Brand new in design for 2008, the Ford Focus takes center stage as a midsize coupe and sedan that seems just right for today’s car buyer. Completely redesigned from the ground up the ’08 Ford Focus looks a lot like midsize sedans coming from Honda or Toyota than it does to its aging predecessor from Ford. And that’s a good thing.
Brand new in design for 2008, the Ford Focus takes center stage as a midsize coupe and sedan that seems just right for today’s car buyer. Completely redesigned from the ground up the ’08 Ford Focus looks a lot like midsize sedans coming from Honda or Toyota than it does to its aging predecessor from Ford. And that’s a good thing. Outside the Focus wears a three-bar grill, geometric headlamps, raised side body beltline and new side vents that gives this icon from Ford a new, fresh, aggressive remodel.
And where you can test drive the Ford Focus for 2008? Take a drive to Santan Ford, 1429 E. Motorplex Loop in Gilbert. This brand new dealership is set to serve the southeast Valley communities of Queen Creek, Chandler, Mesa, and Gilbert. Close to all of the East Valley, Santan Ford believes in a win/ win philosophy towards its customers. The folks at Santan Ford know you have other dealerships looking for your business. That’s why they’ve created a customer promise based on the feedback they’ve heard from you. The choices available at Santan Ford are there to meet or exceed your expectations when choosing and buying your new Ford car, truck, or SUV. Sales representatives at Santan Ford are not only trained in the technological workings of each car or truck they sell but they are chosen for their ability to relate to customers one-on-one and to have fun! When you love what you do for a living you can’t help but share the enthusiasm. And at Santan Ford that enthusiasm to win your business starts the moment you decide what model of new Ford is right for you. The vision of Santan Ford is to be the most sought after Ford dealership in Arizona. The values of Santan Ford are there for all customers to see: Integrity, Passion, Innovation, Respect, and Community. Come see for yourself why Santan Ford is working hard to be a cut above your expectations of a new car dealership.
Right now Santan Ford is giving back to the community through the “Buy Dan’s Ride and Help Kid’s Thrive” program. Detour Dan Beach, popular traffic personality at KTAR is giving back his F-150 King Ranch Truck. The customer who purcahases the Detour Dan Demo will automatically send $2,500, donated by Santan Ford to Gilbert Education Foundation Technology, a program that allows teachers to bring innovative technology to the classroom.
Santan Ford is located just north of the Loop 202 near the Val Vista Drive exit. The dealership is open Monday through Friday 8am to 9pm, Saturday’s 8am to 7pm and Sunday’s 10am to 6pm. Or you can visit them online at www.santanford.com. And while you’re there ask for a demo ride in the 2008 Ford Focus where passengers enjoy the redesigned interior with a dashboard having center mounted HVAC/stereo readout positioned just below the windshield. Dashboard lights are a new “ice blue” and sound-deadening inserts create a much quieter, more solid ride.
The ’08 Focus will be among the first Ford products to carry the “Ford Sync” in car communication system giving the driver hands-free cell phone communication and portable music players. Phone calls become speaker-style through the cars own speaker system. Ipods and MP3 players have plug-ins. You can even carry on your cell phone conversation when you first enter the car by simply touching the telephone button on the steering wheel. Now you are instantly connects you to the hands-free speaker system for continued conversation while you concentrate on the road. Come check out the new, beautiful, state-of-the art Santan Ford dealership and test drive the all new 2008 Ford Focus and see for yourself why you’re noticing so many of these great new midsize vehicles “On The Road” today!
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