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AutoGuide.com Highlights Top Traits of 2017 Ford Focus RS

Though we here at Show Low Ford have appreciation for each and every vehicle across the roster, there are, admittedly, some that simply stand out just a bit more than the rest.

One such auto? The 2017 Focus RS, Ford's feisty, performance-inspired hatchback.

Check the clip below to get a feel for what we mean. Here now with more on the Focus RS is AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika:

Just below the Focus RS's snout, a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine holds court with a six-speed manual transmission.

Generating a goliath 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet…

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Will Show Low Drivers Ever See the 2018 Ford Fiesta?

It may not be the most exciting model in our lineup, but the Ford Fiesta has won the hearts of many drivers looking to save money, but still enjoy an engaging ride. It was one of the first entry-level compacts to offer voice recognition technology, and the Fiesta ST is one of the hottest hot-hatchbacks out there.

The 2018 Fiesta, unveiled earlier this summer at the Geneva Auto Show, packs in more value than ever…

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William Fichtner Calls 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor the 'American Dream Incarnate'

What is the American dream? To drivers in Show Low, it means freedom—freedom to go anywhere, at any speed. Our area is criss-crossed with rough dirt roads and trails, and stretches of scrubland with no trails at all.

This is the ultimate location to own the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor.

A dedicated desert-racing pickup, the F-150 Raptor is confident on its feet, even when flying across uneven terrain and sand. While...

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Critics Continue to Sing Praises of 2017 Ford Fusion

It was in a post just last month that we here at Show Low Ford Inc. profiled our midsize-sedan standout, the 2017 Fusion.

Well, guess what? It is that very topic to which we'd like to return today.

This time, though, we'll have you join Kelley Blue Book Managing Video Editor Micah Muzio; check out his critique of the Fusion here:

Powerful, yet posh, the range-topping V6 Sport model is without a doubt one of our favorites.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a 325-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, all-wheel drive, a distinctive grille, 19-inch wheels, quad exhaust outlets, a…

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Is a Front-Wheel Drive Performance Car Better Than Rear-Wheel Drive?

For years, sports-car enthusiasts were convinced rear-wheel drive was the only way to get good track performance. Even today, that sentiment lingers, and front-wheel drive performance cars like the Focus ST are underestimated in favor of all-wheel drive models.

But according to rally legend Andrew Comrie-Picard, that attitude simply reflects a lack of knowledge.

In a recent interview with Jalopnik, this Canadian pro driver spills...

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2017 Ford Fusion Gets Strong Marks from AutoGuide.com Staffers

Are you shopping the midsize sedan class for your next daily driver? Well, if so, please allow your pals here at Show Low Ford Inc. to offer a word of advice:

Ours -- the 2017 Fusion -- is, quite simply, a must-see.

And if you're at all wondering what makes it so, we encourage you to check the clip below. Here now to highlight some of the Fusion's best qualities is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

Sure to be one of the more popular picks throughout the Fusion catalog, its entry-level 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is altogether excellent.

Syncing…

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5 Weak Car Battery Signs

When you are able to identify signs of your car battery becoming weak, you can avoid getting stranded on the side of the road with a dead battery. Consider these 5 signs of failing car battery.

1. When you try to start the car in the morning, the engine cranks over very slowly.
2. Once the car is running, you notice the headlights are very dim.
3. The casing of the battery appears to be swollen and has a very foul odor coming from the compartment.
4. The check-engine light on the car instrument panel is now lit all the…
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Safe driving tips

When you are on the road, you have a responsibility to do all you can to avoid accidents and keep yourself, your passengers and other drivers safe. Here are some tips to follow to help make that happen.
  • Pay attention to signs. You should obey all traffic signs and also pay attention to directional signs so that you know where you are going.
  • Don't speed. Accidents are more likely to happen when you are exceeding the speed limit because it takes you longer to stop.
  • Avoid inclement weather. Accidents are more likely to happen when roads are icy or…
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Rotation, Rotation, Rotation!

Rotation matters when it comes to your tires! You need to rotate your tires every six months at most in order to preserve their longevity. Sometimes even more if you happen to be a high mileage kind of person. By rotating them about every 6,000 miles you will evenly wear out the tread continuously at the same time. Maximizing the amount of usage for each tire. Not only will this make it easier to just get all new tires together at once and you save on multiple trips to the store. Because time is money! You also get your…
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