- All New for 2017
- Over 16 Class Leading Innovations
- 3 engines, 4 Cab Configurations, and 5 trim levels
- New aluminum body, and military grade steel frame
Ford has just announced the arrival of the 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty! This is an entirely new and innovative chapter in the history of the Super Duty pickup. Read More
Every new smartphone has the ability to use a variety of apps. Need to find restaurant? There’s an app for that! How about music? There’s an app for that too! So what if your car had the ability to do that too? Read More
The all-new 2015 Ford F-150 has great innovations that completely threw a curve ball into the otherwise repetitive pickup truck industry. Between the new powerful EcoBoost engines, and lightweight aluminum body, many of the F-150’s new features haven’t gotten much spotlight. But these convenient innovations are very clever and should be talked about more. One innovation more truck owners need to look into is the new F-150 BoxLink system. Read More
Materials are something that are prevalent in our lives everyday. Opening a door or being in a room seem like simple tasks, but the experiences of using certain materials is what makes it a truly unique thing. Whether it’s the feel of an aluminum door handle, or the ambiance of woodgrain trimmed interior, the materials set the mood. Ford has recognized this over the past decade and has been improving the quality of its vehicles. As a result, they have been using some very unique materials in the 2015 Ford F-150. Read More
The 2015 Ford F-150 is the next big installment for Ford following on the heels of the 2015 Mustang. Ford has done an incredible job at keeping their new truck a secret, but now the secret is out and there is plenty to talk about. Atlas concept fans will be pleased as well, the final version of the 2015 holds very true to concept images we saw last year. Just like the Mustang, the 2015 F-150 gets a whole list of new features including a new look, new engine options, and a couple of segment firsts. The Ford F-150 is America’s most iconic truck, and its best selling as well. With this in mind, Ford revamped this boxed-framed beast to be a smarter and sleeker vehicle with even more features and perks to make your life easier and even more comfortable.
How to Determine Vehicle Equity
If your thinking about trading in or selling your vehicle, then vehicle equity is something you should know about. Having equity in your vehicle means it is worth more than you owe on it. It is easy to determine equity on your vehicle if you have already paid it off. The value of the vehicle is then considered the amount of equity you have. If you’re still paying your vehicle off, then it could be a little tricky.
If you’re a first time car buyer, or someone just looking for a good deal, a pre-owned vehicle is a smart investment. Used cars are more reliable today than ever before. You can get a great bargain for a vehicle that’s only a year old with a couple thousand miles because that vehicles value has already depreciated about 20-30%. The great thing is, just because the value has depreciated, doesn’t mean the vehicle won’t last you another 10 years. Mileage, safety, and whether or not the vehicle is still under warranty could all be factors in the decision being made to buy a certain vehicle. This is where the Ford Certified Pre Owned Program makes it easy.
Vehicles Ford Should Bring Back: Part 2 – Cars
This week we follow up on Vehicles Ford Should Bring Back with Part 2 – Cars. Once again we picked 3 iconic, historic vehicles we think Ford should bring back to restore some old school brand recognition.
Vehicles Ford Should Bring Back: Part 1 – Trucks
Ford is one of the leading company’s on the edge of innovation and technology, not just in the automotive industry, but globally in a world where keeping up with the rapid changing advances in our lives is vital. The 2014 Ford line up is one of the most cutting-edge, stylish line up that the automotive industry has seen to date. With the substantial improvement in MyFord Touch and Ford Sync, Ford is revolutionizing what is available to you while you’re on the road. Great gas-mileage across the board, combined with stylish new looks and Ecoboost engines, creates a line up with a little something for everyone. That being said, there are a few iconic, niche models that we demand Ford to reinstate for the sake of keeping their historic identity. In part 1, we bring you 3 truck models we believe Ford should bring back from the dead!
Ford has unveiled their next effort which is poised to change the truck market. The next generation Ford F-150 pickup titled “Atlas” promises to raise the bar on tech, style, and fuel economy. The Ford Atlas Concept serves as a demonstration of future technology coming to Ford vehicles. Aside from a much improved touch screen infotainment system, the next gen F-150 will weigh several hundreds pounds less, feature more efficient engine options, and will employ active grille shutters along with a drop-down front air dam to maximize efficiency. New to market features include Dynamic Hitch Assist (with touch screen integration), 360 degree camera, next generation tailgate step, and hidden cargo ramps which will allow loading equipment with wheels into the bed.