose from. Let’s take a look at the benefits of seeing your dealership for your service work!

-Your dealership Service relationship-

When you come to a dealership to buy a car there are benefits. From Sales, Parts and the Collision Center to the Service staff every department is at your demand. They know your vehicle inside out as we have inspected it, cleaned it and driven it before you owned it. So, if you have any questions or concerns, the Service and Sales staff can help you right away. A good Service department will cultivate and build strong relationships with all of their clients. At Zimmer CDJR we do just that. With nearly 90 years of being in our community, under the same ownership, we know the value of being a good neighbor.

-Expert training yields expert service-

A dealership Service department should have an educated and well-rounded staff. Turnover, while inevitable, should be at a minimum for a multitude of reasons. Here at Zimmer CDJR not only do we have quality techs but a staff foreman/lead tech with over 30 years of experience.  And many on our Service and Parts staffs have been with us for many years. Our clients know us and we know them. They trust us to do the work required both professionally and with a smile. And, with a dealership, don’t overlook the value of manufacturer coupons and discounts on your service needs!

-Respect and trust-

You love your vehicle. It’s what you chose when you bought it. We get it. We are car peeps too! And we respect that passion you have for your vehicle. A good dealership Service department values your trust in them to get the job done. From our ownership down to our detail team we do our best to earn your trust. Let us earn your business and form a long-lasting relationship in serving your car, truck or SUV.

Posted in Car Tips, Safety, Service