Ford

1596 Route 38
Directions Lumberton, NJ 08048

  • Sales: (888) 215-9324
  • SERVICE/PARTS: (888) 225-6959

Schedule Service

We understand that one of the most frustrating aspects of getting work done on your car is sitting around and waiting. You have a lot going on in your life and you can't be sitting around with your car in pit-row. To cut down on this, our Medford area Ford service team uses a service scheduler that will get you in and on the go quicker. It's not enough that we offer the best car repair around…we want to make the entire process more enjoyable!

All you have to do is enter your vehicle information below. Choose the model, the model year, and give us your vehicle details like your approximate mileage and the vehicle identification number. After all of this is entered, you can schedule your appointment! Select your basic services, pick an available appointment time, and even choose to be reminded by email or text.

We can't wait to work with you and get you back to leading the fast lane!

Keep to a Schedule

It's imperative that you stick to your routine maintenance schedule. When you feel as if you have a check-up coming up, simply schedule your appointment ahead of time. This way your vehicle will always be firing on all cylinders and you'll never waste any of your time (and money) with an untimely repair.

We invite Burlington area Lincoln drivers to shop from our service specials pages. This way we'll provide you with the best work from our highly trained auto technicians at a fraction of the cost. Your car will operate as if it is new again and your wallet will never be left hurting. All that's left for you to do is to come on in!

We're excited to be your go-to place for all your car needs. Visit our Ford and Lincoln dealer serving Medford and Burlington today to meet with our service professionals. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at (888) 225-6959.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Please call (888) 225-6959 to reach our service department!

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