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Comparing the Ford F-150 with the Super Duty F-250 and F-350 trucks. Sacramento wants to know.

Is it time to find the right Ford for you? If so, let’s examine a few specific models that are tailored to fit the needs of a few major demographics. Demographics just refers to the habits of the people: if they live in a city, how many members in their household, what kind of job they have, etc. to help marketers match the right vehicle to their specific lifestyle.

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/picking-the-right-ford-f150-vs-super-duty.htm

Comparing the Ford F-150 with the Super Duty F-250 and F-350 trucks. Sacramento wants to know.

Is it time to find the right Ford for you? If so, let’s examine a few specific models that are tailored to fit the needs of a few major demographics. Demographics just refers to the habits of the people: if they live in a city, how many members in their household, what kind of job they have, etc. to help marketers match the right vehicle to their specific lifestyle.

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/picking-the-right-ford-f150-vs-super-duty.htm

Ford Recognized Its Top Global Suppliers for Outstanding Performance in 2013

Ford honored its top-performing suppliers from around the globe at its World Excellence Awards last week. Now in its 16th year, the World Excellence Awards were designed to recognize suppliers who exceed company expectations and distinguish themselves from their peers by achieving the highest levels of global excellence in quality, cost and delivery performance.

http://3d-car-shows.com/ford-recognizes-its-top-global-suppliers-for-outstanding-performance-in-2013/

Ford has unveiled its New Commercial Trucks in Indianapolis! Check them out!

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com 888-577-0454 Ford unveiled its new Transit chassis cab at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, offering commercial truck customers an option they never had with the outgoing E-Series commercial van. The truck crowd also saw Transit cutaways. The exhibits are part of the full Transit line that will be assembled at the retooled Kansas City assembly plant. Ford has 46.7 percent of the commercial truck market.

http://www.ntea.com/worktruckshow/