Dealer Information

Dams Ford Lincoln Sales Ltd.

19330 Langley Bi pass
Buyer Reviews: 4
Langley, British Columbia
Average Discount: $8,000
Rated 9 out of 10

New Edge PricesYear
Buyer
Reviews
Dealer
Discount
2009
1
$6,000
 
    
    
    
  
Erik from Abbotsford, BC reported on Friday, July 24, 2009, buying a 2009 Ford Edge, and saving $6,000 off of MSRP.
I would recommend the Edge to anyone. It is roomy and very smooth. We chose Dam's Ford because they had the exact model with the exact options that we wanted. They did treat us well, but there was a few miscues, such as us not getting the maintenance manual. But overall we were treated fairly. The Price Report did come in handy in choosing the best vehicle that fit in to our budget. With the Edge though, when we bought, Ford had the Employee Pricing, so it was actually cheaper than wholesale, and it was very transparent. We did negotiate a little more off and we were satisfied. I would recommend to anyone looking for a new vehicle to use Car Cost Canada, it's money well spent.
 
New F-150 PricesYear
Buyer
Reviews
Dealer
Discount
2009
1
$10,000
 
    
    
    
  
John from Surrey, BC reported on Friday, March 27, 2009, buying a 2009 Ford F-150, and saving $10,000 off of MSRP.
I mentioned car cost & received any vehicle at $1000.00 over invoice or less than 2% also received all applicable credits; no questions asked.
 
New MKX PricesYear
Buyer
Reviews
Dealer
Discount
2011
1
$8,000
 
    
    
    
  
Philip from Surrey, BC reported on Friday, September 17, 2010, buying a 2011 Lincoln MKX, and saving $8,000 off of MSRP.
 
New Mustang PricesYear
Buyer
Reviews
Dealer
Discount
2012
1
$8,000
 
    
    
    
  
Sam from Surrey, BC reported on Monday, June 13, 2011, buying a 2012 Ford Mustang, and saving $8,000 off of MSRP.
Used the wholesale price from Car Cost Canada and marked up reasonable offer of 3%. Also, deducted a 2% holdback fee from the wholesale price as well which Car Cost Canada points out was not part of the pricing it provides. Based on this information, prepared a "worksheet" offer outlining MSRP and wholesale cost of the car and all options, deducting a 2% holdback fee to the total invoice price, then adding the 3% reasonable profit. Some dealers rejected, but some accepted. I chose the dealer who was most interested in doing business with me, and who was most flexible. Dams Ford Lincoln in Surrey, BC, was the most accommodating. Once the pricing is provided by Car Cost, the rest was putting all the numbers into a worksheet offer showing dealers how I came up with my offer so there's no dealing back and forth. One or two dealers accepted the offer due to it being reasonable and surely a very quick sale. Car Cost pricing made it a no hassle offer, with little rubber-band negotiations and showed dealers I was serious about purchasing immediately, and that I've done my homework. The money spent on Car Cost was well worth the $7200 I saved overall from MSRP including factory and costco incentives.
 



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