Over time, we at Terry Ortynsky’s Royal Auto Group have set to achieve one overriding goal: to make it easy for you, the customer, in every possible way.
We want to make it easy for you to find exactly the right vehicle. We want to make it easy for you to get through the paperwork as painlessly as possible. And we want to make it easy for you to recommend Royal Ford and Royal Honda unreservedly to your friends and family with the words,
That was the best car-buying experience I’ve ever had!
But as Terry has said, “We work hard to make it easy.”
In his efforts to streamline the car-buying process, Terry has become an innovator in the car dealership industry. So much so that he’s been used as an example in best-selling management books.
Terry’s approach is not empty slogans, but true management innovations. He has torn down the walls, literally, that slowed communication between different departments, such as parts, the show and the showroom. At the Royal Auto Group, parts specialists, mechanics and dealers all interact with each other easily and quickly. This eases and speeds up the process of buying, fixing and adjusting vehicles.
Terry has also found a way to shorten paperwork by more than half- buying a car, a process that once took a painful 40 minutes, now takes a straightforward 10. At Royal Ford and Royal Honda, it is now easier and faster to secure financing and complete the transaction than ever before, And by hiring some of the nicest people in the business. Terry has created an environment that is so welcoming that customers return just to say hello, to have a cup of coffee, and to enjoy the warmth and energy of the dealership.
Terry Ortynsky and his staff have made it easy to find and buy a car. When you are in the market to buy a new or pre-owned car, drop by our dealerships and see the dramatic difference in your buying experience.
We proudly serve Yorkton and Parkland area, Langenburg, Melville, Regina, Esterhazy and Canora in Saskatchewan as well as our neighbours in Manitoba including Swan River, Russell, Roblin and Dauphin.