Ciocca Ford of Quakertown

Ciocca Ford of Quakertown Visit us at Ciocca Ford
We have proudly been serving the Pennsylvania area for over 40 years. The Ciocca organization has a singular philosophy of doing business and that is 100% customer satisfaction, not only in the vehicle you purchase, but also in the process in which you buy it. We want you to be so happy that you will purchase all your vehicles from us and refer your friends and family as well. We realize that in order to do that, we must exceed your expectations, and that is our mission.
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Designed and delivered in fewer than 40 days. The first Ford-built powered air-purifying respirators (PAPR), developed i...
05/06/2020

Designed and delivered in fewer than 40 days. The first Ford-built powered air-purifying respirators (PAPR), developed in close collaboration with 3M, are on their way to help protect health care workers fighting COVID-19.

Let's have some fun tonight! #Maskie
05/06/2020

Let's have some fun tonight! #Maskie

Have you been eyeing the 2020 Kia Telluride? Consider the 2020 Ford Explorer with Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Managemen...
05/05/2020

Have you been eyeing the 2020 Kia Telluride? Consider the 2020 Ford Explorer with Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Management System,™* E-Z entry second-row, PowerFold® third-row, max available 400 hp max 415 lb.-ft of torque,** Ford Co-Pilot360,™† BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking,†† and Active Park Assist 2.0.

Watch: https://ford.to/3b3KFHm

In any way we can, Ford continues to support our first responders and those on the front line of this pandemic. To those...
05/01/2020

In any way we can, Ford continues to support our first responders and those on the front line of this pandemic. To those carrying the weight of the nation, we’re grateful for your service and we’re proud to help.

Contact us today to learn more: https://ford.to/35tc6cj

Not all superheroes wear capes, but they do wear masks.To all our essential heroes — thank you.Watch: https://ford.to/2W...
04/28/2020

Not all superheroes wear capes, but they do wear masks.

To all our essential heroes — thank you.

Watch: https://ford.to/2W7PMkb

Let's have some fun Tuesday! :-)Share your best #Maskie!!!
04/27/2020

Let's have some fun Tuesday! :-)Share your best #Maskie!!!

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04/26/2020
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As more Americans don face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are facing a problem that bespectacled surgeons and goggle-wearing skiers have long experienced.

04/24/2020

As of today, Ford’s face shields have helped protect Americans in all 50 U.S. states and Puerto Rico, with over 5 million delivered.

Thank you to the many team members helping make this possible, and to the essential workers across the nation using the face shields on the front lines.

04/24/2020
04/21/2020

Tonight at 20 seconds after eight in military time it will be 20:20:20 2020. The only time in history!!

04/20/2020
Bucks Co News Feed

Bucks Co News Feed

GOV WOLF, SEC. OF HEALTH EXTEND STATEWIDE STAY-AT-HOME ORDER UNTIL MAY 8

Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today announced that the statewide stay-at-home orders issued on April 1 to protect Pennsylvanians and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 will be extended until Friday, May 8 at 12:01 AM. The initial order was set to expire on April 30.

“It is clear that our early and aggressive efforts to mitigate this spread of this highly contagious and deadly virus are working. While we begin to seek ways to move forward, it’s imperative that we continue to take strong precautions to protect Pennsylvanians and ensure that our health care system is not overwhelmed,” Wolf said. “I am so proud of this commonwealth and the resilience of my fellow Pennsylvanians, and I urge you to continue to stay calm and stay home so that we can all stay safe.”

“We are starting to see a downward trend in the number of positive cases throughout the state, which is definitely encouraging,” Dr. Levine said. “We need to proceed carefully to make sure the strides we’ve made in combatting this virus continue to move forward. Extending our statewide order until May 8 will ensure that we don’t overwhelm our health system, while helping our economy to recover.”

Non-life-sustaining physical business closures remain in effect and all life-sustaining businesses and state services will continue. Individuals are permitted to leave their residences for tasks essential to maintaining health and safety.

Wolf recommended that Pennsylvanians continue to wear masks when leaving the house for life-sustaining reasons. Dr. Levine recently signed an order directing protections for critical workers who are employed at businesses that are authorized to maintain in-person operations during the COVID-19 disaster emergency.

At this time, law enforcement will continue to focus on ensuring that residents are aware of the order and informing the public of social distancing practices rather than enforcement.

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, Pennsylvanians should visit: https://www.pa.gov/guides/responding-to-covid-19/.

Parks throughout the area are opening back up. Many people are seeking the mental and physical benefits that nature can ...
04/20/2020

Parks throughout the area are opening back up. Many people are seeking the mental and physical benefits that nature can provide during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The best advice to slow the spread of the virus is to stay home. If you do find yourself wanting to go to the park, please follow these basic etiquette tips to help everyone around have an enjoyable experience. #FlattenTheCurve

#StopTheSpread - Talking to your kids about Coronavirus.
04/19/2020

#StopTheSpread - Talking to your kids about Coronavirus.

Dang, shouldn’t have worn my sweat pants today, gotta score of 7! How about you?
04/16/2020

Dang, shouldn’t have worn my sweat pants today, gotta score of 7! How about you?

Ford is expanding their efforts to design and produce urgently needed medical equipment and supplies for health care wor...
04/14/2020

Ford is expanding their efforts to design and produce urgently needed medical equipment and supplies for health care workers, first responders and patients fighting coronavirus.

Starting tomorrow, Ford will begin production of a new powered air-purifying respirator (PAPR). Ford will also be producing face masks, leading an effort to scale production of reusable gowns for health care workers and lending their manufacturing support to help quickly expand production of COVID-19 collection kits for patient testing.

A little ditty we all can enjoy today...
04/13/2020

A little ditty we all can enjoy today...

#StayAheadoftheCurve
04/11/2020

#StayAheadoftheCurve

National Pet Day – April 11, 2020A time to thoroughly appreciate the planet’s most amazing animals. Share a picture of y...
04/11/2020

National Pet Day – April 11, 2020
A time to thoroughly appreciate the planet’s most amazing animals. Share a picture of your Pet to bring on some smiles!! #nationalpetday 🐕 🐈 🐦 🐰 🐹 🐍 🦀

04/10/2020
04/09/2020
Test Drive From Home

Learn more about our new Test-Drive-From-Home program! https://youtu.be/F7anJv0Q5p0

Just Say When and Where. We're committed to making car shopping as simple and painless as possible. And that's why, starting now, Ciocca Ford of Quakertown b...

04/09/2020
Digital Retailing at Ciocca Ford of Quakertown

We are ready to help all of our online vehicle shoppers with your vehicle purchase needs from the safety and comfort of your home. Learn more about our new and improved process here! #Stayhome and let us do the work to keep you and your family safe. https://youtu.be/h6MNvf0U5lg

Ciocca Ford of Quakertown has embraced the need for change as we work together to stay safe and secure. If you are in need of a new Ford or used vehicle, we ...

04/06/2020

Two weeks of production = Over 1 million face shields delivered.

Thank you to the many essential workers on the front lines. Ford hopes these shields help keep you protected as you continue helping others in the fight against COVID-19.

04/03/2020

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Bucks County, PA: I spy something on your camera roll that's camo.
Breaks entire Internet.

04/02/2020

Within one week, Ford has been able to deliver over 200K face shields to healthcare workers and first responders across the country as they work to fight COVID-19. Ford isn’t stopping here, either.

Just a cool truck to break up your feed! #F150 #truck
04/02/2020

Just a cool truck to break up your feed! #F150 #truck

This month at the Ford Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan, Ford is producing a ventilator with GE Healthcare lever...
04/01/2020

This month at the Ford Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan, Ford is producing a ventilator with GE Healthcare leveraging the design of Airon Corporation’s FDA-cleared ventilator with a target production of 50,000 units in the next 100 days.

The ventilator is designed to operate on air pressure without electricity, making it a versatile solution to help those fighting COVID-19.

Ford to produce 50,000 ventilators in Michigan in the next 100 days. Ford Motor Company, in collaboration with GE Health...
03/31/2020

Ford to produce 50,000 ventilators in Michigan in the next 100 days.

Ford Motor Company, in collaboration with GE Healthcare, announced today it will begin producing in Michigan a third-party ventilator with the goal to produce 50,000 of the vitally needed units within 100 days and up to 30,000 a month thereafter as needed.
Ford will provide its manufacturing capabilities to quickly scale production, and GE Healthcare will provide its clinical expertise and will license the current ventilator design from Airon Corp. – a small, privately held company specializing in high-tech pneumatic life support products. GE Healthcare brought the Airon Corp. design to Ford’s attention as part of the companies’ efforts to scale production of ventilators quickly to help clinicians treat COVID-19 patients.

#ford #automotive #fordmotorcompany #coronavirus #communityresilience #respirators #covid19

03/30/2020

This is a statement from an epidemiologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
Please share widely!!!!!!

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Hey everybody, as an infectious disease epidemiologist, at this point feel
morally obligated to provide some information on what we are seeing
from a transmission dynamic perspective and how they apply to the social
distancing measures. Like any good scientist I have noticed two things
that are either not articulated or not present in the "literature" of social media.

Specifically, I want to make two aspects of these measures very clear and
unambiguous.

First, we are in the very infancy of this epidemic's trajectory. That means
even with these measures we will see cases and deaths continue to rise
globally, nationally, and in our own communities in the coming weeks. Our
hospitals will be overwhelmed, and people will die that didn't have to.
This may lead some people to think that the social distancing measures are
not working. They are. They may feel futile. They aren't. You will feel
discouraged. You should. This is normal in chaos. But this is also normal
epidemic trajectory. Stay calm. This enemy that we are facing is very good
at what it does; we are not failing. We need everyone to hold the line as
the epidemic inevitably gets worse. This is not my opinion; this is the
unforgiving math of epidemics for which I and my colleagues have dedicated
our lives to understanding with great nuance, and this disease is no
exception. We know what will happen; I want to help the community brace for
this impact. Stay strong and with solidarity knowing with absolute
certainty that what you are doing is saving lives, even as people begin
getting sick and dying. You may feel like giving in. Don't.

Second, although social distancing measures have been (at least
temporarily) well-received, there is an obvious-but-overlooked phenomenon
when considering groups (i.e. families) in transmission dynamics. While
social distancing decreases contact with members of society, it of course
increases your contacts with group (i.e. family) members. This small and
obvious fact has surprisingly profound implications on disease transmission
dynamics. Study after study demonstrates that even if there is only a
little bit of connection between groups (i.e. social dinners,
playdates/playgrounds, etc.), the epidemic trajectory isn't much different
than if there was no measure in place. The same underlying fundamentals of
disease transmission apply, and the result is that the community is left
with all of the social and economic disruption but very little public
health benefit. You should perceive your entire family to function as a
single individual unit; if one person puts themselves at risk, everyone in
the unit is at risk. Seemingly small social chains get large and complex
with alarming speed. If your son visits his girlfriend, and you later sneak
over for coffee with a neighbor, your neighbor is now connected to the
infected office worker that your son's girlfriend's mother shook hands
with. This sounds silly, it's not. This is not a joke or a hypothetical. We
as epidemiologists see it borne out in the data time and time again and no
one listens. Conversely, any break in that chain breaks disease
transmission along that chain.

In contrast to hand-washing and other personal measures, social distancing
measures are not about individuals, they are about societies working in
unison. These measures also take a long time to see the results. It is hard
(even for me) to conceptualize how 'one quick little get together' can
undermine the entire framework of a public health intervention, but it
does. I promise you it does. I promise. I promise. I promise. You can't
cheat it. People are already itching to cheat on the social distancing
precautions just a "little"- a playdate, a haircut, or picking up a
needless item at the store, etc. From a transmission dynamics standpoint,
this very quickly recreates a highly connected social network that
undermines all of the work the community has done so far.

Until we get a viable vaccine this unprecedented outbreak will not be
overcome in grand, sweeping gesture, rather only by the collection of
individual choices our community makes in the coming months. This virus is
unforgiving to unwise choices.

My goal in writing this is to prevent communities from getting
'sucker-punched' by what the epidemiological community knows will happen in
the coming weeks. It will be easy to be drawn to the idea that what we are
doing isn't working and become paralyzed by fear, or to 'cheat' a little
bit in the coming weeks. By knowing what to expect, and knowing the
importance of maintaining these measures, my hope is to encourage continued
community spirit, strategizing, and action to persevere in this time of
uncertainty.

03/25/2020
Ciocca Dealerships

Ciocca Dealerships

During these trying times, we're here to help you however we can.

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321 South West End Blvd
Quakertown, PA
18951

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 20:00
Thursday 08:00 - 20:00
Friday 08:00 - 20:00
Saturday 08:00 - 18:00

Telephone

(215) 536-8600

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I would like thank Cicco Ford for The great service and professional team that they have and I would like to thank Larry and Scott for the great service and they gave me.
Larry, thanks for a great deal!! Love the truck
We went into dealership on saturday looking for a truck. We traveled an hour from home hoping to find a better deal. We looked at a couple trucks found one we liked. We sat down with salesmen and test drove the truck. We worked numbers and they screwed up the numbers it went through the salesmen the finance guy and finance manager no one caught it. When they came at us before they ran credit we told them they switched the numbers around. They ran the credit and told us one number but when they found the screw up they tried to cover it up. We knew it happened and called them on it. We got up and left we were almost out of the drive way before both salesmen and finance guy come running after us. They told us there was a truck in princeton same one we were looking at 2,000 cheaper. They were gonna bring it to quakertown so we could drive another hour to look at that one. Monday came i called let them know we went to look at princeton truck it was in need of cleaning up. I told salesmen then all of a sudden it was sold. Its been nothing but a run around. I talked to the GM about what had happened no answer on monday so today i had to call them to follow up. So he comes at me with the payment we originally agreed raised by 15.00 and months of payments increased by 4 months. They could have bitten the bullet for their mistake instead they raised everything that was originally agreed on. When i called and told the GM we were no longer interested he didnt care he felt that this was a small mistake and they werent accountable for it. This is bad business if you ask me.
Thank you Larry and the crew from Ciocca Ford in Quakertown for the wonderful 2012 Mazda that I received today
Larry sold us a beautiful car today. He was very helpful and worked hard to meet our needs. We highly recommend him!
Bought most of my vehicles from Ciocca Ford for the past 15 years. My sales agent was always Larry. I go to him because he listens and cares. He always put me and my family into a vehicle of choice. The Managers and the rest of the team are great listens too and they ALL aim to please. I highly recommend this dealership. I bought my last vehicle last Thursday 10/24. Ford Escape, fully loaded. Thanks again guys!
I have been purchasing vehicles from Larry at this dealership for 13 years. I must say that Larry goes above and beyond expectations. He never fails. He listens and aim to please. No matter what, he works very hard to get you into a vehicle of choice. The managers and the staff are WONDERFUL! They too aim to please. I bought a vehicle yesterday. 2017 Ford Escape and I LOVE IT!
My husband and I went to Ciocca Ford on Friday 8/16/19 to see if they could help us get a car. Our car had been totaled the previous Saturday and we were very stressed and unsure of next steps in dealing with all of this. From the moment we walked in the door EVERYONE we dealt with helped to put us at ease. Our salesman A.J. was the BEST. We told him our situation and he never once tried to sell us on something that was out of our price range. We also spoke to Andy and he found us a wonderful SUV, LOW MILEAGE in perfect condition. Between the 2 of them they made sure that our car was detailed, gassed and ready for us to take home. If you are considering buying a car it would be a mistake to go anywhere else. This dealership is WONDERFUL. We will be using them again and we would not hesitate to send friends and family their way.
Found a immaculate 2014 F-150XLT last night online. Alanna emailed and called me this morning. I arrived at the dealership at 12:30 and met with Larry. Tom did the final paperwork and I drove home at 3:00 with my new ride. Nice job! Alanna, Larry, and Tom. We'll be back!
A big thank you to Larry Kot ( the best sales consultant). My husband & I not only left with a car for me but also a truck for him and could not be happier with our car buying experience. I will definitely tell my friends & family to go see Larry.
A big thank you to Larry Kot, the best sales consultant. My husband & I left there with not just 1 car for me but also a truck for him. We are both very pleased with the outcome of our 2 new purchases.
Thanks Larry! The fastest deal on the planet. No pressure! Will definitely return!