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Standard Luxury: Ford Platinum and Titanium Trims

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Luxury automakers advertise their vehicles as the only way to purchase the latest and greatest in automobile technologies, and charge buyers accordingly. This also means that they want you to think your new expensive German sedan is the best of the best. What if we told you Ford was offering the exact same technologies, with more user-friendly systems, for a price that wont break the bank? Enter the new Ford Platinum and Titanium trims. Read More

Small Soldiers: Ford Fiesta 1.0L vs. Mini Cooper Hardtop

Fiesta 1.0L vs. Mini Cooper

The Ford Fiesta 1.0L and Mini Cooper are two amazingly fun to drive hatchbacks in the subcompact class. Both have been redesigned for the 2014 model year, with the Mini gaining an update to its familiar looks, and the Fiesta gaining new technologies as well as a handsome new front end. Both Ford and Mini have also announced their first Three-Cylinder Engines, making their debuts in the Fiesta and Cooper Hatchback respectively. This is a big deal considering that compact and lower segments have held an industry standard of Four-Cylinder engines. Ford is continuing the new tradition of making EcoBoost powered engines that perform better than their competitor’s engines with more cylinders. While these cars provide a completely different image and perception in the marketplace, when you compare them you will realize that this is not entirely the case.

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2014 Ford Model Changes

2014 Ford Model Changes

2014 Ford Model Changes

Ford never stops in its quest to bring the most efficient, powerful cars that offer customers the best value in the marketplace. Every year Ford Motor Company brings its best game and improves upon their existing model foundations with new standard equipment, options and exterior updates. The 2014 models are beginning to arrive, and once again Ford is packing more value into every model in the lineup. Nearly every vehicle we have available has some changes to it, including one complete redesign and one mid-cycle refresh. Even vehicles that were redesigned in 2013 are getting updates for the new model years.

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