Updates & News: Another “Did You Know?”

September 11th, 2017 by

updatesIt’s been a while for updates…

since we’ve done a “Did you know?” blog. We have some great news and updates to share with you this month. Keep reading for all the great details!

updatesDid you know…

The 2017 F-150 has received the Greener Choice award from the American Council for and Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)? It’s the ONLY full-seized truck on the list. F-150 4×2 with the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 and Auto Start-Stop Technology has a best-in-class EPA gas fuel economy rating of 19 city/26 highway/22 combined mile per gallon.

At this year’s Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, IN, Ford announced:

  • Transit updates for 2018 will make it even more  attractive to customer with standard features such as interior-rear-door exit handle, and rear LED cargo lamp switch, as well as a locking glove box.
  • F-650 and F-750 achieved their best sales since 1997!
  • For the second year in a row, F-650 and F-750 were named Work Truck magazine’s 2017 Medium-Duty Truck of the Year.

updatesDid you know…

Ford is reinventing in-vehicle entertainment in the all-new 2018 Expedition with available live-streaming of cable or satellite TV via SlingPlayer. Expedition and the all-new 2018 EcoSport also feature available digital music streaming, wi-fi hotspot capability and Ford-exclusive B&O PLAY Premium Audio System by HARMAN.

 

Did you know…

The 2017 Fusion has won the 2017 Motorweek Driver’s Choice Award for Best Family Sedan.

Did you know…

The 2017 Fusion features standard “return to Park” technology to help reduce the potential for roll-aways. This smart innovation helps drivers have extra peace of mind that their vehicle will select Park, as intended, even if they forget to turn the gearshift dial to “P” or accidentally leave the car in another gear when parking. Using the vehicle’s extensive network of sensors, the technology automatically shifts Fusion in Park when any of the following conditions occur:

  • The driver turns off the vehicle
  • Opens the driver’s door (first) and then unlatches their seat-belt (second) or vice versa.

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