Coronavirus Efforts | Heartland Ford of Heber Springs


With the growing spread of COVID-19, we know these are challenging times for everyone. Here at Heartland Ford in Heber Springs, we are committed to helping you in every way we can! We have dedicated this time to extending our relief efforts to ensure that our customers have the assistance they need, especially when it comes to financing. Here at Heartland Ford, we are offering financial assistance such as deferred payments, 0% for 84 months and even making payments for our customers!  We have shared some precautions we are taking below. Keep reading to see how we are navigating these uncertain times. 


We Deliver - Currently we are delivering anywhere in the state of Arkansas for free! Every part of our car buying process can now be done online, even a vehicle walkthrough with our sales professionals. No need to come to us, we will come to you!


Service Concierge - There’s no need to wait in our lobby for your vehicle. We are offering free pick up and drop off for all nearby service appointments. Call now to schedule an appointment


Test Drive - Needing a new vehicle? Want to test drive one before making the big decision? We don’t blame you. We can bring the test drive to you so there is no need to leave the comfort of your home! 


Virtual Tour - Find a vehicle you like online? You can schedule a virtual walkthrough with one of our sales consultants. To schedule a walkthrough call 501-362-8211. It’s as easy as that!


These are just a few steps we are taking at Heartland Ford today. We are proud to be a part of the Ford family. 


Ford corporate has taken their own precautions and efforts to help their beloved customers. Throughout this season Ford workers have quickly adapted to a new normal. Ford in the US has committed to creating 50,000 ventilators by July 2020 for coronavirus patients. However, overseas Ford volunteers are stepping up as we’ve never seen before. Over in Australia, Ford engineers and technical experts have created a bespoke face shield and are currently producing 100,000 units. These units will be donated to frontline healthcare workers fighting against COVID-19. This is just one story of how Ford is rallying together during this time!     

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