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The all-American brand is headquartered in the ouskirts of the Motor City, Detroit, Michigan and has a rich history rooted in the USA. Now a days Ford is known for tough trucks, and good looking cars. Top Models: Mustang, F-150, Taurus. New models to watch for: Fusion, Flex

2019 and 2020 Ford Ranger Gain More Power, Fox Suspension With Three Off-road Packages

2019 and 2020 Ford Ranger Gain More Power, Fox Suspension With Three Off-road Packages
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The Ford Ranger is probably one of the most sought after mid-size pick-up trucks out there and it has less to do with the way it looks or the engines it comes with. One of the critical aspects of the Ranger’s appeal is the sheer amount of aftermarket accessories available from the factory. Ford recognizes… Continue Reading...

Coronavirus: All the Deals and Support Programs Automakers are Offering

Coronavirus: All the Deals and Support Programs Automakers are Offering
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The world economy is feeling the crunch of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the automotive market isn’t free from it. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Most Fun-To-Drive Cars Under $30,000

Top 10 Most Fun-To-Drive Cars Under $30,000
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The threat of fully autonomous driving is, realistically, decades away. We want to celebrate the fun of driving while we still can, but we also want to do it on a budget. Continue Reading...

Ford F-150 Hybrid Confirmed for 2021, Getting 3.5L V6

Ford F-150 Hybrid Confirmed for 2021, Getting 3.5L V6
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We know that Ford will be launching a hybrid version of its F-150 light-duty truck in the future. It was widely believed that the hybrid will debut with the next generation of F-150. But according to new documents that have surfaced thanks to the VIN decoder (via newf150forum.com), we can confirm that the 2021 Ford F-150… Continue Reading...

The 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2019 Mostly Weren’t Cars

The 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2019 Mostly Weren’t Cars
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The numbers are in, and they confirm what we already knew: everybody is buying crossovers (and trucks). America bought 17.1 million vehicles in 2019, according to Edmunds. That was a slight decrease over the previous year, but it was enough to set a record as the fifth consecutive year of sales totalling over 17 million…. Continue Reading...
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