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What Are the Technological Differences Between the Ford EcoSport Trim Levels?

Ford’s compact SUV, the EcoSport, comes in four trim levels. Technology advances from one trim to the next. Here are the technology improvements that you will find in each trim of the EcoSport.

Though the EcoSport S trim is the base trim level, the vehicle is no lacking in technological devices. The EcoSport S has Auto Start/Stop technology, Advance Trac with roll stability to keep the tires on the road, a rear-view camera...

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Improve Engine Runs with the Ford F-150

When towing is at the top of your pickup truck want list, the Ford F-150 delivers through standard Trailer Sway Control and AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™. It can also optionally add Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ to synchronize your truck as you back up to the trailer, smart trailer tow connector that tells you of any connectivity issues, and the dynamic hitch assist that helps direct the hitch to the trailer using a line-of-sight guide.

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View the Brand-New Ford Escape at Ken Stoepel Ford

The small to midsize SUV market has many different options. People love to buy SUVs and the market availability of vehicles offered by manufacturers reflects that reality. Ford is one of the prime movers in the SUV market and the Ford Escape line of small-mid SUVs shows their expertise in the area. It is not trying to be something fancy- just a solid, small SUV for moving passengers and cargo.

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Ford Transit Connect: Feedback without Judgment

Most of us would appreciate extra eyes on the road—but without the backseat driver commentary. That’s where the Ford Transit Connect comes in handy.

This vehicle is available with the Forward and Reverse Sensing System. Need help parallel parking? The Ford Transit has you covered. When you’re backing up (or pulling forward) at a slow speed, as soon as you get close to the bumper of the adjacent car, the ultrasonic sensors alert you. 

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Way You Could be Ruining Your Car

Owning a car is a big responsibility. To keep your car working safely and efficiently there are some things you should be doing routinely. Here are few things that could be causing harm to your car:

  • Driving in a severe manner can be damaging to your car. Stop-and-go traffic, hard stops, rough roads, and heavy loads can all decrease gas mileage and cause excessive wear. 
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Car Care Tips You Should Get Done This Spring

Spring is the perfect time to perform some routine maintenance and get you vehicle in tip top shape just in time for warmer weather. Getting started now will ensure that your vehicle is ready for the summer and for your next road trip. Here are some tips for spring time maintenance:

  • It is important to follow the maintenance schedule provided by your vehicles manufacturer. This is an easy way to keep up with you routine maintenance.
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A Healthy Fuel Filter Can Save Your Motor from Damage

In order to operate properly, the motor in your vehicle needs adequate supplies of gas or diesel. In addition, you engine needs this fuel to be as clean and unadulterated as possible.

Gas or diesel supplies that contain debris can physically harm the cylinders and may cause fuel line blockages.

The good news is, a small and inexpensive part called a fuel filter can prevent many of these issues from ever happening. 

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Ford Explorer Features Extra Cargo Capacity

The Ford Explorer takes cargo space and passenger comfort to the next level. As the name implies, this vehicle is designed for the adventurer in you and adventurers need to haul a lot of stuff. The Explorer lets you choose how you will use the space.

Though the vehicle can comfortably carry up to seven passengers, it also leaves ample room to carry their things. 

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