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Four Tech Features That Help the 2017 Fusion Stand Out

Missouri drivers expect their vehicles to satisfy their needs. From capability to convenience, they understand that a thoroughly modern vehicle ought to anticipate and cater to the driver's expectations. Ford's 2017 Fusion does just that. With thoughtful technology throughout it’s a great choice for any driver looking to stay connected. Here are three of our favorite features.



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What Makes the 2017 Ford Fusion Such a Fantastic Four-Door?

It was in a post from just a few months ago that we here at Marshall Ford first introduced you to our sedan-segment standout, the 2017 Fusion.

Well, guess what? Today it is that conversation we'd like to continue.

This time, though, we'll have you link up with AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai. Check out her appraisal of the Fusion right here:

No bones about it: Ford served up a doozy with the Fusion's entry-level engine, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

The default drivetrain on the S and SE trims, this four-cylinder pairs with a six-speed automatic…

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You Love Your Ford's Pre-Collision Assist, But Are You Putting Too Much Trust In It?

The 2017 Ford Fusion is one of the most advanced models in the Ford lineup, offering a wide array of semi-autonomous driver assist features. Its optional Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection was rated "superior" by the IIHS, and in testing, was able to prevent a collision at up to 25 mph.

These computer-controlled aids are designed to make the roads safer for everyone, and compensate for when drivers get distracted—for instance, if you spill hot...

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Is It Time For New Tires?



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Are your tires breathing their last?

If you think your tires are on their way out, it's a good idea to check them with the penny test.

Here’s how it's done:

  1. Acquire a penny
  2. Slide penny head-first into tire tread
  3. Check to see how much of Lincoln's head is still visible

If Lincoln's head is mostly covered, your tires still have some kick left.

If you can see the top of Lincoln's head, your tires are much too…

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KBB.com Familiarizes Itself with the 2017 Ford Fusion

Has the search for your next automotive purchase led you to the midsize sedan segment? Well, if so, we here at Marshall Ford think you'll find a whole heck of a lot to like about ours, the 2017 Fusion.

"Like what?" you ask.

Please allow Kelley Blue Book Managing Video Editor Micah Muzio to elucidate; his evaluation of the Fusion can be found in the clip below:

No doubt one of our favorite members of the Fusion family, the mid-level Titanium trim definitely delivers the goods.

Standard features on this model include a 240-horsepower, turbo-four engine, 18-inch wheels, upgraded…

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Ford Listens to Its Fans & Creates Stunning 2018 Focus RS Limited Edition

Who best understands what performance-car fans want? The fans, of course! Ford took this wisdom to heart when designing the limited-edition 2018 Focus RS, and trawled through Focus RS enthusiast forums for inspiration.

Some of the most commonly-requested features that ultimately went into the final product were:

  • Red paint option
  • Black roof, wheels, outside mirrors, and spoiler
  • Carbon fiber features
  • Mechanical limited-slip differential for front axle
  • 19-inch forged alloy wheels with blue RS logo
  • Premium features from RS2 Package standard (includes heated front seats and...
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How Much Has Changed with the Ford F-150 Through the Years?

Ford F-Series trucks have been helping farmers and construction workers get the job done since the late 1940's. Since 1977, the Ford F-150 has been America's best-selling pickup truck. But has it improved in all that time, or, as they say, do they not make 'em like they used to?

How does a 2017 Ford F-150 stack up against a 1995 Ford F-150? To find out, Autotrader's Jabari Jones went for a ride in an off-road-tuned classic F-150 XLT.

The enthusiast who owns it is proud of the stiff suspension that allows him to feel every bump…

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Which Credit Score Is Used for Your Car Loan?

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If you are like most Americans, you'll need to take out a car loan to close the deal on that new Ford you've been eyeing in O'Fallon. How big a loan you can get, and the interest rates you can expect, are based on your credit score—and that is a complicated subject!

In the U.S., there are three credit-reporting bureaus: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. These collect your credit history information, but other companies like FICO take that information to create credit scores, which are used by lenders.

But wait—it gets more complex!

Even a…

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Use Your Head on the Road

If you buckle up when you get into your car and check your mirrors frequently, then you are probably a fairly safe driver. But did you know that you should also check your car before you even get in? You should do a pre-check before you go anywhere, and as often as you can and especially before a long trip. Look for leaks, top up your fluids, and make sure that your tires are properly inflated. If you take a few extra minutes to inspect your vehicle before you hit the road, then you can possibly avoid a breakdown. You…
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