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Why is MotorWeek So Impressed by the 2017 Ford Explorer?

If you happen to be on the hunt for a full-size SUV, we here at Garnet Ford would be quick to couple you up with ours, the 2017 Explorer.

Why, you ask?

That answer, conveniently enough, can be found in the clip below. Link up with our friends over at MotorWeek to hear all about the latest Explorer:

Mean and muscular, the Explorer's top-of-the-line engine -- a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 -- is not for the faint of heart.

Standard with the Sport and Platinum models, the turbo-V6 joins with a six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Total output weighs in…

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Watch Edmunds Test the 2016 Focus RS's Acceleration

The latest review Edmunds posted of the 2016 Ford Focus RS is unique in a few important ways.

First of all, it's the 2016 model, not the brand-new model. This may not seem like such a big deal to those in the know—there have been very few changes between model years, including engine output holding steady at 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque—but enthusiasts having a hard time getting their hands on a limited-edition 2018 Focus RS can rest assured that a pre-owned model is just as much fun.

Second, Edmunds Road Test Manager Jonathan Elfalan…

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MotorWeek is All Smiles for 2017 Ford Explorer

If you've yet to experience our esteemed American automaker's full-size SUV, the 2017 Explorer, we here at Garnet Ford hate to be the ones to break it to you, but:

You more than likely are missing out.

Not to worry, though, as our friends at MotorWeek are here to help you play catch-up. Join them in the clip below:

When it comes to the Explorer's top-tier engine option, a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, "next-level performance" is the name of the game.

Standard on the Sport and Limited trims, this turbo-V6 teams with a six-speed automatic transmission to…

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Ford is Aiming for Fully Autonomous Vehicles by 2021

Recently Ford announced an intention to put a high-volume, fully autonomous Society of American Engineers-defined level 4-capable vehicle in operation in 2021, with either a ride-hailing or ride-sharing service. As part of that process, Ford is investing in or collaborating with four startups, doubling the size of its Silicon Valley team and its Palo Alto campus.

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Ford’s Answer to City Parking

A recent Harris Poll revealed that 34% of U.S. adult drivers are taking alternative means of transportation to avoid the hassle of parking.


Ford has come up with an innovative new solution for your parking woes. The updated FordPass smartphone application now gives users the ability to find, book, and pay for parking in more than 160 cities nationwide.

 
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Autotrader is Feeling the Fun and Funky 2016 Ford Flex

Though we at Garnet Ford have encountered our fair share of head-turning utility vehicles over the years, we've admittedly never met one quite like the 2016 Ford Flex. An amalgam of a wagon and an SUV, this full-size crossover is not one for playing by the rules of others.

What it is for, however, is delivering an altogether incomparable driving experience. We think that much will be readily evident throughout the clip below, a video review of the Flex from Autotrader critic, Jabari Jones. Have a look and listen right here:

No doubt about it, the Flex's entry-level…

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Feel the Joy of Driving a 2016 Ford Edge

What if we told you that you don't have to break the bank to enjoy driving a luxurious SUV? Well, that's precisely the idea behind the all-new 2016 Ford Edge!

Re-designed just last year, the 2016 Edge has returned to the road as a much more capable, comfortable and connected crossover. That means the Edge is designed to improve your daily carpool or commute around the West Chester, PA area!

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AutoGuide Reviews Ford Mustang Shelby GT350: 10 Things to Know

The new 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is a formidable muscle car and, according to AutoGuide, one of the most thrilling cars you buy, period. AutoGuide recently listed 10 things learned while driving the Shelby.

AutoGuide recently listed the top things one learns when driving the Shelby. These include that the Shelby is a world-class sports car. This 5.2-liter naturally aspirated flat plane crank V8 engine with 526 hp and 429 lb-ft of torque. AutoGuide says it accelerates like a freight train in a straight line, but notes the Shelby GT350 isn’t afraid of corners either...

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