Category Archives: Parts and Accessories

2020 Ford Ranger and F-150 models parked off road

What is included with the Ford Performance Off-Road Leveling Kit?

Today’s pickups have, unsurprisingly, been built to be stronger and more durable than ever. If you’re currently in ownership of an F-150 or Ranger model, we have some awesome news for you from Ford itself – now, you can get a specialized Off-Road leveling kit for your model for maximum performance and precision when heading away from the pavement! Today, our Sherwood Ford team will be taking you through what’s included with the all-new Ford Performance Off-Road package, so you can see just how easy it is to take on any terrain. Read the rest of this entry >>

What is Ford Pass

Stay Connected to Your Ford Wherever You Are

What is the Ford Pass?

Do you have to look up your dealership service center every time you need a service scheduled? Do you take pictures of where you parked in a large parking lot to remember where your car is? What about wishing you had remote start, or trying to remember if you need to stop for gas on the way home? If you answered “Yes” to any of these, the FordPass App should definitely be on your wish list. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Ford F-150

Why you should buy a 2016 Ford F-150

It’s no secret that the F-150 is one of Ford’s most enduring classics. It has been the highest selling truck brand in Canada for the last 50 years, and even non-car guys can tell you what an F-150 is and who makes it. If you’re wondering why you should buy an F-150, take a look below to see what is new and improved for 2016. Read the rest of this entry >>

all-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive

All-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive

When searching for your next vehicle, you will likely have several questions to be answered before you can make a well-informed decision. For instance, if you’re on the lookout for a new SUV or pickup truck, then you’ve probably come across the terms all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Although some may use these terms interchangeably, they mean two different things. Here are some key differences between all-wheel and four-wheel drive. Read the rest of this entry >>