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Natural Gas F-150 Headed to NJ Ford Dealer

The use of natural gas in Ford’s heavy duty trucks has been wildly successful, and drivers are excited to see the natural gas F-150. You’ll be able to find this innovation at our NJ Ford dealer later this fall!

 
 
The Ford F-150, which will soon be available as a natural gas vehicle in NJ
The Ford F-150, which will soon be available as a natural gas vehicle in NJ
PRLog - Aug. 30, 2013 - For many drivers, full size trucks still conjure thoughts of gas guzzling engines and high emissions. Innovations from Ford, though, have done wonders to alleviate this misguided stereotype for today’s pickup truck drivers.

Heavy duty Ford trucks, including the Ford F-450 and F-550 Super Duty models, have come a long way in the battle for reduced emissions and improved fuel efficiency. Tom’s Ford has been proud to play a crucial role in bringing these natural gas vehicles to NJ drivers.

The secret to these innovations is the Westport WiNG Power System, which allows trucks like these to make use of compressed natural gas as a source of fuel. These OEM-quality systems, which drivers can order right along with their new truck, allow for a drastically improved experience in terms of environmental impact and efficiency.

Compressed natural gas is an alternative fuel source, comprised primarily of methane. Unlike gasoline, compressed natural gas won’t have a negative impact on soil or ground water. It is also non-toxic and non-corrosive, as well as the cleanest of all fossil fuels. Best of all, its primary emissions are the same as those that we exhale every day.

Ford F-150 to Join the Ranks of Natural Gas Vehicles at Tom’s Ford

With so much to gain from the use of compressed natural gas as a fuel source, it’s only logical that drivers have been eager to see it implemented in Ford’s flagship pickup. Starting in September, drivers at Tom’s Ford will be able to order the natural gas F-150 with the Westport WiNG Power System.

This natural gas system outfits the 2014 Ford F-150 with a factory-installed gaseous-fuel prep package, including hardened valves, valve seats, pistons, and rings, which allow the truck to run on compressed natural gas in addition to gasoline with its existing 3.7L V6 engine.

A major development for pickup fans, this enhancement represents a major leap forward for both Ford and Tom’s Ford. Drivers can expect this clean and safe alternative to traditional diesel and gasoline to provide them with a practical solution to their low-emission needs.

For more information on the arrival of the compressed natural gas system for the Ford F-150, be sure to check in with Tom’s Ford by calling the dealership directly at (732) 264-1600 or by visiting online at http://www.tomsford.com today.

About Tom’s Ford:
Since opening our doors in 1962 in our original Matawan location, we at Tom’s Ford dealer serving Woodbridge NJ have kept a firm commitment to our customers. Our founder, Tom Lyttle, knew he had to make a difference by taking a previously bankrupt Ford dealership from losing money to one that would be profitable for many years to come. To do that he made a commitment to the community to provide not only competitive pricing, but a level of service that would build customer loyalty. We continually find ways to improve the customer experience so that your automotive experience is professional, simple, and fun. Our commitment to a quality customer experience is backed by countless awards.

Contact:
Tom’s Ford
200 New Jersey 35
Keyport, NJ 07735
(732) 264-1600
http://www.tomsford.com/page/ContactUsForm3/master/secondary

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