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A guide to buying a Ford Escort GTI

Are you interested in buying a Ford Escort GTI? Are you wondering where you can find the ideal one? In that case, you don’t have to spend your valuable time searching, visiting retail stores and browsing through hundreds of websites. Just read the following article and find out all the interesting facts that you need to know about buying a Ford Escort GTI.

Where to find a Ford Escort GTI

If you are interested in buying a used Ford Escort GTI or any other Escort model, such as the Ford Escort XR3, the Ford Escort XR3i, the Ford Escort RS, TD, the Ford Escort Rally, the Ford Escort MKII, the Ford Escort Ghia, the Ford Escort MK1, MK2, MK3, MK4 etc or even a Ford Escort van, you should visit a Ford authorised used car dealership. If you don’t know where your local Ford authorised dealer is located, you can visit the Ford UK official website and find out, using the website’s used car dealer locator online search tool. Yet, if you need more information on your Ford dealerships or Ford Escort GTI models, you can always contact Ford and ask a Ford customer care or a Ford sales agent.

How to purchase a Ford Escort GTI

If you are searching for a used Ford Escort GTI, visit the Ford UK official website at Ford.co.uk and benefit from the online dealer locator search tool. Using Ford’s dealer locator search tool is quick and easy, even if you are not an expert in computing and technology. You just need to click under the ‘Used Vehicles – Ford Direct’ section and select ‘Ford Direct Vehicle Locator – Search now’. Enter ‘Escort GTI’ as well as any preferences that you may have (including Ford series, price range etc) and type your town or city of residence or your area’s postcode in the appropriate box. Press the ‘Search’ button and Ford will automatically locate all the Ford authorised dealerships in the wider area. You just have to select the one that better suits your needs.

How to contact Ford

If you are not satisfied with Ford’s search results or if you have any additional queries regarding Ford authorised retailers or available Ford Escort cars, do not hesitate to contact a Ford agent. In order to contact Ford, visit the Ford UK official website and click under the ‘Contact Us’ section. You can contact a Ford customer care agent or a Ford sales agent by phone, post or e-mail, using the phone number, postal address or e-mail address provided.

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