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Getting GAP coverage and why you should do it

GAP coverage may seem like one of those extra options that salesman throw at you when you decide to purchase a car from them. However, this coverage is one option that you should not skimp on.

GAP insurance cover can be simplified as covering the "gap" in the event of your new vehicle being totaled. Let's say your auto insurance will cover 20,000.00 for your car but you owe 23,000.00 on the said vehicle (because you purchased new and the car has depreciated in value). GAP insurance covers the additional 3,000.00.

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2017 Ford Explorer Wins Respect of MotorWeek

If you're in the market for a full-size crossover, we here at Hines Park Ford Inc think you should make a point to try ours -- the 2017 Explorer -- on for size.

And why is that, exactly?

Gain some context from the clip below; here with their analysis of the Explorer are the vehicular gurus at MotorWeek:

We're admittedly blown away by the Explorer's base engine, a 3.5-liter V6.

Syncing with a six-speed automatic transmission, the V6 turns out a terrific 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. Standard fare includes front-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive is…

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Ford Has a Splendorous Sedan in the 2017 Fusion

Are you seeking a daily driver that can really do it all? Well, if so, we here at Hines Park Ford Inc feel you might like to have a good, long look at our midsize sedan, the 2017 Fusion.

How come?

Allow AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai to explain; her assessment of the Fusion can be found in the clip below:

The standard features roster of the Fusion's mid-level model, the Titanium, is bound to make it a popular selection.

Such equipment includes a sprightly, 240-horsepower turbo four-cylinder engine, 18-inch wheels, upgraded taillights, a rear spoiler, ambient cabin…

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Standard Features List Expands For the 2018 Ford Mustang

At this year’s Detroit Auto Show, Ford gave us our first look at the redesigned 2018 Mustang. With an upgraded design—led by a lower nose and more aggressive headlights—expanded features list, and tweaked suspension, it looks like it’ll be gobs of fun on road or track. But the real ticket are the numerous standard features that were once mere “options.”

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