Back in 1960 when John McLeod Pugmire founded the original Pugmire dealership in downtown Atlanta, no one could have imagined that this initial foray into the automotive world would lead to a group of locations that provide Northwest Georgia with the best car buying experience imaginable. However, here we stand nearly 60 years later with the various members of the Pugmire Automotive Group honoring Pugmire's legacy on a daily basis via a steadfast commitment to ethical business, superb customer service that transcends other dealership experiences, and a dedication to strong family values that serves as the bedrock of every facet of this industry-leading organization.
In other words, whether you pay a visit to our Lincoln dealership in Marietta or stop by one of our Ford dealerships in Carrollton and Cartersville, you can browse with confidence knowing that each of these locations offers up an outstanding blend of exemplary service, impressive selection, and hassle-free shopping that always puts your needs at the forefront of the conversation. While adhering to this customer-first approach is unfortunately something that is not all that common within a modern automotive community clouded over by deception and slimy dealership practices, the Pugmire Automotive Group is always focused on doing right by our friends here in Georgia — and anything less simply will not do.
"It's a Pugmire!" For countless satisfied customers throughout the Pugmire Automotive Group's history, the phrase "It's a Pugmire!" has served as the capstone of a great car buying experience. In fact, this seemingly simple declaration actually encompasses a plethora of reasons related to why so many of our friends from across Georgia consider themselves Pugmire customers for life.
Whether this phrase means that you enjoyed our great shopping experience, the money you saved by shopping with us, the quality of your new Ford or Lincoln vehicle, or the stellar service provided by our team of trained automotive experts, we have no doubts that you will be declaring "It's a Pugmire!" for years to come when people ask you about your car, truck, or sport utility vehicle (SUV).