|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 10:30 AM EDT||
LANSING, Mich., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ford Motor Company is getting ready for the release of many new 2015 Ford models that will feature innovative technology and excellent fuel efficiency by giving dealerships detailed information on each new model. Grand Ledge Ford, a Ford dealership in Lansing, Michigan, is taking this information and providing it to its customers on its new blog. With the informative blog posts now on its new website, consumers looking for a new car will now have all the necessary information needed to make the best buying decision when considering which new 2015 Ford model to buy.
The model specific blog posts on the new Grand Ledge Ford website are designed to help consumers research specific Ford models so they can learn more about each vehicle before heading to the Ford dealership to search for a new car. The new blog posts on its website have helped many customers find the information they need to buy the new car that fits their driving needs. With such a diverse and versatile inventory of new cars in Lansing, Michigan, drivers will be able to find just what they are looking for at Grand Ledge Ford.
New 2015 Ford models being highlighted on the Grand Ledge Ford blog include the 2015 Ford Explorer, 2015 Ford Mustang, 2015 Ford Edge, 2015 Ford Expedition, 2015 Ford Super Duty and the 2015 Ford F-150 in Lansing, Michigan. Each new Ford vehicle has something different to offer consumers so the information being provided on the 2015 Ford models has been very well received by consumers looking for valuable Ford research information.
To view the detailed 2015 Ford model information provided by Grand Ledge Ford, consumers are encouraged to visit the dealership's website at www.grandledgeford.com. The Ford dealership in Lansing, Michigan can also be contacted directly by calling 517-627-8100.
Media Contact: Jill Borgeson, Grand Ledge Ford, 517-627-8100, [email protected]
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SOURCE Grand Ledge Ford
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