If you love the North American Truck of the Year™ Award-winning Ford Maverick but want something with just a bit more ruggedness, this is for you. For 2023, Ford offers the Maverick with its popular Tremor Off-Road Package, giving it even more capabilities for hitting trails and kicking up mud.
The Tremor Off-Road Package is available for the 2023 Ford Maverick XLT and Lariat, upgrading either truck with several must-haves for adventure. Additions with the Tremor option include a 1-inch suspension lift, reworked suspension for proper off-roading, and a unique version of the truck’s all-wheel-drive system with a twin-clutch rear-drive unit.
One of the coolest features of the 2023 Ford Maverick Tremor is Trail Control™, a feature that functions just like cruise control for the trail. Just engage this technology and your truck will forge ahead at a steady clip while you focus on steering around and over tough spots.
For as much as the Tremor package adds to the winning Ford Maverick formula, so much of what you love about it stays the same. It’s stylish — and even more so with unique Tremor Orange and blackout details — and it’s highly functional inside and out. Plus, you get a robust 2.0-liter EcoBoost® engine that allows you to tow up to 2,000 pounds and carry 1,200 pounds of payload.
The 2023 Ford Maverick Tremor will be available at Shults Ford in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, next year. Contact our team today to learn how you can order yours.
Ford is launching the latest version of its hands-free driving technology with a trio of helpful new features. BlueCruise 1.2 launches with the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E and is expected to roll out to additional vehicles in the upcoming model year.
What’s new for Ford BlueCruise 1.2?
Ford is adding three new features to BlueCruise 1.2:
Lane Change Assist: Allows you to make a hands-free lane change by tapping the turn signal
Predictive Speed Assist: Adjusts speed at curves and gives advance notice so you know what’s coming
In-Lane Repositioning: More subtle lane adjustments to help you stay within the lines, which Ford says will be extra noticeable when driving next to semi trucks
Ford BlueCruise reaches thousands of drivers
Ford’s hands-free driving technology has accumulated more than 16 million miles of use in around 14 months, making it one of the most successful technologies of its type today. In July, Ford expanded the availability of BlueCruise to around 15,000 drivers with 2021 F-150 trucks and 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric vehicles.
Between vehicles with BlueCruise installed and those that have received it via Ford Power-Up over-the-air updates, some 65,000 drivers (and counting) are now able to drive hands-free in over 130,000 miles of Hands-Free Blue Zones.
The 2023 Ford F-150 is coming to Shults Ford later this year, and it’s bringing the awesome new Heritage Edition with it. This new package, available for the XLT, celebrates 75 years of the Ford F-Series by throwing it back to a classic style.
With the 2023 Ford F-150 Heritage Edition, your truck will get a unique two-tone, A-B-A exterior style that evokes the vibe of trucks from the 1970s and 1980s. Heritage Edition models are available in five different color combinations
Antimatter Blue with Carbonized Gray on the top and bottom
Area 51 with Agate Black on the top and bottom
Atlas Blue with Agate Black on the top and bottom
Avalance with Agate Black on the top and bottom
Race Red with Carbonized Gray on the top and bottom
This is just the latest addition to the expanding F-150 lineup. Ford has also revealed a new off-road-ready Rattler trim and the amazing 700-horsepower Raptor R as the newest options coming to the F-150 family for 2023.
There’s arguably no new vehicle today that’s hotter than the 2022 Ford Maverick. The Maverick is winning over truck lovers (as well as drivers who never knew they wanted a truck), and it’s also scoring huge wins with critics and experts. Recently, Cars.com named the all-new Ford Maverick its choice for Best of the Year 2022.
“Not merely an affordable truck option, the Maverick is an exceptionally thoughtful, broadly appealing model that is significant enough among 2022’s new models that — for the second year in a row — we’ve named a pickup truck Cars.com’s Best of the Year,” wrote Cars.com’s editors.
There’s no shortage of points of praise for the 2022 Ford Maverick. Its low price and standard hybrid engine with incredible city fuel economy are certainly among those points, but there’s not enough that can be said about handy features like its DIY-friendly FLEXBED™, standard under-seat storage bins, and the Ford Integrated Tether System.
Ford has quite a hit on its hands with the Maverick thanks to all this, its city-friendly compact size, and a winning style that’s hard to ignore. This combination isn’t just racking up awards — it’s scored so well with drivers that it’s all sold out for 2022.
Vaughn Gitting Jr. and Loren Healey were first to cross the finish line in Hammertown in the No. 2567 Bronco 4600. They were followed by Brad and Roger Lovell in the No. 4621 Bronco 4600, who placed second, and Bailey Cole and Jason Scherer finishing third in the No. 13 Bronco 4600.
Ford sweeping the ULTRA4 4600 stock-class couldn’t be timelier for the Bronco. This huge achievement came shortly after Ford revealed the Bronco Raptor, the world’s first ULTRA4-inspired SUV. That beast will also be the most powerful street-legal Bronco ever built, delivering at least 400 horsepower.
As for the beast that won the 2022 King of Hammers, the Ford Bronco 4600 stock-class vehicle features the 2.7-liter EcoBoost® twin-turbo V6 and the High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension System. These features are also offered on the new 2022 Ford Bronco, which you can find right here at Shults Ford Wexford in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
For the fifth time in the past six years, Ford Credit has topped the J.D. Power U.S. Consumer Financing Satisfaction Study. This proves what so many Shults Ford Wexford customers already know — that Ford Credit makes it easy to own that dream vehicle you’ve always wanted.
Ford Credit topped the Customer Satisfaction Index Ranking for mass-market automakers with a total score of 867 out of 1,000. J.D. Power determines that score based on five key factors: account management, application and approval, billing and payment, customer orientation, and customer service experience.
Among those five factors, Ford Credit earned the highest customer satisfaction scores for account management, communication, and billing and payment. Ford also tots the fact that Ford Credit worked to ensure that superior customer satisfaction throughout the pandemic as well as the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage.
“The results show our efforts to improve our digital experiences, including adding flexibility for customers to manage their accounts and make payments, are delivering the ownership experience our customers want,” said Ford Credit Executive Vice President Craig Carrington.
The 2022 Ford Maverick is the first standard hybrid pickup truck in America, and it delivers incredible fuel economy. Final EPA ratings have been revealed, and it puts the Maverick in a class all its own with an amazing 42 mpg in the city.
Ford offers the all-new Maverick with a standard 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle full hybrid engine. Returning 42 mpg in the city as well as 33 mpg on the highway and 37 mpg combined, the Maverick hybrid offers comparable efficiency to sedans that do far less than a Ford truck.
“Our team set out to redefine what a truck could be with Maverick, and we’ve done that with an EPA-estimated 42 mpg city that beats the 2022 Honda Civic 1.5-liter four-cylinder automatic (variable gear ratio) gasoline engine,” said Ford Maverick Chief Engineer Chris Mazur. “At the same time, Maverick offers room for five and plenty of towing and hauling for weekend trips or do-it-yourself projects.”
When equipped with the standard hybrid, the 2022 Ford Maverick offers towing up to 2,000 pounds and 1,500 pounds of maximum payload. You’ll also get the convenience of FLEXBED™, an innovative 4.5-foot bed that’s easily customizable.
The 2022 Ford Maverick has arrived at Shults Ford in Pittsburgh. Visit one of our showrooms and see for yourself why this truck is a game-changer.
 EPA-estimated rating of 42 city/33 hwy/37 combined mpg. Actual mileage will vary.
If there’s one thing Ford fans know, it’s that the automaker is famous for being “Ford Tough.” However, Ford has an all-new slogan rolling out with its fresh ad campaign – Ford Proud.
The “Built Ford Proud” ad campaign debuted during the Michigan-Michigan State football game on October 21st. The purpose of the campaign is to focus on a different aspect of Ford – one that many Ford customers may not consider. Shifting from Ford “Tough” to Ford “Proud” focuses on loyalty and family.
Matt Van Dyke, Ford’s director of marketing communications, says the theme is intended to be “one umbrella that brings together” the entire lineup of Ford vehicles, from compact cars to commercial vans. Instead of just focusing on “tough,” which refers to trucks, the word “proud” instead applies to all Ford vehicles.
The ads also highlight one very important aspect of Ford – it’s a family name. Unlike many brands that are the result of mergers, Ford has always been “Ford” since its inception in 1903. One television ad says, “Let the other guys keep dreaming about the future, we’ll be the ones building it” while print ads read, “Born in Detroit. Made in America. Famous Worldwide.”
Today, St. Patrick’s Day is a day we celebrate all things Irish. But do you know where this day comes from? We are going to share the history of St. Patrick’s Day with you.
In Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated for over 1,000 years. It celebrates St. Patrick, who worked as a missionary. He incorporated a number of traditional Irish symbols into his teachings. It is believed that St. Patrick died on March 17th, which is why that day is St. Patrick’s Day.
The tradition made its way into the United States, and the very first St. Patrick’s Day parade was held on March 17, 1762 in New York City.
Over the years, the popularity of St. Patrick’s Day continued to grow with more parades being held across the country, including here in Pittsburgh. If you are going to the Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade this year, be sure to drive your Ford. With technologies such as back-up cameras, park assist, and blind spot alerts, your Ford will make sure you get there safely and squeeze into the perfect parking spot with ease.
You can even stop by Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford and pick out a new car in your favorite shade of green!
We all love spending time with our loved ones, watching an exciting show, and taking part in fun activities. But, new research from Ford shows that sports cars are a great way to feel good, especially if you drive them every day.
According to experts, “buzz moments” play a key role in our overall well-being. In Ford’s study, volunteers were hooked up to monitoring equipment that would track their heart rate and other biometric details to see which activities gave them the most “buzz moments.”
They then took part in activities like riding a roller coaster, sharing a passionate kiss with a loved one, taking a salsa dancing class, and driving a Ford performance car. Of all of these and other activities, only riding a roller coaster delivered more excitement than driving a sports car.
“A roller coaster may be good for a quick thrill, but it’s not great for getting you to work every day,” said Dr. Harry Witchel, Discipline Leader in Physiology. “This study shows how driving a performance car does much more than get you from A to B – it could be a valuable part of your daily wellbeing routine.”
To try this experiment for yourself, you can test drive a thrilling Ford Mustang or other fun-to-drive Fords right here at Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford.