What Started out as a Texeco service station and car lot on St. Louis and Clairborne Street in downtown Mobile, the company took a giant step forward in 1955 when Joe Bullard Oldsmobile had moved to a modern showroom at Five Points, where the giant rocket on the front of the building symbolized the positive and progressive mood in America, with more and more peopls driving Oldsmobile, America's Sweetheart automobile.
In 1972, Joe Bullard Olds moved from Five Points to South Beltline Highway to keep up with the westward expansion of the city. The dealership soon became Mobile's sales leader and one of the most respected dealerships in the Southeast.
Under the aggressive Leadership of Joe Bullard Jr., the Joe Bullard Automotive Companies acquired the Mitsubishi franchise in 1987, and began an unprecedented period of expansion, opening new dealerships and offering the citizens of Mobile the Gulf coast a wide ranging variety of domestic and import cars, trucks, and sport utility vehicles.
Today, the Joe Bullard group consists of Joe Bullard Cadillac, Infiniti of Mobile, Jaguar/Land Rover of the Gulf Coast, Acura of Mobile, and Joe Bullard Mitsubishi. Throughout the enormous growth, the commitment to honesty and integrity has remained the central theme of Joe Bullard Automotive Companies.
Joe Bullard Cadillac
1419 E. I-65 Service Road S.
Mobile, AL 36606