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Joe Myers Ford

16634 Northwest FreewayHouston, TX 77040
1-866-269-80521-866-269-8052
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  • Factory Authorized Service Center
  • Body Shop
  • Loaner Cars
  • Rental Cars
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  • Courtesy Shuttle
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  • Business Center
  • Internet Access
  • Handicapped Accessible
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  • Children's Play Area
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Why You Should Buy a New Car From Us

Joe Myers Ford is the #1 Ford truck dealer in Houston. Over 40 years strong, serving Houston and surrounding area consumers with the best Ford and Lincoln selection at th ... Read more
Joe Myers Ford is the #1 Ford truck dealer in Houston. Over 40 years strong, serving Houston and surrounding area consumers with the best Ford and Lincoln selection at the most competitive prices. We are the only ROUSH MUSTANG specialist in Houston, and we carry a huge selection of F150, Lifted Trucks, Heavy Duty Ford F250 and F350 trucks, Focus, Fusion, Fiesta and HYBRID vehicles....see the 41mpg Fusion here.

Why You Should Buy a Used Car From Us

At Joe Myers Ford-Lincoln we take great pride in rigorously inspecting each used car and bringing them current with all of their manufacturers scheduled maintenance. We a ... Read more
At Joe Myers Ford-Lincoln we take great pride in rigorously inspecting each used car and bringing them current with all of their manufacturers scheduled maintenance. We also take pride in having the cleanest pre-owned cars in Houston, as a matter of fact, almost all of our vehicles come with new tires. We invite you to come check them out yourself and discover the Joe Myers Ford-Lincoln difference, where our salesmen aren't paid on commission but rather on whether you are satisfied customer.

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Sales tax, title, license fee, registration fee, dealer documentary fee, finance charges, emission testing fees, compliance fees and dealer adds are in addition to the ad ... Read more
Sales tax, title, license fee, registration fee, dealer documentary fee, finance charges, emission testing fees, compliance fees and dealer adds are in addition to the advertised price. Some vehicles may have incentives used for financing with Ford or with a qualifying trade-in. For exact details always call or see Joe Myers Ford.
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Dealer Ratings

24-Month Overall Rating
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  • 4.8
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  • 4.8
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  • 4.7
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  • 4.6
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Mgrcrx232/21/2015 09:23:21 AM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Roberto de la Cruz
Purchase new 2014 Flex Limited. We love the vehicle very much especially the wife. Complete smooth transaction from sales to finance. Would purchase another vehicle if something they off is needed. Thank you guys.
BLuthye2/12/2015 12:22:16 AM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Michelle Shepard,Nick Javurek
Nick Javurek did a great job from start to finish. was patient as we worked our way thru our decisions and showed up nearly every truck on the lot.
LHB1/27/2015 06:40:27 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Chad Jolly
Haven't used their service department yet but we are very impressed with the sales and delivery services. The folks we worked with were very friendly, helpful and efficient. I have purchased many cars over the last 54 years and this has been the most pleasant of them all.
tonyanna1/25/2015 02:59:19 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Alex Morales
Sales staff was very helpful. Alex Morales went out of his way to make sure we got the vehicle that we wanted(Ruby Red).He was very honest .Alex and Ryan Martinez made sure we made the best deal possible on the Escape that we purchased. Finance treated us good also ,didn't try to sell us things that we didn't want. Overall experience was great PS. Need to bring back the Ranger truck
car1/19/2015 12:50:17 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:No
Who Helped Me:Phyllis Baird, Alex Morales
Saw a truck advertised on the Joe Myers website for "$39,876 Price for everyone" Went to Joe Myers Ford to see the truck and was quoted $40,378. When I asked why the price was different they referred to the obscure "fine print" at the very bottom of the webpage that the price may not be correct. So, it was yet another cheesy bait-and-switch car sales tactic. (VERY bad) I had the salesman run my credit for Ford Motor credit to get qualified for $2500 in rebates. The salesman, Alex Morales, brought me a printout of the offer with 48/60/72 financing options. When I told him I needed to think about the deal, he refused to let me take the printed offers. When I asked why I was told it was 'policy', but I could take a picture of them with my cell phone...which I did. So I asked to see the manager. The internet sales manager, Michelle Shepard, also told me that it was policy to not let the customer have the sales offer printout. After some discussion and her attempts to try and keep me at the dealership to strong arm a decision out of me, she agreed to let me have a copy. (overall shady and bad business practice) I left the store and went to my office to review the offer and do some math. I sent an email making a offer on the truck and got a call from Ryan Martinez and we settled on a sales price and he followed up with a email confirming our conversation and deal we reached. (good) He did try and pressure me to put a $500 deposit on the truck to hold it, which I declined (very annoying take-away close tactic) I secured a $15k cashiers check and had a employee drop me and my son off at the dealership. I met Alex M again and started the purchase paperwork. He then introduced me to Phyllis Baird in Finance. Phillip was very pleasant to visit with while we completed the finances. she presented me with the loan documents and I notice the agreed 60 mo 4.9% rate was now changed to 4.99% . When I question why the rate was higher she told me the computer systems did that. I told her we had a deal at 4.9% and asked her to change the documents back the original agreement. She agreed but had to do redo the docs manually. I'm fairly certain Phyllis was trying to intentionally change the deal. If I hadn't caught this mistake I would have paid more that agreed. (good that she was happy to correct - bad that this happened cause it seemed like a sneaky thing to do considering my experience with the sales offer quote documents) Phyllis took me down to new car delivery, the young man was very pleasant showing me all the documents and service manuals. (good) The 'new car delivery guy' was nowhere to be found so Alex stepped in and gave me and my son a demonstration on the trucks features. there were some things he did not know, like whether or not the two keys were number 1 & 2 and if each key was designed to remember seat positions..... he did well considering it's not his job (good try) When driving home (at 7:30 (dark) we noticed the radio wouldn't san stations and had lots of static. the next morning (in the daylight) I noticed the truck had no radio antenna. So I sent an email to Alex, Michelle and Ryan asking for someone to call. I eventually got tired of waiting for a email response, so I called Alex and told him the antennae was missing. He apologized and drove one out to my office an hour later (very good) Overall, I would say I spent the majority of my time at the dealership in a very guarded mood. I did not trust anyone and felt I needed to be cautious and make sure I wasn't being taken advantage of. My coaching - 1st - never advertise a product or service price that you won't honor. The website presentation of pricing should be transparent, straight forward and current... not in the fine print... It's way too easy to keep the internet inventory pricing correct and avoid the bait and switch perceptions that give car dealers a bad reputation. 2nd - If you make a customer a offer, let them have the paperwork to review. Give the customer the flexibility to review the offer in a non-pressured environment. 3rd - when you agree on a deal, don't change it. being presented financial papers that doesn't reflect the agreed deal is a poor business practice. 4th - make sure the delivery of the vehicle is the best experience possible..... A missing antenna is a dumb thing to miss....
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