Tvf Logo
Image005
Shop
Account

You have no Recently Viewed or Saved Vehicles.
Click here to begin your search.


Saved Vehicles

Viewed Vehicles
Show All
Forgot Password
Create an Account
Logging in...
< Back
Reset Password
Submitting Request...
< Back
Create an account
Signing up...
Welcome,
Logging Out...
Submit

Ford Offering Assistance to Customers

To help its customers during the COVID-19 outbreak, Ford is offering a number of assistance programs and donating to charity groups. Ford Credit is offering both assistance to those affected by COVID-19, and offering no payments for new vehicles for 90 days.

“Ford is committed to lending a hand to the people who rely on us,” said Mark LaNeve of Ford Motor Company. “The peace of mind of our Ford and Lincoln customers is our top priority as we work through the developments of this outbreak.”

In the past, Ford Credit has helped out its customers during local and federal disasters, and right now they are offering the same assistance. If you have purchased or leased a Ford vehicle and are having difficulty making your payments please contact Ford Credit to discuss options for delaying payments or changing due dates.

Our customers can access their Account Manager profile either online at accountmanager.ford.com or through the FordPass app. You can also call a special hotline – 1-800-723-4016 – to discuss your options.

The Ford Motor Company Fund has also donated over half a million dollars to local charities in Michigan to help deliver food to senior citizens and children who do not have easy access to food at this time. Ford is also working with GE Healthcare to produce ventilators for COVID-19 patients suffering respiratory issues.

 

Source: Ford Media Center

Ford & GE Healthcare to Produce 50,000 Ventilators

Working in collaboration with GE Healthcare, Ford Motor Company will begin producing ventilators for COVID-19 patients, with the goal of producing 50,000 units in 100 days and up to 30,000 a month after that as needed. The FDA-cleared ventilator was created by Airon Corp. with a simplified, but effective design.

The GE/Airon Model A-E ventilator uses a design that operates on air pressure and doesn’t require electricity, allowing it to be used in a variety of environments. It has been designed to meet the needs of most COVID-19 patients, and is able to be produced in large numbers quickly.

“The Ford and GE Healthcare teams, working creatively and tirelessly, have found a way to produce this vitally needed ventilator quickly and in meaningful numbers,” said Ford president and CEO Jim Hackett. “By producing this ventilator in Michigan, in strong partnership with the UAW, we can help health care workers save lives, and that’s our No. 1 priority.”

Working around the clock, 500 paid volunteer UAW employees will produce the ventilators on three shifts. Airon currently produces three ventilators per day in Florida, but Ford plans to make 7,200 per week once it reaches full production speed.

 

Source: Ford Media Center

All-Electric Ford Transit Van Coming in 2022

Ford recently announced that they will be introducing an all-electric version of the Ford Transit van to market starting in 2022. The new electric Transit will be available in the United States and Canada, with the goal of helping businesses become sustainable, lower ownership costs and improve air quality and noise levels in cities.

Ford has been the leader in the commercial van segment for 35 years with the popular E-Series, Transit and Transit Connect cargo vans that help businesses get work done. Purchasing a new all-electric Transit van will give buyers access to Ford’s incredible service network, upfitting services and the largest public charging network in North America.

Built in the United States, the new all-electric Ford Transit is part of Ford’s $11.5 billion investment in electric vehicles. It joins the already announced Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E vehicles that are also coming to dealers soon.

Like currently available Ford Commercial Vehicles, the all-electric Ford Transit vans will feature the technology businesses need to optimize efficiency and reduce waste. Ford Telematics, Ford PassConnect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and Ford Data Service tools are also integrated, providing more information on the go and remotely.

If you would like more information about Ford electric vehicles, including the all-electric Ford Transit, talk to us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, Texas.

 

New Ford Vehicle Inventory

 

Source: Ford Media Center

Ford Introducing Connected Vehicle Insurance Program

Ford is making it easier to get insurance for your vehicle by partnering with one of the country’s largest insurance companies, Nationwide. Available in 39 states, Ford Insure is available through the FordPass app, and is as simple as filling out a form to sign up.

Policyholders consent to enroll in the SmartRide usage-based insurance program, that shares vehicle connectivity information with Nationwide during the initial six-month policy. 2020 Ford vehicles will track and share distance driven, hard braking and accelerating, night driving and idle time to establish your renewal rate.

By driving conservatively and safely, customers of Ford Insure will be eligible for up to a 40 percent discount to be applied upon policy renewal. Ford Insure customers also have access to Nationwide’s Accident Forgiveness option, and have repairs done using genuine Ford parts.

The goal of Ford Insure and other connected technologies available in Ford vehicles is to make the process of owning and driving a Ford vehicle easier than ever. If you would like to learn more about Ford vehicle technology, visit us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX and talk to one of our sales experts.

 

New Ford Vehicle Inventory

 

Source: Ford Media Center