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Lease a Ford Model This Season – 100 Years of Motoring

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Lease a Ford Model This Season And Celebrate 100 Years of Motoring

Still wondering why you should choose Ford as your next vehicle to lease or purchase?

2011 marked one hundred years of Ford vehicles built in the UK with Ford remaining the leading manufacturer in terms of sales for over thirty years.

With Ford commercial vehicles retaining the overall top position in the commercial vehicle category, it’s clear that Ford is still our number one choice when it comes to a vehicle lease or purchase.

It is also evident that Ford is in pole position in terms of sales in the UK auto-market with records showing a total of 280,364 Ford units sold in 2010.

Ford Fiesta, the iconic small city car, takes first place as the best-selling model, with the Focus, one of the most technically advanced cars on the road, taking second place. Ford continues to go from strength to strength with the invention of such models as the Focus ST and the B-MAX.

More people choose Ford over any other vehicle brand in the UK, with Ford remaining the UKS best-selling vehicle for 39 consecutive years. Quite an achievement!

FORD. 100 Years of Motoring

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If you’re looking to purchase or lease a new Ford contact our sales team.  Alternatively, visit our website where you will find new and used Ford’s available for sale or on finance.

Thanks for visiting us today.

Andrew Kirkley

Andrew Kirkley

Director at OSV Ltd
Andrew enjoys: Movies and travelling to new cities to explore different cultures.

Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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