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Bill Grant Ford Mercury
306 South Springfield Avenue
Bolivar, MO 65613
(888) 864-9802
Bill Grant Ford Mercury Reviews

Bud Shell Ford Inc.
613 N State Route 25
Dexter, MO 63841
(888) 855-4790
Bud Shell Ford Inc. Reviews

California Ford Mercury
108 Buchanan St.
California, MO 65018
(800) 458-2519
California Ford Mercury Reviews

Campbell Ford Mercury Inc
400 North 20th St.
Ozark, MO 65721
(417) 581-2356
Campbell Ford Mercury Inc Reviews

Carthage Ford Mercury
2920 S. Grand St
Carthage, MO 64836
(800) 573-1068
Carthage Ford Mercury Reviews

Chillicothe Ford Lincoln Mercury
521 South Washington St.
Chillicothe, MO 64601
(800) 264-8120
Chillicothe Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Chuck Anderson Ford Inc.
1910 West Jesse James Road
Excelsior Springs, MO 64024
(888) 865-2577
Chuck Anderson Ford Inc. Reviews

Denny Ford Lincoln Mercury
625 West 7th St.
Rolla, MO 65401
(800) 325-1211
Denny Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Elmer Hare Ford Sales Inc.
966 West North St.
Marshall, MO 65340
(660) 886-7462
Elmer Hare Ford Sales Inc. Reviews

Ford Groves
1501 N Kingshighway
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
(888) 872-5524
Ford Groves Reviews

Gregg Smith Ford Lincoln Mercury
1316 Price Lane
Clinton, MO 64735
(800) 859-7789
Gregg Smith Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Gregg Smith Ford Lincon Mercury
1316 Price Lane
Clinton, MO 64735
(660) 885-5505
Gregg Smith Ford Lincon Mercury Reviews

Hendren's Neosho Ford Mercury
222 S Highway 71
Neosho, MO 64850
(866) 502-0337
Hendren's Neosho Ford Mercury Reviews

Hermann Ford Mercury Inc.
614 Market St.
Hermann, MO 65041
(573) 486-3113
Hermann Ford Mercury Inc. Reviews

Kassen Earickson Inc.
Hwy. 24 East & Bolen
Carrollton, MO 64633
(888) 542-3541
Kassen Earickson Inc. Reviews

Lakeway Ford Mercury
1115 U.S. 54 Business
Eldon, MO 65026
(800) 264-6403
Lakeway Ford Mercury Reviews

Maples Ford Mercury Inc.
900 E. Main St.
Warsaw, MO 65355
(660) 438-7324
Maples Ford Mercury Inc. Reviews

Morlan-Shell Ford Inc.
1824 Porter Wagoner Blvd.
West Plains, MO 65775
(888) 872-5520
Morlan-Shell Ford Inc. Reviews

North Country Ford Mercury Inc.
1119 East Bryan Road
Cameron, MO 64429
(816) 632-3673
North Country Ford Mercury Inc. Reviews

North West Ford Lincoln Mercury
2017 South Main St.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2464
North West Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Ozark Ford Lincoln Mercury
268 N State Highway 5
Camdenton, MO 65020
(573) 346-5551
Ozark Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Pettijohn Auto Center
Highway 69 South
Bethany, MO 64424
(800) 253-2568
Pettijohn Auto Center Reviews

Price-Gnade Ford Mercury
255 John Deere Drive
Moscow Mills, MO 63362
(636) 356-9000
Price-Gnade Ford Mercury Reviews

Republic Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc.
1740 U.S. Hwy. 60
Republic, MO 65738
(417) 732-2626
Republic Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc. Reviews

Rick Ball Ford Mercury, Inc.
1545 West Ashley Road
Boonville, MO 65233
(888) 611-2724
Rick Ball Ford Mercury, Inc. Reviews

Sam Scism Ford Lincoln Mercury
5019 Highway 67 South
Park Hills, MO 63601
(800) 698-3177
Sam Scism Ford Lincoln Mercury Reviews

Sikeston Motors
1030 South Main Street
Sikeston, MO 63801
(888) 595-7097
Sikeston Motors Reviews

Storch Ford Mercury Inc.
1110 S Business Hwy 61
Bowling Green, MO 63334
(573) 324-5130
Storch Ford Mercury Inc. Reviews

Swafford's Ford Sales, Inc.
223 South Thornton St.
Richmond, MO 64085
(816) 776-2288
Swafford's Ford Sales, Inc. Reviews

Walton Motors Inc.
205 East Pawnee St.
Savannah, MO 64485
(816) 324-3141
Walton Motors Inc. Reviews

West Brothers Ford, Inc.
47 N Service Road W
Sullivan, MO 63080
(888) 869-6705
West Brothers Ford, Inc. Reviews


Latest Missouri Mercury Dealer Reviews

Ford Groves - Cape Girardeau, MO

On 8/15/2015 9:15:54 PM moabjeepgirl@gmail.com wrote:
Apparently the customer is always wrong!Took my non-Ford vehicle in as a last resort for a last minute state inspection. No one even acknowledged me for quite some time. After leaving my highly modified vehicle in the care of the people in the shop area I stuck around behind the railing to watch. First unprofessional ordeal was 1 of the women who was supposed to be working there decided to talk to a man on the other side of my vehicle. So she lazily leans on the passenger door & starts hanging & tugging on it! I yelled to her to get off my vehicle (doors aren't made to swing from) but she was too busy flirting to hear me. So then this older inspector guy gets in my vehicle & drives it around their building. He nearly collided head on with a small red car that was pulling out of the service area! He finally gets my vehicle where he wants it then begins "inspections." He went all over it with a flashlight. Then slams my hood down. Upon checking my windshield wipers, he turned them on full blast for quite some time. My windshield was dry & had some bug remains on it, so you can imagine what happened next. To make a long complain short, they wouldn't pass my vehicle because there was now a small tear on the bottom of the passenger side wiper blade. I argued that it was not damaged before but the rude chick that notified me of the "fail" disagreed-even though she was not present during my inspection. She gets her Customer Service "manager" who was extremely rude & could not listen to reason. He said that their guy did not damage my windshield wiper because he is a "state inspector." I asked him if he watched the guy inspect my vehicle & after many words & attempts to answer my question, he admitted to not being present during the inspection. I was & I saw what happened. I felt insulted & accused of being a liar. Another noticeable instance was when the CS manager came up to argue with us about my vehicle, he automatically walks up to my husband & asks if this is his vehicle - like a female would not own what I drive! News flash...it is mine & my husband has never driven it! You'd be amazed what I've skillfully taken this vehicle through-very extreme & technical obstacles that most people in this area will never know exist! This was clearly a sexist abuse of "power" that went too far. Immediately after mentioning the torn blade the inspector said "ill price 1 for you" then ran off. Very obvious. If I had caused damage to someone's vehicle I wouldn't try to make them pay for it. It's immature & dishonest! In the end I ran down to Advanced Auto & picked up a cheap blade to get past these people so they would pass inspection. You should've heard what the guys in there had to say about the situation!...But that's another story. ;) Bottom line-go somewhere-anywhere else! Rude & dishonest! O yeah...this inspection ordeal took an hour and 20 minutes! This same place cracked a lug bolt cover on my husband's truck during a service & charged us for the part! Consistency huh?

Pettijohn Auto Center - Bethany, MO

On 8/10/2015 4:15:12 PM frosty7772000@yahoo.com wrote:
I bought a RHD jeep from Pettyjohn's in late Jan. '15...to use as my primary work vehicle....
I'm a RCA for the USPS which means that I work mostly 1 day a week, vacations, sick time and
more over the holidays, for a regular carrier. I wanted a vehicle that would last me for the next 6 years, without nickel and diming me to death like my 20 year old Cherokee backup vehicle.
These folks implied I this vehicle would do that job for me.
2 weeks after I got it home...the engine light came on...I didn't have any problems with it....so figured it was the normal "idiot" light. Then I started having overheating...my mechanic reset everything...told me that dio. said transmission.? Second time it happened...it blew out the radiator...and my mechanic dug more into it...again it's pointing to transmission. The first reset lasted 3 weeks(one run a week), second lasted 2 weeks, this reset lasted a day...and the mechanic tells me no doubt the tranny needs to be replaced/rebuilt.
I called Pettyjohn today... The last words that was said to me by the owner when we left with the vehicle was..."if you have any problems with it, let us know, and we'll try to help." well those words mean NOTHING! They obviously knew there were problems with the vehicle....and me only using it once a week ment that it would take longer for me to find out...and now they say I've had it to long
for them to feel any responsibility to honor those words.
Shame on me for trusting a dealer! Won't happen again...and I will be telling all those people who wanted to know where I got my vehicle what has happened since. Am thinking about getting a vinyl sticker made up to put above the "Pettyjohn" dealer sticker...that says...."SELLS CRAP!"
I'll bet I can get ahold of the Carrier who previously owned this vehicle and find out if the dealer knew this vehicle had a tranny problem...before they put on their contract that there were no "known" problems.