carIt is no surprise to see someone driving a Ford car. They are some of the most common cars on the road. This is because Ford is a hugely beloved brand of car, tracing its long history back to 1903, when it was founded by Henry Ford. A number of ‘firsts’ in the motoring industry are credited to Ford. It introduced the first moving car assembly line in 1913. It created the first engine with a removable cylinder head in 1908. In 1930, Ford built the first car with safety glass in the windscreen, on the Ford Model A. And in 1932, Ford launched the first low-priced car with a V8 engine. They aim to keep making their vehicles better, introducing clever features to improve the driving experience, as well as broad design changes like Kinetic Design. It is thanks to the company’s talent for pioneering innovation that Ford is the second largest automobile manufacturer in America and the fifth largest in the world.

How to join the Ford club

Those yearning to join the very large ensemble of Ford drivers ought to seek out their local Ford car dealer today. These dealers will be able to steer them in the direction of brand new models fresh out of the production workshop, or older, used models for those who want to drive around in a piece of motoring history.

This choice of cars includes the Ford B-Max, a compact city car with an automatic braking system called Active City Stop, and a ground-breaking music system called Ford SYNC. There is the smooth, stylish Ford Focus, with its clever Control Blade Independent Rear Suspension. Then there is the durable Ford Ranger, with its 4-wheel anti-lock braking system and strong, rigid frame, perfect for the most difficult and challenging terrain. Also on the vehicle menu are the quirky Ford Ka, the 7-seater Ford Galaxy and the beloved and economical Ford Fiesta, which has been through many generations and is still popular with drivers.

Ford dealerships look after the sales of these iconic cars, servicing and repairing them, and the supply of parts. With a historic commitment to customer service, they will also advise on deals and finance packages to help buyers make their purchase with complete peace of mind.