In your search for the perfect new Ford, have you had difficulty finding exactly what you want? Because of the current supply chain issues, many companies have had to make cutbacks in production, including automakers. This has reduced the variety and availability of models on the market.
However, if you create a custom vehicle order through L&L Motor, you can get exactly what you want.
At L&L Motor Company in Roosevelt, Utah, we love helping customers create their custom orders. Ford is currently accepting personalized orders for most of the models in its lineup, including the Escape, Bronco Sport, Mustang Mach-E, and F-150.
To get started, head to our website and fill out the order form. In the comments section, include all your vehicle preferences. From there, one of our dealership representatives will contact you to talk about the features you want and get your order submitted to Ford.
As much as possible, Ford usually puts special orders toward the front of the production line. Once your order gets a VIN, you can track it online, so you will know exactly when it will arrive.
Perhaps the best thing about a custom order, is that there are no extra fees from Ford. Just like any other new vehicle purchase, we will negotiate the final purchase price with you and then facilitate the transaction so you’re able to drive home in your personalized Ford soon.
For more guidance on how to order a Ford vehicle from L&L Motor, we invite you to contact our sales staff.
For a family SUV that takes you from the school parking lot to the forest trails and beyond, get the 2022 Ford Expedition. The upcoming Ford Expedition is all-new for the 2022 model year, and one exciting addition is the off-road-ready Timberline series.
Along with other Ford SUVs, the Expedition will offer a Timberline trim that comes with higher ground clearance, a heavy-duty skid plate for the undercarriage, special Trail Turn Assist technology for the tightest possible turns, and more.
Best-In-Class Ground Clearance
The 2022 Expedition Timberline delivers best-in-class ground clearance at 10.6 inches, and its 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain tires carry your Expedition over the toughest terrain. Boasting a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that puts out 440 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque, the Expedition Timberline has the power you need for all your adventures.
Stealth Edition Performance Package
In addition to the Timberline series, the Expedition will offer the Stealth Edition Performance Package. This package includes a sport-tuned suspension and a twin-turbo EcoBoost engine with best-in-class power for exceptional towing and hauling capabilities.
And even at the base trim, the new Expedition provides tons of cargo space and smart, practical amenities. With the second and third rows of seats down, the Expedition has 104.6 cu ft of space, and the larger Expedition MAX has 121.5 cu ft.
Production of the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco is underway at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, where workers are constructing two-door and four-door models of the Bronco 4×4 SUV.
The return of this legendary SUV has been highly anticipated by Ford fans, including those of us at L&L Motor in Roosevelt, Utah. Ford invested $750 million and created 2,700 jobs to revamp and upgrade the 2021 Bronco, which has already received 125,000 orders and 190,000 reservations across the U.S. and Canada.
Made For Outdoor Enthusiasts
Suzy Deering, Ford Chief Marketing Officer, assured outdoorsy enthusiasts that the Bronco would stay true to the spirit that made it so popular in the first place: “…this Bronco is better than ever. We’re staying authentic to Bronco’s goes-over-any-terrain heritage and have leveraged the brand’s Built Wild innovate design, durability, and advanced off-road capability to get the most out of every adventure in the wild.”
The original Bronco was built in the Michigan Truck Plant (now the Michigan Assembly Plant) in 1965, evolving over five generations and ending its run in 1996 after the production of 1.1 million units.
Thanks to the modular design of the new Bronco, you can choose from more than 200 factory-backed accessories to personalize your Bronco the way you see fit.If you want to be one of the first people in Roosevelt behind the wheel of the iconic adventure vehicle, contact L&L Motor or visit this order page. We’ll walk you through the steps to order the Ford Bronco.
When Ford recently announced the new Ford F-150 Lightning Pro, we at L&L Motor Inc. couldn’t be more excited for the future of the businesses and companies we serve here in the Roosevelt area of Utah. As the first-ever all-electric F-series truck, the all-new 2022 F-150 Lightning Pro paves the way for eco-conscious businesses to contribute to a zero-emissions future.
As the latest addition to Ford’s growing fleet offerings of electric vehicles, the Ford F-150 Lightning Pro boasts standard performance specs of 426 horsepower and targeted EPA-estimated 230 miles of range, with an extended-range version boasting 563 horsepower and 300 miles of range.*
Ford’s Charging System
As your business expands to cover more ground out in the field, Ford’s charging system makes fleet management easier with available 48- and 80-amp compatibility for overnight charging. An electric vehicle telematics dashboard lets your service workers monitor their truck’s status and report data.
Mega Power Frunk
Another exciting feature that makes the F-150 Lightning Pro perfect for your service fleet is the first-ever Mega Power Frunk. It provides 14.1 cubic feet of water-tight storage in the front of the truck, which can handle up to 400 pounds of weight. Plus, it has four 120-volt AC outlets and two USB ports for convenient laptop hookups and power tool plug-ins.
Designed To Improve Productivity
The new Ford F-150 Lightning Pro is designed to improve productivity and reduce operating costs while retaining the Ford reputation for power, capability, and technology. Find your company’s next fleet trucks here at L&L Motor Inc.
*Based on full charge. U.S. EPA-targeted range reflecting current status based on analytical projection consistent with U.S. EPA combined drive cycle. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health. Final EPA-estimated ratings available in the 2022 calendar year.
Hitching your trailer to your truck usually involves a lot of guesswork that can result in dangerous driving if not done properly.
Ford aims to solve that problem with Smart Hitch, a tool accessible through your F-150’s touch screen that calculates your trailer’s tongue weight to help you best distribute weight in the trailer safely and evenly.
You’ll never have to painstakingly weigh out payload or play a dangerous guessing game when transporting lumber again with to Ford’s new Onboard Scales.
The system automatically weighs your cargo and displays a percentage bar on a built-in LED bar in your truck’s bed to communicate safe weight distribution. You can also use your truck as a scale by zeroing out the current weight and getting an estimate of the items you place in the bed.
Ford F-150 trailering tech like Smart Hitch and Onboard Scales are available through L&L Motor, so call us to order your new F-150 truck today.
Are you considering a lift for your Ford pickup? It’s a big decision, and the L&L Motors team is here to help you decide the pros and cons of lifting your Ranger, F-150, or Super Duty truck if you live near Roosevelt, Utah.
First, think about why you want to get your truck lifted. Do you just want to make it look good and stand out on the road? A lift will definitely achieve that for you, and it will give you better visibility as well due to your raised ride height.
If you like to travel off-road or need to conquer snowy conditions and dirt roads, a lift will greatly improve ground clearance. Here in the Uintah Basin, great off-roading destinations are just a few hours away. With a lift, you’ll have even more fun tackling the terrain in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Ashley National Forest, and the area around Dinosaur National Monument.
Drawbacks To Consider
Lifting your truck does come with some drawbacks, and it’s important to be aware of these. A lift will raise your truck’s center of gravity, making it a bit harder to maneuver. Plus, that lowers fuel economy — especially if you’re just driving on normal roads and highways.
You Have Options!
If you do decide to get your truck lifted, you’ll have a couple of different options. A suspension lift requires a lot of specialized changes and new components, while a body lift is more straightforward and less complicated.
Whatever you end up doing with your truck, the service department at L&L Motors is ready to provide the expertise you need. Give us a call or see us at our location in Roosevelt, Utah.
If you want a two-wheel-drive truck but want the capabilities of a four-wheel-drive model, the 2020 Ford Ranger is an ideal option. When equipped with the available FX2 Package, the Ranger is ready for each drive on and off the road.
Four-wheel-drive models of the 2020 Ranger are available with the FX4 Off-Road Package. Now, by adding the FX2 Package as an option for two-wheel-drive models, Ford is making it so you can take on rough terrains, no matter which model you choose.
The new FX2 Package adds to the rugged style and impressive performance of the 2020 Ranger. It’s great for city drivers wanting a truck that’s well suited for busy streets and trails off the beaten path. The package comes with off-road-tuned suspension, which helps optimize off-road performance and keep you in control.
The package also adds an electronic-locking rear differential as well as a useful off-road cluster screen that displays the yaw, pitch and roll. The air dam-delete and front underbody guard help protect the truck. Plus, with the package, the truck can ride on 17-inch off-road tires, or you can upgrade to 18-inch tires for a bold look.
If you’re interested in knowing more about the features and capabilities of the 2020 Ford Ranger, call us at L&L Motor in Vernal, Utah, to speak with a staff member about our available trucks.
Utah is host to many off-road trails, each providing a unique and exciting experience to the drivers who tackle them. If you’re interested in exploring more of our beautiful state, check out these off-road trails in Utah.
Wasatch Skyline Drive OHV Route
The Wasatch Skyline Drive OHV Route is great if you’re new to off-roading or want a more relaxing drive. The trail is situated near Farmington and is ideal to take between May and October. You can look out for wildlife and take in gorgeous views of the forest here.
Shafer Trail in Canyonlands National Park is a 19.2-mile point-to-point trail. With moderate difficulty, the rocky trail offers fun challenges, while you enjoy sights of the park and potential wildlife.
Located around Hurricane, Toquerville Falls is a lovely trail that takes you by a river and wildflowers. Accessible throughout the year, the trail showcases a spectacular waterfall, which is worth stopping by to take a few pictures.
Cathedral Valley OHV Loop Tour
The Cathedral Valley OHV Loop Tour in Capitol Reef National Park offers lots to see, and you can easily spend your entire day driving here. At 71.2 miles, the trail can give you some incredible views of the park.
We at L&L Motor hope you are able to go off-roading in the near future. To find a new Ford vehicle to take you off the beaten path, view our inventory online.
The Ford Super Duty® models already have the capabilities and power you need for a hard day’s work. For the 2020 model year, the trucks equipped with the Tremor Off-Road Package are now available with an integrated electric winch to better handle your off-road adventures.
Ford Performance Parts winch by Warn is available for Super Duty® Tremor
trucks, whether they’re gas-powered or diesel-powered. You can opt to have the
winch as a dealer-installed after-sale accessory or a factory-orderable option.
installed, the new winch promises an impressive 12,000 pounds of winching
power. The winch is powerful enough to pull many rigs over obstacles or out of the
dirt. If a fallen tree is blocking your path, it can also move the tree out of
the way. Coming with wireless remote control, the winch is not only strong but also
easy for you to use.
2020 Ford Super Duty® with the Tremor Off-Road Package is ideal for both work
and play. The available package adds locking rear differential, off-road
shocks, a front air dam and 35-inch tires. When properly equipped, the truck
also has a maximum towing of 15,000 pounds for conventional trailers.
The 2020 Ford Expedition has the power and capability to handle adventures on and off the road. Nevertheless, to make the SUV even more adept at off-road paths, Ford is making the FX4 off-road package an option for the 2020 Expedition Limited.
The Expedition Limited FX4 off-road package adds 18-inch
metallic gray-painted cast-aluminum rims and 32-inch all-terrain tires to the
already impressive SUV. Premium off-road-tuned shocks and seven underbody skid
plates, which include steel plates and a new sand shield, further help the
Expedition Limited conquer different terrains.
The rugged SUV will be powered by the 3.5-liter EcoBoost®
engine, which produces 375 horsepower. The engine pairs to a 10-speed automatic
transmission and allows the SUV to tow up to 9,200 pounds when properly
In addition to having off-road capabilities, the Expedition
Limited FX4 has a luxurious interior, complete with rich wood accents and
premium leather-trimmed seating. Devin
McParlane, Ford Expedition consumer marketing manager, said, “There’s a growing trend in people
looking to enjoy rugged terrain without having to give up the refinement,
comfort or convenience of getting there.”
We at L&L Motor are excited about this new package option for the 2020 Ford Expedition Limited. You can learn more about the package and the family-friendly features of the SUV when you stop by for a test drive.