If building new websites is in the virtual world what construction is in the physical world then Butler Automotive Group has remodeled! In the spirit of a grand opening we invite you to vist our new websites: www.butlerautogroup.com, www.butleracura.com, www.butlerford.com, … Read More »
Is it starting to feel like your car or truck’s out of alignment? (Signs include uneven tire wear, vibration, and a vehicle that pulls or drifts to one side while you’re driving on a straight-away.) Don’t wonder any longer! Print … Read More »
The automobile market is more competitive than ever… which makes it all the more exciting when the makes and models we at Butler Automotive Group specialize in win awards. So imagine our pride upon learning three of the brands we … Read More »
Butler Sales Manager Joel Nickerson has the answer.
‘Tis the season for that most American of summertime activities: the end-of-the-season, last-fling-before-school-starts road trip! (Why we love them so much: http://tinyurl.com/4xkgblm) Who among us doesn’t have a story about the perils of hitting the road with the people we … Read More »
America was founded on the premise that her citizens should have options, and not only options but, the freedom to choose among them. The founding fathers were primarily concerned with religion and politics but, the idea pretty much sums up … Read More »
Remember the story about Chevy and the Nova? The auto maker’s efforts to market the car in Latin America failed spectacularly . Turns out “no va” in Spanish means “it doesn’t go”, and nobody wants a car that doesn’t … Read More »
Cars.com Names 2011 Kia Optima Five years ago the idea that Kia could win out over other more reputable brands in the eyes of industry experts would have seemed laughable. But then, the Kia of five years ago is not … Read More »
Jamee Rae bought her 2003 Kia Sonata from Butler Automotive Group 99,000 miles ago… and still adores it! She says it’s given her no trouble and has required nothing but routine maintenance. No wonder she’s a KIA fan!
“Something that haunts most social media panels is a failure to explain the relevance of social media. Why should the average person get involved, or read?” —www.brandstorming.com Maybe that’s an odd way to kick off the inaugural blog of … Read More »