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How Car Parts from the Dealership are Superior

Those parts you purchase from the discount parts store might save you a few bucks now, but what about having to buy them again and waiting your time doing another repair. Inferior parts fail sooner, and you will only be wasting time and money moving forward.

Here at Priority Ford we have access to a huge inventory in stock, so the parts you need will be available without having to order them and wait. Regardless if you need shocks, filters, brake parts, hoses, or belts, you can make those repairs today.

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Should You Get A 4-Wheel Drive Vehicle?

Our customers at Priority Ford often ask about this. All-wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicles help you accelerate in wet conditions, but they don't help with stopping.

All-wheel drive cars have a drivetrain that uses a front, rear, and center differential for providing power to all the wheels. A four-wheel drive uses a drivetrain that employs two differentials and a transfer case which provides power to all of the vehicle's wheels. If you're often in areas with dirt roads or areas where it snows often, AWD or 4WD vehicles help with traction and should be on your…

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Where Can I Get GAP Insurance?

GAP insurance, also known as Guaranteed Asset Prevention, is an additional car insurance that covers all of the difference between what your car insurance will pay and your obligation if ever there is a serious accident. Car insurance policies only pay up to the car's fair market value. GAP Insurance covers the rest of what you owe on your loan.

 
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No Road? No Problem, with the 2018 Expedition FX4 Off-Road Package

You've got five kids who need to get to their softball practice, with bats, helmets, and cleats in tow. Only one problem—it's spring, and a rapid thaw and rain completely washed out the dirt road.

If you were driving a regular old SUV, you'd wind up spinning your tires through mud and going nowhere fast. This disaster, and disappointed crying, could be averted if you were driving the 2018 Ford Expedition with the…

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Ford Demonstrates its Mechanical Mastery with 2017 Focus RS

It seems to us at Priority Ford that our esteemed American automaker has once again conjured pure motorway magic -- and this time it's with its hot hatchback, the 2017 Focus RS.

What went into the creation of this sport-tuned stunner? Join AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika to find out:

Far and away its finest feature, the engine of the Focus RS is really in a lane of its own.

Its turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder pairs with a six-speed manual transmission to produce a very plentiful 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque.

And, as you may well…

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Save Money by Increasing Your Fuel Economy

Every time you step on the accelerator, you're burning fuel to increase the speed of your car. Once you are cruising along at 50 miles per hour, when you go to stop, the energy used by burning gasoline to get your car up to that 50 miles an hour is now lost. After you stop, you have to again burn gas to power up the engine and get your car back up to that 50 miles per hour.

There are two important things you can do to lessen the negative impact on your wallet when accelerating your car up…
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Ford to Add More Electrified Vehicles by the Year 2020

Recently, Ford Motor Company announced that it will deliver seven new electrified vehicles, including F-150 Hybrid and Mustang Hybrid models for the US market and a Transit Custom plug-in hybrid for European customers, within the next five years. Ford also will introduce a fully-electric SUV that offers an estimated range of 300 miles..

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