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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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Play it safe this summer: schedule a service appointment for your car today

Your summer is yours for the seizing, so why not get out there and enjoy every moment? Whether you're more of a spontaneous road-tripper or you're planning out some wonderful and exciting vacation time, be sure that your vehicle is in the best possible shape to avoid any mishaps.


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Our service center here at Hines Park Ford is ready to help you avoid any car trouble during your travels. We suggest makin

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Ford Expands the 2018 F-150’s Unique Characteristics

While the current model looks imposing and capable enough, the 2018 Ford F-150 won’t just dial that up with seven new grille designs, but make them unique based on trim. Add on six different wheel designs, more options, and the already-impressive list of class-leading and exclusive capability and tech, and it seems that America’s favorite half-ton truck will have more to offer than ever.

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The Key Benefits Of Keeping The Exterior Of Your Car Clean

There are many reasons why it is important to keep the exterior of the car clean. The obvious one is because it makes it look much nicer. This also helps you keep people keep up with the general maintenance of the exterior too. By washing every inch of the car, you are alerted to loosened bolts, side mirrors, or tag on the front and back. This gives you the chance to see if any trim is working loose and check to see how the paint is holding up under the current conditions. By catching just the smallest amount of wear…
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Be Prepared to Have Fun

If you're planning a road trip, there's lots to do, but you don't want to begin a stressful trip by over planning. You need to plan for your trip, so that you can budget appropriately, but you should leave some free time to allow for somewhat of a spontaneous adventure. You never know when you'll pass by a cool attraction that you just can't pass up and you want to have the time to go and explore it. You might even want to go on a hike or two. You should bring an emergency fund…
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Fuel Your Fuel Economy

Considering this to be conventional wisdom no one wants to spend money they do not have to. With that being said, people also do not want to use gas when they do not have to. Yet, many of our habits and mannerism cause us to senselessly waste gas and ultimately have poor fuel economy.For example, aggressive driving drains gas mileage. Studies indicate aggressive driving may lower your gas mileage as much as 40 percent. That is insane.

When you drive effectively, you can save as much as ninety-seven cents per gallon. It is a win-win situation. When you drive…
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Always Drive Safe

Being a safe driver involves many things. You need to be able to focus on the road. Don't ever let anything distract you--not your passengers or your radio and definitely not your phone. The road is always changing, and you need to be focused on what is going on around you. You should always be scanning the road and checking your mirrors every 6-8 seconds. Leave yourself plenty of room when you are following other drivers, and always do your shoulder check before you switch lanes. Be attentive at all times and never drive rushed, stressed, or angry. If…
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