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What You Need to Know About the Ford F-150 Raptor’s Interior

The interior of the Ford F-150 Raptor provides you with convenience and comfort. Not only do you get bucket seats in the front and a rear folding seat in the back, but you also get various optional features. For example, you can easily add heat and ventilation to the front seats.

You’re going to love the reverse sensing system and the 4.2” productivity screen. You can enjoy a screen that will show you all that’s going on with your truck. Plus, there’s an entertainment system, a full instrument panel of gauges and meters, and more.

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Take a Closer Look at These Ford Taurus Design Features

One of the reasons that the all-new Ford Taurus is growing in popularity as a dependable full-size sedan is the unique design features. These are two features you will surely appreciate.

Exclusive to the all-new Ford Taurus SHO is the high-intensity discharge headlamps. These lights will make it easier for other drivers to see your vehicle during inclement weather. These lights will turn on automatically in low-light settings or if you need to turn on the windshield wipers.

Each of the Taurus models come standard with the LED Taillamps too. These lights burn brighter...

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Explore the Design Features of the Ford Edge

Ford first presented their quirky midsize SUV, the Edge, in 2007. It has remained a popular choice due in part to the Ford design team’s innovative styling. The 2018’s design features the availability of an SEL Sports Appearance Package.

The exterior’s statement is complete with aerodynamic styling that includes Ford's exclusive front grille detail, dark headlamps, and a rear spoiler. Additionally, the sporty appeal is completed with the Edge’s 19-inch wheel design. The style statement is continued on the interior as well.

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Avoid Side Traffic with Ford Focus BLIS

It can be hard for drivers to see the cars on either side of their vehicle. This can lead to an accident as the car careens into a neighbor car. You can avoid all of these problems with the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS).

When you are driving a well-equipped Ford Focus, BLIS can alert you to vehicles that may not appear in your rearview or side mirrors. A simple icon shows you when a car is alongside your left or right flank. This tells you to stay straight and wait for a safer time to change lanes. Although no…

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The ABCs of Towing Safely

Knowing the weight of your total load, including the trailer, is the first step toward towing safely. Total load weight needs to be slightly less than the vehicle tow rating. If possible, the trailer's load should be distributed evenly.

Hauling more than these limits dictate will cause undue wear and tear on the vehicle. It may even cause an accident. Modern vehicles have trailer sway control for safer travel, a trailer brake controller for safer stops and a tow-haul mode to adapt the transmission. To find out if your vehicle has these advantages, check your manual.

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Choosing Between Powertrain Warranty vs. Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty

Warranties can play a large role in helping us decide which car to buy. We at Woltz & Wind Ford understand that you want to get the warranty that gives you the best possible deal and works best for you. We’re here to answer all your questions.

Powertrain warranty vs. bumper-to-bumper warranty is often a dilemma for those purchasing vehicles. Powertrain warranties cover the entire powertrain or, in other words, almost anything under the hood that helps send power to the wheels, such as the engine, transmission, axles, differential.

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Why You Need to Regularly Maintain Your Transfer Case

Although your vehicle's transfer case is something you probably do not think about, it is a critical part of driving performance. Most four-wheel drives and all-wheel-drive vehicles have a transfer case. Without it, your truck or SUV would just be a two-wheel drive.

When you regularly maintain your transfer case, you are ensuring that all the components affected by it are running at efficient levels. Whether you use your four-wheel drive all the time or never, you still need to keep up with regular maintenance. If you never use your 4x4, your transfer case still rotates and distributes power…

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How to Tell When It's Time to Get Your Tires Checked

If a vehicle is driven a typical number of miles, tire tread will wear down after 3-4 years. Maintaining optimal tread and pressure, regardless of how often you drive, not only keeps you safer when you're on the road, it also minimizes wear on your vehicle and improves gas mileage. But how can you tell when your tires need attention?

For starters, soft tires are likely underinflated. This creates resistance, makes your vehicle work harder, and reduces the cushioning that protects your car. As for tread, modern tires display a cross-tread pattern when depth reduces to 2/32-inch.

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