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All-New 2016 Ford Focus RS Flexes its Muscle for MotorWeek


Should you find yourself seeking a hot hatchback for your next vehicular purchase, we here at Midway Ford Truck Center feel it's high time you had a look at our esteemed American automaker's latest, the all-new 2016 Ford Focus RS.


That answer, conveniently enough, can be found in the clip below. Pair up with our pals over at MotorWeek, as they explain just what makes the Focus RS so very special:

Without a doubt its main event, the Focus RS's engine -- a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder -- is altogether in a league of its own. Rated at…

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Autotrader Tries 2017 Ford Explorer on for Size


Look: we here at Midway Ford Truck Center are not typically ones to boast; that's simply not our style.

However, when it comes to the 2017 Ford Explorer -- the American automaker's icon of the full-size crossover class -- we quite honestly cannot resist crowing.

And we think you'll see just what we mean after scoping the clip below, a video review of the latest Explorer from our chums over at Autotrader. Have a looksee right here:

Brilliantly appointed from bonnet to boot, the Explorer's base trim is not one to disappoint.

Standard features on this model include…

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Protect Your Summer



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"Seat belts: You might be thinking, really? Isn’t this fairly basic knowledge? Since it remains the most important piece of safety equipment, we’re revisiting proper buckling-up. Long stretches of highway can sometimes result in occupants slipping into what they think is a more comfortable belted position, but remember, you need to ensure that it tightly encircles your hips, not your waist. Never place the shoulder belt behind your back or under your arm."

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Towing is Easier than Ever with Ford

Summer is on its way, and with it truck owners look forward to the months ahead. Time to get back out and adventure—whether that means towing a trailer full of four-wheelers or a camper, a boat or something else entirely.

Towing requires a special skill set to be sure. There is the hookup to know backward and front—you definitely don’t want anything falling off or loosening on your trip—and also the towing itself. You have to be able to maneuver your truck both while driving and backing up.

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Autotrader Offers '5 Reasons to Buy' Redesigned 2016 Ford Explorer


Though we at Midway Ford Truck Center aren't ones to speak in absolutes, we're nonetheless not sure we've met a utility vehicle more impressive, more altogether astonishing than the all-new 2016 Ford Explorer. That's how good it is.

Might it prompt a similar reaction from you? Check the clip below -- a video review of the remade Explorer from the folks at Autotrader -- to find out:

Available exclusively with the Sport and Platinum trims is a turbo 3.5-liter V6, the most robust engine in the range. Good for a gargantuan 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of…

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The 2016 Ford Fusion Energi Plug-in Hybrid Offers Drivers Comparable Eco-Friendly Options

When you're behind the wheel, you want choices. Some of those choices involve whether or not you help or harm the environment. With the all-new Ford Fusion Energi Plug-In Hybrid, you always have a decision to make: plug-in or not?


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Wired Looks at Transportation's Future

A recent Wired article called "The Future of Mobility" looks at the affect urbanization continues to have on the globe, specifically with regard to transportation. The increasing population and number of vehicles out there has created a need for smarter cars and smarter roads. That's where Ford comes in.

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Oh, Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, How Fatal Are Your Branches: How To Secure Your Tree With Ford

All the Grinches and Scrooges out there know that a real Christmas tree is nothing more than a hassle. Nevertheless, the holidays demand "the spirit" of the season -- and so do the kids -- which means tossing that white artificial Christmas tree you inherited from your Aunt Agatha (even though it boasted convenient, albeit tacky, built-in lights). Ford is here to help you along on your quest to participate in seasonal festivities. Check out the video below, including some helpful -- and amusing -- holiday tree shopping do's and don'ts.

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