In Your Biz: McSpadden Ford

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McSpadden Ford

Oftentimes shopping local becomes a challenge when locals need to buy major purchases like cars and trucks. However, one dealership remains a strong institution for Copper Corridor residents, McSpadden Ford.  Offering many options from used cars to brand new Fords and Lincolns, Utility Trucks, SUVs, Sedans: they have an inventory to meet everyones needs and budget. 

The recently renovated Ford neon sign.

  Recently McSpadden Ford completed its renovations at the corner of Broad Street and US 60.  The brand new show room and sales office have modern amenities and the family restored a 1930s Ford Neon sign that had been with the property from the early years.

  Udon McSpadden has been in the car sales business since 1970 but he grew up in the industry.  His father Udell McSpadden owned a car dealership in Oklahoma before the family moved to Arizona.  The family owned and operated dealership sells new Ford vehicles and has a variety of certified preowned vehicles of many makes and models. 

  McSpadden Ford is one of the last, full service dealerships in the Cobre Valley area.  They have a full service auto body, parts and service department  at their dealership.  As the years have gone on the McSpaddens have done their best to keep up with the times.

  “Everything is automated,” explained Udon.  Their website offers many of the features of the larger dealerships and they can arrange financing online as well.

  Buying a car can be challenging process, but the team at McSpadden strives to help their customers find a car that fits their needs and budgets.  Udon recommends that buyers look at what they will pay for doc fees and sales taxes when considering a purchase.

McSpadden Ford

Mila Besich-Lira (396 Posts)

Mila Besich-Lira is a resident of Superior with two children. She volunteers for many local organizations. She is an experienced fundraiser and event planner for Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition. She covers some of the area town councils and schools.


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