Video Blog time with a 2013 Ford Mustang, 2013 Ford Explorer and a Wood Chuck!?

Uploaded by WaldorfFord on 30.01.2013

In this episode of our video blog we talk about and easy decision for your next family
trip, Show you why one of the seven deadly sins might not be so bad after all and go
up north to see how much wood a woodchuck can chuck!
It's Groundhog Day! I know not yet -- but pretty soon. Don't you have those days where
you feel like Bill Murray? Every year since 1887, on February 2nd Punxsutawney Phil
emerges from his burrow on Gobbler's Knob. Yes really it’s called Gobblers Knob. If
Phil sees his shadow, well have six more weeks of winter, if he doesn't we'll have an early
spring. The consensus of his devoted followers is that Phil has never been wrong. Of course
I assume they must be devoted followers I mean who else would get up before dawn just
to see a guy in a funny hat yank a woodchuck out of his hole. Now we know phil is not the
ultimate prognosticator his followers believe him to be. Did you know that Phil has seen
his shadow 99 times and only predicted an early spring 16 times? Maybe we should take
a road trip to Punxsutawney this year and see this spectacle for ourselves, then again
maybe not. I wouldn't want to get stuck in Groundhog Day, over and over and over.
Have you ever seen this Dream Boat on the road? If you have, then I am sure you are
aware that this is the All American Classic, the 2013 Ford Mustang!
For the 2013 model year Ford raises the bar yet again with an even more impressive lineup
of engines for this pony. Starting with V6 that thinks it’s a V8 with a MSRP of $22,000
and going all the way up to the big bad pin your butt to your seat Shelby GT500 Convertible;
the 2013 Mustang comes available in 10 Models! After years of lusting over this legendary
and most powerful V8 engine in the world, I finally got a chance to test this bad boy
out! It handles well. It’s fun to drive and fast; very fast from 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds
to be exact! But what do you expect, it is a Shelby after all. Did I hear you say you
“can’t drive 55?” Me too, plus it does great burnouts! =)
But there is a little more to this Mustang than burning rubber – it has aggressive
new styling as well. Its unique LED accents in the head & tail-lamps look so sleek at
night! From the sculpted body accents and redesigned front end; the 2013 Mustang is
smooth & modern with plenty of power! So if you have been dreaming of a vehicle
that merges intelligence & muscle (and not burning rubber) then I think you’ve met
your perfect match. Not online silly!!! I meant here - Waldorf Ford! Nobody does it
better than Waldorf Ford & Mustang! Looking for a vehicle that provides more room
for lots of people, luxury, and is more comfy? Then look no further; the 2013 Ford Explorer
is a crossover with SUV style! This best in class Explorer is fully capable to handle
whatever road you choose to go. The 4WD also comes with this clever Terrain Management
System. This thing will help you handle every sticky situation – believe me. It is great
for summer road trips when you decide to go camping. Remember, when all of a sudden you
decided to try that rugged off-roading? Well, yup it works for that. Also, wouldn’t it
be great to have if for winters around here? You know, for all these snow-covered roadways
in this yucky winter mix? This Explorer stands out from the most, offering
seven-passenger seating, great cargo space, navigation system, & SiriusXM traffic/travel
link to provide you the guidance and security you need.
With a MSRP starting at $29,000 you can choose from four different models. The standard 3.5L
V6 engine features great fuel economy. Great handling and a smooth ride, this crossover
is completely reliable – you’ll have no worries in is Explorer.
Well that’s it for this video blog. Don’t forget we post a new video on the first and
third Wednesday of every month, so make sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel so you
don’t miss one. If you want more information about what we talked about make sure to come
by and see us. Waldorf Dodge is located on route 301 in Waldorf just 15 minutes south
of Washington DC. Oh and if Phil sees his shadow on Saturday don’t worry, he’s hardly
ever right.