Why don’t we list the prices of our vehicles on our website or Facebook? We often are asked that question. First, it’s not about wanting customers to call us and speak to a high pressure sales person, our finance specialists are the furthest thing from high pressure. More importantly, if we simply list the sales price, people might think the only thing they are buying is a vehicle rather than the entire KT complete vehicle package.

For example, we have a vehicle listed for $10,900 and another local dealer has a similar vehicle listed for $9,900. At first glance, it looks like the other dealer has the better deal.

· What if the other dealer did not include a warranty, but we included at 12 month / 12,000 mile power train warranty and you come to our in house service department for the warranty work, who really has the better deal?

· What if the other dealer only performed a quick oil change and washed the vehicle before going on the lot but our vehicle had invested money to KT CERTIFY it and make sure everything was fixed before the sale, who really has the better deal?

· What if the other dealer did not include oil changes and car washes, but we included it for the life of the loan, who really has the better deal?

· What if the other dealer required you to carry full coverage insurance but we offered a more affordable alternative to full coverage insurance, and offer included GAP protection with every purchase? Who really has the better deal?

With everything that we INCLUDE, it adds a considerable value to the vehicle and without having our finance specialists explain this to you and answer all of your questions when you call or stop in, you wouldn’t know without reading all the pages of our website, specifically the “FAQ” page.