Posts Tagged ‘northside ford san antonio’

Susan G. Komen Offer Extended

June 3, 2009

Ford has extended the Susan G. Komen test drive program through December 31, 2009.  When you test drive any new Ford vehicle, Ford will donate $20 to the local affiliate of the Komen foundation on your behalf.

For complete details visit www.fordcares.com, and from there you can register and print your certificate.

Together we can all make a difference.

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Let’s Fiesta San Antonio

March 18, 2009

Ford recently unveiled the all-new 2011 Ford Fiesta that will go on sale early 2010.  The Fiesta will be Ford's first true Global car and will be manufactured in Germany, Spain, Mexico, Thailand and China for sale in markets around the world.  One hundred Fiesta's have already been produced for North America in Germany's Cologne plant for a pre-launch awareness campaign the "Fiesta Movement".  Through its “Fiesta Movement” program (http://fiestamovement.com), Ford will select 100 customers to drive the new Fiesta and then relate their experiences through social networking sites such as Facebook, FlickR and YouTube.  The “Fiesta Movement” cars feature the acclaimed 1.6-litre Ti-VCT gas engine.  The new Fiesta has been in production in Cologne since August 2008.

To learn more about the 2011 Ford Fiesta visit the official website at www.fordvehicles.com/2011fiesta.

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“Most Rugged Truck” – Kelley Blue Book

March 18, 2009

The 2009 F-150 was named the most rugged truck by customers in an online survey by Kelley Blue Book.  The Brand Image Awards are based on consumer data collected from more than 12,000 shoppers on Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com.  The 2009 Ford F-150 is America’s best-selling vehicle and the country’s safest full-size pickup truck.

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The Key to the Future

February 23, 2009

MyKeyTM

MyKeyTMis one of Ford's newest technologies.  It will allow parents to limit the vehicle's top speed and audio volume to encourage teens to drive safer and improve fuel efficiency.  It also encourages safety-belt usage, provides earlier low-fuel warnings and can be programmed to sound chimes at 45, 55, or 65 miles per hour.  This is an outstanding new feature that will surely give parents a little bit more peace of mind with their children driving around the city.

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