The Ford Bronco made a quick departure in place of the Ford Expedition back in the late 1990s. At that time, people were moving away from two-door to four-door SUVs. Rather than update the look and appearance of the Bronco for a sixth generation, Ford decided it was time to retire the Bronco. However, with the absence of the Bronco from Ford’s vehicle lineup for over 20 years, it has made SUV enthusiasts’ hearts grow fonder.
While Ford continues to roll out updates to its wireless connectivity in newer models as technology continues to advance, it has discovered many owners of 2010 to 2016 Ford vehicles are not always ready to trade in their vehicles for a newer model.
Ford is already preparing to offer a different type of mobility services in the future. As the development of autonomous and electrified vehicles becomes a reality, the auto company is already planning their role in the transformation.
When you think of the brand name Ford, most people think of iconic automobiles, quality innovations, new cutting-edge vehicle designs, and the Ford F-150 line of pickup trucks featured at Ford dealers in Indianapolis and elsewhere. However, did you know that Ford also follows sustainable practices at its Ford Rouge Factory, which also includes a population of 80,000 bees?
Long before new vehicles roll off of delivery trucks at your local Ford dealership in Mooresville and elsewhere, they have been put through the paces at Ford’s Drivability Test Facility, which features a wide range of tests including a wind tunnel.
Ford Motor Company is all about innovation and public service. A new initiative with supermodel Karlie Kloss lets Ford put these two values to work promoting women in science careers.
Ford will support Kloss’ camp for coding, Kode with Klossy, a summer program intended to inspire more young women to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers.
While the Volkswagen Golf is often credited with originating the “hot hatch” category of automobiles—hatchbacks with higher performance engines and features—other automakers have refined the concept, producing superior vehicles. Stacked up against the most recent iteration of the Volkswagen Golf, the 2017 Ford Focus RS provides superior performance, making it the vehicle hot hatch enthusiasts will want to experience.
Most people who purchase Ford performance vehicles, like the Focus ST, Fiesta ST, Focus RS, F150 Raptor, and Mustang GT350 from their Mooresville Ford dealership, or other local authorized Ford dealers, never really get to truly appreciate the features Ford has incorporated into these vehicles. Sure, they look great and can turn heads as you drive past other people. Yet, many people just simply do not how to get the most out of their performance vehicle.
The race to bring self-driving cars to market is probably the biggest competition happening within the auto industry right now. While skeptics are quick to point out that many of the rosiest predictions for self-driving cars and when they would be available haven’t come true, that doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been progress, with multiple companies working with and against each other to bring their particular vision for driverless cars to life.
It is hard to believe the Ford F-150 is 40 years old. The F-150 joins the long line of Ford F-Series pickup trucks, which date back to 1948 when the first F-Series trucks rolled off the production line and were delivered to Ford dealers in Indianapolis and elsewhere!
Can you think of any truck that is better known than the Ford F-series? There is a reason why the Ford F-series trucks are the first vehicle that comes to mind when many people think of a pickup truck. There have been enough F-series trucks sold to circle the Earth 3 times.
As is the case with any presidential election, the recent one has brought with it a lot of rumors and accusations. During the fact-checking process following Donald Trump’s attack on Ford, some exciting facts about Ford’s plans for the future came to light. It turns out the rumors that long-time fans of the Bronco and the Ranger heard really are true.
The Ford Explorer has for a long time been a popular selling model at Ford dealers like Community Ford in Indianapolis. As the vehicle has evolved over the years, it has attracted a new market segment: Millennials. In fact, this generation has been one of the driving factors behind the recent surge in popularity for more SUVs and crossover SUVs.
From the Great Lakes to the flat plains of the middle of the state, Indiana has miles and miles of scenic roadway for vacation adventures. A new crossover is perfect for taking in the sights with friends and family, and the new 2018 Ford Escape is an excellent option for your next road trip because of its peppy, responsive engine and practical design.
Indiana consumers searching for an affordable compact car may take a look at the 2017 Ford Focus and Mazda 3—both strong competitors in the compact segment—but a close examination will reveal that the Focus is the superior vehicle, offering features and performance the Mazda 3 just can’t match.
Credit scores aren’t always fair, and sometimes young buyers and buyers with limited credit histories get stuck with higher interest rates because of arbitrary rules. Ford’s working to make financing fair by using new technology to better assess individuals’ creditworthiness.
most people think about trucks, “environmentally friendly” usually
isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. The 2018 Chevrolet Colorado is
out to change that perception, having recently won Green Car Journal’s
2018 Green Truck of the Year award.