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Make the Ford Flex Your Go-To Family Vehicle

There are a lot of crossovers out there to choose from but, when it comes to truly unique style paired with affordable luxury, there's nothing quite like the 2017 Ford Flex! This wagon-inspired full-size crossover offers three rows of seating for up to seven passengers and, when you fold down the rear two rows, you can expand the cargo area up to a maximum of 83.2 cubic feet! Add on a sleek and eye-catching style along with safety tech like the Blind Spot Information System and Adaptive Cruise Control, and you'll wonder why you ever drove anything…

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Control Your Mustang's Roar With Ford's Quiet Start Mode

You get up early. You have places to be today and getting there on time means leaving before everyone else in the house and the neighborhood has woken up. Since you don't want to be the rude person who woke everyone, you switch on Quiet Start when you get in your car. You switch on your 2018 Ford Mustang and are met by the gentle rumble of its muted engine.

A new feature option announced by Ford for the 2018 Mustang GT, Quiet Start gives you the ability to close your engine valves when you start your car, minimizing…

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MotorWeek Goes Gaga Over Gorgeous 2017 Ford Explorer

It's good to be king -- just ask the 2017 Ford Explorer.

A veritable living legend of the American automaker, the Explorer is also one of the most popular vehicles across the entire full-size SUV segment.

Yet, what -- specifically -- makes it so?

The good folks at MotorWeek are here to provide the need-to-know details; ride out with them in the clip below:

No bones about it -- Ford delivered a doozy with the Explorer's entry-level engine, a 3.5-liter V6.

Making a hearty 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque, the base V6 pairs with a six-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel…

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What Makes the 2017 Ford Fusion Such a Fine Four-Door?

Has the midsize sedan class been calling your name? Well, if so, we here at Babbitt Ford suggest you heed its cries -- and then direct your attention to ours, the 2017 Fusion.

Might you fall for it as fast as we did?

Check the clip below to make that determination. Here with more on all things Fusion is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

Shoppers seeking the very best the Fusion has to offer will receive precisely that with the top-of-the-line V6 Sport trim.

Standard features on this model include a feisty, 325-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, all-wheel drive, a distinctive grille…

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Keeping a Clean Car is Much More than Showboating!

If you have ever shopped around for a new paint job, you know that a showroom finish is worth half the value of a brand new car. You also may find out that even the best paint job falls short of the standard factory finish (a finish, cohesively baked onto the metal). It is thus of paramount importance that you wash your car regularly, and keep it safe by maintaining a coat of Carnauba hard wax. Even small airplanes are waxed with a high quality Carnauba wax; for aerodynamics, and protecting the paint and soft aluminum from the wear and…
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Planning for a Safe Road Trip in Your Vehicle

Part of the way that you ensure a safe road trip is by taking the necessary precautions while the car is still parked in front of your house. Our service center has compiled a list of the top safety tips that you can easily incorporate into your next road trip.

Here are some things to do before you leave for the road trip.
  • Make certain the wiper blades are replaced and the fluid reservoir is filled.
  • Keep a spare gallon of engine coolant in the trunk in case the car overheats.
  • A roll of duct tape can make a bunch…
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Three Hacks for Improving Your Fuel Economy

Everyone likes saving money on gas. Here are three simple hacks to improve your fuel economy.
Aerodynamics. Anything you can do to decrease air drag will improve your fuel economy. If you're driving an older box-body car, then an air scoop on the front bumper might help. Window edge guards can help you cool your car without causing a gap for air penetration and drag.
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