Football Tailgating Hacks for your Ford F-150

There is nothing better than going to a Washington Redskins game with your family and friends, enjoying the atmosphere, the smell of hamburgers and hot dogs cooking, and the all-around good time you have, even before the game starts.

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We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite tailgating tips that you are sure to love, and you can put them to great use in your brand new Ford F-150 this year!

  • Keep a toolbox in the back of your truck, stocked full of cooking utensils, silverware, trash bags, condiments and other essentials that are easy to forget when rushing to the game. Having these items available to you without having to pack them each time will save you a ton of time.
  • Cut up and prepare all of your fixings beforehand—shape your burger patties and refrigerate between wax paper sheets, cut up all lettuce, tomato and onions so that they’re ready to go before you head to the game. Pack all of your perishable items into a cooler with plenty of ice, and load it into your F-150.
  • Throw a large plastic bin into the back of your F-150 to bring back used dishes and trash that may not have made it to a garbage can. Fill an old laundry detergent jug with water to use as a hand sanitizing station.
  • Keep a metal bucket in the back of your F-150 to throw potentially hot grilling ashes into, rather than leaving them in the grill or on-site.
  • Buy an inexpensive set of plastic drawers and keep them in the back of your truck. Keep the drawers stocked full of essentials like cooking spray, aluminum foil, plastic cups or utensils, and paper plates.

Keeping all of these items in the back of your F-150 might not seem ideal, but, with a cover on the bed of your truck, you’ll hardly even know they are there. Visit us online to discover bedcovers and liners to get your F-150 ready for football season

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Fourth of July Sales Event

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Waldorf Ford wants to invite you to celebrate our great nation this Fourth of July with some of the best selling Ford brands across America. We are offering bargains such as 0% for 72 months plus the $1,000 Smart Bonus plus the $1,000 military/first responders bonus. Take the Ford F-series for example, which has been the leader of American trucks for decades and you can count on us to be one of the top Ford dealerships in Maryland to purchase the F-150 for work or home.

For almost 40 years, the Ford F-Series has been the king of American trucks and Ford customers know why. Not only is the Ford F-Series the best selling truck across America but Waldorf Ford is the best Ford dealership in Maryland to grab that 2016 F-150 that fits the needs of you and your entire family.

With front and rear shocks that are gas-pressurized and brakes that feature power 4-wheel anti-lock vented discs, the F-150 keeps the driver in control. These features assists you in going anywhere behind the wheel of your 2016 F-150, as offroading will be an absolute breeze. Summer is your time to get away and the F-150 allows you to go anywhere you want.

We are also thrilled to announce that the 2017 Escape has arrived. Escape this Fourth of July season in your new 2017 Escape. With two new powertrains available, the Escape has a new engine design. The Escape SE and Escape Titanium are equipped with a new 180-horsepower 1.5-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder.

You are also able to purchase your 2017 Ford Escape with an optional 2.0L twin-scroll turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder that grants the Escape 245 horsepower. These different engine options have six-speed automatic transmissions and paddle-shifters that are available in the SE and Titanium models.

So come visit your favorite Ford dealership in Maryland, Waldorf Ford, at 2440 Crain Hwy Waldorf, MD 20601 to take part in the Fourth of July fun. You can also give us a call at (888) 709-3528 to ask about what festivities we have planned for the Fourth of July!

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Holy Truck! 2015 Ford F-150 Is Better Than Ever

For the last few months all I’ve been hearing about is the 2015 Ford F-150 and today I got the chance to test drive one. First off, believe everything you read by the automotive critics when they tell you that this truck is going to be the hottest truck of the year! I’m a truck guy, I’ve been driving an F-series truck since the age of 16, so I’m going to be it’s biggest critic.

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2015 Ford F-150 XLT at Waldorf Ford

The first thing I did was walk around the truck to inspect the body lines, feel the new aluminum body, and jump up in the bed. Ford did a fantastic job with this aggressive looking front end. To me it’s a more manly look the way the hood lines flow into the chrome horseshoe shaped grill. Notice the fog lights, last year we had circular fog lights, this year Ford squared them up to compliment the rest of the edges on the front end.

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When I got to the back of the truck I opened up the tailgate. As a matter of fact I opened the tailgate about three times because I couldn’t believe how light it was! And don’t get it twisted, it wasn’t light in a poor quality way but light in a performance perspective. The tailgate was thick too, unlike a lot of other tailgates I’ve opened. Everything felt secure on the back end, and looked really well. You can see in this photo how well that body line about 6 inches down from the top wraps around the bed of the F-150 across the taillights and onto the tailgate. IMG_0208

So from here I was eager to see the interior so I jumped on in with no hesitation. Immediately I noticed the new dash that Ford has created. That rectangle – horseshoe look that we saw on the front end is replicated into the dash using the chrome outlined air vents, and SYNC entertainment system. Attention to detail is important, and Ford executed the appearance of this F-150 really well. IMG_0202

Though it’s only a minor component to this masterpiece, the power outlets on the dash of the ’15 Ford F-150 meet the needs of all consumers. From your traditional cigarette lighter socket, to a 110-V household power socket, to USB, this blue oval beast can charge about everything. IMG_0203 (1)

My next highlight is going to be the space in this 2015 F-150, which for me hasn’t been a problem because the more recent F-150’s have always had plenty of room. But what I’m so excited about is the extra width of this truck. I first noticed this when I sat in the back seat of the truck. I’m 6ft. 1in. and this was my position in the backseat with the driver’s seat fitted to another 6ft. person. A lot of room right? And not only room in front of me, but room to the side as well! I felt like 3 large adults could sit comfortably next to each other with out breaking into ones’ personal space.
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Fellas have you ever rode in a truck with your buddy or co-worker and kept bumping elbows because the arm rest was just too narrow? Awkward, I know! You won’t have this problem in the 2015 F-150 unless of course you and your passenger are built like the Incredible Hulk. Ford used it’s extra cab width right by making more room in the middle for arms, or perhaps another person. IMG_0206

Now, the best part of this whole first experience was putting this tough monster on the highway! As soon as I let the break out, and turned out of the parking spot I could tell that the truck drove smooth. The steering wheel felt right, everything rolled like I was floating on a magic carpet. For a minute there I forgot I was driving a truck. Then, as I entered onto the highway I put the pedal to the metal to see what this bad boy had in it. Wow! That 3.5L Ecoboost  V6 had my jaw on the floor, and the wheels turning. I couldn’t believe there was just 6 cylinders to this machine and not eight. I’ve had a V8 in all of my trucks, but to be honest, none of them really gave me the thrill that the ’15 just did. From the acceleration, to the breaking, and turning the ’15 Ford F-150 had me wishing I could drive this every day.

So now you know my thoughts on the highly anticipated 2015 Ford F-150 at first glance. It’s your turn to come into Waldorf Ford and experience the thrill of the 2015 truck of the year.

2440 Crain Hwy Waldorf, MD 20601

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