Ford Motor Company in Jonesboro, AR with Reviews -
  • 1.Cavenaugh Ford Lincoln

    2000 E Highland Dr


    3.14 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

    Cavenaugh Ford Lincoln is an automobile dealer specializing in new and pre-owned cars, trucks and SUVs. The dealer s service department covers basic maintenance needs of vehicles and employs trained a

  • 2.Wood Ford Sales Inc

    325 Highway 463 N


    13.68 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
  • 3.Central Ford

    325 Highway 463 N


    12.99 mi

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By: Sherry R.
Cavenaugh Kia
Came in for scheduled oil change on our kia sportage while waiting decided to look at the new 2017 sportage and matt introduced himself to us to show us the new vehicles on the lot was so insightful so we bought our 3rd Kia. William is the best of the best. Enjoy his personality each time we visit.
By: Evelyn l M.
Cavenaugh Kia
The last time I worked with a Cavenaugh establishment, it left a sour taste in my mouth. I actually came here today as a last resort, but I am so happy I came in. I am so excited about my new car, and I look forward to my new relationship with Cavenaugh. :-)
By: Leila G.
Cavenaugh Kia
The experience at cavanaugh was awesome. The salesman, michael hooks was awesome as well as william black! We had a fun, he is a pai in the butt but great help and a blast to work with. I would recommend anyone to come here!
By: facts1
Nettleton Auto Sales
I have bought three cars from Nettleton Auto Sales, It was a pleasurable buying experience, the customer service is great !!!! I will be going back for my next vehicle. I won't buy a car anywhere else.
By: Patti G.
Cavenaugh Kia
I looked online and got the best online service ever. Came in and everything was quick and well explained and got to drive off with a beautiful vehicle. Thank you Betty and Rooster!
By: Austin S.
Cavenaugh Kia
We were very pleased with our experience. This was the most friendly dealership we have ever dealt with. I would highly recommend them for your next vehicle purchase.
By: Haley P.
Cavenaugh Kia
Other dealerships wouldn't work with us, especially memphis. So we came to jonesboro and they worked so well, including paying our ford explorer completely off!
By: Remona B.
Cavenaugh Kia
I did not come to buy a car. But was offered a great deal. Thanks to michael hooks, william and Mr Harry. I love my new sportage!
By: Susan F.
Cavenaugh Kia
Chad and william were excellent we hab a great experiance. Now if they can take my silly cough away that would great!
By: Mary B.
Cavenaugh Kia
My experience with the salesman and financer was very pleeasant and informative they are very helpful in every way.
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