Legacy Ford Fernie gives back

Community is key for local dealership

There’s more to being a good neighbour than just being a great dealership.

“The customer experience is a very big deal to us, but that’s not enough,” according to the team at Legacy Ford in Fernie. “We’re reaching out to the community more than ever before, by beginning to host barbecue fundraisers during the summer. On the day of these fundraisers, if you test drive any vehicle, we’ll make a $20 donation to the local charity we’re supporting that month. Watch for these events on Facebook!”

New Facility, New Offers

Legacy Ford Fernie has introduced a new pricing model for all new vehicles. On any new vehicle purchase, pay only four per cent over cost or less, guaranteed. “It’s not a sale, it’s our commitment to fair pricing.” Additionally, they offer free tire storage – no purchase necessary! You can reserve your spot by completing the request form on their website.

Legacy Ford has invested in its future in Fernie, with its sparkling new facility at 6165 Brenners Rd. The showroom and the service and parts departments are set up to offer premium customer service. “We have top-of-the-line machinery, including a wheel alignment machine — not a lot of places have that… A customer’s time is valuable, so we do what we can to offer a one-stop shop.”

Their Master Technicians service all makes and models of vehicles.

All of this is possible because of the people of Fernie who shop locally.

“That’s a big part of what makes a community,” according to the general manager. “We love serving our neighbours, and our city gets added value when our local businesses can pitch in with community efforts.”

Legacy Ford has proudly supported the Fernie Food Bank, Fernie Mountain Bike Club, and through Ford Canada’s Drive 4 Ur Community program, has contributed to the Fernie Ghostrider’s hockey team.

Legacy’s new facility is staffed with many long-term employees who know Fernie well, and care about their customers. From the reception desk to the sales team, and the parts & service department, Legacy Ford Fernie wants you to enjoy the experience of purchasing and servicing your vehicle. “Let your legacy start here.”

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