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The Future of Self-Driving Cars is Here & It Tastes Like Cheese

I love the smell of pizza in the morning. Smells like... science. Ford Motor Company is taking its self-driving Fusion Hybrid to the next level this month, finding ways to integrate the technology into our daily lives—namely, by revolutionizing the way we get pizza deliveries.

Obviously, once the wrinkles are ironed out, autonomous cars could be used in all sorts of delivery services, not just oven-baked...

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Will a Ford Ranger Raptor Ever Come to San Bernardino?

This week, Ford Australia wowed the world by releasing test footage of a Ranger Raptor prototype.

The Ford Ranger will be returning to the U.S. in 2019 after a long hiatus, but has never gone out of production globally. And apparently, in the land down under, Ford has been developing the mid-size pickup into a smaller version of the high-performance F-150 Raptor.

The Ranger Raptor looks right at home tearing up the Australian...

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Why the 2018 Ford Expedition is a Great Full-Size Family SUV

The 2018 Ford Expedition has changed its looks, and is hoping its resemblance to the ever-popular Ford Explorer will sway some customers to graduate to the bigger SUV as their family grows.

The Expedition appeals to a few types of drivers:

  • People with large families (or lots of friends) who need passenger space
  • Homeowners, gardeners, handymen, and DIY-ers who need cargo and towing capacity
  • Adventurers who need both passenger and cargo space, and the ability to tow campers or boats

If you have a lot of passengers to accommodate, the 2018 Expedition offers you three rows of seating, with...

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The F-150 Police Responder is the Industry's First Pursuit Rated Pickup

Ford currently offers the widest selection of law enforcement vehicles in the industry, and now it's added another.

In 2018, the F-150 Police Responder will hit the streets and highways of the U.S. What's special about another police pickup? In short, it's fast.

 

 

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Contemplating Between the 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty and 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500?

If you want a tough and rugged truck, maybe you are thinking about purchasing either a 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty or 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500. What makes the 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty ideal is the seemingly endless possibilities that it presents to the driver. Producing a higher towing capacity than the 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500, the 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty if equipped correctly, can tow up to 18,600 pounds! This ability will make pulling your trailer or boat easy. If you need help navigating your trailer or boat when connected, there is an available feature; the…

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2017 Ford Mustang is One Mean, Muscle-Bound Machine

Are you considering the sports car class for your next vehicular purchase? Well, if so, we here at Fairview Ford Sales Inc would be quick to set you up with ours, the 2017 Mustang.

Why, though?

It's at this point we'd like to turn things over to carwow commentator Mat Watson; his evaluation of the Mustang is available in the clip below:

The Mustang's base engine -- a 3.7-liter V6 -- is, simply put, brilliant.

Offered with your preference of either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters, the entry-level V6 turns out a…

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Standard Electronic Line-Lock Allows Any 2018 Mustang Owner to Destroy Their Tires (But Look Cool Doing It)

In a recent upload to Ford's YouTube channel, Formula Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. takes random pedestrians to the track for a joy ride, to show just how fun and easy it is to do a burnout with the 2018 Ford Mustang.

The all-new Mustang, which will arrive in San Bernadino dealerships sometime this fall, has electronic line-lock standard on all model levels, including the EcoBoost variant. Line-lock is typically only offered on the beefiest V8 drag racing cars, where it's used by motorsport athletes to quickly smoke their tires before a race. With this feature, a driver…

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How To Wash Your Car

How do you wash your car? Do you wait until there are several layers of dirt on the car before washing? There are two types of drivers, when it comes to car washing. There is the type of car owner that receives great satisfaction out of washing and polishing their car. The other driver would rather wait until bird droppings, dead bugs, grime, and grit is covering the entire vehicle. Waiting too long to wash your car might ruin the car's paint job.

How To Wash Your Car
This is not exactly a tutorial on the perfect way to…
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