2007 Ford Mustang, Interior Upgrade Package, A/C, Speed Control, Power Driver Seat, V6 Pony Package, Rear Spoiler, ABS, Shaker 500 Audio. This car has a clean SGI report. The Mustang is a joyous ride: throaty, powerful, nimble, reasonably priced, and with the added option of open-air motoring. The V6 sounds and performs like many V8s, costs less, gets better mileage, and the envelope still retains that delicious 1960s retro look. The 2007 V6 Ford Mustang with the Pony Package brings sophisticated style at an affordable price...and fun to drive. Sooooo...fun to drive! Surprisingly roomy with plenty of trunk space. Not only can you get to your roadtrip destination looking fantastic, but you can be sure of having enough room to bring everything you need to have a good time
2013 Ford Fusion, ABS, Advancetrac Stability System, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Moon Roof, SE Tech Package, Heated Front Seats, This car has a clean SGI report. The 2013 Fusion sports a wide grille with strong horizontal lines, sleek wraparound headlamps and sharp, assertive creases. It is a five-passenger, midsize sedan. Front-wheel drive is standard. Technology abounds in the 2013 Ford Fusion. It offers the latest version of Sync and MyFord Touch, the touchscreen interface that is much improved from its previous generation. Although the Fusion is classified as midsize, it looks and feels large. It rides on a wheelbase that's about five inches longer than the old model, although overall body length is only an inch longer, thanks to shorter overhangs. The 2013 Fusion is about an inch wider and taller than the last generation.
2012 Ford Escape, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control. This SUV has a clean SGI report. It's been around the block, for sure, but the 2012 Ford Escape isn't your average 11-year-old crossover vehicle. It's one of the best-selling of its kind, despite its age, thanks probably due to a trucklike appearance, a reasonable base price and a good track record for safety and reliability. The Escape still looks like a utility vehicle, with tall windows, bluff corners, and a chromey grille that's pure vintage Nineties, if such a thing can exist. The blocky looks, in context, are an appealing counterpoint to all the jellybean-shaped crossovers introduced in the decade since it was new. Four adults will find plenty of seating room inside the Escape, and the upright configuration grants it decent headroom, even though it has a relatively high floor. Seat comfort is good, too; the perches were reshaped, with firmer cushions, during the last rounds of improvements. Cargo space is impressive--again mainly due to the boxy shape. At 29 cubic feet of storage space, there's more than some mid-sizers.
2010 Ford Edge, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, SYNC Hands Free, Panoramic Roof, Remote Start. This SUV has a clean SGI report. The Edge handles better than traditional SUVs while offering almost as much cargo space. It's about 500 pounds lighter than an Explorer and enjoys an edge of three to four miles per gallon in fuel economy. It offers similar advantages over other traditional SUVs. Benefiting from an available all-wheel drive and a fully independent suspension, the Edge is easier to control than a truck-based SUV in the snow or on wet, slippery roads. Getting in and out of it is easier, too. Yet it gives up nothing in passenger and cargo space. In fact, the back seats in the Edge are roomier than those in the Explorer, a benefit of its design. The Edge is roomy and comfortable with fully foldable seats for carrying larger cargo. It drives well, with good performance from a modern V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
2013 Ford Fusion, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, Appearance Package, SE Technology Package, Rear Spoiler. Ford Fusion is all-new for 2013. When the wraps came off the 2013 Ford Fusion at the Detroit auto show, even jaded auto journalists were dazzled by the midsize four-door's stunning good looks. The all-new Fusion sports a wide grille with strong horizontal lines, sleek wraparound headlamps and sharp, assertive creases. The 2013 Ford Fusion is a five-passenger, midsize sedan. There's plenty of space up front for legs, shoulders and heads, and roominess is accentuated by a concave door trim. Rear seats are comfortable, with adequate leg and knee room. Headroom clearance is good for passengers up to about six feet tall.
A four-way manual passenger seat is standard in all 2014 Escape models; so is a rearview camera. Creature comfort is impeccable, even with the standard fabric upholstery, rugged and handsome. Interior materials are soft, and the plastic high quality. It has an available magic release for the liftgate. Kick your foot under the rear bumper, and presto, the liftgate pops open so you can drop your heavy things into the back without having to set them down. The Ford Escape delivers a classy interior, excellent handling, and plenty of cargo space with rear seats that fold down with one touch.
2014 Ford Escape, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, Navigation, Power Panorama Roof, Power Driver Seat, SYNC Hands Free, Power Liftgate, Leather Comfort Package. A total redesign of the Ford Escape for 2013 moved the top-selling compact SUV into the contemporary era, courtesy of high-tech small engines, a smooth 6-speed transmission, aerodynamic front styling, and electronic wizardry. Ford claimed 11 features exclusive to the Escape in the compact SUV class: everything from a capless fuel nozzle to Torque Vectoring Control, which helps the Escape corner more securely. One clever innovation, which others have been copying, is an available magic release for the liftgate. Kick your foot under the rear bumper, and presto, the liftgate pops open so you can drop your heavy things into the back without having to set them down. Creature comfort is impeccable, even with the standard fabric upholstery, rugged and handsome. Interior materials are soft, and the plastic high quality. Rear legroom is decent, at 36.8 inches, and rear climate control is standard in all but the Escape S base model. There's excellent cargo space, 68.1 cubic feet behind the first row and 34.3 cubic feet behind the second row, and the standard 60/40 rear seat folds flat wonderfully fast, using one lever.
2013 Ford Edge, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Panoramic Roof, Drivers Entry Package, Class II Trailer Tow Package, 20" Chrome Wheels. This SUV has an accident free SGI report. The Ford Edge has never been a sport-utility vehicle, in the truest sense. It was conceived of as a crossover vehicle, with all-weather duty in mind, and never has pretended to the dirty authenticity the SUV crowd demands. As a tall-roofed family wagon, the Edge cuts through the clutter of Ford's wagon lineup nicely, with its spacious interior and spare styling; for 2013, it's even better at saving gas and connecting to the outside world, though each of those choices comes with its own compromises. Stable handling and a comfortable ride help push the used 2013 Ford Edge into the top third of our class rankings. The 2013 Edge earned four out of five stars overall from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It received three stars in the frontal crash test, four stars in the rear crash test, and five stars in the side crash test. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Edge a Top Safety Pick and gave it the highest rating of Good in the four crash tests conducted: moderate overlap front, roof strength, side, and rear. The Ford Edge SEL trim adds a 10-way power driver's seat, below-floor cargo storage, dual-zone automatic climate control, Ford SYNC smartphone connectivity, satellite radio, and rear park assist.
2014 Ford Explorer, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Power/Heated Front Seats, SYNC Hands Free. This SUV has a clean SGI report. It's not as versatile or roomy as some other large crossover SUVs, but the 2014 Ford Explorer is still a respectable pick in this class thanks to its high-end cabin and long list of advanced features. Its combination of power, fuel economy and interior refinement makes it far more desirable for everyday use than previous versions. Standard equipment includes a V6 engine, 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlamps, rear privacy glass, integrated blind-spot mirrors, roof rails, cruise control, full power accessories, air-conditioning, a 50/50-split third-row seat, a six-way power driver seat (manual recline), a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a trip computer and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and an auxiliary audio jack. The XLT adds 18-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a keyless entry code pad, Bluetooth, Sync (Ford's voice-activated phone/entertainment interface), a six-way front passenger seat, satellite radio and a USB port. Every 2014 Ford Explorer comes standard with stability and traction control, trailer sway control, front seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, a front passenger knee airbag and MyKey, which allows parents to specify limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume. The Explorer's stability control system also includes Ford's Curve Control, which can monitor speed carried into a corner and decelerate if necessary. Today's Explorer offers more interior space, better fuel economy and a more comfortable ride, all of which are desirable in a family vehicle. The Ford is also pretty upscale inside, with seating for up to seven passengers and a comprehensive list of convenience and safety features.
2013 Ford Mustang, ABS, SYNC Hands Free, Heated Seats, Rear Spoiler, Shaker Audio, Interior Upgrade Package... The 2013 Ford Mustang features a facelift and comes out bigger, bolder, cleaner. It's a change, not just a tweak. The 2013 Mustang resembles a Steve McQueen Bullitt Mustang, its mouth shaped more like '70 Mustang than a '65. It also has a stronger and cleaner grille and front fascia, incorporating the air intakes and doing away with all the flat-black plastic from before. New HID projector-beam headlamps have two LED streaks at their sides, a look that will take getting used to. The sideview mirrors do something cool: when the unlock button on the remote is pressed, an image of a galloping horse in white LED light appears on the ground like a spotlight on a stage. There's good head and leg room up front, and visibility through the windshield is good, especially for a low-slung coupe. Naturally, the two-passenger rear seat is no place for adults. Rear-seat headroom is limited by the rake of the coupe roof, and leg room is minimal, even with the front seats moved forward. That comes with the territory of such a car and its shape and is a small price to be paid for such proportions. The cloth seats are great; cloth can easily be a deal-breaker, but in the Mustang it's not. In fact, the cloth seats fit better than the leather, maybe because they grip better.
2013 Ford Explorer, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, SYNC Hands Free, Dual Panel Moon Roof, Power Liftgate, Rear View Camera. The Ford Explorer is one the best seven-passenger sport-utility vehicles available. It delivers the function and family friendly features of a minivan with the rugged appeal of an SUV. New options on 2013 Explorer Limited models include a lane departure warning system, heated steering wheel and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering column. All 2013 Explorer models come standard with a front-passenger knee airbag. Beautiful headlights complement the graceful fenders and transform the inherently square nose. The amber indicators sweep back like narrow wings atop tidy main projector beams. The plastic grille is satin-chrome on the Limited. The hood looks short from the side, but long when looking straight down it. It's got two parallel humps and a scoop in the center. Rear taillights are LED, and also look good. The front seats sit up high, which is good because the hood looks long from the driver's seat. The slanted center stack has a clean design and uses stylish satin-finish trim materials. The doors have metal speaker grilles, and curve into the dash panel. There's a big glovebox with a shelf, leather grab handles and armrests on Explorers with leather interior, and long door pockets with space for a bottle. Second-row legroom measures an impressive 40 inches; third-row legroom comes in at 33.2 inches. Because the rear doors swing wide and open easily, and because the second-row seat flips forward in a heartbeat, reaching the rear row is an easy climb, even for adults. Cubby storage adds convenience. A lidded bin in front of the shift lever is designed to hold two cellphones, and cup holders are provided to the right of the shifter.
2015 Ford Taurus, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Power Moon Roof, Leather Seats. Every 2015 Ford Taurus comes standard with antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags and integrated blind spot mirrors. A rearview camera is now standard across the model lineup, along with the MyKey system that allows drivers to set speed and volume parameters for secondary drivers such as teenage children or valets. In government crash tests, the Taurus earned an overall rating of five stars out of a possible five, including five stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for overall side crash protection. The Taurus also received the best rating of "Good" in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's crash testing, including moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side-impact and roof-strength tests.
2013 Lincoln MKZ, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Rear View Camera, Rear Park Assist, Blind Spot Detection, Navigation, Power Moon Roof, THX II Audio. The new, horizontal look of the grill was influenced by an eagle's out-stretched wings, one of the most dramatic design elements on the 2013 Lincoln MKZ. The other eye-catching feature is the all-glass retractable roof. It's a concept far beyond the oversized panoramic sunroofs that have become popular these days, turning the MKZ sedan into an instant convertible. The Lincoln MKZ features a design strongly influenced by suspension bridge design, most obvious in the form of the floating center console which adds a layer of additional storage underneath. With its elegant, high-gloss finish, the center stack wraps around a large touch screen display which operates many key vehicle functions, though Ford engineers and designers have this time struck a careful balance to ensure that those buttons and switches a driver frequently accesses are back on the display's surround so you don't have to wade through several distracting menus to, say, adjust the interior temperature. The main gauges, visible through the steering wheel, are actually part of a 10-inch-wide reconfigurable LCD. But the concept and production car both place another layer of acrylic rings over the key instruments, the speedometer and tach, to give the gauges a three-dimensional look.
This car comes with complete history. Remarkably clean and maintained. You won't find another one that compares to this one! The Ford Mustang is an absolute hoot to drive. The Mach 1 delivers brilliant acceleration performance with lots of torque for quickly attaining super-legal speeds. The Mustang offers good grip when cornering hard, and you can really feel what the car is doing. Mustang's heritage dates back to April 17, 1964, when the first one rolled onto the streets with its long hood, short rear deck, low profile. Performance and style were its hallmarks. Mach 1 is easy to spot with special trim that starts with its shaker hood scoop. Attached directly to the top of the engine, the black scoop rears its head through a squarish hole in the Mach 1 hood. A bold low-gloss black stripe runs up the center of the powerdome hood to accentuate the scoop. Stomp on the throttle and you can see it move, or shake, slightly as the engine twists against the motor mounts. In theory, the scoop is designed to channel fresh air into the intake for increased breathing and, therefore, increased power. New safety features for 2003 include a new A-pillar, headliners, sun visors and a revised D-ring seat belt attachment, all designed to offer better head protection in the event of an impact. The firing strategy on both driver and passenger side air bags has been updated. Standard safety equipment includes safety belts with pretensioners to tighten the lap belt and shoulder belts in the first moments of a crash. Energy-management retractors gradually slacken the safety belt if necessary to help reduce the force of the belt on the occupant's chest. 2003 Mustangs get anchors in the rear to implement the LATCH child safety-seat system.
2016 Ford Transit Connect, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Heated Mirrors, Remote Start. The 2016 Ford Transit Connect can be a smart choice for small business owners or families seeking a lower-cost, more maneuverable alternative to full-size cargo vans or minivans. For commercial users Ford has pre-drilled holes to allow for easy setup of shelving and storage units, and if you have a lot of cargo, the Transit Connect can haul up to 1,600 pounds or tow up to 2,000 pounds. That's not much compared with full-size cargo vans but for smaller businesses, this might be just enough capability. Plus, even when carrying a full load, the Transit Connect feels agile and easy to maneuver. The XLT wagon gets you body-color bumpers, foglights, power-adjustable heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, cloth upholstery, driver lumbar adjustment, a passenger vanity mirror, a multifunction display, cruise control and a CD player. The XLT wagon also included a rearview camera and a thicker acoustic windshield. In government crash tests, the 2016 Transit Connect wagon earned five out of five stars for overall crash protection, with four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side crash protection.
2016 Ford Escape, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, SE Convenience Package, Power Driver Seat, Navigation, Power Liftgate, SE Chrome Package. This SUV has a clean SGI report. The 2016 Ford Escape is one of our favorite small crossover utility vehicles, thanks to athletic driving dynamics, an inviting interior and advanced technology features. Turbocharged engines deliver strong performance and high fuel economy; many high-tech features; agile handling; high-quality cabin; comfortable seating. For the 2016 Ford Escape, a new touchscreen infotainment system called "Sync 3" replaces the much-maligned MyFord Touch, while the standard audio system loses its auxiliary input jack. The 2016 Escape earns its crossover stripes with all-wheel drive, respectable fuel economy, a spacious cargo bay and an available hands-free power liftgate with a super-cool foot sensor.
2013 Lincoln MKT, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Panoramic Roof, Technology Package, Elite Package. This SUV has an accident free SGI report. The base model 2013 Lincoln MKT got features like keyless entry and ignition, leather upholstery, 60/40 split folded heated second row, manually foldable 50/50 split-fold third row, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, power adjustable pedals, and a tri-zone automatic climate control system. The vehicle also got a number of electronic features like the MyLincoln touch interface, along with Sync voice command, mobile Wi-Fi, rearview camera, Sync voice-command system, satellite radio, and an eight-speaker stereo system with CD player. The cabin of the 2013 Lincoln MKT has been designed very well with an upscale feel throughout. No part is hard or made of low-quality plastics. The seats get premium leather upholstery, and there are genuine leather trim elements around the cabin. The level of finish around the cabin is quite remarkable. Every stitch on the upholstery and the choice of materials used in each corner of the cabin add up to a spectacular interior. Space is not a problem either; all the rows of seats get adequate headroom and legroom, and the cargo capacity is 17.9 cubic feet with the third row and 75.9 cubic feet with the third row. The 2013 Lincoln MKT is fitted with rearview camera, rear parking sensors, anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, full-length side curtain airbags, front seat side impact airbags, and a MyKey feature to lock the car within a certain audio volume level and vehicle speed limit for teen drivers. The Sync system offers automatic crash notification, in which case the system dials 911 in case of an airbag deployment.
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