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April 08, 2009

Ford Falls In Line, Offers Advantage Plan

Ford logo In light of slumping sales figures, Ford announced last week that they will be offering an assurance plan similar to those currently available for GM and Hyundai. Ford is hoping that the new program  that they call the Ford Advantage Plan  will help restore consumer confidence and get customers back into Ford dealerships

The Ford Advantage Plan is available now through June 1st, and can be applied to all Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles. The plan  offers zero percent financing and covers payments in excess of $700 for as many as 12 months in the event of the customer loosing his or her job.


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