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Only At Borgman: Every New Mazda Gets a FREE 20-Year 200,000 Mile Warranty

April 7th, 2017


How Would It Feel To Drive Your New Mazda Vehicle Completely Free From Worry?

Borgman Mazda has some exciting news for our customers in Grand Rapids and West Michigan. Only at Borgman, Every New Mazda Vehicle we sell will include a FREE 20-Year, 200,000 Mile Warranty! If you’ve been thinking about buying a new Mazda or making a trade, there’s never been a better time to visit Borgman – West Michigan’s Exclusive Mazda Dealer.

The B-Free Borgman Mazda Warranty is backed by an “A” rated insurance company and administrator, and is provided by Nationwide Warranty Services. It covers the engine, transmission and other critical parts such as the axle shafts, wheel bearings, All-Wheel Drive components and more. Read the rest of this entry »

Ford Selects Grand Rapids, MI For City Of Tomorrow Challenge

July 10th, 2018

Ford and Grand Rapids Team Up Summer 2018 for the Ford Mobility Challenge - finding smart solutions to public transportation concerns

Borgman Ford Urges Grand Rapids & West Michigan Residents to Share Thoughts on Transportation

Borgman Ford has been serving the Grand Rapids and West Michigan community since 1960, and in that time we’ve had the unique pleasure of watching the city grow. In recent years, Grand Rapids has become a nationally-renowned destination for tourism, art, medicine, technology, and more. However, as more people flock here, the fastest-growing city in Michigan, issues with public transportation, traffic flow, parking, crosswalks, and other infrastructure have become more pronounced. The good news is, Ford is offering help.

We’re happy to share that Grand Rapids has been selected to participate in the Ford City of Tomorrow Challenge. This summer, Grand Rapids residents are encouraged to share their ideas in this crowdsourced, grassroots effort towards improving the transportation and infrastructure of their city. Read the rest of this entry »

A Closer Look at the New 2018 Mazda CX-5 Interior

July 6th, 2018

Have you seen the interior of the New 2018 Mazda CX-5? If not, Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids would be happy to give you the grand tour. There are a number of driver-focused tweaks and changes over the previous generation that allow you to comfortably adjust the stereo or climate settings, charge your devices or reach for a beverage – all while staying focused on the road.

Mazda put a lot of care and attention into the layout and design of the Mazda CX-5’s interior, and the best way to experience it is to visit our showroom and take one out for a spin. If you’re short on time though, we’ve also included some snippets from an article on InsideMazda: check out some of the highlights below!


1. The Center Console

As one of the most used storage areas in the vehicle, the center console saw refinements that give you smarter storage options. The charging ports under the armrest were moved in order to place your devices in a more convenient location while charging. It means you won’t be balancing your phone or getting wires twisted every time you adjust the radio volume.


2. The Glove Compartment

The glove compartment is often taken for granted and is usually slammed shut to prevent everything from falling out. However, Mazda designers understand that it also provides a useful compartment to keep important documents organized and your valuables out of sight. Designers reshaped its interior to comfortably accommodate a 10-inch tablet. They added premium materials to enhance the appearance and create a soft lining for storing devices. Of course, it’s up to you to figure out how much more can be crammed around the tablet. But rest assured that Mazda has gone the extra mile to help keep your devices pampered and protected.


3. The Rear Center Armrest

Previously, the rear center armrest was primarily used as a divider between squabbling siblings. Now, it can focus on a role as a storage and charging station. The rear center armrest in CX-5 Grand Touring models folds down to reveal storage for mobile devices and includes two optional USB charging ports to help keep second-row passengers connected, entertained and fully charged.

There are even more interior features to explore in the 2018 Mazda CX-5. Either check out the full list on, read a more in-depth feature here, or swing by the Borgman Mazda showroom for the full experience.


Test Drive The New 2018 Mazda CX-5 at Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids

Looking for the perfect SUV for your next adventure in West Michigan? Visit Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids and check out the stylish interior of the 2018 Mazda CX-5. Our staff will be more than happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have about the vehicle, but will never pressure you into a sale. Feel free to take your favorite out for a test drive and experience the driver-focused design of the cabin. If your test drive felt like it was over too soon, ask us about our Day Trader Program to make it an all-day affair while we appraise your trade-in.

Remember, every New Mazda from Borgman comes with our Free 20-Year 200,000 Mile Warranty. Come see why we’re West Michigan’s Exclusive Mazda Dealer!

Borgman How To: The Tao of Towing

July 3rd, 2018


Simple Guide to Towing Trailers, Boats, and Campers Across West Michigan

One of the best parts of driving a larger Ford Truck or SUV in West Michigan is being able to tow heavier toys along on your next adventure. Whether you’re towing a boat, a trailer loaded with dirt bikes or ATVs, campers, or even snowmobiles, there’s a rugged Ford vehicle that’s more than up to the task. Although, if you’re new to towing, you might have some questions about all the ins and outs. In this latest Borgman How To, we’ll cover some important mechanical, safety, and operating tips to get you towing like a pro in no time!

Be Kind To Your Powertrain!

This first part is very important: when you’re towing something, your vehicle is heavier and needs to work that much harder to get moving. If you don’t compensate for this, you could easily damage your engine, transmission, or both. Before you do anything, it will be worth reviewing your owner’s manual and double checking your towing and payload weight ratings, as well as any vehicle-specific information not covered here.

To illustrate why this is important, we’ll quickly go over how the engine and transmission work together. When you press the gas pedal, the engine spins and the more you press it down, the faster it goes. Without a transmission, the engine would have to work very hard to get the vehicle moving from a stop and rev much too high around 35mph – resulting in severe damage from both cases. Much like the gears on a bicycle, the transmission has different sets of gears for the different “stages” of acceleration. From a stop, the wheels spin slower but with much more force. The inverse is true in the higher gears.

When you add the extra weight of the trailer into this equation, you have to make sure the transmission doesn’t shift too early -which overworks the engine. There are a few easy rules to follow here:

  • Use Tow/Haul Mode if you have it. Otherwise, use whatever setting you have to turn off overdrive (the highest gear.)
  • If you tow heavier loads, in hot weather, or over long distances, it may be a good idea to have a transmission cooler installed.
  • Keep an eye on how your vehicle is shifting: lower gears are preferred when towing up hills.


Check All Of Your Connections

Since every vehicle is different, you’ll have to refer to your owner’s manual for the proper procedures when attaching and loading a trailer. There are some important things to check for though in any circumstance. First and foremost, make sure all of your tires are properly inflated – and this includes the ones on the trailer. Second, ensure your trailer’s brake/taillights are properly connected, attached, and working. While you’re back there, it’s worth noting that your trailer’s license plate is attached and visible as well. Third, check your tongue weight. Usually, you want 10% to 12% of the trailer’s weight resting on the tongue but this may differ from case to case. Finally, check your connection to the hitch, as well as the chains. These are your safety net should the hitch fail, so give them as much attention as the hitch itself. After 10 to 15 minutes of driving, safely pull over and check these again – sometimes bumps in the road can wiggle them loose.

Everything looking good? Now it’s time to get comfortable driving with a trailer!


The Secret To Safely Towing a Trailer: Practice, Practice, Practice.

Even if you feel confident about towing a trailer on public roads, it’s absolutely necessary to get acquainted with it before heading out. Have an experienced friend bring your rig to an empty parking lot so you can practice things like backing up, braking, making lane changes, and adjusting to the change in handling. The key is to do everything slow and steady.

Though some trailers come equipped with brake assistance, you’ll still be able to feel the extra weight when stopping. The heavier the load, the more pronounced this gets. Once you know what to expect, plan ahead and bring the rig to a stop with extra room to spare in front of you. There are two reasons for this. First is to give yourself some extra time to react should you miscalculate. The other reason is to allow about 10 feet or so to creep forward after coming to a complete stop. This releases some heat from the brake pads and rotors, guarding against “glazing” and prolonging their life.

Turning is also going to be much different – remember that the trailer is going to cut to the inside of your path so make sure you give it plenty of space!

Backing Up: You Can Do It!

Tao-of-Towing_Trailer-Backup-Assist_500x333Another thing you’ll need to experiment with is backing up, and just so you know: it can be very frustrating and counter-intuitive at first. Though many newer Ford Vehicles come equipped with Trailer Backup Assist, where all you have to do is turn a knob to steer the trailer, learning to do it the old-fashioned way is an invaluable skill to have.

Try this: grip the steering wheel on the sides and use only your mirrors to see. Go very slow. If the trailer needs to go right, raise your right hand. Raise your left to go left. If the trailer starts to “jackknife,” or forms an “L” shape relative to your vehicle, stop and slowly pull forward to straighten it out and try again. Jackknifing will put strain on the hitch and the trailer, so it should be avoided if possible. The important thing is to not give up – it’s not an easy thing to do, and will take practice and patience to get the hang of it. Once you’ve got it down, be sure to congratulate yourself and revel in your accomplishment!


Time To Hit The Road To Adventure!

Ok, so now you’re comfortable with the added length of your vehicle with trailer in tow, and know what to expect regarding acceleration, turning, and braking. It’s time to hitch up your camper or trailer and embark on your summer adventure! Be sure to run through the list above before setting out and double check all of your connections. If your trailer is taller than your vehicle, make sure you know the full height and plan your route accordingly. You’ll also be going slower than normal and stopping for gas more often, so give yourself some extra time. Once everything is in order and your load is properly secured, it’s time to head out.

Every time you stop after the first 10 minute “pull over and double check,” be in the habit of inspecting the trailer for anything out of place. On the road, keep an eye on other vehicles and where they are in relation to the back of the trailer. If you have your signal on and aren’t sure if it’s safe to merge, some drivers know to flash their lights to let you know the trailer is clear. This is common “trucker code” and hope it comes in handy – no matter which end of it you’re on.

What To Do If Your Trailer Starts Swaying or “Fishtailing.”

It happens to the best of us: the trailer gets a little squirrely out on the highway. This can happen because of a sudden gust of wind, the rush of air from a passing car, or making sudden movements. The best way to guard against this is referring to your owner’s manual for tips on loading the trailer and checking tongue weight or postponing the trip on windy days. Should you notice your trailer swaying on the road, here’s what you can do to save it.

First, stay calm and resist the urge to hit the brake – this will only make things worse. Take your foot off the gas and gently apply the trailer brake. Newer Ford Vehicles equipped with Trailer Sway Control will do this automatically. Do this in short pulses until it straightens out; the trailer moving slower than your vehicle will “drag it” and only allow it to move forward, not side-to-side. In an absolute worst-case scenario, you can speed up a little bit to correct it on the opposite end, assuming you have room in front of you. However, your first instinct should be to apply the trailer’s brakes and not your vehicle’s.


Be Aware, Be Safe, and Tow Like a Pro on Your Next Adventure in West Michigan

Planning your next trip to the lake or up north this summer? No matter if you’re going to use your new-found towing prowess or not, ensuring that your vehicle is in good working order is key to making your journey a success. The experts at the Borgman Service Center can help by performing a careful and thorough inspection of your vehicle’s critical components like the engine, transmission, brakes, tires, and more. We can even help with more advanced features like the Trailer Sway Control or Trailer Backup Assist too.

Take a look at our latest Service Specials or use our easy Online Service Scheduler to make your next appointment. During your visit, be sure to ask about our Lifetime Warranty on Brake Pads as well as our Low Price Guarantee on our selection of name-brand tires. Come see why Borgman is the Best in the West!

Ford & Vanderbilt University Study the Phantom Traffic Jam Phenomenon

June 29th, 2018

Photo of a traffic jam with no cause, or a "Phantom Traffic Jam" in West Michigan Interstate

Borgman Ford would like to wish everyone in West Michigan a fun, happy, and safe Fourth of July weekend. Though Independence Day isn’t until Wednesday, US 131, I-96, and I-196 are sure to be packed this weekend with people flocking up north or to the lakeshore.

If you’ve ever experienced a sudden stop on the expressway, and after crawling along for a while, discover there was no apparent reason for the slowdown, you’ve just witnessed a “Phantom Traffic Jam.” Apart from being a nuisance, Phantom Traffic Jams cause headaches for logistics companies too, so Ford and Vanderbilt University teamed up to identify the causes and how to prevent them. The biggest reason was reactionary braking, and we already have the tech for that: Ford’s Adaptive Cruise Control! Watch the video below and read some excerpts from the Official Ford Media Center to learn more.

We Have The Tech: Ford, Vanderbilt Show We Don’t Have To Wait For Self-Driving Cars To Mitigate Phantom Traffic Jams

Ford and Vanderbilt University researchers are demonstrating this week that so-called phantom traffic jams could be minimized with widespread use of adaptive cruise control available today in most Ford vehicles.

The team conducted what is believed to be the largest, most realistic demonstration of its kind, showing that existing technology could help minimize phantom traffic jams, which happen for seemingly no reason and can cause hazardous traffic backups.

On a closed Ford test track, 36 drivers simulated normal highway traffic using adaptive cruise control, which can automatically slow down and speed up to keep pace with the car in front without getting fatigued or distracted. Those drivers then drove the same course, but without the technology – meaning they had to manually brake and accelerate the vehicle.

The results: vehicles using adaptive cruise control reduced the impact of a braking event more than those vehicles without the activated technology. Even with just one in three vehicles using adaptive cruise control, the test yielded similar traffic-busting benefits.

“A fun Fourth of July family road trip can quickly become irritating when traffic slows to a crawl – especially once you learn there was no reason for the gridlock,” said Michael Kane, supervisor, Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology. “We encourage Ford owners who have adaptive cruise control to use it during their summer travels in the hope this smart technology today can be that first step to help ease commutes.”

Ford currently offers adaptive cruise control on 71 percent of U.S. models. To read the full article, visit

Test Drive a New Ford with Adaptive Cruise Control at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids!

If Adaptive Cruise Control sounds like something you’d like to have for your next adventure in West Michigan, visit Borgman Ford today and browse our selection of Ford Vehicles equipped with the new feature. It is available on most of the Ford lineup, so if it’s on your wishlist, let us know and we can order you the exact New Ford Vehicle you want.

If you have any questions about this or any other feature on a New Ford Vehicle, feel free to drop by and our staff will gladly help you out. We invite you to take any New Ford you’d like out for an Extended Test Drive, but will never pressure you into a sale. If it’s love at first drive, you’ll always get a Fair Trade Deal at Borgman: The Best in the West!

2018 Mazda CX-9 Given Top Scores in Government Crash Test

June 27th, 2018

Photo of the New 2018 Mazda CX-9 SUV, given a 5-Star Crash Test rating by the NHTSA and available at Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids, MI

Borgman Mazda is pleased to share with West Michigan that the 2018 Mazda CX-9 has been given a five-star rating – the highest possible score -from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s crash test. The New Mazda CX-9 is Mazda’s largest and most luxurious SUV offering, and now its proven to be one of the safest on the road. Read the rest of this entry »

Ford Granted Their Best Score Ever in J.D. Initial Quality Study

June 22nd, 2018

Borgman Ford is happy to report that Ford Motor Company has ranked number 2 among all automakers the 2018 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study. This is the second year in a row Ford has earned this spot, with the Ford F-Series Super Duty, Ford Expedition, and the Ford Mustang all receiving top honors in their segments. Read the rest of this entry »

Borgman Collision Center: De-Mystifying The Auto Insurance Claims Process in West MI

June 21st, 2018

Photo of a West Michigan Body Shop professional inspecting damage to a vehicle
Borgman Ford is Grand Rapids & West Michigan’s one stop shop for all of your collision repair needs. Whether you drive a Ford, Mazda, or any other make of vehicle, our experienced team of professionals will restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition.

If you’re visiting the Borgman Ford Collision Center, chances are you’re not having the best day of your life. Customers sometimes have to spend untold amounts of time on the phone with their insurance company, only to come away with incomplete or conflicting information.

Below, we’re going to go over a few common points of confusion when navigating the collision repair process. We’ll also highlight some of the services we provide to get your vehicle back on the road faster and lessen the inconvenience.

By Michigan Law, You Have The Right To Choose Your Own Body Shop

If you’ve ever been in an accident, right after reporting it to the police you usually spend some time on the phone with your insurance company. The insurance company may tell you exactly which shop to take your vehicle to. This might make you feel uneasy, and rightfully so – you may not know this shop or their reputation.

Choosing your own collision center is your decision by law. However, don’t expect the claims representative to just say, “Ok.” Remember the insurance companies have agreements with one or more shops in your area. They’ll want to send referrals to them in exchange for lower rates and the use of used or aftermarket parts. A common tactic used to funnel customers to their preferred shops is to warn them about possible delays, added hassle, special requirements, added cost or less warranty coverage, which wouldn’t be a problem with their preferred shop. Do not allow yourself to be pressured by this.

Insurance companies have certain expectations their preferred shop must maintain, so the insurance company who sends the most business their way, gets their rules followed more closely than others. So, if you are one of the unfortunate insureds who have insurance through a smaller company, you will be delayed in the repair process so the larger insurance companies get their needs taken care of first. We treat all customers fairly and perform the repairs as quickly as possible.

Rest assured: the Borgman Ford Collision Team has many years of experience negotiating with insurance companies and will do so on your behalf. We will make sure your vehicle gets thoroughly inspected, and the work gets done right the first time – complete with a lifetime warranty. We make every attempt to use original new parts as recommended by the manufacturer, even if we have to lose some money on the repairs. Your vehicle will also be returned to you in a timely fashion, no matter what kind of horror stories the adjuster is telling you over the phone.

“We will work with any insurer to get the job done, but we work to satisfy the customer’s needs first,” says John Workman, the Body Shop Manager at Borgman Collision. “Not officially partnering with insurers has allowed us to advocate for the owner – they’re ultimately who we want to leave happy.”

No, You Don’t Need An Estimate For Approval From Your Insurer

Although you will get an estimate for the cost of repairs to your vehicle from Borgman Ford, it may not necessary for the insurance company to have one before the process can begin. Your insurance company may accept our estimate or send their adjuster who inspects the damage to your vehicle and makes a determination as to what the cost of the damage is. The funds are intended to compensate your losses for the damage to the vehicle, and Borgman Ford can help by negotiating that amount to ensure that it’s enough to restore the vehicle to pre-incident condition. This brings us to our next point:

If Your Vehicle Is In Our Facility, The Adjuster Will Be Able To See Hidden Damage

Even if you were only in a minor fender-bender, there may be hidden damage to structural or mechanical components of your vehicle, so it’s worth having it looked over. Insurance adjusters are trained professionals that do this every day, but in some cases, it’s not always possible to inspect a vehicle fully when at your home or at a drive-up facility. Borgman Ford will ensure that the adjuster has the ability and resources to go through your vehicle with a fine-toothed comb while we act as an extra set of eyes during the process for you.

Choose Borgman Collision For Auto Accident Repair in Grand Rapids & West Michigan

If you’re involved in an auto accident while out cruising West Michigan, let the experts at Borgman Ford Collision take the hassle out of the insurance and repair process. No matter the extent of the damage, our team has many years of experience restoring all makes and models to their original condition and navigating the insurance claims process. As a “one-stop” collision repair center, we do everything we can to lessen the inconvenience for our customers. We work for you, the customer, not the insurance companies and we promise to keep your best interests in the forefront of the repair process. Here are some of the benefits of choosing us:

  • We work with all insurance companies
  • We service all makes and models
  • Lifetime warranty on workmanship for as long as you own the vehicle
  • Factory-trained and certified technicians
  • I-CAR Platinum certified technicians
  • I-CAR Gold certified shop for over 12 years
  • All-new aluminum F-150 Ford certified
  • We use as many factory OEM parts as possible
  • Pick-up and delivery service available
  • Free loaner vehicles available
  • Se Habla Español

Should you find yourself in need of our services, we’ll keep you moving and handle all the details so that you don’t have to! Give us a call at 616-249-8857 or visit our Collision Repair Center Page for more information.

The 2018 Ford Expedition Aces Government NHTSA Crash Test with 5-Star Rating

June 15th, 2018

The New 2018 Ford Expedition earned top government crash test ratings - keeping you and your family safer in West Michigan

The New Ford Expedition is a favorite of many West Michigan SUV shoppers. People with large families, adventure-seekers with toys to tow, or those looking for a premium driving experience gravitate towards the Ford Expedition because of its many features that accommodate those needs. Now, there’s another reason to consider the New Ford Expedition: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has awarded the Expedition with a 5-star crash test rating, and it’s the only SUV in its class to earn that rating.

This recent article published in the Official Ford Media Center tells more, see below for an excerpt.

Ford’s Red Hot Expedition Tops Government Crash Test Ratings With Five Stars, Making It Best Among Competition

The all-new 2018 Ford Expedition has earned the government’s highest possible crash test rating of five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, making this full-size SUV a leader in safety.

Expedition is equipped with dual seat belt pyrotechnic pretensioners in the anchor and retractor, which contributes to safety, helping to keep occupants in place in the event of a crash.

“As a father of four and longtime Expedition owner, safety was a top priority when engineering the entirely new Expedition,” said Andrew Kernahan, Ford Expedition chief program engineer. “We are proud of the many features Expedition offers today that help keep our customers safe on the road.”

You can read the full article by visiting

Available at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids, MI, the New 2018 Ford Expedition boasts top government crash test ratings.

Custom-Build Your New Ford Expedition at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids, MI

Borgman Ford is West Michigan’s proud home of the Ford Expedition – the safest SUV in its class, and the most spacious and luxurious vehicle in the New Ford Lineup.

If you’d like to drive home a New Ford Expedition, or simply explore options, visit our Online Showroom to compare all of the New 2018 Ford Expedition or the more spacious New Ford Expedition MAX. If you see one you like, we urge you to come check it out as soon as possible, because these SUVs sell quickly. We find that the best option for our Expedition customers is to meet with us and build the exact SUV they want, and we’ll have it delivered to our showroom as soon as possible.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to Contact Us. Come see why Borgman is the Best in the West!

The New Mazda3 Named Kelley Blue Book’s Coolest Car Under $20K for the 5th Year Straight!

June 12th, 2018

Mazda3 Named Kelley Blue Book’s Coolest New Car Under Twenty Thousand Dollars for the Fifth Year in a Row
Borgman Mazda was delighted to learn that the Mazda3 was placed at the top of’s Coolest New Car list for the 5th year in a row. Although, as any West Michigan Mazda driver will tell you, this isn’t terribly surprising either. The current generation of Mazda3 has many infotainment, comfort,  and driver-assist features not usually found in its class or price point. It has been engineered around Mazda’s Jinba Ittai design principles – a Japanese term used to describe the harmony between a horse and rider – which ensures a thrilling driving experience no matter where you’re going. All of this is supplemented by an impressive 40 highway mpg and a refined exterior body style.

This recent article from InsideMazda tells more about the Kelley Blue Book “cool cars” list and how they’re ranked. Here is an excerpt from the article.

Mazda3 Tops Kelley Blue Book’s Coolest New Cars For The Fifth Year In A Row

MP3 players, DVDs and PDAs – not many things have remained “cool” over the past 15 years. The compact Mazda3 is an exception, however, appearing on Kelley Blue Book’s 10 Coolest Cars list every year since the car debuted in 2003. To make the recognition even cooler, Mazda3 takes the No. 1 spot for the fifth year in a row.

“Available in both sedan and hatchback form, the Mazda3 offers practicality that appeals to compact car buyers, with sportiness that makes even daily chores more fun,” said Michael Harley, executive editor for Kelley Blue Book.

Two longstanding criteria – that the vehicle is both fun-to-drive and fun-to-own – are critical among the deciding factors of what Kelley Blue Book editors freely admit is a very subjective “cool factor,” which is also the overarching No. 1 criterion for a vehicle to place on this list. Each vehicle is available for purchase starting at under $20,000, using Kelley Blue Book’s Fair Purchase Price as the yardstick.

You can read the full article by visiting

Test Drive a New Mazda3 at Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids

Searching West Michigan for a great deal on a New Mazda3? Look no further than Borgman Mazda in Grand Rapids! Check out our selection of New Mazda3 Sedans and Hatchbacks, or any of our New Mazda Inventory and take your favorite out for a test drive. Our friendly and courteous sales staff will make sure all of your questions are answered, and will never rush you through the process or pressure you into a sale.

Remember, Every New Mazda sold at Borgman includes a Free 20-Year 200,000 Mile Warranty: an amenity you won’t find anywhere else. If you want to be sure a New Mazda is right for you, ask about our Day Trader Program and go for an all-day test drive. Come and see why Borgman is the Best in the West!

Ford Fund Awarding Ford Transit Vans to Deserving Non-Profit Disaster Relief Organizations

June 8th, 2018

Ford Fund is awarding custom Ford Transit Commercial Vans to innovative non-profits

Borgman Ford Commercial works with many different businesses in West Michigan to provide, customize, and service their fleet of Ford Transit Vans, Transit Connects, and F-Series Trucks. We’ve had the pleasure of working with a number of non-profit businesses too, all with their own unique needs and we welcome the challenge of meeting them within their budget. While we don’t see many disaster relief vehicles in this part of the country, there are places in the U.S. that need them all too frequently, especially going into Hurricane Season.

This latest article and video from the Official Ford Media Center tells more about the needs of non-profit disaster relief organizations and highlights the Ford Transit challenge the Ford Fund is running this summer. The most innovative disaster relief organizations will receive grants to build their perfect Transit Van! Read the rest of this entry »


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