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The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 
The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
 

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We have a strong and committed sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers’ needs. Feel free to browse our inventory online, request more information about vehicles, set up a test drive or inquire about financing!

Disclaimer:

New vehicle pricing includes all offers and incentives. Tax, Title and Tags not included in vehicle prices shown and must be paid by the purchaser. While great effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, errors do occur so please verify information with a customer service rep. This is easily done by calling us at (219) 243-7272 or by visiting us at the dealership.

**With approved credit. Terms may vary. Monthly payments are only estimates derived from the vehicle price with a 72 month term, 4.9% interest and 20% downpayment.