Whether you’re in the market for a new car or are just curious to see how the auto industry is performing, you’ll be amazed to see how well Ford performs. Ford dealers around the world — from Asia to Salt Lake City — sell quality cars in spectacular quantities, proving why Ford is consistently one[…]
The Beaumont’s Center for Exceptional Families in Dearborn, Michigan, received a grant from Ford Motor Company for a new sensory garden. The sensory garden will be used to help in the development of disabled children by immersing them in the five senses: touch, taste, smell, sound and sight.
When your Ford needs to be serviced, you find yourself facing a familiar question: Should I go to a local mechanic or take my car into the service center at the nearest dealer? Service centers at dealers like Henry Day Ford have a number of advantages over the average mechanic.
If you’re not a car expert, buying a used car can be risky. The vehicle may have serious issues you can’t see. Dealers, like those of us at Henry Day Ford in West Valley City, Utah, put cars through a rigorous process to make sure they are running like new — but what if you are buying a car on your own?
The new class of electric cars represents the future of a vehicle that has been a pivotal part of American history for over one hundred and eighty years.
You’ve made a budget for buying your new car, and you have to admit it isn’t a big one. Well, it’s time to buy a cheaper car.
With an 8 percent sales increase in the first quarter of 2016, Ford is poised to have a record-setting year. If 2016 is any indication, 2017 will deliver even higher returns than previously thought possible.
Soon after Ford riders Joey Logano and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. lead the pack of Ford Fusion GT qualifying racers in the Good Sam 500, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in Phoenix, the Ford Motor Company was awarded NASCAR’s “Driving Business Award” for the third time.
The rich history of this motor company also boasts a variety of impressive branding platforms that are as remarkable as the company itself. From Utah to the Midwest, Ford dealers everywhere boast the blue oval trademark in conjunction with current slogans such as “Go Further” and “Drive One.”
In a recent press conference, Ford CEO Mark Fields announced a plan to add 13 new electric or hybrid vehicles to Ford’s lineup by 2020, spending $4.5 billion in the largest electrified vehicle investment in a five-year-period in the company’s history. While 13 percent of the current Ford lineup available at nationwide dealers is composed[…]