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The Road Ahead in Your EcoSport

A compact vehicle doesn’t have to mean sacrificing features to be more fuel efficient. With smart technology built into the EcoSport from the ground up, you’ll soon see why the 2018 Ford EcoSport is such a popular compact SUV.

When you need to stay connected with friends and family on the go, you have access to two fast-charging USB ports that can keep your devices charged. 

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For High-Energy, High-Tech Driving, Try the Ford Focus ST

When people try the Ford Focus ST, they tend to become lifelong devotees. That's because these popular compact performance hatchbacks are designed for anyone craving a high-octane, heart-pumping driving experience. This stellar performance is enhanced by the vehicle's great technology features.

AdvanceTrac is one of the confidence-boosting tech features standard on every Ford Focus ST. 

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What Kind of Engine Does the Ford Transit Connect Have in Standard Form?

Knowing the capability of your standard issue engine in any vehicle is important. However, when considering a passenger or cargo van, the engine’s capabilities become even more important. Engine capability says a lot about how your van will act when carrying a heavy payload or towing a trailer.

The engine that comes standard with the Ford Transit Connect is a 2.5 Liter Duratec I-4 powerhouse that generates 169-horsepower at 6,000 rpm...

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Lead the Pack With the 2018 Ford Taurus

Driving a sedan shouldn't force a driver to sacrifice a desire for performance. With a starting price of $22,685, the Taurus is an amalgamation of performance and affordability. The Ford Taurus has been a popular choice for consumers seeking a reliable sedan for more than 30 years.

The available all-wheel-drive system ensures a driver is ready to tackle the road ahead and will adjust the torque distribution to prevent a loss of traction. 

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The Ford Mustang is Better than Ever

The Ford Mustang remains one of the most popular sports cars on the market. The lower front hood, sharp body lines and recognizable silhouette are unmistakably Mustang. While being modernized, the overall design represents decades of familiarity. Make the ultimate sport statement by choosing the convertible top that drivers quickly open or close with a convenient latch and electronic power.

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Does the Ford Flex Have a Parallel Parking System?

Parallel parking is a chore. That is why you must pass a parallel parking test to get your driver’s license. Selecting your spot, getting into the right position, and then jockeying back and forth until you get into position is a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you have traffic building up behind you.

The Ford Flex is a full-sized vehicle making parallel parking even more difficult. 

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When You Want Capability Features Choose Ford

In the market for a pickup truck that’s in a class all its own and beats its competitors almost every year? You won’t have to look any further than the Ford F-150, a popular full-size pickup truck. Stop at Nelson Ford and speak with our sales staff. They’ll answer any questions you may have about the Ford F-150.

With the Ford F-150, backing up will never be an issue again thanks to the Pro Trailer Backu Assist™. 

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Find Refined Comfort and Style with the Ford Explorer

Can a full-size SUV be classy? It sure can when it's the Ford Explorer. This popular three-row SUV received a thorough makeover for the 2018 model year. On the exterior, the dynamic new grille and distinctive front and rear LED lighting is sure to turn heads. Upgrade to the Explorer Sport for an even more distinguished look

Inside the Explorer you'll find a pleasing palette of colors for the refined interior.

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Find Your Way with Streaming Navigation and the 2018 Ford Escape

Did you know you can stream navigation from your phone to the Ford Sync 3 touchscreen? It's easy with standard connectivity features on the 2018 Ford Escape.

Your smartphone map apps can be streamed directly to the touchscreen with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay. Users can feed a navigation app to their screens through Siri or Google voice commands. The system reads the directions for you. 

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