Compare Ford Models for Sale in Ayer, MA

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The biggest part of buying a new vehicle is research. Gervais Ford has compiled a reference list of popular Ford vehicles for your convenience. You don't want to jump right at the first car you see. You need to learn the particular features, capabilities, sizes, fuel efficiencies, and other aspects of your vehicle before you sign on the dotted line. At our Ayer, MA Ford dealership, we have a wide selection of Ford vehicles that will fit nearly everyone's lifestyle. But what's right for you? Are you a spirited driver who loves getting behind the wheel? Do you have a large family you take on road trips and vacations? How much weight do you need to tow behind your truck? We'll help you narrow down your selection so you have a better idea when you visit us for a test drive. As always, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here for you to find the perfect Ford that meets your needs.

EcoSport Vs. Escape

The Escape has been Ford's go-to midsize SUV for years. The new EcoSport brings a new angle by bridging the gap between full-size sedans and SUVs. It's a smaller, nimbler subcompact SUV for those wanting to save on space as they drive around town. On the contrary, the Escape offers significantly more cargo and seating space. If you're one to go on long road trips or camping trips with two or more people, you'll enjoy the space. The Escape also provides more power options underneath the hood. Additionally, despite a larger engine and heavier vehicle, the Escape is more fuel-efficient than the EcoSport. The interiors of these vehicles are very similar. Infotainment screens, luxurious heated leather-trimmed seats, and excellent sound systems greet you every time you sit in the driver's seat. However, the EcoSport has the advantage when it comes to price. It comes in nearly $10,000 less than the larger Escape. While most agree that the Escape is a better all-around vehicle for a comfortable SUV, the EcoSport is a nice mixture of space and reliability with a competitive price tag and compact size.

Expedition Vs. Explorer

The Ford Expedition and Ford Explorer are popular choices for large SUVs for a multitude of reasons. Both vehicles provide spacious, reliable, and comfortable rides with plenty of customization options and features to tailor it to your own lifestyle. There are some differences, though, to consider before you select one.

For starters, the Ford Expedition is 10" longer and 6" higher than the Explorer, making it a true beast on the road. Both SUVs are more than capable of towing trailers and boats, but if you need to haul something significantly larger, the Expedition offers a 3.6L EcoBoost® V6 that will easily pull your payload. If you don't plan on towing or hauling as much, the Explorer is a great daily SUV while saving on mileage and space. The biggest question you need to ask yourself when deciding between these two models is how much space you'll need every day. If you have a large family or plan on taking several road trips with plenty of camping gear, the Expedition's added room will serve you nicely. If you don't need something as colossal but still enjoy a large SUV, the Explorer is still a tried and trusted weekend warrior and comfortable family-hauler. Both the Expedition and the Explorer share similar features and comforts such as excellent audio systems, back-up camera, infotainment systems, and much more to make your drive more comfortable and enjoyable.

Raptor Vs. Bronco

Both the Ford F-150 Raptor and the Ford Bronco are kings of the off-road adventures in their own rights. They're also quite different. While both are nearly guaranteed to put a smile on your face as you put your foot down and trample through the trails, it's important to identify their strengths and differences. Both of them come with upgraded suspensions, off-road wheels and tires, and beefy engines. We'll break down each one to take a closer look.

The Ford F-150 Raptor is without a doubt the most insane pickup currently in production. It comes standard with a roaring 450-horsepower twin-turbo 3.5L EcoBoost® engine launching you from 0-60mph in only 5.1 seconds. That puts you neck and neck with the Mustang GT. But it isn't just about speed. The Innovative Trail ControlSystems and performance package upgrades put this truck near the Baja race category. Not only will you be fast, but you'll be reliable as well, easily flying through off-road trails and dunes.

The Ford Bronco is a long-awaited return of an icon. With its baseline 2.3L inline-four engine, it makes 270 horsepower and 310 lb.-ft of torque, making it more than capable to take off-road for adventurous camping trips. Of course, you can upgrade to the 2.7L V-6, upping the ante to 310 ponies and 400 lb.-ft of torque. Speaking of off-road, you'll be king of the mountain with 11.6 inches of ground clearance and 3,500lbs of towing capability. With nostalgic notes and modern creature comforts, Ford has resurrected the Bronco to be a beast both on and off the road.

F-150 Vs. F-250

Ford's F-series trucks are America's best selling vehicles. Period. The biggest difference between the F-150 and F-250 are size and weight class. While the F-150 is classified as a light-duty truck, the F-250 is a three-quarter-ton heavy-duty workhorse. The F-150 is better suited for hauling lighter loads around town and through job sites with a comfortable and reliable ride. The stylistic design and practical features effortlessly pair class, convenience, and adaptability no matter where you go. The F-250 is what you need when no other truck will cut it. If you have large boats, trailers, or plan on pulling other significant payloads, this is the truck for you. Both of these pickups have nearly endless customization options from features, door options, drivetrains, engines, features, and much more. The F-series is incredibly adaptable. Let us know what you plan on doing with your truck, and we'll build the perfect solution together. Visit our Ayer, MA Ford dealership today to test drive your new F-150 or F-250.