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New vehicles on display at Triple J

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - Drive by Triple J auto on Marine Corps Drive and some never before seen on Guam vehicles may catch your eye. Ford motor company stages the largest commercial vehicle showcase ever on Guam. The two-day event officially gets underway tomorrow will spotlight the most comprehensive fuel efficient lineup of Ford's commercial utility vehicles, including the Ford Transit Connect and diesel powertrains.

Robert Peruzzi, direct fleet sales manager for Ford in charge of export operations and global growth initiatives, traveled from Detroit, Michigan for the special occasional. "We are really proud to showcase these vehicles in conjunction with our partner Triple J," he explained. "The vehicles have a wide variety of choices to meet of commercial and fleet consumers and it just showcases Ford's commitment to the fleet industry."

Eleven different models with various applications are to be featured at the expo. Peruzzi says all will ensure high quality performance, fuel efficiency and cleaner emissions-several of them run on ultra-low sulfur fuel, now available on Guam thanks to the passing of a law requiring the use of economically friendly fuel.

One of the vehicles new to Guam is the Ford Transit Connect. Ford has sold over 600,000 of the unique vehicles developed especially for small business owners.

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