Sunday, December 20, 2009

Let it snow!

I'm pretty sure Bourne's is closed today, and most of the inventory is inside, so definitely call if you want to swing by

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Inventory(And Dog of the Day

We've got a few new pieces of inventory in this past week, a couple of Volvo XC90s, a few Accords, a 2009 Grand Cherokee, and a trio of Volvo S80s, including one with only 9,000 miles on the odometer! We've also got a couple of great deals for bargain hunters in a 2003 Saturn Vue and 2005 Cadillac CTS. There's also a 2008 Mazda3 that might not have all the options, but it's in great shape and an incredible deal.

That's all well and good, but you and I both know you're here for the Dog of the Day.

This is Bowser, and he's a five month-old English Bulldog who rode home in a beautiful 2007 Mercedes E350 4Matic. He likes long walks in the woods and wouldn't sit still while I tried to take his picture, so it's tough to see how two of his legs are white and the others brown. This dog was the most popular guy in the showroom while he was in, but we're here to sell cars so I hurried him on out.

It's not what it looks like. I was trying to capture a picture and this is the only pose I could get at that point. look at how stout he is!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Another Orange Car!

I'm not sure why, but there's something about an orange car that makes me want to blog about it. There must be something about the people who buy these cars, because all of the orange cars I've seen come through here are always in great shape, from the speedy Corvette to the stylish Audi and now this super efficient Cavalier, rated for well over 30 miles per gallon, according to the users over at

We've also got a couple of third row Volvo XC90s, two of which have DVD systems, some S60s, and an absurdly affordable 2008 Hyundai Sonata for under ten grand. I won't pretend to fully understand how cars depreciate, but it seems nuts that you can get a good, dependable family sedan that gets 30 mpg(again, according to with power options for just $9,490. Why does anyone ever buy a new car when the used ones are such deals?