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For a lot of people, shopping for a vehicle can feel overwhelming, which is often due to not having someone there to help you throughout the process. That is why it is just as important to choose the right dealership as it is to pick the right vehicle with everything you need. While you can type “used car dealership in Lexington” into your preferred search engine and hope the top result is a good one, we suggest taking another approach: choose the right dealer that puts your needs first. Here at Dan Cummins of Georgetown, we pride ourselves on providing you with the highest level of customer service and a fantastic selection of new and used vehicles.
Our approach is simple: put your needs first. This is the guiding principle behind everything we do, whether it is in choosing the used models we offer, working closely with you while you shop for a vehicle, or providing you with long-term support through our service center and parts department. Every decision we make is based on what we can do to make sure your needs come first, which makes it easy for us to help you find the right model and see you drive away completely happy. Come visit us at Dan Cummins of Georgetown today to find out more, and let us show you a better way to shop for your next vehicle.
You might be wondering why you should make the trip from Lexington to us at Dan Cummins of Georgetown, which is a very reasonable thing to consider. Our first answer would be a simple one: we offer a level of customer service that focuses on your needs, which you simply will not find somewhere else. There are other car dealerships out there that are fine, they have good vehicles and other services, but we push ourselves to be better.
That starts with a sales team full of people who are here to put your needs first and work for you. In other words, you are never going to be pressured into buying a vehicle that is not right for you or feel like you are being sold a model that someone else wants to get rid of – things we often hear from our customers coming from other dealerships. Since your needs come first, we are going to listen to you, answer your questions, and work closely with you to figure out which model will best meet your needs.
When you are shopping for a great used vehicle, a large inventory can feel overwhelming, or it can be difficult to decide on exactly which features you most need. That is why having a knowledgeable and skilled salesperson, like our team members, work directly with you makes car shopping so much easier. By focusing on your needs, we can make sure you find exactly the right vehicle and drive away completely happy with what you have.
Helping you find the right vehicle requires not only a knowledgeable and helpful salesperson but also a large inventory for you to choose from. It does not make much sense, after all, for us to help you figure out what you need, only for us to not actually have something that will work for you. That is why we maintain a terrific selection of many hundreds of different used models for you to choose from every single day.
Your time is valuable, which is precisely why it is well worth your time to make the trip to us here at Dan Cummins of Georgetown and see this impressive selection for yourself. Our website also makes it easy for you to get started right now, from the comfort of your own home, by looking over our inventory of pre-owned models. Whether you want help getting started or prefer to do a lot of the shopping on your own, our inventory is easy to look over and get a great feel for quickly.
We even have a carefully chosen selection of Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicles available, which you will not find at every other dealership. These are Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram models that must be within the last five model years, have fewer than 75,000 miles on them, and must pass an extensive 125-point inspection for certification. You even get a 7-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty and a 3-month/3,000-mile maximum care vehicle warranty on all CPO models here at Dan Cummins of Georgetown.
One of the things that is sure to amaze you when you visit Dan Cummins of Georgetown is the wide variety of makes and models we feature at our dealership. Here are just some of the great used car brands you are going to find for sale.
Everyone knows Jeep, but did you know this brand got its start in 1940 under the name Willys Overland? The first vehicle it produced was for the US Army to provide an infantry support vehicle. That first vehicle was just called the Quad GP for “general purposes” but acquired the nickname Jeep from soldiers, and the name stuck. Today, Jeep is synonymous with rugged dependability, having the same “go anywhere, do anything” attitude that created a four-wheel drive vehicle that helped America win the war. If you are looking for a driving adventure, then you have to think of Jeep.
One of the newer brands on the market, Ram was a spinoff of the brand Dodge Ram. Up until 2009, Ram had been the name given by Dodge to its truck models. That all changed when Ram became its own brand with a focus solely on some of the toughest and most capable pickup trucks on the road today. The ability to focus solely on trucks has allowed Ram to move to the forefront of this vehicle class, introducing many innovative features and staying on the cutting edge of truck technology.
At the other end of the spectrum is Ford, which was started by Henry Ford in 1903 after he used the winnings from a road race to found his own automobile company. Ford hit its stride with the introduction of the Model T, which went on to become one of the most successful cars in automotive history. The company also added one of the first pickup truck models, which remains an area of focus for Ford. As one of the Big Three automakers, Ford provides an extensive lineup of cars, trucks, and SUVs and has begun to focus on a greener, cleaner future with offerings of electric vehicles and hybrids.
Chevrolet was founded in 1911 by William Durant and Louis Chevrolet, the man who would lend his name to the brand. Durant was a prime example of a man who won by losing. He had been running General Motors but lost a boardroom battle after GM’s bid to acquire rival Ford fell through. Louis Chevrolet was a retired racecar driver whom Durant backed to build some of the fastest cars at the time. Durant used his connections to build Chevrolet up to the point where he bought out Louis and then took over General Motors, literally buying his old job back. The Chevrolet of today is the biggest brand under GM and has become famous for one of the most diverse and comprehensive lineups of sedans, trucks, sports cars, and SUVs on the market, all known for their affordability and dependability. If you are looking for a used vehicle model type, there is a good chance that one of the models you are looking at is a Chevy.
The destinies of Chrysler and Dodge have been entwined for almost 100 years, but these two brands actually started out as separate automakers. Chrysler was founded in 1925, about a decade after the Dodge Brothers produced their first car. Unfortunately for the Dodge Brothers, they became victims of the Flu Pandemic of 1919, and their widows decided to sell the business to Chrysler. After that, there was no looking back. While Chrysler focused on luxury family cars, Dodge became known for great muscle cars like the Charger and Challenger.
However, the two companies suffered through an era of mismanagement from corporate ownership at American Motors Company and Renault, only to be saved from extinction by the deft stewardship of automotive legend Lee Iacocca. His focus on vehicles the American public actually wanted to drive saved Dodge and Chrysler. Today, the two companies are prominent members of the Stellantis conglomerate of brands, which also include Jeep and Ram.
Japanese automotive giant Toyota is one of the most successful companies in industry history. Starting out in the mid-30s, the company really took off in 1957 following the decision to establish a headquarters in the United States. The sporty and economical Toyota cars took the American market by storm, seeing sales skyrocket after the Oil Embargo of 1973 when America became more conscientious about things like fuel economy. Toyota built on this success to actually begin building plants in the United States. Today, Toyota operates over 14 different plants in North America. This company would eventually launch two other brands, the luxury Lexus line and the funky Scion brand.
Japan’s other big automaker is Honda. The Honda Motor Company actually started out building motorcycles, with its first model released in 1948. These light and small motorcycles were a big change from the hogs being produced by brands like Harley-Davidson and Indian. However, their small size hid the fact that they were also surprisingly powerful, with Honda installing very efficient engines. Honda saw an opportunity and set up an American headquarters in 1959, but the leaders at Honda didn’t want to just remain a motorcycle company, so in 1969, they used the technological know-how from their motorcycle business to build and sell a car in the United States. Soon, company sales and emphasis shifted from motorcycles to cars. Honda proved successful at building cars with small but powerful and fuel-efficient engines. Today, Honda continues to be known for building vehicles with excellent fuel economy, efficient use of interior space, and exceptional dependability.
The last decade has seen a real evolution of the American automobile market, with a shift in popularity from sedans and coupes to pickup trucks and SUVs. In fact, the three best-selling models are all trucks. Not surprisingly, they are built by the big three automakers, Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. Here are some of the 10 best-selling models you should check out used at our dealership.
1. Ford F-150 – “Built Ford Tough” is the slogan and the F-150, Ford’s full-size truck model, surely fits this bill.
2. Chevy Silverado 1500 – following close behind the F-150 is the Silverado 1500. There may be more trims, special additions, engine options, and configurations available on the Silverado 1500 than any other full-size truck model.
3. Ram 1500 – brand loyalty is probably the only thing holding the Ram 1500 back from moving up to the top of the list. Ram has benefited by having a company focused solely on building trucks and not other vehicle types.
4. Toyota RAV4 – one of the first successful crossovers, the RAV4 mixes rugged looks with exceptional performance to provide a real winner.
5. Honda CR-V – this crossover features Honda’s expertise at maximizing interior space on smaller vehicles. You will be amazed at the roominess of the CR-V’s backseat as well as the amount of trunk space.
6. Toyota Camry – the only midsize sedan to make our list of best sellers. The Camry has remained a popular sedan even while other automakers have begun to scale back or even cease production of this model type. This is because few other sedans offer the Camry’s great mix of performance with luxury features in a very affordable model.
7. Chevy Equinox – another excellent crossover, the Equinox provides drivers with all the benefits of a small SUV, such as a roomy interior, plenty of cargo space, a sporty design, and excellent fuel economy.
8. Honda Civic – the only other sedan on this list of best sellers. Honda once again demonstrates its expertise at building small cars with powerful, efficient engines. The Civic comes in three different vehicle types – a compact four-door sedan, a hatchback with plenty of trunk space, and a sports performance hatchback for people who love to drive fast.
9. Jeep Wrangler – one other trend we’ve seen in recent years is an embracing of vehicles for adventure. While other brands are putting out 4x4 standard off-road models, there is still nothing like driving the original. The Wrangler comes in a two-door model and a four-door Unlimited model. There is nothing quite like riding around outdoors with the doors off your Wrangler.
10. The Ford Explorer – this midsize SUV provides plenty of room for up to 7 passengers. The Explorer combines a classic rugged exterior with a surprisingly refined interior.
At a lot of other dealerships, once you drive away in your vehicle, they consider their time with you over. Here at Dan Cummins of Georgetown, however, we see this as just the beginning, and we focus on building a long-lasting and productive relationship with all of our customers. We want to see you drive off happy in your new vehicle, but we also want to know that you will continue to enjoy it for many years to come.
Here at our certified service center, we are fully equipped to meet your needs and ensure you can keep getting the most out of your vehicle for a long time. Our service center is open six days a week, with Saturday hours to meet just about any schedule, and certified technicians who specialize in working on your vehicle. We have free Wi-Fi while you wait and offer shuttle service if needed to make sure you can get here or get home easily and quickly. Whether you need routine scheduled maintenance or have more significant service needs, we are ready to help you and make sure you get back on the road as soon as possible.
Plus, with our factory parts department, it is easy for us to keep a wide range of common parts on-hand to get your work done even faster. If we do not have it already, then we will order it and get it as quickly as possible so we can get to work right away. We can even help you with ordering parts for your vehicle if you prefer to work on it yourself. No matter what you are looking for in terms of service, parts, and long-term assistance, we are here to help and make sure you keep enjoying your vehicle for many years ahead.