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Why You Should Consider the 2018 Ford Focus SEL

Now that you've decided that you want to purchase a new car, you may want to consider the Ford Focus SEL. This sedan is great on gas mileage, has lots of space and features some innovative amenities that will make travel time fun.

The SEL from Ford Focus will provide you with 26 miles per gallon for city driving and 36 miles per gallon once you get on the highway. You can also listen to music on your own terms with Sirius radio and the Ford SYNC infotainment system, which also gives you access to up-to-date media and entertainment…

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Why 3,000 Miles Is Too Soon to Change Your Engine's Oil

Many of us vehicle owners out there are still sticking to the old rule of thumb of changing your engine's oil every 3,000 miles. Once upon a time, this was a very healthy habit for your vehicle's engine, but in today's world, manufacturers are recommending a change every 7,500 miles or more depending on the maker.

Always consult your owner's manual or a dealership to make sure that you are giving your vehicle's engine the things it needs. One of the largest determining factors of when you will need to change your vehicle…

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Taking the Mystery Out of the 2018 Ford Edge

It’s no mystery that the 2018 Ford Edge is holding its own among mid-size SUVs, but that is not all it is doing. It has actually gained a great deal of respect among its owners. This is because it is an incredibly efficient vehicle with lots of space for all the things you and your family need. In addition to that, the 2018 Ford Edge does all this with lots of styles.

What buyers need to know is that you can choose from four trim packages and the SEL trim comes with the new Sync 3 infotainment system. That…

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Try Out The Ford Fusion Today


The Ford Fusion is one of America's most promising new cars. It embodies everything this country is headed towards with its electric/gas hybrid energy, but there's so much there beyond gimmicks. The tech this car offers gives it an edge other cars wish they had themselves.

Needless to say, Nicholasville is going to want to see this, and you can be one of the first ones to show this latest model off by going to Glenn Ford Lincoln. You'll get to try out the amazing engines and all of the fixings just by coming down and…
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The New Ford Fiesta


When you are in the market for a new vehicle, one great option to consider is the Ford Fiesta. The Ford Fiesta is a subcompact car that has continued to be very popular with car buyers for years. There is a range of features in the fiesta that helps make it one of the most popular compact vehicles on the road today.

One of the features of the Ford Fiesta that makes it very popular is the amazing fuel efficiency. The fiesta can get over 40 miles per gallon when driving on the highway. This is one of the best…
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The Ford F-150 Has Got You Covered

What's not to love about the 2017 Ford F-150? There are so many features that simply make it great, and it has an impressive body, too. Once you take one for a spin at Glenn Ford, you will see why it has grown to become so popular.

The latest Ford F-150 has great safety features, such as BLIS with cross-traffic alert and trailer coverage, and it gets great gas mileage. It also has a tough aluminum-alloy body and steel frame that is up to 700 pounds lighter than the previous model. That means that it has an even greater…

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AutoGuide.com Goes Gaga for 2017 Ford Fusion

If you're seeking a midsize sedan for your next daily driver, we here at Glenn Ford think you may well flip your lid for ours, the 2017 Fusion.

How come?

Allow AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai to provide some context; join her in the clip below:

There is quite simply no quibbling when it comes to the appeal of the Fusion's entry-level engine, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

Rated at a reasonable 175 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, the engine joins with a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

And we're keen on its fuel efficiency…

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Child Passenger Safety Week: Avoiding Heatstroke in the Car

Of course you know better than to leave your baby in her car seat on a hot Nicholasville summer day—but it's almost fall. What if you just ran into the store for a minute?

A child dies approximately every 10 days in the U.S. from heat stroke in a car. Temperatures as low as 60 degrees have proven fatal, because the inside of a vehicle can heat up quickly…

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