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Ford Fiesta: Innovation, Ingenuity & Art


Ford has done it again and the 2018 Ford Fiesta has gained plenty of anticipation over the past few months. It may only be available in Europe, however. This vehicle will be coming in with two distinct versions. The versions will include a two-door hatchback design and a four-door sedan. The Fiesta is all about innovation thanks to its fluid exterior dimensions, and its updated 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine.

Technological innovations are also present here. Ford offers Sync 3 Software, an eight-inch touchscreen, AppleCar Play and many more. This vehicle is perfect for those...
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The 2018 Explorer Continues the Ford Tradition of Excellence


When you think of SUVs, the name Ford Explorer is probably one of the first names that come to mind. After all, the Ford Explorer is one of the pioneers of the vehicle type, and with that tradition in mind, the 2018 Ford Explorer is now available.

The 2018 Ford Explorer is mid-sized SUV complete with three-row seating for seven, and has three different powertrain options. And although the Explorer comes with an available dual-zone climate control and a 12 speaker sound system, it still packs a punch under the hood, with the V6 EcoBoost engine capable of 365 horsepower…
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A Road Trip with Your Pet!

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​You know what sounds nice? Hitting the road with our furry buddies in tow, exploring new places, or maybe simply visiting old friends and family. Whatever the case, there are some important tips you should consider and plan for when bringing your bud along in your lovely car.

One important thing to consider is, well, them! Just like us, they need to occasionally get up, stretch, use the bathroom, and get a snack and a drink during the trip. So before you leave, make sure you bring plenty of snacks and water for your pet, especially if you anticipate several…
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Different Tires for Different Vehicles


Before you go and buy the same tires for your car that you use on your SUV, be sure that you know that these two types of tires will not work on the other vehicle. The reason for this is that passenger vehicles and SUVs are built differently and handle different weight loads. It is for this reason you need a stronger tire for your SUV than what you have on your car.

Often times a person will not realize this, and they will assume that these two types of tires are interchangeable. The fact is that they are nowhere…
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Schedule a routine oil change for your vehicle today

Everyone knows that a car runs on gas, but in truth it runs on other things as well. Keeping all of your fluids at recommended levels will increase performance and keep you from spending big money on repairs. In other words, maintenance costs less than repairs.

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Changing your oil is one of the best things you can do to extend your cars longevity. By replacing the old oil and filter, you avoid serio

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How to Avoid Flood-Damaged Car Scams After Hurricane Harvey

Despite the many concerned messages you've received from out-of-state friends and relatives, El Paso was relatively unharmed by Hurricane Harvey. But that doesn't mean you're not at risk of buying a flood-damaged car.

According to Kelley Blue Book, as many as 500,000 cars in Texas were destroyed by Harvey, and many of those will end up being sold using an underhanded tactic called title-washing.

Normally, a vehicle's title is branded as flood damaged (or as junk, or salvage) to let prospective customers know that they are essentially buying scrap metal. Yet in many cases, sellers…

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A Century of Progress with Ford and the F-150

The Ford Motor Company has been around for a long time and, more specifically, they've officially been in the business of selling trucks for over 100 years now; last month, July 2017, marked the one century milestone! So, to show just how far that Ford has come over the last hundred years, the automaker has put together a video showing their trucks at their humble roots all the way to the upcoming 2018 Ford F-150! Check it out below and get a quick history lesson with us:

 

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2018 Ford Mustang GT: Style, Power, and Good Manners?

The 2018 Ford Mustang will deliver a slew of great features and improvements over the Mustangs of previous years. Style, power, a great driving experience; it delivers the works.

If you buy a 2018 Mustang GT however, you'll also get some unexpected perks: good manners.

If you've ever heard a V8 engine, you know how loud they can get. The Mustang GT's Coyote V8 is no exception. And while a loud engine roar might be fun on the highway, it can be a nuisance when you're driving on the quiet streets of your neighborhood.

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AutoGuide.com Gets a Feel for Fantastic 2017 Ford Fusion

Are you shopping the midsize sedan segment for your next daily driver? Well, if so, we here at Casa Ford think you may well flip your lid for ours, the 2017 Fusion.

What makes us say that, though?

Here now to offer up an explanation is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai; join her in the clip below:

Without question one of the most intriguing trims across the Fusion catalog, the mid-level Titanium is terrific.

Standard features on this model include a spunky, 240-horsepower turbo four-cylinder engine, 18-inch wheels, upgraded taillamps, a rear spoiler, ambient interior lighting ...

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Five Reasons You'll Get on the Greener Side with the 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid

If you've been curious about getting behind the wheel of a hybrid vehicle, or you're not satisfied with the performance and efficiency of your current hybrid, then we'd love to make a recommendation for you: the 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid! The experts at Autotrader agree that this one puts the competition to shame, so check out the video below to learn more. From its confident drive thanks to the power of a standard 188 horsepower engine, a standard 4.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system, to the exceptional efficiency up to an EPA-estimated 43 mpg in the city, you…

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