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It’s that time again. Every year in March, Ford launches the American tradition: Ford Truck Month. It’s a tradition that’s nearly 100 years old. For the last 60 years, Ziems Ford Corners has been proudly celebrating Ford Truck Month. 

In 1917, the first purpose-built Ford truck rolled off the assembly line. The Ford Model TT is likely the most radically different Ford Model T variant ever produced. Its production forever changed the automotive industry – and the very nature of work itself. 

In 1948, the first F-Series truck emerged from the Highland Park plant, changing the long-term manufacturing of pick-up trucks. Eight years later, in 1961, a retired Air Force Pilot from St. Louis opened Ziems Ford Corners in Farmington, New Mexico changing Four Corners car buying forever. 

60 Years of Truck Months

Since our humble beginnings, when Joe Ziems first founded this dealership, the team at Ziems Ford Corners has proudly celebrated truck month. It’s the time of year when buyers can get the biggest savings, the best financing and the most robust warranties. Whether looking for an F-150, F-250, Super Duty or Ranger, Ziems has the truck you want at a price you’ll like. During truck month, Ford has a whole selection of “Bonus Packages” to choose from, making now the best time to buy that new Ford Truck.

And so it Continues

More than a century after creation, Ford trucks are still among the most iconic vehicles in the world. Today, the F-Series is America’s best-selling truck for its 44th consecutive year and best-selling vehicle for 39 years straight. When an icon gets to a certain age, automakers usually begin to rely on a certain level of nostalgia to help sell them. But the Ford F-Series puts all those cars to shame. In fact, for decades now, it has put everything to shame in the sales department. If you want to own an iconic legend of your own, call us at (888) 375-9581 or stop by Ziems Ford Corners to see why we’ve been the best for the last 60 years.

As you may know, this year marks our 60th anniversary here at Ziems Ford Corners. In the spirit of celebration, we wanted to take the time to celebrate one of Ford’s milestones. We are honored to share an anniversary with our Blue Oval brethren, and this year marks the 39th anniversary of the Ford Ranger. Born in 1982, the first-ever Ranger rolled off the assembly line of the Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky Jan. 18.  When the first trucks drove off the assembly line that day, they were driven by their new owners, all Ford employees. 

Humble Beginnings

The Ford Ranger didn’t start out as the midsize pickup truck we know and love today. Ford actually experimented with the nameplate for decades before it found its rightful place. The first Ford vehicle to bear the Ranger nameplate was a 1958 sedan, the Edsel Ranger, a vehicle that missed the mark. Then in 1967, Ford got significantly closer with the fifth generation of F-Series Pickup offering a top-of-the-line trim package dubbed the Ranger. In 1970, the popular Ranger trim level was joined by a Ranger XLT. 

The First Generation: 1982-1992

The Ranger became its own line instead of a trim option in the ‘80s. The F-150 was showing strong performance, but Ford knew that it needed a smaller pickup in its line-up. At the time, the only truck Ford offered that was smaller was the Ford Courier, a vehicle that was manufactured by Mazda but wore the blue oval with pride. So, Ford axed the Courier and ushered in its first in-house compact pickup: The Ranger. The Ford Ranger set itself apart by offering additional engine choices, and a bed length in six or seven feet. Almost a quarter million Rangers were sold in 1985 alone, but the Ranger’s top-selling years were still to come.

The Second Generation: 1993-1997

The second generation of the Ranger saw a major redesign with a reduced grille size and flared fenders for a more rounded look. This is the time when the Ranger became flush with options, from six-disc CD changers to the sporty “Splash” model. All the options aimed to make the Ranger appealing to a wide range of consumers, and in that quest, it was successful. Between 1993-1995, the Ranger sold more than 300,000 units per year.

The Electric Generation: 1998-2002

Always on the cutting edge, in the earliest of days in the history of EV’s Ford released an electric variant for the Ranger. It had a 65-mile range and could reach 65 miles per hour. At the end of the Ranger EV’s life, Ford elected to cease manufacturing and crush the remaining stock. However, die-hard owners refused to give up their vehicles and it is estimated that several hundred Ranger EVs still exist to this day. 

The Third Generation: 1998-2012

This is the generation that saw the Ranger put domestic sales on hold. It’s also the generation that saw the Ranger increase in size and grow closer to a full-size truck than a compact truck. 

What had once been one of Ford’s top performers struggled through 2012 as its worst year of all time. It was hard to see just why the once loved Ranger had fallen, and almost as soon as it left the market, customers realized how much they missed Ford’s smallest pickup. During its absence in the United States, however, the Ranger continued to be a top seller in international markets.

The Next Generation: 2019

After a seven-year American hiatus, the Ranger was rereleased in 2019. This fourth-generation Ranger offered light styling revisions for tougher looks with new grilles, an aluminum hood with dual bulges and a frame-mounted steel bumper. When the Ranger returned for the 2019 model year, it did so as the larger, mid-size pickup we know today.

The All-New 2021 Ford Ranger

The 2021 Ford Ranger is built adventure-ready with a high-strength steel frame and frame-mounted steel bumpers. Combine that with a class-exclusive, advanced turbocharged gas engine, and you can rely on your Ranger whether on the road or off. The new model year offers best-in-class torque and payload with a class-exclusive 10-speed SelectShift® transmission. Add the available Tremor off-road package for a commanding presence off-road or select from one of the six other available trim packages to make the Ranger your own. If you’re ready to hit the road for adventure, call or stop by Ziems Ford Corners today and find out for yourself why the Ford Ranger is so well-loved. 

It’s no secret that from the Four Corners to the ends of the world, Ford trucks have undeniable popularity. In fact, not even a global pandemic could break the incomparable streak of the Ford F-Series. Once again the F-150 reigned supreme and brought home the title of Best Selling Truck in America for the 44th year in a row.  At Ziems Ford Corners, we like to think of them as the swiss army knife of the truck world because they have it all. Want top-of-the-line luxury plus modern tech? Check. Are you seeking unmatched off-roading capability? Handled. Do you need an EPA-estimated range of 700 miles on a single tank of gas? Done. Is the versatility of massive cargo something you’re after? The F-150 has it covered. All that plus best in best-in-class towing, payload, torque and horsepower make this the truck that has it all. 

The Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is America’s best-selling vehicle and has been since 1977, the same year the first Apple II computer went on sale, and NASA tested its first space shuttle. Today, the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 is purpose-built from the ground up to be the toughest, most productive model ever. It’s a beast with brains to match. A truck that seamlessly merges premium-grade muscle with finely tuned intelligence and unmatched design. It’s relentlessly tough with a military-grade, aluminum-alloy body and torture-tested high-strength steel frame. This truck includes enough power to light up a house, and enough strength to tow or haul almost anything. With six trim levels plus the dune hopping F-150 Raptor and the city-dwelling F-150 Tremor, there’s a truck for every lifestyle. 

Legendary Loyalty

Since its earliest days, the F-Series has been the leader of the pack in the truck market. It’s one of the most iconic Ford models ever built only behind the Model T. With reliability and dependability under their hoods, vintage models still work alongside today’s high-tech versions. 

Today, there are more F-Series trucks on the road with odometer readings above 250,000 miles than any other brand. This truck is Built Ford Proud, and proud to be American-born and bred. Since its inception in 1948, the F-series has always been a leader and today the F-150 is in its fourteenth generation. That’s the kind of longevity that ultimately inspires some serious brand loyalty. There’s no need for nostalgic self-reflection on the F-150’s part; the F-Series is just as it always was, and as it will always be.

Drive a Legend Today

Ziems Ford Corners has the largest selection of new and used Ford F-150, F-250 and F-350 trucks in the area. If you want to see for yourself just why the F-series is the best-selling truck in America, call our sales team today at (888) 375-9581. Or go online to shop and schedule a test drive.  

 

The completely resigned 2021 Ford Escape was built for style, comfort and most importantly, fun. Here at Ziems Ford Corners, we know this all-new crossover was designed, engineered and built for a life in motion. From the new stylish cabin to the smooth-edged lines of the exterior, the 2021 Escape is ready for an on-the-go lifestyle.

Explore the Engines

For this model year, four different powertrains are being offered, two gas models, a hybrid and plug-in hybrid option. In 2005, Ford helped originate the hybrid SUV segment when it introduced the Escape Hybrid. Today, a decade and a half later, the 2021 Escape Hybrid has greater efficiency than ever with the plug-in hybrid offering 37 miles on electricity alone. Few competitors offer such electrified powertrains, and few are as engaging to drive as the Escape. Both Hybrid options have a 2.5L iVCT Atkinson-cycle hybrid engine. For gas engine models you can select from a 1.5L EcoBoost® or the 2.0L EcoBoost with Auto Start-Stop Technology. Both gasoline engines are paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Selectable Drive Modes

Each of these modes is designed to help improve your driving experience and handling, no matter where the road takes you. When the road of life is going smooth, Normal Mode is a perfect balance of excitement, comfort and convenience. For fuel efficiency, the Eco Mode is designed to deliver maximum fuel efficiency and increase driving range. Sport Mode increases throttle response, quicker shifting and a sportier steering experience. It also stiffens the suspension for better handling and control. If your drive is taking you through water, ice, sand or gravel Slippery Mode will keep you on track. When snowstorms are in the forecast, Deep Snow/Sand Mode will get you where you need to go. This mode is designed to maintain control of your vehicle in deep snow or dry sand. Once selected, each driving mode modifies the electronic stability control system as well as the traction control system. All with the touch of a button and without you having to do anything more.

Available AWD Disconnect

A feature designed to help save fuel, the All-Wheel Drive Disconnect can completely decouple the rear axle. The onboard system uses information from things such as traction control, brakes, windshield wipers, road conditions, outside temperature and vehicle speed. With the accumulated data, an algorithm determines the optimal torque split. If AWD is not necessary, turning off the function can result in reducing drag and the overall energy demands of the drivetrain. As soon as the CPU detects a need, the AWD is almost instantly brought back on-line.

The Right Technology for What’s Next

Keep your eyes on the road with the available Head-Up Display. This feature creates an image in front of the driver on the windshield minimizing the distraction of having to look at the instrument panel. The suite of driver-centric features in the Co-Pilot 360 Plus adds adaptive cruise control that works in stop-and-go traffic. This model year also adds traffic-sign recognition to its list of capabilities. The 2021 Ford Escape has the right features to take you confidently down the road to what’s next.

Live a Life in Motion

Come by Ziems Ford Corners to see and drive the all-new 2021 Ford Escape. This is one crossover that will truly set you up for a life in motion. With all-new color options for this model year, plus the features that you’ve come to know and love from Ford, this is the SUV you’ve been searching for.