Why Do I Have to Keep a Maintenance Schedule?

You purchased your new car, and now you realize that there are some things you must do in order to keep your warranty active and to keep your car running smoothly, safely, and like new.

Your manufacturer has determined that after certain events, such as reaching a certain number of miles, your vehicle needs to be tuned up or an oil change is called for. Sometimes, fluids need to be checked and adjustments made as the parts of the car work together to give you a smooth, reliable ride...

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Synthetic Vs. Conventional: Why Should I Consider One or the Other?

Performing preventative maintenance on your vehicle, such as having the oil changed, saves you money in the long run. While it may not seem apparently different in the way, your car performs, choosing the correct oil for your vehicle is a must to protect against major damages in the future.

The first thing to consider is to check your owner's manual. If there is a requirement for the oil type, it will be stated clearly. It's important to note that if you don't use the required type, it could void your car's warranty for any engine…

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Ford Bronco Set to Return to Dealerships in 2020

When you hear the name Ford Bronco, it’s hard not to think of the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial.

Now the car is getting a second lease on life, returning to dealerships in 2020, and its determined to make a name for itself.

The Bronco first drove onto the blacktop in 1966, and stopped being produced three decades after a white version of the SUV was...

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Best Features of the F150 at New South Ford in Meridian MS in Mississippi and Alabama

1. Aluminum Body You used to need a luxury car to get this level of material construction. The new aluminum body lowers weight and adds strength to the F150. Ford durability and crash rating tests have great results because of this foundation of 2015, 2016, 2017 Xl, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models. Corrosion resistance is also high.

2. EcoBoost Engines  More fuel efficient engines lead to low gas mileage and a longer driveā€¦
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Stay Safe and Save Money in The 2017 Ford Fusion

If you are on the go a lot, then you might be wondering what you can do to save money on fuel and stay safe on the road. The 2017 Ford Fusion can help you do just that. The 2017 Ford Fusion starts at a reasonable price. The 2017 Ford Fusion gets an estimated 21 miles per gallon in the city and 32 miles per gallon driving on the highway.

The 2017 Ford Fusion has many safety features such as Brake Assist, Electronic Stability Control, Low Tire Pressure Warning, Emergency Communication System, Security System, and much, much more...

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