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Seasonal vehicle maintenance worthy investment

Responsible car ownership includes keeping up with routine and seasonal maintenance. Your vehicle will perform at its highest level when properly maintained.

When fall arrives, it’s time to schedule an appointment for seasonal vehicle maintenance. While fall is usually the time to have your radiator flushed, if you’re using a high-quality antifreeze your car may not need it. We can tell you if it is...

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Get Tire Service Today, We Can Help


​Tire service is one of the most often forgotten about aspects of car care. The truth is that our tires are one of the most important parts of our car in terms of both performance, and safety. They are also one of the fastest-wearing parts of our vehicles. Tread wear, balding, and balance issues can all affect the ride comfort, stopping, and fuel economy of your vehicle. Most manufacturers recommend tire service every 15,000 miles, but if you do a lot of stop-and-go city driving, or if you drive more often than most people, you may need tire service…
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If Your 2017 Ford Focus was Built this June, Contact Bergey's Ford of Ambler About a Safety Recall

Dear Ford Focus customers, we've become aware of a new safety recall for the 2017 Ford Focus that may need your attention.

Before you panic, this recall only affects 698 vehicles sold in the United States, and only affects Focus models built between June 7 and June 12, 2017. If that doesn't apply to you, breathe a sigh of relief, and carry on. If it does, however, or if you're unsure, please contact our service department at (888…

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New Ford F-150 Standard Engine

The new 2018 Ford F-150 is bringing an all-new 3.3-liter V6. The optional engine models include a 2.7 EcoBoost V6, 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V8 engine, 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine, the Raptor's High-Output 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine, and the first Ford F-150 Power Stroke diesel.

The Standard 3.3-liter Ti-VCT V6 Engine

This new standard engine while smaller than the 2017 Ford F-150's standard 3.5-liter engine, does not sacrifice anything in power. Delivering the same 282 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque, the new standard engine brings a more fuel efficient engine to the…

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A Quiet Neighbor with the 2018 Ford Mustang

The upcoming 2018 Ford Mustang has a lot of features that are all about performance and fun but, if you ask us, one of the most interesting features involves being quieter! That's right: the 2018 Mustang has a new Quiet Exhaust mode that can muffle your exhaust noise so you can be the polite driver your neighbors always knew you were. Even better, there's a Quiet Start feature so it's less loud from the start and, with the Quiet Time setting, you can put specific times when Quiet Exhaust mode automatically comes on. Take a look below…

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Biggest Warning Signs Your Car Battery Needs Servicing

When your car battery is running in a peak state, all the things in your car that you take for granted are working perfectly fine. Consider the following warning signs there is a problem with your car battery:
  • The check-engine light that is on the instrument panel is either blinking or it is staying lit.
  • When you try to start the car in the morning, the engine cranks very slowly.
  • The headlights appear to be very dim once the car is running in the morning.
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Essential Guide to Road Trip Safety this Summer

Nothing can spoil a road trip worse than being stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car while the clock is ticking on your vacation. Instead of sitting on a highway waiting for help, here are some safety tips for having the safest possible time on the road.

Bring a tire gauge and keep in handy because you want to check the tire pressure each time you stop to get fuel along the trip.

By placing a set of jumper cables in the trunk, you are going to get fast help from anyone who pulls over…
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