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Previewing the 2022 Ford E-Transit

2022 Ford E-Transit 
If you are looking for a van that offers something new and different this year, the 2022 Ford E-Transit is your van. The Ford E-Transit is the latest version of the Ford Transit, which is a best-seller in the category of commercial vans. The E-Transit, however, differs from the regular Ford Transit in one major way, which is its powertrain. You will get all the same performance capabilities and utilitarian features with the 2022 Ford E-Transit that you would with the gasoline-based Transit, even though the E-Transit runs on a hybrid mechanical system rather than gasoline.
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Ford Mustang Mach-E EV of the Year

Ford Mustang Mach-E EV of the Year 
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is the recipient of this year's annual “Electric Vehicle (EV) of the Year” by Car and Driver. Car and Driver selected the Mach-E as the winner of the award based on numerous factors. Primarily, the Mustang won the award for the fact that it brings good value to consumers, is fun and sporty to drive, and compels car shoppers to buy an electric vehicle over a gasoline-driven car.
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Why Ford F-150 Remains the Number 1 Selling Vehicle

F-150

Ford released the first Ford F-150 in 1948. Since then, the F-150 has positioned itself at the top of the vehicle market. Not only has it dominated the truck market for years, but this is a vehicle that Ford has managed to evolve into the great pickup truck that it is today. It’s now in its 13th generation. It’s aluminum construction paved the way for lighter vehicles (by almost 700 pounds). As the years go by, Ford focuses on different features that make the 150 more luxurious, more powerful, and durable. Regardless of what changed, the Ford F-150…

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Ford Driver Assist Technology Could Stop ‘ANNOYING’ Backseat-Driver Behaviors On The Road

Ford Driver Assist Backseat Driving

Today, the streets are very busy and filled with distractions that can divert our attention. For this reason, Ford has put an emphasis on designing vehicles with an abundance of driver-assist technologies to help drivers stay focused and safe. Systems like a rearview camera and active park assist help to improve the driving and riding pleasure of Ford vehicles.

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What Car Features Do Buyers Want?

60-40 Split Seat Feature

Car buyers today are doing a lot of research online before they even walk into a dealership. In many cases, they already have their minds made up and simply want to take a test drive to experience the vehicle live in-person before plunking down some serious cash. And, according to a recent dealership study, more than half of U.S. drivers want specific technology features. Car buyers love voice command services and hands-free calling features available with ApplePlay and AndroidAuto.

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