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Ford Trucks and Cars in Medford, Oregon

Michael W. Frame

Recent Posts

Employee Spotlight: Cassie Jensen, Employee of the Month

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Oct 18, 2017

In our latest Employee Spotlight post, we'd like you to meet Cassie Jensen, our Employee of the Month! Cassie has been with us since August of 2016. 

Get to know Cassie and her responsibilities at Crater Lake Ford.

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Topics: Employee Spotlights

How to Avoid a Dead Medford Car Battery this Winter: Auto Repair Services at Crater Lake Ford

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Oct 17, 2017

The calendar may only say October, but we all know that winter will be here sooner than we think. To be prepared for the change in weather, you’ll most likely invest in some warm coats, boots, and gloves.  

You’re ready to take on winter, but what about your Medford vehicle?

Unfortunately, many people experience dead car batteries during the winter months, without realizing that many of these unfortunate incidents could be prevented with proper vehicle maintenance.

Take a look at the four things you need to do in order to prevent getting caught in the cold with a dead vehicle battery. In addition, learn how Medford Ford will check your vehicle’s battery, charging system, terminals, and cables for FREE when you schedule an oil change Medford or a Medford auto service.

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Topics: Auto Maintenance Tips

Better Than the Best: A Look at the New 2018 Ford F-150 at Your Medford Ford Dealer

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Oct 16, 2017

How do you improve what’s already the best? Ford did just that when they designed the new 2018 Ford F-150.

Words like dependable, strong, and tough often come to mind when describing America’s top-selling truck brand. But just what is new about the already impressive Ford F-150?

Many Ford dealers in Oregon see their fair share of trucks, but all will agree that this one is a show-stopper.

At Crater Lake Ford, we’re breaking down the newest and best features of the 2018 Ford F-150 that will make you want to head to your local Medford Ford dealer and buy America’s top-selling truck today!

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Topics: New Inventory

Employee Spotlight: Rich Outfleet, Employee of the Month

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Sep 13, 2017

In our latest Employee Spotlight post, we'd like you to meet Rich Outfleet, our Employee of the Month! Rich has been with us since December of 2006. 

Get to know Rich and his responsibilities at Crater Lake Ford and Crater Lake Mazda.

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Topics: Employee Spotlights

Embrace Fall with Incredible Deals on 2017 Ford F-150 and F-250 Trucks During Truck Month

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Sep 8, 2017

Have some summer projects that didn’t quite get finished during the summer months?

Fall is the perfect time to get out and get some work done.You know what you need to do to finish up that project, all you need now is the best Oregon truck that will help you get the job done.

At Crater Lake Ford, we’re celebrating the fall season in a big way. It's Truck Month and we’re offering thousands off MSRP for select 2017 Ford F-150 and F-250 trucks.

Read on to learn about the greatest features of the 2017 Ford F-150 and F-250 and how you can score a great deal on a new Medford truck.

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Topics: New Inventory

Help Wanted: We're Hiring for Multiple Positions at Crater Lake Ford!

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Aug 24, 2017

We're ready to add to our team at Crater Lake Ford. 

That's right, your Medford Ford dealership is currently looking for motivated candidates who are interested in the automotive industry and believe what we believe (as outlined in our brand promise) to join our team!

We're hiring a Vehicle Appearance Specialist, an Automotive Service Technician, a Cashier, and a Warranty Administrator. What does it take to be successful in these roles? Continue reading to find out!

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Topics: Medford News

Medford Purple Heart Run 2017 Recap

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Aug 16, 2017

On Thursday, July 27, the famous Purple Heart Run Ford F-150 Raptor pulled up to our dealership's doors, driven by a combat wounded and disabled veteran. 

This marked the start of a great day for an amazing cause. 

Crater Lake Ford was immensely honored to hold the Purple Heart Run event at our dealership. We want to extend a warm thank you to the Wounded Warriors Family Supportthe Military Order of the Purple Heart, and the amazing group of people who support this important cause. 

In this post, we take a look back on July 27, 2017, and commemorate the day of the Purple Heart Run in Medford.

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Topics: Medford News

3 Tips to Keeping Your Medford Vehicle's AC Unit Cool All Year Long

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Aug 9, 2017

School may be just around the corner, but summer isn’t over just yet. Before you haul out the backpacks and jackets, take some time to enjoy the remaining weeks of sunshine and all things summer.

Taking off in your Medford car for one final summer adventure is a great way to enjoy the remaining warm Oregon days. But what’s one thing that can ruin your awesome adventure? How about your vehicle’s air conditioning unit fizzing out, leaving you feeling hot and miserable during your ride?

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Topics: Auto Maintenance Tips

Oregon Ford Dealers Celebrate the Purple Heart Run July 27

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Jul 20, 2017

The Military Order of the Purple Heart, or MOPH, made up of military men and women who have received the Purple Heart Medal for wounds they suffered in combat, supports all veterans and their families through a variety of programs.

The 2017 Purple Heart Truck Run is one of these programs. Symbolizing "Mobility is Freedom", a combat wounded and disabled veteran is driving the purple Ford F-150 across the country to show appreciation for Americans who support military families. 
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Topics: Medford News

The Evolution of Auto Air: A Brief History of Car Air Conditioning Repair Medford

Posted by Michael W. Frame on Jul 12, 2017

It's the middle of July—prime time for sweating it out under the hot summer sun.

And car rides are no exception. Hopping into a vehicle during the summer months without immediately turning on the AC (or even running it for a few minutes before entering) is almost unheard of. 

But automotive air conditioners of today look and perform quite a bit different from those of the past. Understanding the history of automotive air conditioning can help you better appreciate the cool rides you get the pleasure of enjoying today. 

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Topics: Auto Maintenance Tips