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Majestic Limo & Coach and Stivers Ford Lincoln have long been partners. We are downright proud to supply the great vehicles that Scott and Melissa use for their great customers. They just added a 2015 Lincoln MKS and a 2015 Ford Transit to their fleet. Congratulations!
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Ross and Jeanne Hillsman of West Des Moines look downright proud with this 2012 Ford Fusion they just bought from Gary Paulson. It's one of several vehicles that the Hillmans have purchased at Stivers Ford Lincoln over the years, this one for their teenage daughter. Thanks for shopping with us!
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Human trafficking is the second-fastest growing criminal enterprise in America. One area group wants to change that. Teens Against Human Trafficking is having a very important fundraiser this Thursday, and Stivers Ford Lincoln is downright proud to help get the word out. Learn more by watching their segment from Tuesday's Great Day on KCWI Channel 23! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAHZWDBZs0Q&feature=youtu.be
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AFS Intercultural Programs USA is a great organization that arranges for foreign students to study in the US, and vice versa. Stivers Ford Lincoln is downright proud to help them spread the word on all they do! Check out their segment from Monday's Great Day on KCWI Channel 23! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpVYOmVgFac
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Our certified technicians are giving the HY-VEE Health Van a thorough checkup today at Stivers Ford Lincoln. We're keeping it healthy, so they can keep you healthy!
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Stivers Ford Lincoln technician Aaron works up a sweat so City of West Des Moines employees can stay cool behind the wheel as he replaces the A/C evaporator core on this F-150.
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That's Stivers Ford Lincoln's Arlynd Edgington in blue, and Peter Wall in red, delivering new ISU BB coach Steve Prohm his brand new 2015 Ford Expedition Platinum. Welcome to Iowa and to the Big 12! http://ow.ly/i/c5iS8
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A #TBT salute today to Chicago dentist Dr. Ernst Pfenning. On July 23, 1903 Dr. Pfenning bought the very first Ford, a twin-cylinder Model A! Since then, Ford Motor Company has sold over 350 million vehicles worldwide! We're not sure, but we think this could be the Pfenning Pfamily out having some Pfun!
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How is this for a #TBT? This beautiful 1986 Mercury Grand Marquis LS has only 30,000 miles and the "latest in smartphone technology". The owner brought it into Stivers Ford Lincoln for some air conditioning repair. http://ow.ly/i/bR3Wa
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Stivers Ford Lincoln has been supplying law enforcement agencies throughout Iowa with Ford interceptors for over 8 years. We are downright proud to be preparing this new fleet of 2016 Ford utility police interceptors for delivery so they can begin the job of protecting our fellow Iowans soon! http://ow.ly/i/bN8rD http://ow.ly/i/bN8sa http://ow.ly/i/bN8sC http://ow.ly/i/bN8ta
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Stivers Ford Lincoln is downright proud to be a partner with MS Moments for their 5th annual Bags and Bands! This fun event for all ages will raise money for Central Iowa families affected by MS. All the fun takes place on Saturday in Grimes. Thank you in advance for your support, and get all the details at their Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/837859886290693/
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Congratulations to Eric and Diane, who just bought their first truck from Stivers Ford Lincoln! Gary Paulson helped them find this nice 2010 F-150. Thanks for shopping with us!
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1450 Hickman Rd Waukee, IA 50263
1450 Hickman RoadUSIowaWaukee50263
(888) 624-0608stiversfordia.com
Car Dealer, Used Car Dealer
Car Dealer
Used Car Dealer
Ford Dealer
Today 7:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 7:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 7:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 7:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 8:30 am – 6:00 pmSunday Closed
Iowa's #1 Ford Lincoln Dealership-New and Used. Our Service and Parts are open until Midnight Monday through Friday, and on Saturday. We are locally owned anfamily operated.
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"My new car is truly a gem and quite a deal!"
"He really takes the guess work out of buying a car."
"I would NOT recommend taking your car into the QuickLane for an oil change."
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Megan Hilpiore
a week ago
I had brought my car in there at 7:30 in the morning when it hit about 130 I called them to see what was wrong and how much longer would be they said that they have not even started on it or looked at it and so I waited even longer and around 5 o'clock they called me saying they couldn't find anything wrong with it so I told him to leave it there and I try it in the morning because the problem always happens in the morning. Then the next day I called them at 9:30 to see what's wrong with my car and how long it would take the guy told me that they had found the problem and that they're working on it but my mom had called them and I didn't know and they said that they haven't even started on it so without knowing I went there around 130 to see if my car was almost done when I got there they had told me that they found the problem but they haven't worked on it .but they tryed calling me to tell me what the problem was but I never got a phone call from them. So I waited to see if I can find a way to get a loaner car because I had told him earlier that morning I had to be to work at three in Ames. When I went back to talk to him it was a different guy and he told me that they don't even know what my problem was and don't know how I got an estimate and a time from the guy before then I talk to another person a few minutes later getting told that they knew what the problem was. so in the day I had many people tell me different things going on with my car different timeS, different prices, that they start working on it , that they didn't start on it. I don't know about you but I like to know what's going on with my car and not knowing kind of made me mad and so my car is still there I'm still waiting to figure out what's wrong with it and waiting for them to do something about it. I would not take my car to this place and I won't be taking my car here again. They need to start getting their story straight and then making sure everyone knows what is going on with the vehicles in the shop not just one because I still don't even know what has happened what they have done to my car I don't even know if they've looked at my car yet . Also I was talking to a ladie outside and she was having the same problem as me.
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Teresa Hollingsworth
4 months ago
Matt Lahr made everything very easy. He worked hard to get us the best deal he could. He was friendly and down to earth. And Melanie was great at showing us how the car worked. She even helped us sync up our phones. Over all a great experience!
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Thank you so much for your kind words, Teresa! We were so honored to take care of you! Enjoy your new Ford Focus!
Andy McDonald
9 months ago
I'm a second time buyer of a brand new Ford F150 from Stiver's. We're very happy with Stiver's and we'll be back again, I'm sure. I felt like we were treated fairly both times and believe me, I wouldn't have purchased the truck either time if I didn't feel that way. Their service department always handled us well too and that's important. Add on the fact that they are LOCALLY OWNED, that's a plus for me, I always try to support locally owned businesses. So, if you're thinking about buying a vehicle from Stiver's, try them out! And look up Melanie Miller, she was great to work with.
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Chris Rademacher
9 months ago
We stopped into the dealership a day after buying our 5th wheel in hopes to find a F-250 Platinum spec'd close enough to what we wanted. We were somewhat pressed for time, because we were leaving on Friday of the same week on a 2,500 mile trip with the camper and new truck. We met up with Troy Kline, he gave us keys to 3 of the closest trucks to what we were looking for, we drove them, then went to work on buying it. From start to finish, although it still takes a decent amount of time, we were in and out with the new truck in roughly 5 hours. Troy did a great job accommodating the aftermarket products we needed into the deal, and financing was pretty painless, as well. Overall, the process was simple and quick, and we felt like we received a fair deal. Troy did a great job, and we'd definitely recommend him and the dealership to others.
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Timothy Hines
in the last week
I brought my Lincoln in because some of the electronics stopped working. They had my car for six days. I was told on the phone it was a flat fee of $120 to find out what is wrong. In person they again told me it would be $120. After I left the car with them they called and said the wires were torn up, but that wasn't the problem and they needed $360 to find out the real issue. Nearly a week later they call and say the problem is the torn up wires and it will cost $825 to fix it. The breakdown of my receipt says $60 parts and $720 for labor. The guy said they just put new wires over the old ones. My ride control settings still do not work, but they said they couldn't fix it. I had assumed it would be fixed along with everything else, but now my car beeps loudly whenever I start it up and displays an error message. My car has dark spots on the leather seats now, black smudges on the cream plastic, a white crease on the black plastic and strange marks where some tool was used to pry off the plastic cover. Also there are four shallow cuts on my steering wheel that I can feel whenever I drive the car. They lied to me about the cost of finding out the problem. They lied to me and said the problem was not the torn up wires. They charged me far too much money for the work that was done (based on the price it cost my brother to have essentially the same issue resolved). They did not fix the entire issue as I still have an error message. *Update* After the events of my original review I came back in to ask for assistance in cleaning the leather seat that they had stained (I spent an hour trying to clean it myself) and to get a breakdown of labor hours since different people had told me different prices and hours. They sprayed and wiped the seat, which didn't do much to help and said someone would call me that day. The next morning around 7:50AM I received a call. They said that it had taken three hours to find the problem and three hours to fix it at $120 per hour. The ride control error was considered a separate issue, but they would take a look at it for free (previously they said they couldn't fix it). The earliest that they could look at it was in five days. That night I noticed three button lights were out on the center console. The next day my steering wheel suddenly became extremely difficult to turn and I nearly ran into oncoming traffic. The steering wheel resistance randomly changed two more times on my way home. This was a problem that I had told the dealership about in detail when I originally brought the car in. It was the exact problem that drew my attention to the fact that my windows, turn signals, speedometer, etc. had stopped working and the existence of numerous error messages on the screen. Since my car has an option to change steering resistance on the center console I had assumed it was connected to all the other electronics malfunctions. When I brought the car in for the second time I told them about the persisting steering issue, how it was part of the originally stated problem, and how it nearly got me wrecked because I had erroneously believed it was fixed. No one had told me that they hadn't fixed it. I also told them about the dead lights on the center console. After a few hours they discovered the shock on the driver's side was bad and was causing issues with the power steering and also causing the ride control error. They asked for $680 to replace the shock and mentioned that it would have to be tested afterwards to confirm the problem was solved. They told me the dead lights on the center console could not be fixed without replacing the message center entirely. It is my suspicion that they caused the problem while working on the car, but maybe those lights just burned out during the six days that they had it. I declined to let them touch my car again. After giving me back my car with a serious steering issue that I thought was fixed they do not have my trust, but they have my money.
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kristy georgick
7 months ago
I truly enjoyed my experience at Stiver's Ford in Waukee. Even though my husband and I had a good idea of what we wanted, Matt Lahr and the Stiver's team really assisted us with all the little details that we did not think about. I was able to purchase a wonderful vehicle, that meets all our needs!
Steve Waage
10 months ago
Anthony Beier was great to work with. I appreciated his pleasant personality and willingness to work with Allstate to get the repair process moving. He was also very good about keeping me updated on the status of the repair process. I have also worked with Troy Cline in the sales department...he is a very knowledgeable salesman and goes out of his way to make you feel like a valued customer. I would recommend Stivers to anyone as an excellent full service dealership! Thank you for all you do. Steve Waage
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Jason Williams
11 months ago
We went to Stivers Ford to look for a car and Troy Kline was our salesman that helped us through it all .This was our first experience with Stivers Ford .We were very very impressed with Troy. He's not your normal everyday salesman! We actually felt like he cared about us instead of just selling us a car and getting us on our way. He helped us so much and went out of his way for us. He answered so many questions and we couldn't believe it! By the time we were done we felt like we made a great car choice but also made a good friend out of it all! We will never go to any other dealership ever! Troy Kline will always be our # 1 choice in the future. We liked him so much that we referred our daughter Chelsea to him for a car and she loved him and he helped her find a car that she was happy with! We can't say enough about Troy he's the best!!!!! Stivers is a great dealership! We won't shop anywhere else in the future!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you Stivers Ford and especially Troy Kline for great overall experience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jason and Angie Williams
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