McMahon Ford in Saint Louis, MO

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Sales, Service, Financing, and Leasing on New Ford vehicles along with a huge selection of pre-owned vehicles of every make and model!


Established in 1934.

McMahon Auto Company, established in 1934 by Vincent T. McMahon, has been the dominant automobile organization in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and the city's only Ford dealer.In 1975, Bill Schicker became President and Tom McMahon Vice President of the McMahon Ford Company.

McMahon Ford is proud of its numerous awards and recognitions over the years. The Dealership has been awarded the Time Magazine award "Dealer of the Year" twice, once in 1970 with Vincent T. McMahon and again in 1988 with Bill Schicker .

McMahon Ford

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(314) 752-3300
Address:3300 S Kingshighway Blvd, Saint Louis, MO, 63139
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Saturday: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on McMahon Ford

James B. | 2015-01-14

Worst experience ever wouldn't recommend to my worst enemy

Lee C. | 2014-07-14

Really enjoyed working with Mike the sales person. He was fair and reasonably quick working out our deal. Mark in finance got the paperwork done fast. We did have to Waite for a little while, but not that long.

Michelle W. | 2014-05-21

DO NOT BUY A CAR FROM HERE!!! I bought used, so I cannot speak of their process for selling new cars, but buying my 2012 Ford Edge was by far the worst experience I have had with a company.
The sales guy was great, however I was planning to pay cash and they refused to take almost anything off for that reason. I fell in love with the car though and it was still a decent price.
My horrible experience happened with the financing person. Even though we were paying cash he was the person we were sent to to close the deal and finish the paperwork. Well he made a mistake in the paperwork and we ended up making the checks out for $2,000 less than what was agreed upon with the salesman. I even asked the guy 'Are you sure that's the price?' And he assured me that it was I had never bought a car before, so I assumed they ended up accepting the price I originally offered. He even told me how much to make the checks out for(I used 2 separate checks to pay).
The next day was a holiday weekend so that  Monday we got a call from him saying that there was an error in our paperwork and we needed to come back. He actually called us a few times since we did not answer the first(we were working).
We went in and the man basically called me a liar and said that we owed them more money. I asked to speak with the manager and he told me he was the manager (he was not). After causing a bit of a scene because he refused to let me speak with a manager, the manager must have heard me, sent the guy out of the office and we were able to speak in private. The manager was very nice and apologetic about the whole situation.

I had no problem with the car, the salesman or the manager. The the finance guy was horrible and completely turned me off from buying from McMahon ever again. I feel sorry for any future customers who have to deal with this man.

Jim G. | 2014-05-14

Ike Bibas is awesome. He will take care you for anything even after the sale. Class act!

Bridget L. | 2014-03-11

Let me save you your time and hassle and tell you upfront.. DO NOT PURCHASE A CAR FROM MCMAHON FORD. New or used. I bought a 2010 escape from them in June which was a complete junker. Actually after the eighth service trip on it I attempted to trade it in and this dealer quoted me the lowest trade in value out of ten dealers because they knew they had sold me a piece of crap. Turns out the vehicle had actually been in an accident before and they provided me with a fraudulent carfax. To make up for the trouble they gave me a good deal on a 2014 escape. MISTAKE. Today will be the second time I've brought it in for computer issues. I bought it in February. They gave me the biggest junker you've ever seen to drive around in until it's complete. Save your time. Save your money. Go to Honda or Kia.

Janette H. | 2014-01-10

I thought buying a car from a dealer was better than buying from a private seller. That the car would be more reliable and if there were problems with the car, the dealer would stand behind his product. That was not the case with the car that we bought from this dealer. Several problems came up after the purchase and they would not provide any assistance. Word of caution to future car buyers.

Jody S. | 2013-08-17

I just purchased my second car from Richard Witkowski at McMahon Ford. My first was a pre-owned and my second was brand new. I no longer live in the St. Louis area but still drove 4 hours from Kansas City to buy from him. I feel that I am getting the best price and information. I will never buy from anyone else!

Reviewer A. | 2013-05-03

Rick made visiting this dealership a great amount of fun; no pressure, smiling the entire time, trying hard to cater to all my needs. This was very pleasant.

However, they do not have a large lot of new cars, although you can order them from the manufacture (which you can do at any ford dealership). Also, they do not offer the same great deals on oil changes (for $20) that I consistently find in the newspaper like Bommarito.

Overall, this is a great dealership.

Jennifer W. | 2013-04-10

I can't speak for the new car side but I bought a pre owned almost brand new car here. It's a 2013 model. While my actual sales guy was great, the rest of the experience was awful. They gave us a loaner car while ours was getting ready that was so dirty and disgusting. Overall I bought the car there because it was the car I wanted but I would not recommend this place to anyone. But I will
be finding another dealer for service.

Brian M. | 2013-02-25

I have had the pleasure of dealing with  McMahon Ford for several years. I purchased my first car from them back in 2007 and another in 2010, they have  been friendly and worked with me on my trade in, actually they were able to get me right what I was expecting. I have to say that my most recent sales rep, Lavon, was great, she was a pleasure to work with and I plan on returning to her sometime in the future to hopefully upgrade to an Edge.

The Quick Lane service department is also great, I rather deal with them over Dobbs and prices are very competitive for quick preventative maintenance and service. The employees are friendly and service has always been great. I look forward to working with McMahon in the future..

Renae H. | 2012-05-30

I'm a small town girl and I've always heard the big city car salesmen are shady and will try to sell you an overvalued vehicle. McMahon Ford lived up to every negative stereotype and more. We've been checking out the prices of a certain vehicle online and elsewhere. We saw something we liked on McMahon's lot a few weeks back. We finally had a moment to go take it out for a test drive this week. The salesman did not seem interested in selling us the car at all, in fact he didn't even offer us a business card. When discussing price, he pointed to their online price and was not interested in offering us anything less eventhough it was no where close to the appropriate Fair Market Value. While the car was listed as "new", it had 5,000 miles on it because it was a demo car and it had some other issues as well. Just to give you an idea here--the vehicle itself had been sitting on the lot for 9 months, had been through a hail storm (and repaired) and when we opened the hood when inspecting, mice had gotten in there over the winter and had been trying to make a nest out of the underlining of the hood. I decided to call the sales manager and see if he would be interested in offering a fair price. I politely tried to point out reasons why I felt the vehicle should be offered at a lower price and even mentioned how it compared in price with Fair Market Value. The manager would not negotiate whatsoever and in fact told me, "Well then, I guess this isn't the car for you!" I thanked him for his time and he rudely slammed the phone down. I'm no longer interested in purchasing at all from this dealer and would not recommend this dealer to anyone.

Jessica C. | 2012-02-13

There are two schools of thought on getting work done at a dealership.  Most people I run into seem to have strong feelings against it.  "They'll charge you too much!", they claim.  "They'll upsell you on services you don't need!"

Well, I happen to be in the minority of people who prefer to get my car worked on at the dealership.  Upfront, I'm sure it's more expensive.  But I'm willing to pay a little more for the peace of mind that comes with factory parts and brand affiliated mechanics.  I also drive a hybrid, which means I don't want any old dude in a blue jumpsuit messing with the special transmission.  I know their work is guaranteed and, if I'm not happy, I WILL call Ford Motor Company in Detroit and voice my concerns.  Believe it or not, but parent companies will listen to you when you have complaints.  Dealerships can and will lose their franchise if they're not performing properly.

As for McMahon Ford, I'm satisfied with the work I had done.  I scheduled an appointment a few days in advance and my car was serviced as soon as I brought it in.  They did routine maintenance as well as diagnose a problem I suspected.  They had the parts in stock and had the work done in a few hours.  Contrary to popular belief, they did NOT try to upsell me on anything.  My car was overdue for factory scheduled maintenance, but they told me I didn't need it yet.  Could they have sold me on it?  Yes, easily, I want to keep my car in good shape.  But they didn't, and I appreciate that.  

There is an Enterprise car rental place next door, and they will hook you up with a rental if you need one (I didn't).  Their lounge, while not exactly plush, was nicer than most lounges I've spent time in at other car places.  They also have a points reward system that goes directly towards more service.  All in all, I'm satisfied with McMahon and they're now my go-to place for my car's maintenance.

Joe B. | 2011-04-17

If you need parts for your Ford, make sure you do your research before coming here.  Some components I purchased online suffer from an exponential markup at the parts department here.  But because I couldn't find all the parts I needed from other sources, I paid the convenience ransom here.  Other than that, the staff was helpful and the parts arrived the same day and in good working order.

Andy D. | 2010-01-17

Brought my old Ford Explorer here to have a recall service performed on it and to get the 'ol 120,000 mile checkup.  This is a huge place and it was a little tricky to figure out where to bring the car around, but once it was in place we were appreciative of the communicativeness of the mechanics-- the whole operation seemed very competent and solid.

With mechanics you never really know, but the price seemed reasonable for what I had done.  They called to alert me to some extra work I might have wanted to get done then or later, but I elected not to have it done and at no point felt uncomfortable or pressured as I talked about the issues with the fellow that was helping me.

Would consider coming here again if I have continuing problems with the vehicle.