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Good Reasons to Drive an SUV

A lot of people love driving SUVs. They're multipurpose vehicles that excel in multiple conditions. When you're in the market for a new car, however, there are a few solid reasons why an SUV could improve your life.

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The Fast Lane, the 2018 Raptor, and Updates

We're looking forward to the arrival of the upcoming 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor and the experts at The Fast Lane got to take one out for a drive already! Putting our jealousy aside, we took a listen to what they had to say and, on top of a lot of praise, they let us know about a couple updates it's getting. Outside, it offers a couple new paint colors and a new tailgate around back with "F-150" stamped into it; inside, it offers a new Bang & Olufsen B&O PLAY premium sound system for your listening pleasure. Take…

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2017 Ford Mustang Sets New Bar for Sports Car Class

If you're a fan of muscle cars, listen up. We here at Ford of Englewood, Inc. have one that's bound to make you break out into your happy dance.

Known as the 2017 Mustang, your first look at this vehicle is available in the clip below. Join carwow critic Mat Watson, as he provides the necessary context:

Those who stick with the base trim will enjoy a 3.7-liter V6 engine, good for a hearty 300 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Available gearboxes include a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters.

We're also…

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No Surprises Here: Ford is Still Going Strong

Boy, do I love selling Ford cars.
 
My customers are happy with their vehicles.  They require minimal maintenance and work, and people love buying American-made.  I’m so glad that Ford doesn’t disappoint with quality.
Before I started selling cars, it always seemed like the divide between Ford and other foreign automakers was massive.
 
Since then, though, that gap has closed dramatically.  The current Ford ...
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Ford F-150 Drivers can Tow Anything they Want to Any Place

Ford F-150 drivers are the kind of people who need to be able to tow something to a new location so that they can have a good time.  They often have recreational vehicles or campers that they want to tow, and they need a truck that will tow all these things.
And for many of those folks, the Ford F-150 is the vehicle for them.  Banish the thought of getting another truck because there is no other truck that can be used for a family that likes to travel and vacation.  You can carry your jet skis, motorcycles and tow…
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Jose Cuervo and Ford Find a New Use for Agave

Your entire familiarity with the agave plant is based around its use making tequila. You may have seen some agave sweetener in the gourmet section of the supermarket, but mainly... you know agave makes tequila.

Unfortunately, that is most of the use of agave!

After the sugary nectar is extracted from the leaves, the rest of the plant may be discarded. Ford wasn't happy with that, and neither was…

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2017 Ford Fusion Wins IIHS Top Safety Pick+

The roads in Englewood can be riddled with hazards, from over-exhausted commuters, to student drivers, to wildlife crossing the road. You need a sedan that's ready to handle anything.

Fortunately, the 2017 Ford Fusion is that sedan.

You may notice it looks a bit different from the outgoing model. A few changes are purely aesthetic, but inside, structural improvements to the front end have enhanced protection in small-overlap

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Ford Assuages Your Range-Anxiety Woes with a 610-Mile Range Fusion Energi Plug-in Hybrid

How far could you get on a single tank of gas? It's a question that bothers you from time to time, as you realize how frequently you take trips to the gas station just from your daily commute, and one that becomes particularly poignant as you plan a road trip, and worry about finding yourself stranded 50 miles from the nearest fuel pump.

A recent Harris Poll, conducted in March 2016…

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Which Truck is the Best at Protecting Drivers From Injury?

Trucks all advertise themselves as "tough." Drivers of these pickups are also less likely to buckle up, according to IIHS research, possibly because they believe their trucks provide adequate protection even without a belt (or because they do not fear death).

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety just dropped a truth-bomb on us, though. Not all trucks are safe.

The results of the full-size pickup small-overlap crash test

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