2015 Ford F-150
The 2015 Ford F-150 offers drivers a lighter, more refined body because it uses aluminum instead of the standard metals used before. The use of aluminum has saved the F-150 700 pounds and has thus increased efficiency and increased dent resistance.
Although the efficiencies and dent resistance will add value to the truck, consumers and dealerships are worried about the costs associated with fixing a largely aluminum truck. Ford says not to worry! They recently announced that they will be paying 20% of what shops will spend on training and gear to fix the 2015 F-150.
Get Service and Repairs at Friendly Ford
Ford is hoping to move more of their vehicles toward the use of aluminum for added efficiencies. Their investment in repairs definitely shows how serious they are about moving in said direction. The F-150 continues to be Ford’s best-selling vehicle and Ford has made a commitment to continue that tradition with its all new F-150.
Ford dealers will be ready to help you with any repairs as soon as the trucks start being delivered during the second half of the year! If you are in need of any service or repairs, feel free to give Friendly Ford’s service department a call at: 866-928-7905.
Have you seen all of the great new Ford vehicles and concepts that debuted at NAIAS over the past week and a half? The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), also known as The Detroit Auto Show, ends this Sunday the 26th and the team here at Friendly Ford wants to show you some of our favorite cars from the show.
NAIAS is celebrating its 25th Anniversary of being an International Show, although the show itself traces its roots all the way back to 1907. Originally the Detroit Auto Show was regional. In 1989, a group of Detroit auto dealers got together to make the show more globally recognized. Since 1989, 1,359 vehicles have been introduced at NAIAS and more than 18 million people have visited the show.
Ford is showcasing everything from the 2015 Mustang to the all-new Raptor. Let’s take a look at Ford at NAIAS.
Which of the Ford vehicles that debuted at NAIAS do you like the most? Be sure to come by Friendly Ford in Roselle to see some of the cars from the show in person!
The 2015 Ford F-150 made its debut just a couple of days ago sporting more toughness than ever before! The redefined, more capable F-150 will be available for sale late during the 2014 year, so let’s take a look at what’s to come for America’s favorite truck.
First, the F-150 is stronger and more durable than ever before. The pickup will be rigorously tested in extreme temperatures. It will also be put to the ultimate test by hauling heavy trailers and loads across many different terrains.
The all-new F-150 promises to offer the most advanced technologies. Features include: Trailer hitch assist, 360-degree camera, loading ramps, high-wattage power outlets, tailgate step, LED headlamps and tail lamps, trailer tow module, remote tailgate, and EcoBoost technology.
Inside the F-150 you will find features to help make your drive smooth and easy. Capable features include: curve control, a lane-keeping system, blind spot information system, second-row inflatable safety belts, and adaptive cruise control.
At Friendly Ford we love the F-150! We can’t wait to see what the 2015 model will bring for Ford truck enthusiasts. Do you have a Ford F-150? What are some of your favorite features? Let us know in the comment section below and come by and see the current F-150 model in Roselle!
Current F-150 available at Friendly Ford!
In Roselle, we have had our fair share of cold weather days – in fact, months of it! Below is a list of winter-ready features that make winter driving a little more enjoyable.
Many of these features are available on Ford models found at our dealership! Which winter-ready feature is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below!
1912 Ford Model T
Ever wondered what it would be like to drive a Ford Model T? The Gilmore Car Museum which is located about 3 hours away from our dealership will be offering driving classes to people of all ages during the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons in 2014. The Gilmore Car Museum located in Hickory Corners, Michigan offers a whole day of vehicle exhibits.
The Ford Model T was assembled in Detroit on 1908. The Model T engine was placed in 15,000,000 automobiles within 19 years! The introduction of the assembly line in 1914 enabled Ford to produce more automobiles than any other company of that time. The Ford Model T remains an important part of American History.
The Model T Driving Class lasts for about two and a half hours and is limited to 18 students per class. Classes will be offered on May 3rd, June 22nd, July 22nd, August 23rd, and September 14th. The driving class is only $95 and it includes a tour of the museum. If you are interested in taking part in one of the classes, be sure to call and reserve your spot at 269-671-5089. You can also check out their website for additional information.