Cars For Les

at 455 S Highland Ave, Madison, 57042 United States

We are dedicated to selling high quality yet affordable used cars and trucks.


Cars For Les
455 S Highland Ave
Madison , SD 57042
United States
Contact Phone
P: (605) 256-9752
Website

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:30- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:30- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:30- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 08:30- 18:00
  • Fridays: 08:30- 18:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 17:00

Specialities

Price category
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Company Rating

11 Facebook users were in Cars For Les. It's a 85 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Automotive category in Madison, Wisconsin

2170 FB users likes Cars For Les, set it to 14 position in Likes Rating for Madison, Wisconsin in Automotive category

Winter hours are here! We are now open Monday thru Friday from 8:30am to 6pm and Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Our hours don't work for you? No problem, give us a call at 605-256-9752 and we can set up a time after hours.

Published on 2015-11-06 16:02:26 GMT

WE ARE GIVING AWAY A $100.00 GAS CARD! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LIKE OUR PAGE, SHARE OR COMMENT. ONCE WE HIT OUR GOAL OF 1000 LIKES WE WILL HAVE A DRAWING!

Published on 2015-10-01 16:49:47 GMT

FUN FACT FOR THE DAY! Windshield wipers were invented by a woman.

Published on 2015-09-16 16:48:28 GMT

Congratulations Bridget Palmquist Van Liere you are our winner of the VIP Taste Home Cooking Show! Call us at 605-256-9752 to set up date and time to pick them up. Thanks

Published on 2015-09-14 14:29:22 GMT

WIN A PAIR OF VIP TICKETS TO THE TASTE OF HOME COOKING SCHOOL AND VENDOR EXPO SEPTEMBER 17TH IN MADISON! All you have to do is LIKE OUR PAGE AND SHARE THIS POST. VIPs get in early for the Vendor Expo plus get a meet and greet with Karen Davis plus reserved seating for the cooking show. $100.00 VALUE http://www.amazingmadison.com/2015/07/27/taste-of-home-cooking-school-expo/

Published on 2015-09-03 18:32:35 GMT

Fun Fact for the day! The first cars did not have steering wheels. Drivers steered with a lever. The New York City Police Department used bicycles to pursue speeding motorists in 1898. Who knew?