Finding the right car that you will be happy with for many years to come is all about recognizing your options and narrowing them down to the perfect vehicle. Choosing a Ford model is a great place to start since Ford produces some of the finest cars, trucks, and SUVs on the road, but picking the right way to buy it is just as important. The truth is that not all Ford dealerships are created equal, and some dealers will go out of their way to make sure you are completely happy, while others will not. But you deserve to have a dealership that works for you and keeps you satisfied with your vehicle for a long time.
Here at Kings Ford, we work hard every single day to demonstrate why we are the best Ford dealership for you. From our incredible selection of new and used vehicles to our helpful and knowledgeable salespeople, and our world-class service center, we are here to help you with buying and owning your vehicle. No matter what you are looking for, we are ready to help by assisting you in every way we can and putting our resources at your disposal. Visit us at Kings Ford today to experience what it is like to have a Ford dealership work for you.
Any Ford dealership can tell you they do a good job or proclaim that you should choose them, but many of them fail to support that claim. You deserve a dealership that wants your business and shows you through their actions that they are committed to your needs. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you should choose Kings Ford for your next vehicle.
Of course, that is only the start of the many reasons to choose Kings Ford, but you will have to come and experience the rest of them for yourself.
The Ford automotive legacy goes back more than a hundred years, and that is a heritage that really means something. There are so many reasons we love the Ford brand that we cannot begin to list them all here, but one of the main things that keeps us coming back for more from Ford is their lineup. The modern lineup of vehicles you will find at your Ford dealership is truly one of the finest ever developed and offers a wide range of amazing models.
Although Ford has largely moved away from traditional cars, the Mustang remains a shining beacon of power and performance in the auto industry. For anyone interested in a nimble and responsive coupe, the Mustang truly is one of the finest options on the road with incredible power to spare. And if you prefer a more cost-efficient solution, you should check out the Fusion Hybrid, with tremendous fuel economy and a sporty design that is incredibly fun to drive.
If you are more interested in an SUV, then Ford definitely has you covered with a selection of some of the finest models on the road. Best of all, there are different Ford SUVs available at a wide range of sizes and in many different styles. With the all-new Ford Bronco, the lineup has only become even better, and there is no denying that Ford is a leader in SUV development.
The Ford F-Series of trucks has been the best selling set of vehicles on the road for decades, with the Ford F-150 being the best selling pickup since the Reagan Administration. There is a good reason for that, and we love everything the F-150 has to offer, with incredible power and performance, a rugged yet sophisticated interior, and amazing safety features. For truck-lovers, there is no other brand out there, quite like Ford, to meet your needs.
Ford has made a name for itself in just about every auto class, with award-winning models and fan favorites that drivers keep returning for, year after year. From SUVs to muscle cars to trucks, Ford has it all—plus, with well over a hundred years of experience, Ford has only consistently improved on its models. Here’s a look at some of the most popular Ford models from throughout the generations...
The F-150 is Ford’s full-size, light-duty truck, with the F-250 and F-350 being its heavy-duty variants. Available since 1975, the F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the country—not just truck, but vehicle—for 46 consecutive years. Drivers can’t get enough of it.
It offers solid towing and payload capabilities to drivers who still need a good everyday ride with easy-to-manage dimensions. The F-150 is loved for its configurability, and it's available with a huge selection of powertrains that give drivers the freedom to prioritize what matters most to them: horsepower, fuel economy, trailering abilities, or a balance of all of the above.
The F-150 is available in Regular, Super, and SuperCrew cabs, with the first offering three seats and the latter two offering six seats. The SuperCrew offers extended rear seat space and is suitable for those who transport passengers regularly. As for bed sizes, the options are 5.5, 6.5, and 8.0 feet. It’s a really versatile model that’s ready for hard work.
The F-150 has a Pro Access Tailgate with several handy positions, each of which is great for a number of settings, from job sites to tailgate parties. Common competitors for this light-duty truck include the Chevy Silverado 1500 and the GMC Sierra 1500—but where there’s hard work to be done, you will usually find a Ford F-150.
Many drivers appreciate the great infotainment features of the F-150. It might be tailored for rugged environments, but its cab boasts tech-forward perks like a great infotainment system, Bluetooth connectivity, and terrific driver assistance features.
The Ranger is Ford’s midsize truck. Its smaller dimensions make it not only great for those who have to alternate between city streets and job sites, but it also means this truck gets solid fuel economy for its class. Its 5.0-foot bed gives DIYers and contractors plenty of room to transport many items and has a decent payload capacity. The Ranger has a moderate range of towing abilities that are less than half of those of the F-150, so it’s ready to tow small equipment and campers but not necessarily an RV or snow plow.
The Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, and Honda Ridgeline are common competitors of the Ford Ranger. Available since 1983, the Ranger joined the Ford family nearly a decade after the F-150, and it made truck life accessible to those who need a more compact option for city driving but who also do some occasional towing. Thanks to available four-wheel drive, the Ranger is ready for rough environments. It’s great for job sites and campsites alike and is a versatile choice.
The Ford Ranger is a smart choice for drivers who need the power of a pickup but don’t want the heft and the poorer fuel economy of a full-size model. It's easy to manage, fuel-efficient, and has a solid-size truck bed.
The Ford Explorer is a three-row SUV with seating for six or seven passengers. Opt for second-row captain chairs for a spacious cabin with seating for six, or get a bench seat there for seating for seven. Thanks to slidable, foldable seats, the Explorer also makes it easy to create extra cargo space for a variety of items of different shapes and sizes.
The Explorer first joined the Ford family in the 1991 model year. It was one of the SUV superstars of the sport utility vehicle boom. Popular among families, it has all of the comfort and convenience features parents could ask for to keep young passengers content. The Explorer has solid towing abilities, making it great for adventurous families, along with a couple of powertrain options. It has convenient storage compartments throughout the cabin for road trip essentials, too.
The GMC Acadia, Chevy Traverse, and Honda Pilot are common competitors of the Ford Explorer, and yet it's the Explorer that has been one of the best-selling vehicles of this class. Many drivers love its reasonable price point, especially with all the standard features it offers—and with a variety of trim options (including luxury and more performance-oriented ones), the Explorer has a design that'll appeal to a range of drivers’ tastes.
As its name promises, the Escape is designed for those who want to get away, and it helps you achieve that with its phenomenal fuel economy. This compact SUV gets you the increased drive height and good towing figures of a larger SUV with the fuel efficiency of a car, so it’s perfect for commuters and weekend explorers alike. It’s easy to maneuver into tight spots but also ready for long road trips, making it popular among a range of drivers.
Out since the 2001 model year, the Ford Escape has several generations under its belt. In 2020, Ford made the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant of the Escape, making it even more fuel-efficient than ever before. Drivers love the Escape PHEV because they can spend less money at the gas pump and keep the air cleaner at all of the places they explore.
With seating for five, the Escape is great for small families, couples, and individuals. Its rear seats are reconfigurable to create room for long items when you need it. Thanks to front- and all-wheel drive options, the Escape can be ready for tons of city and freeway driving and can also handle slippery roads. The Escape is fun to drive, fuel-efficient, and deceptively larger inside than it appears to be.
The Ford Bronco is an off-road SUV with 4x4 capabilities. It is unapologetically rugged and best for those who spend most of their time away from paved roads. Its massive tires, increased ground clearance, and off-road-ready suspension make it ideal for bumpy roads and spontaneous adventures. Drivers who don’t want limitations on where they can go often turn to the Bronco. This model has seating for five, so you can bring some buddies along on your excursions.
The Bronco is a classic, and drivers can’t get enough of it. Ford first made it in 1965, and it regrettably left the market in 1996—but in 2021, Ford brought the Bronco back. It was embraced with open arms, and many drivers love that Ford kept most of the retro Bronco look but with better powertrains, beefier suspension, and smarter technology. The Bronco also comes with a handful of powertrain options, each boasting good towing figures. Plus, it’s available in tons of trims to appeal to different personalities—and, of course, diehard Bronco fans love that you can remove this SUV’s doors for more open-air fun.
Many say the Jeep Wrangler and Toyota 4Runner are competitors to the Bronco, but Bronco loyalists will tell you that nothing competes with this vintage gem. It’s so popular that it’s appeared in major films like “No Country for Old Men,” “Terminator 2,” and “Speed.”