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AutoGuide.com States Case for Spectacular 2017 Ford Focus RS

Are you shopping the hot hatchback class for your next daily driver? Well, if so, we here at Malloy Ford would be eager to match you up with ours, the 2017 Focus RS.

How come?

Check the clip below to find out; here now with his assessment of the Focus RS is AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika:

There is absolutely no debating the performance prowess of the Focus RS's engine, a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder. Syncing with a six-speed manual transmission, this four-banger makes a massive 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. All-wheel drive is standard…

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Is It Really That Different? Reviewers Sample the Gas-Powered 2018 Ford F-150

The new design, expanded equipment, and updated engines might seem fairly minor for the 2018 Ford F-150, but now that reviewers have their hands on it, reality is setting in. Once more, America’s favorite pickup has raised the bar. New grille designs, 4G LTE WiFi, Bang and Olufsen audio, and more safety gear aside, the gas-powered trucks are more powerful and efficient than ever before.

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Ford F-150 Rises to the Top of Autotrader's List

Autotrader added to the summer heat with a list of their top ten hottest cars of summer 2017.

How does a vehicle make it to the top of the list? Easy -- it just has to be the one vehicle that has more search activity (more buyer interest) on the Autotrader site than any other vehicle.

So, it's really no surprise that the widely-beloved Ford F-150 should claim the top spot.

After all, the Ford F-Series has been hot for a while now -- 40 consecutive years as America's best-selling truck to be precise.

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Signs You May Need New Brakes

Your brakes are imperative to your safety on the road. Without them you would not be able to stop your car, both when you need to slow down, and when you need to suddenly stop. Therefore, it is important to always ensure your brakes are in healthy, working condition.

If you notice any of the following signs, we implore you to bring your vehicle in to our service center so that our highly trained technicians can take a look at them.

  • your steering wheel, or your pedal, vibrates, or pulsates
  • you hear constant screeching, squealing, or grinding sounds when you…
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When is the Last Time You Thought About Your Car's Battery?

Almost everyone knows their car has a battery, but many people don't realize they wear out, until they are stranded somewhere. If you didn't buy your car new, there's a good chance you don't know how old the battery is. Car batteries do have an expiration date, after which they are more likely to fail.

There are several warning signs that your battery may be reaching the end of its useful life. You may notice your headlights seem dimmer than usual, or the engine cranks slower than usual. Looking at your battery, corrosion, leaking fluid or…
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Key Things to Ensure a Safer Road Trip

In order to keep your car moving down the highway on your next road trip, you have to be willing to take some time today to make some preparations for trouble.

Here are some safety tips that will get you moving down the highway safely:
  1. Always keep a set of jumper cables in the trunk, this will ensure anyone on the road can jump your battery and get you back moving on the road.
  2. An empty gas can in your truck is the key to getting fuel if you run out and the person who is helping you doesn't…
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Key Things to Ensure a Safer Road Trip

In order to keep your car moving down the highway on your next road trip, you have to be willing to take some time today to make some preparations for trouble.

Here are some safety tips that will get you moving down the highway safely:
  1. Always keep a set of jumper cables in the trunk, this will ensure anyone on the road can jump your battery and get you back moving on the road.
  2. An empty gas can in your truck is the key to getting fuel if you run out and the person who is helping you doesn't…
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Key Things to Ensure a Safer Road Trip

In order to keep your car moving down the highway on your next road trip, you have to be willing to take some time today to make some preparations for trouble.

Here are some safety tips that will get you moving down the highway safely:
  1. Always keep a set of jumper cables in the trunk, this will ensure anyone on the road can jump your battery and get you back moving on the road.
  2. An empty gas can in your truck is the key to getting fuel if you run out and the person who is helping you doesn't…
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Key Things to Ensure a Safer Road Trip

In order to keep your car moving down the highway on your next road trip, you have to be willing to take some time today to make some preparations for trouble.

Here are some safety tips that will get you moving down the highway safely:
  1. Always keep a set of jumper cables in the trunk, this will ensure anyone on the road can jump your battery and get you back moving on the road.
  2. An empty gas can in your truck is the key to getting fuel if you run out and the person who is helping you doesn't…
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Don't be the one caught in the rain!

The truth is, having a roadside emergency kit may come in quite handy someday. As they say, " Better safe than sorry!" You can purchase a kit or make one on your own. I personally think having a jump box is a good item to keep as well. You never know when you can't find someone to jump you. But also keep actual jumper cables in your vehicle. Always have the three reflective triangles. You want to be as safe as possible during anytime on the side of any road. A good flash light or two and plenty of batteries…
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