No better time than now to trade in your used car or truck and get into a new vehicle.

No better time than now to trade in your used car or truck and get into a new vehicle.

Trade in, upgrade and save at Port Angeles car and truck dealer

Having a reliable vehicle to get around in is important. There’s nothing worse than turning the key and having your vehicle not start when you are late for work or the kids’ game! Are you thinking about getting a new vehicle, but think you can’t afford it? You might be surprised!

Trade and save?

“Now is a great time to get into a brand new vehicle by utilizing the equity in your existing vehicle. Supply chain shortages mean trade-ins are getting top dollar, and maximizing your old vehicle’s value will let you get into a brand-new, worry-free Ford F-Series truck for less,” notes Mark Ostroot, General Sales Manager. There’s no better time!

Don’t miss out! Price Ford is offering zero percent interest on all of their F-series trucks, meaning that you could trade in your old vehicle and keep your monthly payments the same.

Price Ford offers on-site service.

Price Ford offers on-site service.

Peace of mind

New vehicles come with a five-year or 60,000 mile power train warranty and bumper to bumper protection for 36 months or 36, 000 miles, giving you worry-free driving.

Every new Ford F-series truck comes with standard-safety features including trailer-sway sensors and back-up cameras. Bluetooth is standard too, so you can integrate your devices and enjoy every road trip, long or short! Better and lighter aluminum body construction improves fuel efficiency and gives more payload, reducing vehicle weight by up to 700 lbs, allowing you to haul more. This innovative aluminum construction has greater dent resistance and none of the body rust associated with traditional steel-bodied vehicles.

Keeping America moving —for over 100 years

There’s a reason why Ford has been the Number One Selling pickup truck for over 44 years straight. With service and parts available nearly everywhere, your vehicle is ready when you are, and if you’re in business, keeping your fleet on the road saves time and money.

No matter what you are looking for — F-Series pick up, Bronco, crossover, small SUV, or performance vehicle — Price Ford can help you find the vehicle you want at a great price! Call today 888-928-4725 or come by in person to 311 East Highway 101, Port Angeles WA. Check out their website here or find them on Facebook here. Hours are 8:30 am to 7:00 pm Monday to Saturday.

Ford is the number one selling pick up truck in North America.

Ford is the number one selling pick up truck in North America.

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