2018 Ford Fusion: Sedan of the Future

The 2018 Ford Fusion is the car of the future. Trends are changing as people are seeking efficiency over high-priced luxury. This vehicle has it all, and the Fusion has no problem flaunting its extraordinary attributes. These attributes come in the form of an eye-catching body design, penetrating LED lighting and long sweeping curves.

Thanks to the 2.5L Duratec Engine, you'll get great gas mileage for city driving and for the open road. Do you need entertainment? This vehicle provides SYNC voice-activated technology, a 2.3-inch Monochrome screen...
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All-wheel drive versus four-wheel drive

At first glance, it may sound like there is little difference between Four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, as "four wheels" is "all wheels" for everyone driving a four-wheeled vehicle. However, the two systems are just different enough that a distinction of terms is important.

For most of its history since the early 20th century, All Wheel Drive has served as an umbrella term to cover Four Wheel Drive, Six Wheel Drive, and Eight Wheel Drive. However, the modern definition in America has narrowed to refer to AWD systems that have all four tires permanently powered...
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Ford's SYNC 3 Is Much Improved

Ford replaced its former software and hardware on its SYNC infotainment system beginning with model year 2016, and 2 years later it is a big hit.

The SYNC 3 infotainment system comes standard on the entire lineup of Ford cars, trucks, and SUVs. The third generation of SYNC technology is supported by Blackberry Limited software that makes it easier to use than any other voice-activated system out there. With its more receptive software, no longer does the user have to speak loudly for the system to work. Just be speaking in a conversational tone and level, the SYNC 3...
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Ford Solves a Big Problem In Regard to The Blind Spot Issue

If you are like most other people, you have had a close call or two with the issue of the blind spot while driving. The blind spot is the area just behind and to either side of your vehicle while driving. This is the area where your side mirrors cannot see because it is in an area that they do not reach.

If you are turning a corner or changing lanes and you are not aware of a vehicle in that area, it could be catastrophic. The usual way of spotting a vehicle in the blind spot is to turn…
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Discover the All-New 2018 Ford Explorer

The 2018 Ford Explorer comes with a slight redesign before the model’s next major overhaul. Some of the updates include a new grille and fog lights, four new paint choices, five stunning wheel options, quad exhaust tips on models with the 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6, and a built-in 4G LTE modem with Wi-Fi hotspot! Explore the changes to the Ford SUV when you visit Courtesy Ford in Okemos, MI.

New for 2018 is the Safe and Smart package, which consists of a blind spot monitoring system, lane-keep assistance,  traffic detection, and a collision warning system with brake support…

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Keep Your Ford Clean While You Travel With Food This Holiday Season

Cooking extravagant holiday dishes is a lot of fun but can also be time-consuming. When holiday treats need to be transferred to a family get-together, using care is important. The last thing anyone wants is to have an extravagant confection covered in whipped cream splattered all over the inside of their car! That’s where the Courtesy Ford team would like to help!

When the family is a fair distance away, freeze all possible dishes. This eliminates the need for ice and coolers, and the dishes will have plenty of time to thaw.

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The 2018 Ford Fiesta Gives You Good Gas Mileage

When you shop for a car, you look for one that will not only be affordable to you now but also affordable to you later. You want a car that is priced low and that will give you good fuel economy. The 2018 Ford Fiesta is a good pick for you.

The Ford Fiesta is designed to take you far without the need for you to fill up with gas. This car is made to give you excellent fuel economy. Gas prices will rise and fall, but you will not notice them too much as you drive around in the…

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When Should You Rotate Your Tires?

Rotating your tires promotes good health - for the lifetime of your tires. It helps your tires last longer on the road, and it ensures that the balance on your frame remains pretty solid. This will not only give you a smoother ride, but it will also keep you from replacing your tires anytime soon. So, how do you know when you need to rotate them?

Depending on the type of vehicle and tires you have, you should be having them rotated once every 5,000 to 10,000. While you do this, it's a good idea to have your…
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Test Drive the 2017 Ford F-150 to See For Yourself

Busy Okemos drivers spend a lot of time on the road. Having a trusted partner, like the 2017 Ford F-150, to depend on is a necessity for many people. This is truck offers more than transportation to get back and forth to work, play, DIY projects, and family gatherings. It can handle anything you need to do.

The available 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine on the 2017 Ford F-150 is powerful enough to tow up to 12,200 pounds, but that is not the only thing that garners attention from consumers. You can choose a regular or crew cab, depending on…
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Protect the Value of Your New Car with GAP Insurance

Something that is often overlooked, GAP Insurance is an important purchase that protects the value of your new car. If you about to buy one, it is essential that you consider buying GAP Insurance as well.

Why is this?

If you are ever in a major accident which requires a write-off of your car, standard insurance policies will generally only pay you the market value of your car at the time of the accident. However, because car values decline sharply immediately...
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