Ford wants to optimize your driving experience by expanding the world of media. The company launched an app for both Android and iPhone devices called Ford Pass. Don’t let the name fool you, though. Even if you buy a used car from your Ford Dealers in West Valley City, Utah, you can still use the[…]
After choosing to buy a Ford F150 in West Valley City, Utah possibly the next biggest decision is to choose the color of that vehicle. Yes, getting all the best features and customizing it to fit all your needs is important but the color is what neighbors will see in your driveway. It is very[…]
Ford’s motto is, “Go Further,” but that doesn’t just apply to its cars. It also applies to its charitable efforts, and in July, Ford went further than ever before by donating $400,000 in grants and scholarships to high schools within the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Ford’s able to fund its charitable donations[…]
The Ford Focus and Ford F150 both share a common ancestor: The Ford Model T. Originally manufactured between 1908–1927, the Model T quickly became a symbol of American productivity and ingenuity. Henry Ford wanted to create a car that was affordable to everyone in the United States. Thanks to his dream, we now have a[…]
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.
We sent one of our reporters to one of our Utah Ford dealers in West Valley City Utah to learn how to drive a stick — for the first time.
A VIN can tell a car owner all kinds of information about a vehicle — from the manufacturing location (such as West Valley City, Utah or Detroit) to the size of the engine.
From Ford dealers in West Valley City, Utah to those across the pond in Europe, Ford is committed to both making great products and contributing to a better world through ethical business practices. Ford is the only automaker to be a recipient of this award, much less seven years in a row.
While Ford’s large trucks and SUVs have remained popular in the United States, with sales from the high desert of West Valley City, Utah to the humid woodlands of the South, European consumers were more interested in smaller car options such as the Ford Fusion.
Ever since it’s market introduction in April of 1964, the Ford Mustang has widely been known as one of America’s most recognizable muscle cars due to her impressive speed and powerful automotive capabilities. Truthfully, 51 years later, little has changed. Sure, this year’s robust Ford F150 has undergone some radical adaptations with its new, all-aluminum[…]