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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 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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Beat the summer heat with the 2017 Ford Escape and FordPass

Nothing's worse than a hot car in the summertime. The sticky seats, scalding steering wheel, and oppressive, sweltering air can leave you clamoring for the climate controls and really put a damper on your summer driving experience. Wouldn't it be great if your car could be cool and ready to go the moment you open the door? Well, with the all-new 2017 Ford Escape, it can be!


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Finally, a Way to Handle Potholes!

To say potholes are annoying would be an understatement. However, they can be much more than a jarring nuisance. According to AAA, damage from potholes cost drivers in the United States an estimated $3 billion dollars every year. Well now, Ford has figured out a way to address this problem...

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