Omaha, Nebraska

Matthew Eveland

Matthew Eveland

18505 California St
Elkhorn, NE 68022
Matthew Eveland, Used Cars, Services, Elkhorn, Nebraska

Purchasing a vehicle is a big decision. If you’re looking for an expert in new and used cars with the backing of a full-service car dealership, contact Matthew Eveland in Elkhorn, NE. Employed with Baxter Ford West Dodge, I am looking forward to serving my Douglas County customers for all of their car purchasing needs.

With a wide selection of new and used cars at the dealership, Matthew Eveland can help you find the perfect vehicle for your needs. He will take the time to fully understand the type of vehicle you’re looking for and your budget. With that in mind, Matthew can point you to a car, truck, or SUV you’ll enjoy for years to come. He will also do everything he can to make the purchase affordable for you. Whether you’re buying the car or leasing, he will explain your options, answer any questions, and work with you to come up with a payment plan that suits your budget.

No matter your situation, he is dedicated to complete customer satisfaction. He will do anything he can to make the purchasing process stress-free so you can get in your new vehicle sooner. His service doesn’t end after the sale, either; count on him to be there before, during, and after to answer any questions you have.

If you’re in the market for an automobile, call Matthew Eveland at (402) 650-8595. Whether you’re searching new or used cars, he’ll help you find a great deal and get you behind the wheel of your dream vehicle.

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