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Ford F-150 Raptor Performance Features

When you want a new pickup truck, you want one that can perform well in just about any kind of driving conditions. The Ford F-150 Raptor is one of the highest performance pickup trucks on the market today.

What makes the Ford F-150 Raptor so powerful? One thing is its high-output twin-turbo intercooled 10-speed automatic 35L V6 EcoBoost® engine that gives it 450 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque. 

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What Are the Trim Levels of the Ford Fusion?

Ford produces three forms of the Ford Fusion. There is the gas driven Ford Fusion, the Hybrid Ford Fusion, and the Ford Fusion Energi. Each of these forms of the Ford Fusion has different trim levels. If you disregard the Hybrid and the Energi forms, that leaves the new trims of the gas driven Ford Fusion.

The five gas driven Ford Fusion trims include the S, SE, Titanium, V6 Sport, and Platinum. The principal feature that divides these trim levels is the power potential delivered by different engines.

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Enjoy Comfortable, Confident Performance in the 2018 Ford Expedition

Full-size SUVs will often sacrifice comfort for performance. The Ford Expedition, however, has a reputation for providing both, and its 2018 model is no exception, combining excellent ride quality with durability and style.

While many full-size SUVs have a solid rear axle, the Expedition utilizes an independent rear suspension, which allows each back wheel to adjust to road conditions as necessary. 

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Ford Taurus Backs Its Protection with Power

The Ford Taurus is a full-size sedan that seems ideal for family transportation because of its numerous safety features. You’ll stay firmly within your highway lanes when the Lane-Keeping System applies steering torque to keep you within the white lines. Change lanes and the Blind Spot Information System warns you if another vehicle is traveling next to you just beyond your vision.

The motive behind all this technology is one of two engines. 

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Maximize What You Can Do with the 2018 Ford F-150

The 2018 Ford F-150 is a workhorse truck that gives you plenty of ways to maximize its capabilities. With high cargo capacity and towing ratings, the F-150 can make any job go smoother than it would without the F-150.

The 2018 edition of the F-150 can tow more than ever with the power of its 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine, which boasts an output up to 375 horse and 470 pound-feet of torque.

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Safe Towing Guide

Now that warm weather is just around the corner, you may be considering taking the boat out for a day on the water. To ensure that it’s an enjoyable event without any unwanted surprises, it’s recommended to take some safety precautions. The first thing is to verify that your vehicle can handle the extra weight. Check with the manufacturer’s specs for allowable tow weight. 

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Exhaust Leak Symptoms

Many don't think much about the exhaust system in a car, but it serves an important purpose. The exhaust system pulls harmful exhaust fumes away from the cabin of the vehicle and sends them away into the air.

Like other vehicle components and systems, the exhaust system can have a leak that might allow fumes to come inside the vehicle. 

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Checking Your Brake Pads for Damage Is Imperative

You may often open up the hood of your car to make sure that your vehicle's engine parts and battery and in good shape. These are all important and can help prevent upsetting stalls and break downs from occurring in the future. Routine checkups could also save you lots of money when having your car serviced. Yet when was the last time you removed your tires and had a good look at your brake pads?

Brake pads allow cars to stop and reduce speed quickly. They are controlled from the brake pedal when hydraulic fluid is pushed into the…

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How Does GAP Insurance Work?

How does GAP insurance work? It's an excellent add-on product you can purchase directly through our finance department. It's relatively inexpensive and can be included in the overall cost of your monthly payment. You at least want to consider the details of GAP.

GAP insurance, or Guaranteed Asset Protection, is an add-on that will pay for the difference between what you owe and what your vehicle is worth if an accident should occur. 

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