The 2018 Fiesta: A Subcompact With a Lot of Personality

From the wheels to the rear spoiler, you can customize almost every inch of the 2018 Fiesta. This subcompact was designed to turn heads and make every trip unforgettable. Here is a closer look at some of the features that set the new Ford Fiesta apart.

You will be able to personalize every aspect of your Fiesta including the trim, seats, wheels, and exterior paint. If you really want your car to stand out, then you can upgrade to the luxury Titanium package. 

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Ford Explorer: Three-Row SUV With Powerful Capabilities

Featuring three rows of seats and premium interior amenities, the Ford Explorer is a popular SUV among American families. In addition to having plenty of passenger and cargo volume, this vehicle performs well on various roads and terrains.

A turbocharged V6 engine with the EcoBoost technology propels the Ford Explorer. Displacing 3.5 L on each combustion cycle, this six-cylinder engine generates up to 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. 

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Which Ford Fusion Hybrid Will You Choose?

When you get behind the wheel of the 2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid, you have a vehicle designed to get you to your destination and enjoy the trip along the way.

With this popular hybrid sedan you have LED taillamps and signature lighting designed to provide the illumination to stay visible at night while lowering energy use as well. You can also upgrade the existing halogen headlamps with LED bulbs to light up the road ahead.

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Ford Taurus Design Features That Impress

The all-new Ford Taurus is a popular full-size sedan that is taking the automotive industry by storm with some of the design features. Here are some of those features sure to impress.

Take one look at the rear spoiler on the new Taurus and you might think it is a sleek addition to the visual appeal of this vehicle. Below the surface, however, this unique spoiler makes the vehicle aerodynamic so it can improve fuel economy, and it also helps to stabilize your vehicle as you increase speed.

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Check Out the Interior of the Ford F-150 Raptor

The Ford F-150 Raptor has a lot to offer when it comes to interior features. When you’re looking for a pick-up truck, you can count on the Raptor for a Ford-tough vehicle.

The truck is loaded with comfort and convenience in the form of a 4.2” productivity screen, cruise control, gauges and meters, intermittent windshield wipers, and power door locks. You will also have a reverse sensing system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, as well as a manual tilt/telescoping steering wheel. Optional features include an 8” productivity screen, 360-degree camera, adaptive cruise control...

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Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Rearview Camera are a Perfect Pair in Today's Ford Focus

When you are backing out of a parking space, it helps to have the rearview camera you'll find in today's Ford Focus. Did you know that you can also have a rear cross-traffic alert? This system spots moving vehicles that may cross the reverse path of the Focus. Together these safety tools are an effective way to help the Ford Focus driver avoid fender benders and other common parking accidents.

A rear cross-traffic alert is part of BLIS, the Blind Spot Information System. Ford Focus drivers will appreciate how BLIS reveals traffic in the Salisbury, MA driver's…

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Why does the Ford Flex feel so natural?

Ford engineers paid particular attention to the feel inside the Ford Flex. The full-sized SUV has an immense amount of room in the interior that makes for a spacious feel. To enhance this feeling, Ford incorporated a unique design into the vehicle’s ceiling.

The 2018 Ford Flex welcomes nature into the interior. Ford engineers cut holes in the roof of the vehicle to bring the great outdoors into the spacious c passenger and driver compartment. With the addition of a Multipanel Vista Roof design, natural light enters the cabin from all angles. All three rows of seats have a…

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Consider Replacing Your Wipers with the Changing Seasons

During winter, there is a lot of snow, extremely low temperatures, and freezing rain, which makes it dangerous to drive at this time of the year. And now that the winter season is coming are you prepared for it? Winter is the period when you need to keep your windshield clearer while driving since there a lot of obstacles on the road. It is, however, the most challenging time to keep your car’s windshield clear, unless you invest in high-quality winter wiper blades.

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Tips for Refurbishing Your Vehicle’s Headlights

If you own a vehicle for an extended length of time, the headlight coverings commonly become cloudy. However, there are a few quick tricks to remove the fog and ensure the lights work at optimal levels at night. Grab a rag, dampen it and apply toothpaste to the covering. Scrub the headlights. Rinse and dry. If toothpaste does not do the trick, then consider using insect repellent. But, you must apply the chemical to the rag to prevent ruining the vehicle's paint. Rub the dampened cloth over the lights until clean.

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What is the Difference Between a Powertrain Warranty and a Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty?

Purchasing a new or certified used vehicle is an exciting event. It can also be a challenging one. Aside from the right automobile choice for your situation, you will most likely need to consider including either a powertrain or a bumper-to-bumper warranty. If you have a working knowledge of what each includes, it will ease some of your burdens.

A powertrain warranty usually includes all of the internal parts that are responsible for your vehicle’s movement. An example of these oiled parts includes the transmission, driveshaft, and engine.

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