What Features Does the 2019 Ford Edge Have?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Edge on Monday, December 10th, 2018 at 2:53 PM
2019 Ford Edge outside city skyline

There a lot of upsides to SUVs these days. They are big enough to handle the ever-changing landscape of family life while maintaining just enough adventurous spirit to head off the road if you really want to. That’s an attractive combination for any driver looking for a new car.

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What are the Best Winter Tires in Canada?

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Seasonal, Service on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 at 8:35 PM
Car speeding and drifting through the snow

Winter is coming as it does every year. There’s a lot we can do to prep for it and get ready for the inevitable hazards it brings. Between all the snow, ice, and other drivers you want to make sure your car is ready from top to bottom.

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What are Some Good Winter Driving Tips?

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Seasonal, Tips & Tricks on Friday, November 2nd, 2018 at 1:02 PM

Snow and ice are two of the least favorite words for drivers. Bad roads are never fun to drive and when winter hits they are basically happening daily. It happens every year and we know when it’s coming, but it always seems like people forget how to handle it.

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What Ford SUV is Good For the Winter?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford EcoSport, Technology on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 at 7:58 PM
Ford EcoSport parked outside apartment

Winter is fast approaching and with that, there will soon be snow, ice, and bad weather all around. Now is a good time to look at investing in something that might be able to better handle these rough conditions. SUVs have become a popular choice among many drivers, but they aren’t created equally. 

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What Driver Assistance Does The 2019 Ford Taurus Come With?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Taurus on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 at 6:48 PM
Red 2019 Ford Taurus speeding down road

Construction, weather, other drivers, and your own cars quirks all play into trying to navigate the roads. Whether it’s the highway or a country road there will likely be times that your concentration slips or some hazards pop up with little time to react. That’s been obvious since cars first started becoming popular, but we’ve come a long way since then.

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Is Ford Coming Out With More GT Supercars?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford GT on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 at 5:06 PM
Close up of Ford GT at Autoshow

There’s something nice about having a car with an engine that can really go. One good rev is all you need to prove your car could smoke anything that might try to step up. Muscle cars and big engines are at a premium when you’re looking for power.

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How Powerful Will the 2019 Ford Ranger Be?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Ranger, Technology on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at 7:13 PM
2019 Ford Ranger parked at canyon

When it comes to pickup trucks then power is the name of the game. If your truck can’t carry the heavy loads or tow the big stuff, then why bother having a truck at all? You need the best of the best so you never have to worry about being able to get a job done.

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How is the 2019 Ford Transit Connect’s Fuel Economy?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Transit, Technology on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at 6:29 PM
2019 Ford Transit parked outside home

Buying a car is a complicated process, annoyingly so at times. There’s so much to consider and so many numbers being thrown around that it becomes a whirlwind at some point. If you’re looking for a new family vehicle that doesn’t make things any easier. 

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How Well Does the 2019 Ford Fiesta Perform?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Fiesta on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at 5:07 PM

There’s a lot that goes into figuring out as you’re going to buy a car. What features there are, price tag, overall quality, all of that and more are considered in the shopping experience. The real name of the game these days though is fuel economy. 

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What Does It Mean to be a Ford Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle?

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Highland Ford on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at 3:39 PM

Buying a car can be stressful and knowing you’re looking for a used car can potentially be even more stressful. It’s hard to know just what that car has before it becomes yours. Maybe the last diver only used the car to get church on Sundays or they could’ve been an amateur drag racer and burned out the engine trying to be fast and furious. 

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