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Several years ago, Corey Sawchuk and his wife Amanda visited Vancouver Island and promptly fell in love with the place.
As of Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 he has taken over as the new owner of Courtenay Mazda.
"We're just in awe. We couldn't have picked a more beautiful place," said Sawchuk, who had previously done business in Grand Prairie, Alta.
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A Courtenay car dealership has been ranked the No. 1 Mazda dealership in Canada by DealerRater.ca, a North American customer review website.
Courtenay Mazda took the top honour from the website, which gathers and verifies reviews from thousands of dealerships across the continent.
The 2016 awards from DealerRater also recognize dealerships across the country for other car brands, with Lakewood Chevrolet in Edmonton taking the best overall pick.
Owner adds a personal touch to every car purchase by negotiating directly with every customer.
Courtenay - when Corey Sawchuk, principal/owner of Courtenay Mazda, first read the letter announcing his business was ranked first, he thought it meant first in BC. It wasn't until his staff corrected him that he realized his dealership had been rated number one in Canada by the auto world's equivalent to TripAdvisor.