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Big Ford News, Tiny Package

0 Comments 07 December 2011

Big Ford News, Tiny Package

After all the, well whatever the opposite of hype is, about the Bow Tie’s electric car toasting marshmallows as well as its drivers, it is time for the Blue Oval to who you how it is done.

The All New Electric Focus

Pay attention now because you won’t believe this until you do your own research. How much do you drive in the average day? Really think about it. You go to work, to the store, to pick up the kids, but even in a big city, how much driving is it really? I’m willing to bet you don’t quite drive a hundred miles per day. If you do, then you’re most likely an outside salesman of some kind, and that is a horse of a different color.

The reason I bring up the hundred number is simple, the new Ford Focus EV has a range of one hundred miles on a single charge. So what that means is the average person’s daily drive is done on little to zero gas! Now let us take a moment and think about what saving that kind of money not even at the pump, but avoiding it all together, could really do to change your life.

The Electric Focus has been a long time coming. It has been years of research, and for a really easy and simple idea of not wanting to release something that isn’t ready. What a concept huh? Too bad the General didn’t think about that one, but then again that’s what happens when the government has to bail your company out. That’s right, I said it!

So Louisville, Ford has what you want, whether it be an electric car that uses barely any gas at all to get you to the office, or a truck you know can work and won’t quit to get you to the field, we’re here to help. Here in Louisville, Ford Dealer or Ford Customer, it doesn’t matter. We’re all part of the same whole and it’s a really tasty pie. Get it? It’s a graph joke. Think about it some more, it’ll come to you.

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