Commercial Truck in Oklahoma City

If you’re looking to add another vehicle to your fleet or purchase your first commercial model, you’re sure to be impressed with the Ford models available at Bob Moore Ford Commercial. Whether you need a full-size pickup like the F-150, a heavy-duty model like the F-350, or a compact truck like the Ford Ranger, you’ll find some great deals for your business in Midwest City.

  • We’re conveniently located near your business
  • We offer commercial loans customized for your business
  • Our team of service experts will keep your vehicle in prime condition


Call for an appointment or stop by to check out our current inventory.

Commercial Vehicles For Sale in Norman

Schedule a Test Drive at Bob Moore Ford Commercial

See how the Ford F-250 or Transit Van fits your business with a test drive at Bob Moore Ford Commercial. The best way to know the right fit is by driving your preferred model.

Financing a Bob Moore Ford Commercial Model

Here at Bob Moore Ford Commercial, we make it easy to buy a new Ford vehicle or an entire fleet with loans customized for our commercial customers. You can even get started before coming in with our online application.

Visiting from Midwest City

Start out in Del City on I-40 from SE 15th Street, which is about two miles. Follow the highway and I-35 S to I-35 Frontage Rd/N Service Rd in Moore. Take exit 119B from I-35 S, which is almost 11 miles. Follow I-35 Frontage Rd/N Service Rd to your destination, which is about one mile.

Vehicle Service Team

We understand how important it is to keep your Ford in optimal condition and providing reliable transportation while minimizing downtime for your business. Here at Bob Moore Ford Commercial, our service team will take care of your maintenance needs quickly and around your schedule.

  • Oil and filter change
  • Brake service
  • Wheel alignment
  • Tire rotation
  • Battery testing

When it’s time for a repair, we’re the team to count on. We use the latest in diagnostic equipment to ensure an accurate repair to get you back to business.

Sights in Midwest City

Rumors began in the 1940s that an airfield was being bult near what would become Midwest City. The city was incorporated in 1943 on March 11 and became a model for restoration after WWII. The city saw growth in the next decades with the addition of a hospital, state college, and the Heritage Park Mall. Midwest City was also the site of the first Sam’s Club. In 1999 and again in 2003, severe tornados struck the area. Today, much of the city has been revitalized to bring in new residents and visitors.

  • Atkinson Heritage Center – Built by the founder of Midwest City, HP Atkinson, the home today is a historical museum, which tells the story of the growth of the area.
  • Andy’s Altitude 1291 – Family fun center with laser tag, LED bowling, arcade games, and a rock climbing wall.
  • Joe B Barnes Regional Park – Enjoy an afternoon at the city park with room for various outdoor activities, including the Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park.
  • Spirit Trails Network – Take a hike along the seven-mile paved trail which runs through other parks within the city.