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2017 F-250 Super Duty Still Embroiled in Age-Old Battle of Work Capability vs. Personal Comfort

Pickup trucks were, originally, meant to be purpose-built work vehicles. They were for farmers, and freight deliveries, not families.

After the Second World War, many rural farmers moved to the city for work, and brought their trucks with them. That's when Ford really began tailoring its pickups to be ideal for both work and home, making them more streamlined and attractive, and adding comfortable amenities.

 

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AutoGuide.com Gets a Taste of Terrific 2017 Ford Fusion

Has the search for your next daily driver led you to the midsize sedan segment? Well, if so, your pals here at Palm Springs Ford have a sneaking suspicion you might like to meet ours, the 2017 Fusion.

Why, though?

We'll let AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai explain. Check out her review of the Fusion right here:

Simultaneously a beauty and a beast, the Fusion's top-of-the-line engine -- a turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 -- is wholly unlike every other across the model range.

Available exclusively on the V6 Sport trim, this turbo-V6 couples with a six-speed automatic transmission to…

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Break-free with the Ford Escape

We're well into the summer months and soon enough, they'll be winding down. It's not ideal to think about, however, there's still plenty of time to get outside and break-free of your mundane routine. The best, most exciting way to do this is with the 2017 Ford Escape.

 

No matter where you go, the Intelligent 4WD in the #FordEscape will help you get there.

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Prepare for Your Family Road Trip

A road trip is something that you will want to properly prepare for, as you will not want to be required to go back to your home to get what had forgotten. If you end up traveling far from your home and then realize that you left something behind, then it is possible that you may be required to buy it from the store, thus, requiring you to spend more money than you would have needed to had you not forgotten that particular item.

Aside from properly packing everything that you will need on the road trip, it is highly…
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How Can I Tell My Car Battery is Failing?

The car battery is responsible for powering numerous devices in the vehicle, but many people don't realize the battery is failing until they are stranded with a car that won't start. Take a look to see if any of these failing battery warning signs happen in your car.

1. The check-engine light on the instrument panel appears to stay lit now instead of flashing or blinking occasionally.
2. When you pop the hood, the casing around the battery itself appears to be swollen.
3. Your vehicle needs to be jump started to get running some days.
4. The…
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How Can I Tell My Car Battery is Failing?

The car battery is responsible for powering numerous devices in the vehicle, but many people don't realize the battery is failing until they are stranded with a car that won't start. Take a look to see if any of these failing battery warning signs happen in your car.

1. The check-engine light on the instrument panel appears to stay lit now instead of flashing or blinking occasionally.
2. When you pop the hood, the casing around the battery itself appears to be swollen.
3. Your vehicle needs to be jump started to get running some days.
4. The…
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Increasing Your Fuel Economy

Tough times call for strict measures. If you want to have good fuel efficiency in your vehicle, you will need to use some special products and procedures. First, you should always fill your gas tank up as much as possible instead of only putting a little bit of gas in the vehicle. This keeps the fuel lines and the fuel pump clean because the system doesn't have to scrape the very bottom of the barrel. The second tip is to use an additive such as a fuel injector cleaner that can clean things up for you a little bit…
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Your Emergency Kit Could Save Your Life

Your vehicle should have an emergency roadside kit in it at all times, since you never know when you may need it. You should have a First-Aid kit, bottled water, nonperishable food items, and road flares in your kit. You should also have a spare pair of clothes, tow rope, jumper cables, and a multipurpose tool. Throw anything else in that you think would be helpful. If you live in a colder climate, you should also pack warm blankets, hand and foot warmers, an ice scraper, and sand or cat litter. To keep everything more organized and easy to find…
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