Why Get an EcoBoost Engine?

Ford is always striving to be the best. That’s why they developed an amazing new engine to remain at the top. It doesn’t just have efficiency, it has power, too, for the ultimate engine. Here’s why you should consider a vehicle with an EcoBoost engine!

Ford F-150 EcoBoost Engine - Sauk City, WI

Test drive a new F-150 or any model offering an EcoBoost engine to see the difference for yourself.

So first off, what exactly is the EcoBoost engine? It’s got the ideal combination of turbocharging and direct fuel injection to bring you fuel efficiency and power, all in one package. So, why would you want it?

Save Fuel Money

Since an EcoBoost engine is high in efficiency, you’ll be saving money when it comes to the gas station! You’ll also have a hand in reducing carbon emissions and improving the environment!

Feel the Power

You’ll still get to have plenty of fun even with top efficiency. The EcoBoost gives you incredible power since it’s constantly charging. That “boost” is what makes you feel like a race car driver!

Save Overall Money!

Since the EcoBoost engine has a combination of both efficiency and power, you’re getting both without paying the higher sticker price that comes with hybrids or sports cars.

Have you decided you want this amazing engine, or maybe just want to try one out? Ask Courtesy Ford of Sauk City today about switching your engine to EcoBoost or choosing a new Ford with an EcoBoost engine today!

Back to School Carpool Tips

It’s that time of year again; the kids are back in school and your driving duties are upped! If your kids can’t take the bus and you don’t want the stress of driving them every day, you should consider carpooling! Here are some carpool tips for you and other parents.

Back to School Carpool Tips - Sauk City, WI

Follow these carpool tips to be ready for the start of the new school year.

Have a Schedule

Work out a schedule with the other carpool parents that stays consistent. For example, every Monday and Wednesday goes to you, every Tuesday and Thursday goes to “Jenny’s Dad” and every Friday you rotate.

Car Seat Safety

Even if you’re carrying kids as old as 8, they might still require a car seat or booster seat. Check the guidelines in your state so that you have all kids, your own and others, properly buckled. Remember that kids under thirteen shouldn’t sit in the front seat and that everyone should buckle up!

Establish Rules

Make sure every carpool parent has the same rules. That way, you’re all on the same page on everything when it comes to things like running errands with kids in the car, how long you will wait for a child running late, etc.

Contact Information

Make sure you have all parents and kids’ contact info as well as other family member information in case of emergencies.

For more tips, suggestions, or questions visit us at Courtesy Ford in Sauk City, Wisconsin and we’ll be happy to help in any way that we can.  Keep calm and carpool on!