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Northport Ford Closes Shop [Empty in Commack]

The car dealership closed suddenly this past week.

The rough economy has claimed another Commack business, as suddenly closed down some time late last week.

The lot is mostly cleared and the lights are out at the dealership, which sold new and used cars and also operated as a service center.

The dealership's website, however, is still in service.

A note posted on the front doors of the building Tuesday read:

"We would like to thank our loyal Northport Ford customers for their patronage over the years. Sadly we must inform you that we are closing our doors. We apologize for any inconvenience."

With Northport Ford gone, that leaves  as the only brand name dealership in Commack.

Are you sad to see Northport Ford go?

Joe T June 06, 2012 at 05:04 PM
you can sleep better, but what about the people who are out of work now? Enjoy your rest.
pbug56 December 27, 2012 at 11:05 PM
This parts and service departments were so incompetent that they permanently turned us off to Ford cars. We may like looking at Mustang and T Birds, but we will never buy another Ford product; and this dealership was a big part of that decision.
CAB December 28, 2012 at 02:09 AM
Just a heads up the sales manager from Northport ford is now sales manager at smithtown ford. They will probably fold up next.
Yurmama January 24, 2013 at 01:55 PM
Cat- That's a rude remark! You don't even know him how could you be so insensitive? The sales manager is a very nice person. God bless. Please keep your opinions to yourself.
Irondog January 24, 2013 at 02:18 PM
Why keep opinions to oneself? This was very good information that "CAT" shared. I brought my wife's Explorer that was bought from there to have the shifter repaired since it didn't work. When I got the car back, when I hit the rear defroster, the glass hatch popped open. Nobody knew why, especially considering that feature does not even exist. Cheap FORD products and incompetent people. And sales people were horrible there too. Most likely a direct reflection of the manager. Opinion Shared!!!

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