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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.  

 

Have you ever wondered just how the Ford Bronco Sport came to be? It’s one of our favorite origin stories at Ziems Ford Corners. Raised by Goats is a riveting tale of a foal lost and alone in the treacherous mountains. Just when it seems that all may be lost for our young hero, a herd of mountain goats rescues the colt and raises him as their own. At first, he struggles with the rough waters, steep inclines and craggy terrain. But one day, he emerges from the cave sturdy, confident and immensely capable. The young horse transformed into the all-new, Ford Bronco® Sport.

Raised by Goats

With an origin story like that, one thing is clear, the all-new 2021 Bronco Sport will travel anywhere you need it to go. Journey into the wild with independent front and rear suspension, seven terrain management technologies, and all-wheel drive. Thanks to its rugged build, the Bronco Sport puts utility in the foreground with a purposeful design and standard 4×4, G.O.A.T. Modes™. This is one vehicle that was truly Built Wild™. 

G.O.A.T. Modes™ 

G.O.A.T stands for “Goes Over All Terrain,” an acronym that was the original internal code name for the 1966 Bronco. But now this acronym is taking things to a whole new level. The all-new Ford Bronco includes a total of eight available G.O.A.T. modes spread across the line-up. Five of the G.O.A.T. modes come standard across all six versions of the 2021 Bronco including Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco and Normal. Beyond the standard G.O.A.T. modes, there are three additional modes that cater to rougher roads and rocky paths. These modes are aimed at those who actually plan to take their Broncos into the wild via roads less traveled. 

  • Baja Mode
    The Baja mode improves driving ability in loose sand. It is available on the Badlands, Wildtrak and First Edition versions.
  • Mud/Rut Mode
    Mud/Rut Mode is available at any trim level beyond the base version. Choose this mode if your idea of adventure involves getting down and dirty in the muck.
  • Rock Crawl Mode
    Rock Crawl Mode is only available with the BadLands, First Edition and Black Diamond trims. It is perfect if you’re going to subject your Bronco to rocky terrain.

H.O.S.S. Suspension

Every Bronco Sport comes standard with the High-performance, Off-road, Stability, Suspension system (H.O.S.S.). The suspension, complemented by the Terrain Management System, is optimized to help drivers confidently and aggressively take on rugged terrain. Highlighted by uniquely tuned front struts with hydraulic rebound stops, it’s designed to provide a quieter less jarring off-road experience. In addition, monotube rear shocks provide improved response and more comfort offroad. Add in softer springs and anti-roll bars for greater articulation over obstacles and you’re left with impressive off-road capability. 

Ready For Adventure

Make basecamp set up a breeze with the innovative slide-out working table, part of the five-way configurable Cargo Management System. An available class-exclusive, 400-watt inverter and standard liftgate flood lamps illuminate up to 129 square feet keeping the adventure going after sundown. A flip-glass rear window, low-load floor cargo area, and overlanding-ready roof rack make roof-top tent camping easy. The Bronco Sport also offers more than 100 factory-backed and aftermarket accessories for maximum personalization. Not to mention four lifestyle bundles themed Bike, Snow, Water and Camping. Whatever you’re into, Bronco Sport is purpose-built for adventure.

Find Your Wild

If you’re ready to find your wild, stop by Ziems Ford Corners to see the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco Sport. We’re certain you’re going to love the newest addition to the Bronco Line-up. We kid you not! 

 

Two of the newest members of the 2021 Ford lineup are setting the bar higher by winning awards before they even hit showrooms. The Ford Mustang Mach-E and the Ford F-150 have been named the 2021 Green Car and Truck of the Year by Green Car Journal. And that means Ziems Ford Corners is officially going green! We couldn’t be prouder knowing that Ford is on the path to meeting its sustainability commitments. No matter your drive style, these two vehicles bring something for Ford lovers everywhere to anticipate.

Green Car of the Year: Mustang Mach-E

As you know, the Mustang Mach-E is something Ziems Ford has been excited about for a long time. The Mach-E is the perfect expansion to the Mustang stable offering a suite of SUV perks while honoring Mustang’s well-established heritage and lineage. It provides an array of brand-new Ford tech at your fingertips, with top performance plus an eco-friendly footprint. The Mustang Mach-E has an unparalleled level of options making it a great choice for any driver. As a five-door crossover, The Mach-E sets itself apart from the two-door Mustang coupe it joins in the stable. But even though the Mach-E suggests a more futuristic DNA, key Mustang influences throughout let us know it is still the Mustang lineage. Even without the Mustang badging, fans will recognize the long hood, aggressive headlights and tri-bar taillights. Choose from four eco-friendly models varying in battery capacity and powertrain.

Green Truck of the Year: Ford F-150

America’s Best Selling Truck just got even better. The all-new 2021 Ford F-150 comes with an unrivaled 3.5-liter PowerBoost hybrid powertrain. That makes the 2021 F-150 the only full hybrid powertrain available in a pickup and the only one that’s Built Ford Tough. Combine that powertrain with the F-150’s high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body, and you’ll find a whole new league of pickup trucks. The F-150 also offers the highest maximum towing, payload, torque and horsepower of any full-size light-duty truck. This could be the strongest truck to ever hit the light-duty segment. But don’t let all that power and performance fool you. Thanks to its hybrid engine, the 2021 F-150 boasts an efficient EPA-estimated range of about 700 miles on a single tank of gas. And the awe doesn’t end there, most F-150s are also available with a built-in generator, which comes standard on the hybrid. Ideal for work or play, it can power electrical equipment like power tools, lights and campsite gear.

Get Your Green Car or Truck at Ziems Ford

The team at Ziems Ford Corners is ready to get you in the green car or truck of your dreams. Contact our team today or visit our Farmington dealership to learn more about these eco-friendly Ford offerings. 2021 is looking green, and it may just be our favorite color.