Courtesy Automotive group is a family owned and operated dealership group. Started in 1955 on Camelback Road, at that time on the fringes of Phoenix Courtesy is famous for the Neon Vegas style arrow that points the way to Courtesy Chevrolet. As with all good ideas, the arrow was penned on a cocktail napkin, with the clear instructions to point the way to Courtesy.
The 3rd Generation family has grown the business from Courtesy Chevrolet in Phoenix, to Courtesy Chevrolet in San Diego, and then in 2017 build a new Courtesy Volvo store on the corner of Indian School and the 101 in Scottsdale. In 2019 we added the Courtesy Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram brands with our two stores in Superstition Springs. In 2020 Courtesy Automotive group was excited to be awarded a new Courtesy Kia point in Superstition Springs.
Courtesy Kia will be opening in Fall of 2020. We look forward to offering the Mesa and Superstition Springs community a range of Kia product and excellent service. Our team will also offer a complete offering of Certified Preowned Kia’s that will complete or offering. With a heritage of family. You will see the family members most days in the store. The Courtesy brand is more than just an arrow, through the years Courtesy has created a culture that we call the Courtesy Way. In simple terms – we look after our team, who in turn deliver a great experience to our customers, and they in turn reward us with repeat business. Success for us is a customer that keeps coming back. So, visit one of our Courtesy dealerships and experience the Courtesy Way. We look forward to seeing you soon at Courtesy Chevrolet of Phoenix, Courtesy Chevrolet of San Diego, Courtesy Volvo Cars of Scottsdale, Courtesy Chrysler Dodge Ram of Superstition Springs, Courtesy Jeep of Superstition Springs and the newest store, Courtesy Kia.
Bill Gruwell President Courtesy Automotive Group
Mark Gruwell Dealer Principal of Courtesy San Diego
Scott Gruwell Partner and GM at Courtesy Chevrolet Phoenix
Jason Church GM at Courtesy Volvo Cars of Scottsdale