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The 2017 F-50 is For Work and Play


The 2017 F-150 has incredible handling! With an independent front suspension, a fully boxed frame, and coil springs, you get a smooth ride. The F-150 also comes with rear leaf two-stage variable rate springs, power rack and pinion steering, and trailer sway control to help keep your load on the road. This truck can handle pretty much anything you toss its way from work to play.

Power is Supreme

The 2017 F-150 comes standard with a 3.5-Liter V6 engine and an electronic 6-speed transmission with tow/haul mode and sports mode. You can even get more incredible options to…
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The 2018 Ford Explorer vs. the Competition


When it comes to SUVs, these spectacular vehicles have been battling for many years. The Ford Explorer has always been a top choice for many people because it provides luxury, high-performance, power, and practicality. For 2018, this SUV continues its dominance thanks to its wide array of features.

This vehicle can effortlessly drive through rain, wind, snow and any other inclement weather situation. Whether you want to drive on dirt roads or plow through muddy bayous, the advanced EcoBoost engine and the Terrain Management System gives you plenty of power, torque, traction...
 
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When Is It Time to Replace My Car Battery?


Batteries are one of the last things people will check for proper maintenance. They often find out their battery is on the brink when trying to start their vehicle in the parking lot or in the driveway when leaving for work. Like anything else that is about to fail, batteries show signs when they are in need of servicing or replacing.
1. If your car is slow to crank, it could be a sign that your battery needs replacing.
2. A check engine light may mean that battery power is weak and needs charging.
3. Low battery fluid level can…
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Meet Ford's Mind-Boggling Muscle Car, the 2017 Mustang

If ever there were a sports car that could leave us here at Autosaver Ford straight-up speechless, our esteemed American automaker's -- the 2017 Mustang -- would have to be it.

Why, though?

Gain the necessary perspective from carwow pundit Mat Watson; his assessment of the Mustang is as follows:

Talk about a terrific base model -- that's precisely what Ford turned out with the Mustang V6.

Standard creature comforts include 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic xenon headlights, LED taillamps, a limited-slip rear differential, keyless ignition and entry, a rearview camera, the ...

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AutoGuide.com Gets Taste of Tempestuous 2017 Ford Focus RS

If you've never before thought about purchasing a hot hatchback, don't worry: we here at Autosaver Ford completely understand. This segment is usually something of a niche interest.

That said, it seems to us that Ford is out to change all that -- and it plans on doing so with the 2017 Focus RS.

Check the clip below to get a sense for what we mean; AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika is here with more on all things Focus RS:

No bones about it: the sole trim level of the Focus RS is straight-up sensational.

Standard features…

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The 2017 Ford Flex: Family-Friendly Excellence

Driving with your loved ones in tow means taking the wheel of a family-friendly vehicle and, if you've been on the lookout for a truly unique crossover that can accommodate your whole family and then some, look no further than the 2017 Ford Flex! This full-size crossover has a monstrous cargo area that can expand up to 83.2 cubic feet with the rear rows folded down, offers seating for up to seven passengers, and even provides safety tech like Active Park Assist so you can fit snugly into even the trickiest parking spots. See more of it below…

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The 2018 Ford Mustang GT Will Have a Quiet Start Mode

You want an amazing car experience. The 2018 Ford Mustang can deliver that. You also want good relations with your neighbors. The Mustang can deliver that too.

The 2018 Mustang will have powerful engine options including a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine. A powerful engine if there ever was one, it also has a tendency to get loud. Thankfully, if you buy the 2018 Mustang GT, you'll also have a Quiet Start option available to help you keep that noise under control.

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