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Ford Ranger Gets Three New Performance Accessory Packages

For all the off-road enthusiasts out there, Ford is offering three new off-road ready performance accessory packages for the midsize Ranger pickup truck. These packages are designed to give the Ranger even more personalization options and capability, letting drivers have even more fun when driving off-road.

These three comprehensive Ford Performance accessory packages can be installed by Tommie Vaughn Ford on 2019 and 2020 4WD Ranger models, and use parts from the established Ford-performance experts at FOX Shocks among others.

The Ford Performance Level 1 package features an off-road leveling kit, FOX performance shocks tuned by Ford Performance Engineers, 17-inch Dyno Gray wheels and Ford Performance bedside graphics and windshield banner. Cost is $2,495 before installation.

The Level 2 performance packages has all Level 1 content, as well as a Ford Performance engine calibration, bringing the EcoBoost 2.3-liter engine up to 315 hp and 370 lb.-ft. of torque, BFGoodrich KO2 tires, a Rigid off-road fog light kit, blue tow hooks and a stainless steel license plate frame. Price is $4,495 before installation.

Those looking to get the most out of their Ranger off-road should look at Level 3, which comes with all Level 1 and 2 content, plus a Rigid 40-inch LED lightbar kit, red tow hooks, an ARB winch-capable front bumper, Ford Performance chase rack and Ford Performance sport exhaust. MSRP for Level 3 is $8,995 before installation.

Ford plans for these accessory packages to be available for order in August for Level 1 and 2, and next summer for the Level 3 package. For additional information about Ford Ranger parts and accessories, or if you would like to check out a 2020 Ford Ranger, please contact us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, Texas.

Ford Promise Program Offers Buyers Peace of Mind

Ford has heard from many of its customers that they are nervous about buying or leasing a new or used vehicle right now. So, to provide some peace of mind when purchasing or leasing a new vehicle, Ford is introducing the Ford Promise program. If you happen to lose your job within the first year of ownership or leasing, you will have the option to return the vehicle to Ford with little to no extra financial burden.

The new Ford Promise program is specifically for customers who purchase or lease a vehicle through Ford Credit. If you happen to lose you job and need to return the vehicle, Ford Credit will value the vehicle using NADA trade-in value, then reduce the outstanding balance by that amount, plus up to an additional $15,000. Then, any remaining balance, deferred payments or vehicle damage needs to be paid by the customer, and the account will be reported as close and paid.

“We fell like right now, the economy is at the stage of recovery where people want things to be back to normal, they want to buy, but they’re still a little nervous about what the future holds,” said Mark LaNeve of Ford. “We want them to know we understand that, and we’re here to support them in their buying decisions.”

Enrollment for the Ford Promise program goes until September 30, and customers can take advantage of the offer until up to a year after their purchase date. For additional information about the program, contact Ford Credit or give us a call today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

Ford Unveils New 2021 F-150 Full-Size Pickup

With the reveal of the new 2021 Ford F-150, Ford has taken the full-size pickup truck market to a whole new level. As America’s best-selling pickup truck for 43 consecutive years, the F-150 continues to be the number one truck more people turn to when they want to get work done. Ford engineers have purpose-built the 2021 F-150 to be the most productive and toughest F-150 in the company’s history.

One of the biggest additions is the all-new hybrid powertrain in the 2021 Ford F-150. The 3.5-liter PowerBoost offers plenty of power, along with a convenient Pro Power Onboard integrated power generator. This powertrain offers improved fuel economy and extended range, and the PowerBoost hybrid generator can help keep you powered up, whether you are at the worksite or campsite.

The 2021 Ford F-150 keeps its durable and proven fully boxed, high-strength steel frame and military-grade aluminum alloy body. Like always, the new F-150’s bold design is unmistakable, and has a strong and powerful stance both on and off-road. Eleven different grille options, multiple trim levels, numerous color choices and different body styles and engine options mean there is a 2021 Ford F-150 for every truck buyer.

Productivity is also a priority with the new F-150, and the 2021 model features a newly available 12-inch touchscreen with SYNC 4, a highly-practical Interior Work Surface for signing documents and using a laptop, and a Tailgate Work Surface that boosts productivity when working on the tailgate. If you step up to the King Ranch, Platinum and Limited models, you can also take a break using the new Max Recline Seats that fold nearly completely flat.

Want more information about the new 2021 Ford F-150 lineup? Contact us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford and one of our team members can get you more information and keep you up to date when they are available at our dealership in Houston, Texas.

Restarting Ford Production with Priority on Safety

Ford has recently outlined their plans for restarting production of vehicles in the U.S. and worldwide, with a focus on the health and safety of its employees, dealers, partners and of course, its loyal customers.

By constantly assessing public health conditions, government actions and recommendations, and working with unions like the UAW, Ford will be implementing a staggered approach to resuming production.

For the past several weeks, Ford has been helping to manufacture medical equipment, and has been doing its best to keep employees safe, with the use of face masks, face shields and social distancing within its facilities.

With over 7 million jobs in the United States dependent on automakers, dealers and their suppliers, it is important to get people back to work. But restarting production must also be done safely and with lots of care taken to protect the workforce.

“The health and safety of our employees has been – and remains – our top priority as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Kiersten Robinson, chief human resources officer at Ford. “We are taking extensive measures that apply best practices from around the world to make sure all of our facilities and workplaces will be safe, clean and secure for when we return to work on-site.”

Tommie Vaughn Ford has also implemented new measures to help keep our customers and employees safe, including an at-home sales experience and service pickup and delivery. For more information, contact us at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.


Source: Ford Media Center