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2018 Ford Expedition is the F-150 for Families

You've had a Ford F-150 since you bought your first pickup. You're a loyal truck-guy, but now you have a growing family, and you need something with a little more room to grow.

Luckily, you don't have to give up your favorite truck to find an SUV with three rows of seating and a child-pacifying entertainment system in the back. Contact Muscatell Burns Ford to learn about the 2018 Expedition.

This full-size SUV shares much of its platform with the F-150, including its body-on-frame construction, aluminum body, powerful towing ability, and its drivetrains: standard rear-wheel drive...

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Your Roadside Emergency Kit Could Save Your Life

If you had a breakdown, would you be ready for it? Do you have a roadside emergency kit in your car at all times? If the answer to that is no, then you need to get one. It doesn't take very long to get one together, and it could even save your life one day. Your emergency roadside kit should include items like a First-Aid kit, bottled water, and nonperishable food items. It should also include the tools to change a spare tire, tow rope, jumper cables, and multipurpose tool. You should also have a flashlight and batteries, duct…
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A City Driving Safety Tip

A good habit to get into when driving in the city, is to always keep your eyes moving. There is movement all around you at all times, between other vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists. Alternating your eyesight between what is in front of you, to your rear-view mirror that is on your windshield, to both rear-view mirrors on the sides every minute will keep you noticing everything.

This may seem a bit distracting at first, but once you get into the habit of doing it you will realize the benefits of doing it. Seeing who is turning and where, bicyclists or…
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MotorWeek Flips its Wig for 2017 Ford Explorer

Have you been shopping the full-size SUV segment for your next daily driver? Well, if so, please allow your pals here at Muscatell Burns Ford to throw you a bone:

Ours -- the 2017 Explorer -- is, by all accounts, a must-see machine.

Why, though?

Please allow the vehicular gurus over at MotorWeek to explain. Their assessment of the Explorer is as follows:

Though not quite as decked-out as some of the top-tier trims, the Explorer's Base iteration is nonetheless a beaut.

Standard features on this model include 18-inch wheels, a rearview camera, cruise control, an eight-way power driver seat ...

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Ford and Toyota Team Up for SmartDeviceLink Consortium

Ford Motor Company and Toyota are coming together in the name of smartphone connectivity. The two auto giants will form the SmartDeviceLink Consortium, a nonprofit team aiming to manage an open source software program with the hope of giving patrons more choices on how they connect and use their smartphone apps behind the wheel.

“Encouraging innovation is at the center of Ford’s decision to create SmartDeviceLink, and this consortium is...
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The All New Mid-Sized Ford Fusion

The 2017 Ford Fusion is the perfect vehicle for any driver. Whether you are looking to travel the world or just have a small convenient vehicle for everyday life the Ford Fusion has something to offer for everyone. From tons of great safety features to plenty of bold Sleek designs each model of the Ford Fusion has something unique to offer.

 
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CNET's Roadshow: New 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Is an Off-Road Animal

The Ford F-150 Raptor is an off-roading machine that chews through sand, grinds through snow and slogs through mud without missing a beat. In a new review, CNET's Roadshow takes the Raptor on a cross-desert run and the truck performs like it was born to it. Click "play" in the video clip below to watch the full report.

The Raptor features six selectable terrain modes. Normal, Sport and Weather work best on pavement. Off-road terrain modes are Mud/Sand, Baja and Rock. Each mode automatically selects the best transmission, throttle, traction control and steering parameters...

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CNET's Roadshow on the 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid: Small Improvements Add Up to a Big Gain

The 2017 edition of the Ford Fusion Hybrid has a number of improvements throughout - from the engine technology to the cabin technology - that collectively add up to a big gain for this environmentally friendly midsize sedan, says Antuan Goodwin, auto writer for CNET's Roadshow.

Under the hood, the Fusion Hybrid still has a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle engine, which makes 144 horsepower and 129 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with an 88 kW electric motor and a 1.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack...

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New Adaptive Steering Technology in Ford Edge and F-Series Super Duty

Ford has recently incorporated new adaptive steering technology into the 2017 F-Series Super Duty and Edge SUV lineup, giving drivers more steering control at all speeds.

 
 

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Whether you’re taking the kids to soccer practice or taking your crew to a work site, Ford’s new adaptive steering technology was made to work as hard as you do.

 
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Ripping up Expectations in the Focus ST

In 2012 Ford updated their entire Focus line-up. The refresh and facelift reignited the market's love for the Ford Focus line-up. One of the big introductions that came with that refresh was the powerful Ford Focus ST. Now five years later, the ST has been pushed aside by its more powerful counterpart, the Focus RS. But, let's all be honest here, the Ford Focus ST has plenty of great features to come out of the shadows once again.

Coming out of the dealer, the ST is loaded with 252 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque making it a…

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