MOHAWK FORD SALES
Welcome to Mohawk Ford Sales where our customers are the very heart of our business and every employee is dedicated to providing a superior customer experience.
Mohawk Ford was build by Lloyd Ferguson in 1968. Serving the greater Hamilton area for over 55 years it is now led by a new generation who remain committed to their father’s philosophy of treating every employee and customer with integrity, loyalty and respect.
We offer a great selection of new and pre-owned vehicles and our knowledgeable and friendly sales consultants will help you find the perfect vehicle. Our large inventory of 2022 new cars and sport utilities includes Mustang, Mustang Mach-E EcoSport, Escape, Bronco Sport, Bronco. Edge, Explorer and Expedition. And we specialize in trucks and commercial vehicles including the ever popular 2022 F-150, F-250, Ford Ranger, Ford Maverick and Transit Vans. The Ford F-150 has been Canada’s No.1 selling truck for 56 consecutive years.
Our large used vehicle inventory includes high quality Ford vehicles including all models to fit every budget.
When it comes to taking care of your Ford our factory-trained technicians can handle all your maintenance needs with unrivaled expertise. Mohawk Ford’s Service and Parts departments are staffed by some of the best people in the industry, some who have been with Ford more than four decades.
We personally extend an invitation to come explore what makes Mohawk Ford the best dealer in Hamilton.
Your Friends at Mohawk Ford
Mohawk Ford is a non-Indigenous company located in Hamilton. Hamilton is a part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation which is the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee peoples.
Mohawk Ford would like to acknowledge and thank the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation for sharing their traditional territory with us.
Learn more about your Treaty partners by visiting their websites at www.mncfn.ca, www.sixnations.ca and www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com.
You can support the efforts of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy to raise awareness of Canada's Residential School Program and restore the former Mohawk Institute Residential School by contributing to the Save the Evidence Campaign at https://woodlandculturalcentre.ca/the-campaign.