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Matt Ford provides Kansas City business owners with wide selection of commercial vehicles

Ford Super Duty F-250 and Ford Transit Connect among the newest models to arrive at the dealership

KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A growing number of Kansas City, MO business owners continue to turn to Matt Ford for all of their automotive needs. The dealership offers a variety of consumer-grade models, but they also offer a variety of affordable commercial vehicles such as the 2014 Ford Super Duty F-250 pickup truck and the spacious and versatile 2014 Ford Transit Connect cargo van.

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To assist consumers in learning more about both of the commercial vehicles, Matt Ford has added two  new model-specific Web pages to their responsive website, which highlight some of the features of each of the extremely capable commercial vehicles.

Business owners in the market for a pickup truck that is able to tow a great deal of weight are sure to find that the 2014 Ford Super Duty F-250 is the commercial vehicle that best suits the needs of their business. The heavy-duty pickup comes available with a diesel-fueled V-8 engine which comes turbocharged to provide best-in-class horsepower and torque outputs. When firing on all cylinders, the V8 Turbo Diesel engine is able to produce around 800 pound-feet of torque, allowing the Ford F-250 to deliver a segment-leading towing capacity of 18,500 pounds.

To assist in keeping the pickup and its load under control at all times, the 2014 Ford F-250 comes with a variety of standard and available safety features that include, but are not limited to, towing and hauling mode, an engine exhaust braking function, hill start and descent control, an electronic locking rear differential and a class-exclusive trailer brake control.

The 2014 Ford Transit Connect is just as versatile as the Ford F-250, but it comes equipped with a completely different set of capabilities. The cargo van is a great vehicle for businesses that provide delivery or transportation services. Perhaps the greatest feature of the Ford Transit Connect is that it's available in a number of different configurations, helping it to cater to a wide variety of businesses. The van can be bought with or without seats which allows business owners that don't require seating to save money.

To view the complete model overviews of the commercial vehicles available at Matt Ford in Kansas City, MO, be sure to visit the dealership's website at www.mattford.com. Further questions about either the Ford Super Duty F-250 or the Ford Transit Connect can be directed to the Matt Ford sales staff, which can be reached through the website, or by phone at 816-650-3136.

Media Contact: Geoff Barker, Matt Ford, 816-650-3136, [email protected]

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