What are Documentation fees?A doc fee — also called a document or documentation fee — is a fee charged by car dealerships to process a vehicle’s paperwork. Essentially, a doc fee covers the cost of all the dealership’s back-office employees, from the people who handle the money to the employees who deal with the title and registration of the vehicle – Columbia Chrysler does not impose this fee on our clients! Don’t Negotiate Fees! An Admin Fee is a cost that is passed onto the car buyer and it’s meant to cover the cost of processing vehicle orders and preparing new and used vehicles for delivery—purchase or lease – Columbia Chrysler does not impose this fee on our clients! Don’t Negotiate Fees!
What you see is what you pay, plus Taxes.
Every pre-owned vehicle receives a full mechanical and visual inspection performed by a Factory Certified Technician.
Unlike some dealerships, we don’t charge you to learn about a vehicle’s accident history. We’re completely upfront with our customers every step of the way.
Your free Go Card entitles you to a $500 Referral Credit every time you successfully refer a new customer to us. Your referral also saves $500 off their purchase, so everybody wins!