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Enjoy a Drive on the Wild Side with the Rambunctious 2017 Ford Focus RS

Fancy a hot hatchback for your next vehicular purchase? Well, if so, we here at Metro Ford Inc. think you'll find a whole heck of a lot to enjoy about ours, the 2017 Focus RS.

"Such as what?" you ask.

Here now to provide you with some perspective is AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika; link up with him in the clip below:

The sole trim type of the Focus RS offers a truly incomparable level of standard appointment.

Such features include dual-zone auto climate control, front Recaro sport seats, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a pair of…

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2018 F-150's Engine Options Offer Improved MPG

You love driving a truck but you're getting sick and tired of burning through gas like it's potato chips. Sadly, this is probably always going to be a bit of a problem, just owing to the fact that trucks tend to prioritize muscle over fuel savings. That said, there is a rising trend among some trucks that's aimed at decreasing the pain their drivers suffer at the pump

The 2018 Ford F-150, for instance, will offer new engine options that bump up the truck's MPGs to be more in line with modern standards.

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2017 Ford Fusion Earns Acclaim from AutoGuide.com

Are you in the market for a midsize sedan? Well, if so, we here at Metro Ford Inc. think you might like to meet ours, the 2017 Fusion.

And why's that, you wonder?

Allow AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai to supply you with the necessary context. Join her in the clip below:

Sure to meet the needs of most motorists with relative ease, the Fusion's entry-level engine -- a 2.5-liter four-cylinder -- is flat-out terrific.

Teaming with a six-speed automatic transmission, the base four-banger produces a healthy 175 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque. It is available in…

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How to Make a Roadside Emergency Kit

 

 

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Do you have a roadside emergency kit in your car?

If you don't, we recommend getting one. You never know when you might have to deal with a flat tire or some other problem. It could happen on your way back from work, on a road trip, or on a lonely road in the middle of nowhere.

With a little bit of searching, you can find premade kits. Another (typically cheaper) option is to gather key items and make your own kit.

Roadside…

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Truth In Lending In 5 Boxes

The financing process can seem daunting, especially if it is your first time going through it. Our goal is to make the process as smooth, and hassle-free as possible.

One of the ways we do that is by assisting you through the entire financing process, answering questions, and offering advice.

This video helps explain a part of the process – the finance contract. It breaks it down into five boxes, which explain the different aspects of the Truth In Lending section.

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Road Trip Horror Movie

Your road trip shouldn't be like a horror movie. You shouldn't break down in the middle of a dark road. You shouldn't have to walk seven miles to a gas station. It doesn't have to be that way. A little preparation can go a long way. It can save you tons of anguish.

You can start by packing a gas can to store extra gasoline. It can give you enough just to get those extra few miles. It can also serve as storage for gas should you run out. You can also pack valuable items like…
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Why Your Car Battery Needs To Be Tossed

Your car battery could be running out of juice. Does it need to be tossed? It might need to be tossed if it's not helping you start the car. You might need to get the jumper cables out way too often these days. That's never good. You might have a weaker than normal sounding horn. That's not good, either.

The car battery is integral to running electrical components within your vehicle. It powers windows, locks, radios, windshield wipers, cigarette lighters, external power and more. It's the basis for a lot of energy within the framework of…
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How To Make Your Gas Go Further

Gas prices go up and down all the time. No matter what the price of gas at the time it can still be a very expensive bill. That bill is even larger if your fuel economy is not low. While your car may have a standard fuel economy, there are ways to increase it and make your gas last longer. Follow these tips to get more miles per gallon of gas you buy.

If you drive your vehicle a lot, make sure to change your oil, and use c-foam or gas cleaner to ensure that there isn't any buildup…
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What Is A Good Thing To Put In A Roadside Emergency Kit?

A roadside emergency kit is a good thing to add to your vehicle. It could help you when you are stranded, and it could help save lives.
A brief description and a brief reason to have them in the kit would help.
  • A flashlight in case the emergency is in the dark. Road flares to warn traffic. Reflectors for traffic direction.
  • A first aid kit would help if there are injuries to deal with. Gauze, tape, sterile bandages, pain killer, antiseptic ointment, and even antibiotics if available.
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