Thinking About Trading in Your Vehicle?
There can be any number of reasons that you’re thinking about trading in your vehicle. Perhaps your family is growing, or you want something newer. Whatever your reason, trading in your vehicle doesn’t have to be stressful if you take extra measures to make sure you get top dollar for it. The staff here at Waterloo Ford in Edmonton, AB, is happy to help with every step, let’s start by asking the question – “What is my Trade-in Worth?”
Advantages of Buying a Used Car at Waterloo Ford in Edmonton, AB
When considering purchasing a car, one of first questions you must consider is whether to buy new or used. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, however depending on your lifestyle a used car may appeal to you more if saving some money up front and lower monthly payments are a fit for you. At Waterloo Ford we have a great selection of certified pre-owned vehicles that are inspected and guaranteed to be perfect for the road. We always encourage our customers to consider every avenue when getting into a new car to make sure they get the best fit, here are some Advantages of Buying a Used Car in Edmonton, AB.
Should You Buy New or Used?
The first question is probably the most important when it comes to buying a vehicle – should you buy new or used? Often it comes down to what will work best for you and your family and be an overall fit to your lifestyle. Although buying a used vehicle can mean less resources coming out of your wallet in the short term, there are several really great advantages to buying a new vehicle instead. Here at Waterloo Ford we want our customers to be able to make an informed decision on whatever it is they are investing in, so today we will take a look at some of the advantages of buying a new car in Edmonton, AB.
Tips For Using the new FordPass App
Ford has come out with a brand new app called FordPass that makes connectivity with your vehicle easier than ever. It is designed to help you conveniently move through the day the way you already do – with your phone in hand. With FordPass on your mobile device you can do things like search for a parking spot, see if your vehicle needs gas, or even find a Ford dealer all from the comfort of your phone. The app takes care of all the details so you never have to worry. It’s as easy as the simple push of the button. Download the FordPass app from the App Store or get it on Google Play today.
What Makes Ford Eco-Conscious?
Ford is extremely committed to contribute to a better world, including finding eco-friendly options to help protect the environment. That’s why Ford is excited to announce that the editors at Canada’s Top 100 Employers have named us as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers. Ford has worked hard for this achievement by coming up with alternative fuel vehicles, and reducing landfill waste to zero over the past ten years. While Ford concentrates on greener ways to manufacture vehicles, we recognize that it is an all-around effort to produce sustainability, and we hope that it will be a great example for other companies in the automotive industry.
Ford Delivers Undisputed Toughness
People gravitate towards Ford vehicles often because they have a reputation of being tough, durable and reliable vehicles ready to take on the day’s challenge. Just as an example, the all-new 2016 Ford F-150 underwent 10 million miles of durability testing during its design phase, in simulated environments and in the real world. The challenge when innovating designs for fuel saving and lighter weight vehicles is to not compromise on strength or durability. To ensure that Ford vehicles can meet the real world needs of real world drivers, Fords tests their vehicles in the harshest conditions to see how they hold up. Some of these tests are so extreme that a five-day testing period is equivalent to 10 years or 150,000 miles (241,402 km) of operation. Today at Waterloo Ford we’ll take a look at the 10 toughest durability tests new Fords – specifically the 2016 F-150 – must endure.
5 Fuel Efficiency Hacks for Edmonton Drivers from Waterloo Ford
Fuel efficiency is one of those highly sought after attributes everyone wants increased in their driving. Ford has some excellent machines with superb features that help them go as far as possible on a tank of fuel, but there are a lot of user-initiated driving habits that can really help go that extra distance. Today our experts at Waterloo Ford in Edmonton, AB, have got some Fuel Efficiency Hacks to help you get the most out of your money after you fill up.
The Check Engine Light
With little information, the Check Engine Light can be a frustrating thing to appear up on your dash. Unless your car isn’t moving, an easy solution is to drive your car over to an auto parts store to have a diagnostic test run. A small computer underneath your dashboard can read back a code showing any errors your vehicle’s many sensors has detected. Below are five common malfunctions that cause the check engine light to appear, some of which you could fix yourself. Ay any point we always recommend you contact our expert Service Staff and book an appointment to make sure any important work is done by trained professionals who can guarantee their work. Read the rest of this entry »
Discover Ford Ecoboost in Edmonton, AB
Almost all new 2016 Ford models now offer the option of using EcoBoost technology in the engine choice. Ford EcoBoost adds power and increases acceleration with little effect on fuel consumption by combining both turbocharging and direct fuel injection methods. You can view and test-drive any Ford vehicle with an EcoBoost engine at Waterloo Ford in Edmonton, AB.
Find Ford Pro Trailer Back-Up Assist At Waterloo Ford
They may not show it, but even the professionals get anxious backing up a heavily loaded trailer down a packed boat ramp or a narrow logging trail. Now their secret is safe with Ford Pro Trailer Backup Assist, which helps an operator put their trailer exactly where they want it at an unprecedented ease. You can view and test-drive any of Ford’s legendary Trucks with Pro Trailer Back-Up Assist at Waterloo Ford in Edmonton, AB.