2022 is shaping up to be a big year for the Ford Mustang with the launch of several new special editions. One of the coolest by far is the first-ever Stealth Edition Appearance Package, available for the 2022 Ford Mustang EcoBoost® Premium.
The 2022 Ford Mustang Stealth Edition lives up to its name with stylish black accents that add an aggressive, almost mysterious element. That includes cool-looking 19-inch Ebony Black wheels, a black performance rear wing, and a black pony badge at the center of the car’s iconic grille. You also get the same awesome clear tri-bar taillamps that you’ll find on the Ice White Edition.
“The black accents really give the car a whole new persona, sinister and sporty all at once,” said Ford Mustang Brand Manager Jim Owens. “Naturally, the package needed the right name. Stealth Edition says it all.”
The 2022 Ford Mustang EcoBoost® Premium is a great pony car on its own thanks to its 310-horsepower 2.3-liter EcoBoost®. When you add the Stealth Edition Appearance Package, you make it even clearer that you mean business when it comes to having fun.
In addition to the Stealth Edition Appearance Package, the 2022 Ford Mustang receives a new Coastal Limited Edition, Ice White Edition, and a Heritage Edition for the 760-horsepower Shelby GT500. Wanna learn more? Contact the team at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We’ll have all things Mustang ready to roll out when the 2022 pony car arrives next year.
One of the most exciting new options with the 2022 Ford Expedition is the first-ever Timberline trim. The most off-road-capable Expedition ever built, the Timberline offers a best-in-class ground clearance of 10.6 inches and a high-output 440-horsepower 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine. Add in unique styling elements like 18-inch high-gloss black-painted wheels and Deep Tangerine stitching throughout the cabin and you’ve got a full-size SUV that talks the talk and walks the walk.
The 2022 Ford Expedition is also the latest SUV in the lineup to add SYNC® 4 as the standard infotainment system. If you want the latest and most advanced tech, opt up to the SYNC® 4A and its largest-in-class 15.5-inch portrait touch screen. Both systems offer must-have upgrades like wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ and Ford Power-Up wireless updates.
And on top of all this, the Expedition Platinum becomes the latest vehicle from Ford to offer BlueCruise. This groundbreaking hands-free driving system works on more than 100,000 miles of divided highways across North America, letting you enjoy the ride with your hands off the steering wheel.
The new 2022 Ford Expedition will be available at Shults Ford Harmarville early next year. To learn more about how you can make this SUV yours, give us a call or send an email.
 Available 10.6 inches on Timberline trim. Class is Non-Premium Large Traditional Utility.
This past Father’s Day, Kelley Blue Book put together a list of the coolest vehicles for cool dads. At the top of the list of the 10 Coolest Father’s Day Cars Under $30,000 is none other than the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport — one of the coolest rides around today, bar none.
KBB.com’s Matt DeLorenzo says that the Ford Bronco is ideal if “your dad is rugged but doesn’t need a hardcore off-roader.” But don’t let this have you go thinking that the Bronco Sport can’t get down and double dirty. It boasts standard 4×4 capability and a H.O.S.S. suspension, which means it’s more than up for whatever challenge you put in its path.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is a dynamic choice for volleying between driving around Pittsburgh and hitting the trails, offering city-friendly proportions and all-terrain durability. Add that to an iconic, classic style that stands out and a heaping helping of cutting-edge tech, and you’ve got an SUV that’s ideal for any adventure.
Whether you’re a father yourself with kids who you want to share adventures with or looking to give back to your father or father figure for all they’ve done for you, the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport fits the bill. Check out this family-friendly, adventure-ready SUV at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Ford and State Farm teamed up to show the impact that driver-assist technology has on car insurance costs. The duo teamed up to exchange information over the past year that led to a 20 percent savings on rates for drivers with advanced driver-assistance systems.
By giving State Farm access to its Vehicle Build Data tool, the insurance provider was able to see how vehicles equipped with ADAS technologies tend to have fewer and less severe claims. State Farm then passed savings onto those drivers by lowering their rates.
“We’re finding solutions for the future by grounding everything in data, research and insights,” said State Farm Vice President of Operations Craig Isaacs. “What’s unique about this project is we’re not just looking at the make and model of a vehicle, but ultimately to the individual safety features on each vehicle.”
Ford strives to keep drivers safer with the new Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of technologies. Including features like Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking and the Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology is standard and available on a range of vehicles including the all-new F-150, Bronco Sport, and Mustang Mach-E.
Ford and State Farm will continue to expand its pilot for the insurance company’s customers who drive 2010 or newer Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury vehicles. If you want a new vehicle that works hard to keep you safer, check out the great selection of vehicles available at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Earlier this spring, Ford trotted out the most exclusive versions of its hottest new vehicles for a pair of great causes. The VIN 001 Ford Bronco and Mustang Mach 1 went up on the block at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale Arizona. When the hammers fell, the duo commanded a whopping $1,575,000 — all of which went to charity.
The first production version of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 sold for $500,000 on the first night of the 021 Barrett-Jackson Auction Scottsdale. That half-million-dollar haul went to JDRF, the longtime Ford partner whose goal is finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes. Ford and JDRF have worked together for 35 years, and Ford has raised more than $70 million for the cause.
On Saturday, the rights to the VIN 001 2021 Ford Bronco were up for grabs. There was plenty of action among bidders, and when all was said and done, a certain lucky someone dropped $1 million on the first Ford Bronco two-door to roll off an assembly line in 25 years. All of that money will support the Bronco Wild Fund, which Ford hopes will raise $5 million for important environmental causes.
If you missed your chance to get the VIN 001 Ford Bronco two-door or Mustang Mach 1, fear not. The 2021 Mustang Mach 1 is arriving at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And the wait for the 2021 Ford Bronco is nearly at an end — it should begin arriving in our showroom this summer.
It should come as little surprise that a big reason the Bronco Sport topped this year’s list was its substantial capabilities. With standard 4×4 and a Terrain Management System™ with G.O.A.T. Modes™, the Bronco Sport never has to get ready for adventure; it’s built into its DNA. That kind of eagerness for excitement — on top of a presentation that just flat out looks cool — put the Bronco Sport squarely atop KBB’s list.
“If you like to camp, bike, hike, or enjoy a day in the countryside, the Bronco Sport is one of the coolest ways to get there,” KBB writes.
And that is most certainly the truth. Every Bronco Sport can also be upgraded with a range of accessories that enhance its style and its capabilities. With available options like a Yakima® Skyrise HD tent and Yakima® Slim Shady awning, the Bronco Sport is the perfect companion for your next camping trip.
But the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport isn’t just cool because it can get out there and perform in the wild. It’s every bit as cool in the concrete jungle, delivering the style, comfort, and versatility drivers in Pittsburgh expect from Ford.
The all-new, all-cool Ford Bronco Sport is available now at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Schedule an appointment at our beautiful showroom and see why the Ford Bronco Sport is KBB’s choice for Coolest Car Under $30K.
By teaming with Google, Ford will start offering Android as the standard operating system for millions of models beginning in 2023. That means new Ford vehicles that you’ll find at Shults Ford Harmarville will come with Google apps and services right out of the gate. And don’t worry, Apple lovers: Ford vehicles will still support devices like the iPhone®.
“We are obsessed with creating must-have, distinctively Ford products and services,” said Ford CEO Jim Farley. “This integration will unleash our teams to innovate for Ford and Lincoln customers while seamlessly providing access to Google’s world-class apps and services.”
Among the features you’ll be able to use with the Android OS are Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play. Ford will also use the Google Cloud as its preferred cloud provider, giving the company access to advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.
The partnership will continue to bloom over the next six years with a strong focus on customers. Ford and Google have established a new joint group called Team Upshift, which will explore projects like improving the retail experience, giving drivers customized offers, and personalizing the ownership experience.
When the Ford and Google partnership brings Android OS to the Ford lineup, you’ll find it at the No. 1 Ford dealer in Pennsylvania. You’ll also find the best of what’s new with Ford today — from the all-new 2021 F-150 to the bold Bronco Sport — right here at Shults Ford Harmarville.
The all-new 2021 Ford F-150 and all-electric Mustang Mach-E have become quite the formidable duo. Both vehicles have won several major awards since debuting, often taking top honors at the same time. In November, they did it again: Green Car Journal named the F-150 its 2021 Green Truck of the Year and the Mustang Mach-E its 2021 Green Car of the Year.
There’s no denying that the 2021 Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E are powerhouses, but both also demonstrate a commitment to electrification. Each balances its impressive capability and speed with game-changing efficiency.
The 2021 Ford F-150 is available with a class-exclusive 3.5-liter PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6. When equipped with this engine — which also delivers more torque than any other in F-150 history — you’ll get a best-in-class combined fuel economy of 25 mpg and a max range of 750 miles on a full tank.*
With the 2021 Mustang Mach-E, Ford delivers an electric vehicle for the people. The new Mustang Mach-E boasts pony-inspired styling (and power), a spacious interior perfect for families, and some of the latest tech Ford has to offer. It also crushes range anxiety by delivering a maximum EPA-estimated range of 300 miles on a full charge.**
The 2021 Green Car Journal Green Car Awards are just some of the major prizes this dynamic duo have taken home in the past several months. If you want to see why the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E are proven winners, schedule a test drive in either (or both) vehicles at Shults Ford Harmarville in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
*Range calculation based on 30.6-gallon tank and EPA-estimated rating of 25 combined mpg. Actual range will vary.
**Based on full charge. Targeted range applies to an available configuration. Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviors, vehicle maintenance, lithium ion battery age and state of health. California Route 1 final EPA-estimated ratings expected in the 2020 calendar year.
Ford is planning to unleash its seventh-generation Ford Mustang within the next few years, and it might have a new trick up its sleeve. The next-gen Mustang could get an all-new Windsor V8, according to the head of Canada’s auto labor union.
After negotiating a new deal between his organization and Ford of Canada, Unifor President Jerry Dias revealed that the Windsor Engine plant will build a new 6.X-liter engine. He later spoke with the media and said he believes this engine will be a 6.8-liter V8 offered in the F-150 and Mustang.
According to Hagerty’s Sajeev Mehta, this could be a “de-stroked 7.3 Godzilla,” referring to the enormous pushrod 7.3-liter V8 offered with the new Super Duty. He suggests this would use aluminum rather than an iron block and overhead valves in place of overhead cams. In practical terms? This new Windsor V8 for the next-generation Mustang could be an absolute beast.
We have a while to wait before we figure out what’s in store. Ford will continue to make the current, sixth-generation Mustang through 2022, so there are still a few more years to enjoy the latest version of our beloved pony.
And it’s still going strong, too. Not only is the Shelby GT500 the most powerful street-legal car Ford has ever made, but the legendary automaker is bringing back the iconic Mustang Mach 1 in spring of 2021. Ford is also growing the Mustang stable with the Mach-E, the all-electric performance SUV available now at Shults Ford.
If you love the Mustang, Shults Ford Harmarville is your destination. Check out our selection of pony cars in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, then give us a call to set up your experience behind the wheel of this all-American dream car.
If you’ve ever struggled to park your vehicle before a fun outing in the city, you know how much of a hassle it can be. Fortunately, help just might be on the way. In a recent automated valet parking collaboration with two other companies, Ford showed how it’s working to make these kinds of headaches a thing of the past.
Ford teamed up with Bosch and Bedrock to display this new system in Detroit. The trial took place at Bedrock’s Assembly Garage, which was equipped with Bosch’s smart infrastructure tech. Ford contributed a specially equipped Escape SUV outfitted with vehicle-to-infrastructure, or V2I, communication capabilities.
To use this automated valet parking system, a driver simply drives the Escape to a marked spot in the garage. After exiting the vehicle, they use an app to automatically send the Escape to a parking space. Along the way, sensors placed throughout the garage steer the vehicle in the right direction — or stop it if a pedestrian or another vehicle gets in the way. This process is also used to retrieve the vehicle from its spot.
Ford noted that this system could eventually help garages use their space more efficiently — and help drivers save time and effort.
While V2I isn’t quite ready for production yet, it’s far from the only technology that Ford has developed to make your driving life easier. The Escape is currently available with Active Park Assist 2.0, a handy system that automatically steers the vehicle in and out of spaces for you.
To learn more about the Escape, Active Park Assist 2.0, and other great Ford offerings, stop in for a visit at Shults Ford of Harmarville in Pittsburgh.