Friday, May 28, 2010
2011 #Ford #Mustang V6 Kansas City
What's my opinion? I'll simply say; "Believe the hype."
Call me, or come in and ask for me. We'll take one for a ride so you can judge for yourself.
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Labels: Ford, Kansas City, Mustang
More Apps for #SYNC® and Still No Extra Fees | #ford
It's fun to imagine where this technology is heading...
More services without more fees. That’s what SYNC® is becoming known for. Now horoscopes, stock quotes, movie listings and access to airlines, rental cars and hotels are just a voice command away for customers driving Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles equipped with the SYNC app Traffic, Directions & Information (TDI). Customers did not have to purchase anything additional to get this whole new set of services. All that is needed is an active owner account on http://www.fordvehicles.com/technology/sync/?brand=flm
Read the full story here >> The Ford Story: More Apps for SYNC® and Still No Extra Fees
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Labels: Ford, Kansas City, SYNC
Lashayia with her new 2010 #Ford #Mustang.
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Labels: Ford, Kansas City, Mustang, New Owners
Ford Motor Expected to Phase Out Mercury - NYTimes.com
DETROIT — The Ford Motor Company is expected to tell dealers this fall that it is phasing out Mercury, a 71-year-old brand that will be down to just two models by next year. Read the full story here >> Ford Motor Expected to Phase Out Mercury - NYTimes.com
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Labels: Ford, Kansas City
The Wards' new 2010 Ford Taurus
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Labels: Ford, Kansas City, New Owners, Taurus
Thursday, May 27, 2010
2010 Ford Flex Limited in Candy Red Metallic.
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Labels: Flex, Ford, Kansas City
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Ford's quality gains boost in public's eye.
Having sold BMW, Acura, Nissan and Volkswagon in the past, I'm was very aware of the perception that Ford does not equate to quality. However, since I started selling new Ford cars and trucks here at Shawnee Mission Ford, I've been pleasantly surprised to see what Ford vehicles have become. You may question what I'm saying as being tainted by my motivation to sell... so I'd like to offer you this article from The Detroit News... have a look. >> Ford's quality gains boost in public's eye | detnews.com | The Detroit News
How about you? Has your perception of Ford Motor Company and Ford vehicles changed over the last couple of years? Have you looked at Ford products lately? I'd love to hear your feedback.
Posted by Tonic Ventures at 8:35 AM No comments:
Labels: Ford, Kansas City
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