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2013 Ford Explorer Sport
by admin on Aug 28th, 2012
The new Ford Explorer Sport, which debuts in the 2013 model year is already getting plenty of attention. Once itâ€™s on the road, it will get even more. Itâ€™s often difficult to put the image of a large SUV and the term â€śsportâ€ť together. Range Rover are the only ones who have managed to successfully meld the two concept, but Ford is muscling in on that this year. Although it shares some design cues with the Range Rover at the...
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2013 Ford Explorer Sport On the Way
by admin on Apr 2nd, 2012
2013Â Explorer Sport ReadyÂ To Rumble Spring is in the air, and it's time to start thinking about leaving Toronto and the GTA behind, and heading out for a little adventure.Â Ford recently released some details on their newÂ 2013 Explorer Sport, what they've labelledÂ "the Top of the Explorer Line". The 2013 Explorer Limited, which currently holds the top spot, starts at $41,399. Ford is clearly sticking with it's EcoBoostÂ V6 after ditching th...
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Top Ford Vehicles For Dependability
by admin on Feb 22nd, 2012
Ford Scores Well on Dependability Study When you drive in a climate like we have here in Ontario, you need a dependable vehicle. And, whether you're looking to buy a new or used, car or truck, Northway Ford Lincoln has got it covered. According to J.D. Power and Associates, Ford models have performed very well in dependability during the past several years. In their most recent 2012 Dependability Study,Â six vehicles were among the top three in ...
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Ford Top Automaker in Canada, Again.
by admin on Jan 9th, 2012
Ford F-Series TrucksÂ Haul in First Place Ford Motor Co of Canada was Canada's top-selling automaker in 2011 for the second consecutive year.Â Lead by truck sales, which made up about three-quarters of its total sales, Â Ford managed a 3 percent increase in sales overÂ 2010. Ford's American parent also posted impressive numbers withÂ the total forÂ 2011 coming in just over 2 million vehicles. Â Ford Canada said it sold 275,978 vehicles last year...
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IIHS Announces Top Safety Picks for 2012
by admin on Dec 21st, 2011
IIHS Picks Record 115 Models for 2012 The US based,Â Insurance Institute for Highway Safety published itsÂ final list of 2012 models rated Top Safety Picks. A record 115 models were selected this year.Â A remarkable number given thatÂ there were only 11 selectedÂ in 2005 when the insurance industry's safety agency started its own crash testing and rating, separate from the US Federal government's crash tests. Top Picks include 69 cars, 38 SU...
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Hyundai and Kia Win Car of the Year Awards
by admin on Dec 2nd, 2011
Hyundai and Kia Win Auto123 Car of the Year Awards Auto123.com, one ofÂ Canada's leading automotive web portals, hasÂ announced the winners of the 3rd annualÂ Car of the YearÂ Awards.Â The judging panel of 10 voting automobileÂ journalistsÂ analysed all the vehicles inÂ each of the 20 vehicle categories. All 2012 model-year vehicles on sale in CanadaÂ were eligible. Vehicles not available for testing, or not yet on sale as of November 1st, 201...
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2013 Ford Escape Debuts at LA Auto Show
by admin on Nov 21st, 2011
Ford Debuts Re-Designed 2013 Escape Ford's compact SUV, the 2013 Escape made its global debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Ford hopes the radical redesign will give the Escape the same momentum as the 2012Â Explorer, which has a completely new look and a lower, more efficient car platform. The Explorer's last re-design had a signicant impact onÂ sales, whichÂ were up 134 percent through October. The Explorer is by far the best seller in market ...
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Ford’s Lane Keeping Technology Set for 2012 Explorer
by admin on Nov 17th, 2011
2012 Explorer Getting Latest Safety Technology The new 2012 Ford Explorer will come with an innovative new Lane Keeping System that can warn drivers if it detects they are getting too tired to drive. In early 2012, Ford will introduceÂ the Lane Keeping System with three unique featuresÂ designed to help the driver avoid leaving his or her lane unintentionally. This new technology consists of the Driver Alert System, Lane Keeping Alert and Lane K...
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Ford Explorer Launches New MyKey Technology
by admin on Nov 3rd, 2011
Ford's New MyKey Technology Keeps Teens Focused Parents have enough to worry about when they hand over the keys to a teenager, so Ford is adding a feature to its MyKeyÂ® technology to block incoming phone calls and deter text messages while teens are behind the wheel. The Do Not Disturb feature, which is available on all 2011 vehicles featuring SYNCÂ® with MyFord TouchÂ®, will now be available as a feature parents can control through MyKey be...
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Ford Has Another Good Month of Auto Sales
by admin on Sep 8th, 2011
Ford Light Trucks Lead in Sales Increased CanadianÂ auto industryÂ sales for the month of August increased byÂ 3.2 percentÂ to 140,361 units. The light truck segment, which Â includes sport utility vehicles, crossovers, minivans and pickups, saw sales increased 5.8 percent.Â Passenger car sales, however,Â declined slightly by 0.1 percent. While consumers are choosing slightly bigger vehicles, there does seem to be a trend towards the more fuel e...