When you're looking for a vehicle that's built with an indistinguishable quality, you'll find it at your local Ford Dealer. Ford is a manufacturer that needs no introduction and has been a staple of the American automotive world for over a century. Its current vehicles serve as a testament to the generations of research and development that have preceded them. Whether you're in the market for a family-friendly SUV or looking for a truck with state-of-the-art towing capabilities, Ford has an option for you. With such a wide catalog of fan-favorite vehicles, each with its own strengths, it's understandable why the decision of which automobile is right for you may be a tad difficult.
Ford is essentially a manufacturer that caters to all drivers rather than just a select few. Additionally, Ford as a company cares about its customers, and because of this, its products are backed by an exemplary warranty, serving as an extra layer of reliability. For example, new vehicles purchased from Ford will come with a slew of warranties, most notably, a powertrain warranty that is good for up to five years after purchase, or up to 60,000 miles driven. Newer warranties such as hybrid components get covered for an impressive eight years or up to 100,000 miles driven. This transparency between Ford and its customers is one of the many reasons they have been a top-rated manufacturer for many drivers.
Innovation is at the forefront of Ford's design philosophy. Ford was initially founded back in 1903, well over one hundred years ago, by Mr. Henry Ford. As a trailblazer in a fresh market, Henry Ford would go on to unleash the legendary Model T in 1908, bringing affordable cars to the masses. This lineup reached critical acclaim and would become one of Ford's first successful vehicles, a lineup that lasted until the late 1920s. Henry Ford not only cared deeply about the craftsmanship of his vehicles but his employees' livelihoods as well. One of the ways he expressed his compassion was by offering double the pay of his competition, a stunt that would go down in automotive history.
As the years passed, Ford had begun exploring other ventures while continuing its roots in ground vehicles. In the late 1910s, Ford began manufacturing boats and would even explore the realm of aviation in the mid-1920s. However, Ford's mainstay was its automobiles and continued to produce vehicles that would eventually reach legendary status. This fame was amplified further when the 1950s rolled around, a crucial time in the industry where tens of millions of families began investing in automobiles. The Thunderbird was released in 1954 and quickly became a favorite in America, while the iconic Ford Mustang hit the market in 1964, only ten years later.
Since then, Ford has only perfected its craft, and this is best seen in the current lineup of automobiles. Amongst all of this, Ford didn't lose any of its innovative roots and would go on to produce mainstays in the industry today, including SUVs, performance vehicles, and of course, powerful pickup trucks. Most notably, Ford is a company that knows how to stay relevant. Vehicles that are produced by Ford today, such as the various hybrids and all-electric vehicles, were originally never thought to be a possibility during Ford's early years in the industry, and its contribution to a cleaner environment is bound to be a noticeable one.
Shopping for a Ford vehicle can seem a bit complex, simply due to the sheer volume of available vehicles to select from. Firstly, you'll have to decide what you're looking for in a vehicle. If you're more interested in maximizing your available cargo space and require extra seating, then opting for an SUV or a crossover is what you should do. While each SUV produced by Ford, such as the EcoSport, Explorer, and Edge, all have that indistinguishable Ford quality, the Expedition is a particularly good choice for its excellent performance and terrific cargo space.
If you're looking for a sedan, you have the option between the Fusion and the legendary Mustang. The Mustang certainly impresses drivers with its powertrain configurations that allow for immense performance. However, it's the Fusion that has been the highlight of many automotive discussions recently as it offers several powertrain options. Most notably, the Fusion allows for both hybrid and plug-in hybrid configurations, which makes for a much more fuel-efficient vehicle. The Fusion isn't the only electric vehicle from Ford either, as vehicles such as the Escape and Explorer also have hybrid powertrains. The Mustang Mach-E goes a step further with an all-electric powertrain that blends performance and efficiency seamlessly and has earned plenty of popularity as a result.
Last but not least, Ford trucks are well regarded for their exemplary performance, which results in impressive towing capabilities. Ford trucks are a perfect choice whether you require a vehicle for your own needs or work tasks, as they're the perfect tool for any job. The Ranger is a noticeable option for its value-oriented cost coupled with ample performance.
Those who are familiar with Ford trucks have likely heard of the F-150 as it's one of the most popular options in the catalog. A wide range of available powertrains helps make this truck immensely versatile and perfect for towing as well. However, if you're looking for the utmost towing power, then opting for the Ford Super Duty is the way to go with outstanding performance amongst the competition and utterly impressive towing capabilities.
Ford's F-series trucks have held the best-seller spot for 40 years. When you need a truck that can take on the toughest jobs and keep coming back for more, then it is time to visit your Ford dealer for an F-150. For 2021, a fully-redesigned F-150 takes tough to a whole new level with best-in-class towing and payload capacity. New features also give this hard-working truck a friendly side for those who use their F-150 as their mobile office. Six engine choices boost your power for towing and hauling, including a 3.0-liter Powerstroke diesel and a class-exclusive PowerBoost V6 hybrid that unleashes an incredible 430 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque.
New features for the 2021 F-150 make it possible to work from anywhere, with the available Pro Power Onboard allowing the truck to supply up to 7.2kW of electricity so you can operate even your most demanding power tools all day at a remote job site or camp. Running a jackhammer or a refrigerator is no problem for this innovative pickup. Harness this power with technology that over-the-air updates for the infotainment system, allowing new features to be rolled out over the life of your truck. Cloud connectivity means you have all your system information saved for easy access in the tabs of your infotainment screen or on your phone. Details like the tailgate work station, a large-screen digital instrument cluster, and new fully reclining front seats make your Ford truck more convenient than ever.
Available in six trims, from the entry-level XL to the fully-loaded Limited, your F-150 can customize to the way you plan to utilize your truck. Whether you need room for the whole family or work crew, you want a large bed for hauling, or plan to tow a trailer, the 2021 F-150 can be built to suit your needs. With a standard eight-inch (and available twelve-inch) touchscreen, it's easy to keep an eye on the standard hitch assist camera view when you back up to your trailer. Standard roll stability and curve control keep your truck safer on turns, and the military-grade steel frame and aluminum body mean your F-150 is ready for anything. No matter where you drive your truck, you'll stay connected with the new SYNC 4 system and Ford Connected services that are standard on all trims. Build your 2021 F-150 your way, and own a truck that understands the meaning of hard work rewarded with playing harder.
When Ford introduced the Raptor more than ten years ago, the desert-racing truck became an instant favorite for off-road enthusiasts. For 2021, Ford fully redesigned the Raptor as part of the new F-150 lineup, giving it an all-new and more capable suspension as well as the option for the largest factory-fitted tires in the industry. New off-road tech gets a boost for 2021, with an available large twelve-inch instrument cluster that shows drive modes with animation and allows the driver to view information on several functions at one time.
A first for the Raptor this year will include the option of adding the Pro Power Onboard generator, available for those enthusiasts who enjoy boondocking while they explore the outdoors. Standard Trail Control gives off-road driving a slow-speed cruise feature that allows the driver to focus on trail conditions without having to manage the gas pedal, and an available 360-degree camera function shows views around the entire truck so that you can better avoid obstacles in your path. Even the appearance of the 2021 Raptor is refreshed with inspiration from the F-22 fighter jet, incorporating details like new shaping, blacked-out features, and better coverage with a wider front skid plate and tougher bumpers. Off-roaders, this is a must-see to take your trail adventures to the next level!
For drivers seeking the thrill of a performance vehicle that crosses over into the utility segment with none of the guilt of a thirsty performance engine, the 2021 Mustang Mach-E is branching into new territory. Hit the accelerator and go from zero to 60 in 5.2 seconds with models featuring available all-wheel drive, or take on the fierce GT edition for zero to 60 in 3.5 seconds. When you would rather enjoy the view, Ford CoPilot 360 technology allows the driver to sit back and let the Mach-E drive itself hands-free on the highway with available Active Drive Assist.
Over-the-air updates mean your tech stays current, and the SYNC 4A system allows you to personalize your driving experience while it also takes cues from how you drive and interact with your Mach-E. The system learns from its drivers and can remember more than just seat settings; it knows where and how you like to drive, so your experience behind the wheel is intuitive and streamlined. The driving range for the all-electric Mach-E falls between 210-300 miles, depending on the trim level. With rapid charging, the Mach-E can gain up to 59 miles of range in only ten minutes, and Ford gives electric vehicle drivers access to the nation's largest charging network to make traveling and charging simple.
For drivers who want all-wheel drive performance, the Mach-E is built with an intelligent system that places motors on both axles for independent movement on all four wheels. No weather will hold it back, as proven by Ford's extreme weather testing in temperatures down to negative 40 degrees. Even in extreme cold, the Mach-E battery delivers. Performance is matched by interior design and luxury with an ultra-modern, clean dash and sleek seating with space for adults to sit comfortably in front and back. Technology pampers the passengers with all the extra comforts of modern life, and a panoramic sunroof utilizes solar glass to keep the Mach-e cool in summer and warm in winter. Join the revolution of electric driving with a new 2021 Mustang Mach-E.
The midsize Ranger is back, and it's better than ever with a turbocharged engine, reinforced steel frame, and updated off-road capability made for taking the roads less traveled. Fit your 2021 Ranger with four-wheel drive for greater traction, or go the extra distance with the Tremor off-road package to gain a modified suspension, tow hooks, and a terrain management system for more serious enthusiasts who want to conquer the outdoors. For the truck owners who prefer beauty over brawn, add style to the exterior with appearance packages that add black or chrome accents, convenient interior comforts, and unique colors and details that stand out in a crowd. Accessories to carry your kayak, bikes, and outdoor gear are available to make it easy to travel with everything you need to take your adventures to the next level.
The safety features of the Ford CoPilot 360 suite are available for all trims and even assist with towing safety by offering trailer blind spot information to make changing lanes safer on busy highways. Combine safety with the connectedness of FordPass Connect, and modern life in the 2021 Ranger will be only a touch away. Use your phone to check fuel levels or remotely start your Ranger, gain WiFi for up to ten devices at once, and let the system keep track of your service history and remind you when it's time for maintenance. Even roadside assistance is accessible through FordPass Connect, so you can adventure without fear. Use the available SYNCH 3 infotainment system to activate voice commands and connect your smartphone through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so all your favorite content is accessible while you're on the road. The 2021 Ranger combines technology and toughness to provide midsize truck lovers with everything they need.
At our on-site service and parts center, we offer a wide range of various servicing and repairs, and our certified mechanics are ready for any task. Should you require additional parts for your vehicle or are looking to acquire spare parts, you can find them here at The Faricy Boys Ford. By narrowing down your search to your exact vehicle model, we can help you find the right parts every time. Thanks to our on-site service and parts center, we're the ultimate one-stop-shop for all of your Ford needs. Scheduling a servicing appointment with us is a simple and hassle-free process, and you may do so by calling us, visiting our dealership, or utilizing our website.