Manchester NH Ford Service
The NH Auto Service Experience
While servicing your Ford is a part of vehicle ownership, many consumers fear the 'bad' experience. But there are easy ways to make sure you get a stress free and smooth servicing experience. AutoFair Ford believes in quality repair at a fair price. We give the customer an estimate for work about to be performed as well as any additional information about an estimate that is requested. Simply visit the service department at AutoFair Ford for repair and maintenance work you can count on every time. From our knowledgeable service advisors to our professionally trained technicians, AutoFair is here to listen to your concerns and needs when servicing your vehicle. From our large and up to date facilities to our stock of Original Manufacturer Equipment (OEM) Ford Parts, we will get you on the road knowing that your vehicle has been repaired with our exceptionally high standards. Please contact us today to schedule your next service appointment. You can also contact us by calling 888-211-6159
Good Auto Repair Service Tips
Vehicles need both preventive servicing and unexpected repairs. Anyone who owns a Ford has gone through the dilemma of where to service your vehicle. Ford dealers offer many benefits; AutoFair Ford is up to date on the latest recalls and bulletins, they use the latest equipment and technology, and they perform their work according to the manufacturers high standards. furthermore, our technicians are certified to specifically work on your Ford model. When bringing your vehicle for service feel free to ask any questions you might have. Don't feel like the answer is obvious, at AutoFair we are more than willing to address your concerns. As the customer, you have a right to become more educated about your vehicle. Also, well-kept records can be instrumental in correctly diagnosing a vehicle problem the first time. So make sure you keep all documents in a safe place and organized.
Cars and trucks of today are extremely complex machines, and their unique characteristics vary heavily from brand to brand. At a dealership Ford service department, the technicians are trained in accordance to the representation of the manufacturer. Something else to look for is Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. Maintaining exact manufacturer specifications is important in achieving optimum performance. The low-price allure of aftermarket parts often prompts customers to forgo OEM quality, but spending the extra dollars on factory-approved equipment now can make a big difference down the road, especially in terms of vehicle longevity.
Why Service With AutoFair Ford?
No matter what model you drive, whether it is a Ford Mustang or a Ford F-150, a 2009 model or a 1999 model, you never know when your vehicle will need repair. Furthermore, all vehicles require regular maintenance checks, such as oil change and general health checkups.
For those that are lacking extra time, AutoFair Ford's "Online Service Appointment" is here for you! You can schedule an appointment for maintenance, oil changes, tire balancing & rotation, coolant flush, transmission service and all other non-warranty services in second's. Our experienced service advisors are here to help you with all your needs, whether you own a brand new 2011 Ford Model, or a used model. Remember, AutoFair Ford offers a broad range of parts and service support including trained Hyundai technicians who have the technology at hand to provide expert care for your vehicle.
About Manchester NH Transportation
Manchester is served by many sources of transportation, including air, road, and train. The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is the fourth largest airport in New England.
Interstates 93 and 293 and the F.E. Everett Turnpike are multi-lane highways that connect the metropolitan area to Concord and the White Mountains to the north and Nashua and Boston to the south. NH 101 is a four-lane highway eastbound from Manchester to Hampton Beach, connecting the city with the southeastern part of the state and the seacoast, as well as Maine and the Massachusetts North Shore via Interstate 95. West of Manchester, NH 101 is a two-lane highway serving as the main artery to Keene, the Monadnock region, and other points in southwestern New Hampshire. Public transportation is provided by the Manchester Transit Authority, which runs several bus routes throughout the city and surrounding areas. Concord Trailways and Boston Express run commuter services to Boston and other parts of the state. Vermont Transit Lines has lines to Montreal. With the planned expansion of Interstate 93 to eight lanes from Salem to Manchester, space will be reserved in the median for potential future commuter rail service along this corridor.