2012 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, XLT Convenience Package, Trailer Tow Package, SYNC, Power Driver Seat, Trailer Brake Controller, Rear View Camera, XTR Package. This truck has a clean SGI report. Thanks to a powerful engine lineup and rock-solid chassis, the 2012 Ford F-150 delivers excellent ride and handling dynamics for a full-size truck. Its reputation for low cabin noise at speed has almost become a trademark of the F-150. Specific passenger pampering depends on the trim level, but the overall comfort level is high, wven when the cargo bed is unloaded. Seats are comfortable and supportive, and the truck comes loaded with techno goodies (like apps!) that allow you to do anything from stream music, to checking your incline and tire placement while off-roading. All F-150s come with six airbags (including dual-stage front airbags and side air curtains), AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control and ABS. Also standard is Ford's SOS Post-Crash Alert System, which will sound the horn and flash the hazards, as well as notify authorities in the event of an accident.
2017 Ford Fusion, ABS, Advancetrac Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Rear View Camera, Heated Front Seats, Navigation, Moon Roof, Reverse Sensing System, SE Technology Package, SE Luxury Package. The Ford Fusion is a roomy, comfortable, attractive and nimble midsize sedan, strong on stance, profile and details, to go with its great handling. The interior, freshened for 2017 models, is sleek and functional, with a rotary gear-selector dial in the new center console. The standard LCD screen is small, and flanked by switchgear that functions with precision. The USB port is illuminated in the dark. Thanks to efficient organization reflecting real thought, the console has a lot of room, even with a media hub, vertical cell phone slot, enlarged center bin, better-located cupholders, and longer armrest.
2013 Lincoln MKX, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Camera, Reverse Sensing System, Blind Spot Monitoring System, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Panoramic Vista Roof, Sight and Sound Package, Adaptive Cruise Control, Limited Edition. This SUV was sold new at our dealership. The Lincoln MKX brings high-tech safety, solid value, and a unique Lincoln look to a crowded field of luxury compact crossovers.New for 2013 is an expanded voice-activated SYNC system. The 2013 Lincoln MKX now comes standard with Curve Control. Launched as a 2007 model, the MKX was thoroughly revised for 2011. Curve Control helps you keep the wheels on the pavement and the shiny side up should you misjudge a curve and try to round it too quickly. Lincoln says that trying to take a curve too fast contributes to 50,000 crashes annually. And while no electronic widget can change the laws of physics, features such as curve control can help compensate for human error. Curve Control is integrated into Lincoln's AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control. The MKX is a crossover utility. Utility is seen in features such as the front passenger seat, which folds flat, and each half of the second seat folds flat independently to accommodate cargoes of various sizes and lengths. The 60/40 split rear seat also reclines for passenger comfort. With this layout, the driver can haul objects up to eight feet long on the right side of the cabin, even while carrying belted passengers on the left. The seats themselves appear rich, comfortable, and luxurious. The Lincoln MKX is a pleasant vehicle, easy to drive, convenient, possessed of an excellent and comprehensive safety package, and nice to look at, especially inside. The four-zone color-coded MyLincoln Touch system is fun to use and fun to play with. Power and fuel economy are both at or near the top of the class, as is the silence the MKX provides at highway speed. Its wide array of onboard electronics and entertainment systems are clearly among the best in the industry in terms of capability and ease of use.
2017 Ford Escape, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Rear View Camera, Rear Parking Sensors, Power Driver Seat, Navigation, Power Liftgate, SE Convenience Package. This SUV was sold new at our dealership. There is a clean SGI report on this vehicle.
2014 Lincoln MKX, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear View Camera, Reverse Sensing System, SYNC Hands Free, Blind Spot Monitoring System, Panoramic Vista Roof, Navigation, THX II, 20" Aluminum Wheels. The 2014 Lincoln MKX is a good option among luxury midsize SUVs. It combines the comfortable, feature-filled cabin you expect from this class with a cushioned, composed ride. Top-notch materials line the cabin and the build quality is excellent. All five of the MKX's seats are roomy and will keep you comfortable n long drives. The front seats are mounted hish so there's good visibility. Tall passengers may find headroom a bit snug in models with a moonroof. Each rear outboard seat has a full set of LATCH connectors to securely install a child safety seat. The 2014 Lincoln MKX has a reliability rating of four out of five, which is an above-average score. The MKX's high reliability score means you can expect fewer trips to the dealer for repairs.
2015 Lincoln MKC, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Rear View Camera, Reverse Sensing System, Blind Spot Information System, Cross Traffic Alert, Panoramic Vista Roof, Navigation, Heated Steering Wheel, Enhanced THX Audio. Lincoln MKC is a new model, very likely the first Lincoln less than 15 feet long. It joins the ever-expanding spectrum of compact crossovers taking over the luxury market. Lincoln did not try to make a sports sedan of the MKC and that's a good thing, though it will hustle along a winding road if needed and it has a solid feel. MKC is quiet, comfortable and a great way to cast external stressors aside without being as numb as a couch. The Lincoln MKC is well controlled and delivers ride comfort without suggesting any request from the helm will be answered only eventually. Turn the wheel and MKC responds quickly (it's only 2.5 wheel rotations from lock to lock), doesn't heel over and feels stable and balanced. We'd not say it has athletic agility or exudes sporty-ness, more that it will comfortably get you there at a surprisingly brisk pace. The Lincoln MKC is a very attractive entry in the compact premium crossover segment. By size it fits conveniently among its competitors, and optioned sensibly it offers a good value proposition.
2017 Ford Escape, ABS, Rear Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC 3 Hands Free, Power Driver Seat, Navigation, Twin Panel Moon Roof, SE Sport Appearance Package, Power Liftgate. This SUV was sold new and maintained at our dealership. This vehicle has a clean SGI report.
2014 Ford Explorer, ABS, Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Reverse Camera System, Reverse Sensing System, Lane Departure And Lane Keep Assist, Active Park Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring System, Technology Package, Navigation, Trailer Tow Package, Dual Panel Moon Roof, Luxury Seating, Powerfold Third Row Seats, Heated Steering Wheel. This Explorer has an accident free SGI report. This generation of Explorer has been around a few years now, but it's still one of my favorite examples of the "minivan for people who won't drive a minivan". Seating and interior accommodations are among the best in the business and the ride is quiet and comfortable in conditions ranging from potholes to freshly paved highway. The Limited came with the standard 3.5-liter V6 which does an adequate job of moving this large vehicle along. It's not just that the Explorer is big -- it is, after all, a three-row crossover that actually comfortably seats two folks in the way-back. It's that much of its structure is big, too. The doors are heavy. The A-pillars are enormous. Wide sills greet occupants when the doors are opened. Even the center console and dash appear massive. In contrast to some people-haulers that feel smaller behind the wheel than they are, the Explorer conveys an unmistakable feeling of mass. If you like a traditional "big SUV" feel, the Explorer will satisfy while still offering good handling and surprisingly good braking.
2017 Ford Edge, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Camera, Reverse Sensing System, SYNC Hands Free, Cruise Control, Intelligent Access, Remote Keyless Entry, Power Windows. The Edge is a crossover worth considering, with angled styling, relaxed ride and ample cargo bay. Since its introduction 10 years ago, the Ford Edge has become a big hit. Its popularity seems to be because the Edge is handsome, has a wide range of power options, handles well, and includes many features. Sized between the compact Escape and the garage-hogging Explorer, the Edge is a spacious, well-appointed, family-friendly two-row crossover with a distinctive exterior. The sheetmetal is clean and austere. The surfaces and details wouldn't be out of place on a BMW. The grille is big, the front end is rakish, and the profile is framed by sloping pillars. The rear pillar kicks up, making the Edge look lighter and more agile. Handling is quick, reassuring, and relatively precise. The ride is taut, with great body control on the multi-link rear suspension. The Edge takes a set into corners without fuss. The Ford Edge boasts stylish looks and good powertrains, but its best feature might be the sharp handling.
2016 Ford Transit, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Reverse Camera, Reverse Park Aid, Trailer Tow Package, Rear Window Defroster, Cruise Control, Passenger Door Running Board. The Transit is one of the two vans that Ford offers, with the other being the smaller and less expensive Transit Connect. If considering trucks, the Transit slots in between the F-150 and the Super Duty series. The Transit's many configurations and versatility appeals mainly to professional tradesman and fleet customers. Used mostly for work and fleet purposes, the Transit offers options such as a backup alarm, long-arm power side mirrors, high-capacity upfitter switches, dual heavy-duty batteries, an auxiliary fuse box, an engine block heater, a heavy-duty trailer tow package, a modified vehicle wiring system, a power inverter, and the option to have all vinyl or carpeted floor covering. However, the Transit does offer some comfort and convenience features such as remote start, power running boards, a sliding passenger-side cargo door, cruise control, a 6.5-inch multicolor display, SYNC 3 with navigation, SiriusXM capability, and 10-way power driver and front passenger seats. The available Ford Telematics Powered by Telogis allows commercial fleet owners to digitally keep track of their fleet using real-time data.
2016 Lincoln MKC, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Blind Spot Monitoring System, Heated Steering Wheel, Navigation, Panoramic Vista Roof, THX II Audio System, Select Plus Package. This SUV has a clean SGI report. The Lincoln MKC is an SUV heavy on design and technology, without resorting to the quirky looks of the MKZ sedan. It's considered a compact luxury crossover, and is built on the platform of the Ford Escape. The base engine is Ford's impressive 2.0-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder, making 240 horsepower and a strong 270 pound-feet of torque. The Lincoln MKC holds its own and offers surprises in the highly competitive compact luxury crossover field. Powertrain and handling are exceptional.
2017 Ford Escape, ABS, Advancetrac With Roll Stability Control, Reverse Camera, SYNC 3 with SYNC Connect, Heated Seats, Power Driver Seat, SE Convenience Package, Power Liftgate. The Escape does not handle like an SUV, it handles like a sharp and engaging liftback, albeit a high one. Crisp steering, responsive handling, great body control. The steering is crisp, weighty and fast, while being not too overly blessed with feedback. Forget truck-like. The standard 6-speed automatic works just fine, a good match for the EcoBoost engines, with programmed shift points at a good mix of acceleration and fuel mileage. The 1.5-liter get paddles shifters. There's electronic torque vectoring to help with the cornering; maybe that's why we love it. It pinches the inside front brake in a corner, to help the car rotate.
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