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The Commercial Vehicle Center program replaces the Ford Business Preferred Network of commercial dealers.

according to The Commercial Vehicle Center program replaces the Ford Business Preferred Network of commercial dealers.
Ford introduces its Commercial Vehicle Center program, which the company says is geared toward providing fleet and commercial customers nationwide with outstanding sales, service and financing at the dealership level.
“Our goal is to make Ford Commercial Vehicle Center dealers the trusted choice for commercial customers by providing an easy, effortless customer experience through a comprehensive, industry-leading commercial dealer network program,” said Ruppert.
Additionally, Ford’s new Commercial Advantage Rewards loyalty program lets customers earn factory benefits that can be redeemed at any Commercial Vehicle Center location.
“Nearly 30 years ago, Ford established its first program to improve the purchase experience for our commercial vehicle customers,” said John Ruppert, Ford’s general manager for commercial vehicle sales and marketing.

Ford introduces Commercial Vehicle Center program

as declared in Motiv Power Systems proud to be one of first developers approved to Ford’s electric powertrain QVM Program for commercial vehicles.
Customers can be confident that their Motiv-powered electric work trucks are in compliance with Ford guidelines and retain their factory warranties.
The Motiv Powertrain Control System is installed at the time of vehicle manufacture, similar to a natural gas or propane upfit.
This enables reliable battery electric trucks and buses to be built on the same chassis and bodies as their fossil-fueled counterparts.
The eQVM program helps fleet and commercial companies with their unique and specific needs for durable, reliable electrified work trucks that retain the original manufacturer’s warranty.
Motiv Power Systems Approved as a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier for Electric Powertrains for Commercial Work Trucks and Buses

as declared in Ford is expanding its Advanced Fuel Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) program to include companies that develop and install electrified and hydraulic hybrid powertrains for Ford trucks and vans.
“Ford supports electrification for a variety of vehicle types,” said Richard Cupka Jr., Ford sustainability and QVM program manager.
The eQVM program expands available alternative power options to include electrification and hydraulic hybrid systems.
Our solutions are fleet-ready because we are building on an OEM product that fleets trust for operations and durability, while maintaining Ford’s warranty.”The eQVM program builds on the success of the Advanced Fuel QVM program Ford launched in 2010.
The new eQVM program, Ford says, helps fleet and commercial customers meet their unique and specific needs for durable, reliable electrified and hydraulic hybrid work trucks that retain the original powertrain warranty.

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