Join us from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 18 for a car wash, concession stand and test drive fundraiser for the Perry High School Baseball Team.
For every Ford Test Drive between 1-7 p.m. Saturday, George Waikem Ford will donate $20 to the Perry Baseball Team! If you’re not looking to test drive, the baseball team will host a car wash and a concession stand that day at the dealership.
George Waikem Ford is a proud member of the Perry community and we’re proud to again help the high school!
Visit georgewaikemford.com, or call us at 330-478-0281 to learn more. Thanks for helping the Perry High School Baseball Team!
The Odyssey is perfect for the family. Do you want fuel economy, great features, tons of space and a fun to drive vehicle? The Honda Odyssey answers all the questions of the modern vehicle, and it’s the van you wish your parents had when you were a kid.
The kids are going to the love this Honda Odyssey. When they remember the family road trip 20 years from now, they will certainly remember the Odyssey when they reminisce. The kids will love the available leather seats, available 16.2 inch DVD screen and rear climate control that lets everyone pick their favorite temperature.
The Honda Fit is the perfect vehicle for the driver seeking practicality and fuel efficiency.
The Honda Fit may be a small car, but is provides the cargo capabilities of the larger sedan. Plus you don’t have to sacrifice fuel economy. The urban apartment dweller, city liver, college student, or those just getting started should consider the Fit.
When you talk about the Fit, you have to start with its fuel economy. The Fit gets up 35 MPG on the highway, which will keep you away from the pump. In Fact, MSN Autos says the Honda Fit is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles of 2013.
The 2013 Ford Focus builds off the very popular redesign in 2012. You see a lot of these models on the road today. With their great fuel economy, wide range of features and the unmistakable styling, it only takes one test drive to see why all your friends are coming back to Ford.
When you talk about the Focus, you have to talk about its fuel economy. The Focus gets up to 37 MPG on the highway! At a time when gas prices are well above the $3 mark and sometimes approach that $4 mark, you’ll need a car like this 2013 Ford Focus. Ford is helping you stay away from the gas pump.
Next of course is that distinctive Ford Focus styling. Jaws dropped when the Ford Focus was introduced last year, and that unmistakable front grille, quality down the sides and rear of the Focus returns this year. That design was such a hit that Ford has carried it over to other popular redesigns, including the Ford Escape and Ford Fusion.
The 2013 Honda CR-V follows the popular redesign of 2012. As one of the most fuel efficient and award winning vehicles currently on the road today, we always feel you cannot wrong when you choose this Honda Crossover.
One thing everyone says is that the Honda CR-V is fun to drive. We detailed the redesign in great depth last year, and were please to find that 2013 picks up where 2012 left off. The Honda CR-V is very comfortable inside, with an emphasis on quality design and a smooth ride.
With up to 30 MPG, the Honda CR-V is one of the most fuel efficient SUVS to offer All Wheel Drive. The All Wheel Drive option was first introduced last year, and we think it’s important to have All Wheel Drive in this area.
Kia took a major step to upgrade the design of the Forte, and combined with a great warranty and great features, Kia took a necessary step up in a popular, crowded field.
You have to start with styling when you talk about the Forte. The Forte is much improved on the outside. It’s 2 inches wider in the wheelbase, an inch wider across, and lower. Also, you’ll notice the LED lowbeams, new alloy wheels, and the side moldings that stretch up and down the vehicle.
2013 Hyundai Accent is among four cars voted as best low money new cars.
AutoTrader says the Honda Fit, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and Kia Soul are among the best new cars with low monthly payments.
AutoTrader was looking for the best new models with payments under $300 per month. Using the a formula that includes 6% sale tax, 10 percent down and national average interest rates and loan terms, AutoTrader considers these models to be top:
The Leaf was awarded a Top Rating of Good in front, side, rollover and rear crash tests. The Leaf joins the Nissan Altima on the 2013 IHHS Top Safety Pick Ratings.
“Driver and passenger safety are top priorities for Nissan and the ‘Top Safety Pick’ designation by IIHS reflects the design and innovation that have gone into this car to make it a practical, no-compromise electric vehicle,” said Erik Gottfried, Nissan’s director of electric vehicle sales and marketing. “The new, U.S.-assembled 2013 Nissan LEAF provides customers with a remarkable level of value, comfort and security at prices competitive with gas-powered cars in a fun-to-drive package.”