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Midway Ford Truck Center

7601 NE 38th Street
Directions Kansas City, MO 64161

  • Sales: (888) 448-6098
  • SERVICE & PARTS: (800) 598-2285


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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Leaner and Meaner

Ford Motor Company has just released the specs for the new 2017 Ford F150 Raptor, which happens to be leaner and meaner than ever before thanks to the new high-output 3.5L EcoBoost engine that delivers more power than the previous generations 6.2L V8.
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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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The Ford Focus shines bright

Anticipating balmy, breezy summer nights staring into a gorgeous starry sky has helped us get through many long winters here at Midway Ford Truck Center. Thankfully, those days aren't too far away now that Spring is here. When you venture out to your favorite star gazing location this year make sure you're arriving in style with a vehicle that twinkles like no other, the 2016 Ford Focus.


Twinkle twinkle, little Focus. 🌟 📷: @dols34 #Ford #Focus #FordFocus #Stars #NightSky #ShootingStar #Stargazing

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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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Keep your Ford truck in tip-top shape with routine service

The winter weather and tricky driving conditions can often be quite tough on our vehicles. That's why keeping up with routine maintenance and regular service appointments is so important in extending the lifetime of yours. Midway Ford Truck Center is proud to provide our customers with an onsite service and repair center that's ready to tackle any of your automotive needs as well as keep your Ford truck operating as smoothly as possible for as long as possible.

Whether you're bringing your car in for new pair of windshield wipers and

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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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