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How the 2016 Ford Escape breaks out of the compact-crossover box

The Ford Escape is one of America's favorite compact crossovers for good reason -- and the brand expands upon these incentives with many new features for the 2016 model year.

 

The Escape is one of those well-rounded family vehicles that offers a bit of capability, spaciousness, reliability, and efficiency all under one affordable roof. The 2016 refresh adds "tech-savviness" to that list of attributes thanks to such additions as the all-new Ford SYNC® 3 infotainment system. Available amenities include a self-parking system, hands-free power liftgate, and auto wipers.

 

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Should you lease or loan your next new Ford?

So, you're in the market for a new Ford. Smart choice! But you've only made part of the decisions necessary for acquiring a new vehicle. For instance, should you buy or lease your fresh ride?

 

We hear that question a lot here at Koons Falls Church Ford, so it's very common to be unsure of the benefits of leasing of vehicle. No worries -- the financing professionals her eat our Washington D.C. Ford facility can answer all of your Ford lease or auto loan inquiries, and they'll help you weigh all of your options so you…

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How the 2017 Ford Escape breaks away from the compact-crossover crowd

Styling, sportiness, substance -- that's the formula for the redesign of the Ford Escape. The compact crossover segment is a highly competitive one, and the 2017 Escape plans to make its mark with technology, trendiness, and a couple of potent EcoBoost engines.

 

The 2017 model year welcomes the addition of a turbocharged 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine and a revised version of the existing 2.0-liter EcoBoost. The all-new Ford SYNC® Connect smartphone app feature makes a welcome debut in the upcoming Escape, and it works in conjunction with the Ford SYNC® 3 infotainment system. SYNC® 3 boasts

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The 2016 Ford Mustang EcoBoost isn't your grandfather's pony car

 

Sports cars are no longer the barebones brawlers that they used to be. Modern consumers expect performance vehicles to offer more creature comforts than in years past -- to offer a bit of everything, not just the unbridled power of a straight-laced racer -- and that's where the 2016 Ford Mustang comes in.

 

While it's still built on the philosophy of its predecessors -- that driving should be fun and engaging -- it also values comfort and practicality in the form of improved efficiency and more high-tech amenities. The Mustang EcoBoost is the show horse of the herd, boasting an exceptionally

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Make a friend for life with the a faithful Ford Mustang

Owning a muscle car doesn't merely earn you the title of "driver." You're part of an exclusive and loyal club of pony-car enthusiasts that view driving as something of a religious experience. The Ford Mustang ignites this kind of passion and fandom in its owners, as you can see below in the sweet story below about a beloved 1965 Mustang from Minerva, Ohio:



 

The 2016 Mustang brings about the same type of dedication in its drivers, thanks to its unique blend of traditional and contemporary designs. The latest Mustang still values raw power and engaging driving dynamics, but…

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More fun, fewer hands with Ford SYNC® 3

Ford is dedicated to the cause of less-distracted driving, starting with your infotainment system. We've all been in situations where we fiddled around with the radio for a bit too long or glanced at a text message rather than ignored all phone notifications until we're parked.

 

The all-new Ford SYNC® 3 system works to correct your poor judgment with such features as hands-free call, text, navigation, music, destination search, and more. There are also handy steering-wheel-mounted controls for many of these features. And what you can't do with SYNC&xae 3 (and this is a pretty

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Which 2016 Ford Focus model should you focus on?

The question is whether or not to invest in a 2016 Ford Focus -- after all, it's one of the top choices for small cars. What our Washington D.C. area customers need to consider is which of the many Focus variants best suits their unique needs.

 

Firstly, the Focus comes in both small sedan and hatchback body styles, the latter offering a whopping 44.8 max. cargo space for those drivers that have a bit more junk for the trunk. Beyond the shape, there are roughly six unique models to choose from, starting with the base Focus S.

 

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2016 Ford Explorer is both new and tried-and-true

Let's talk new. While the Ford Explorer is a tried-and-true family vehicle -- trusted by parents all over the Washington D.C. area to protect and pamper their precious passengers -- the refreshed 2016 Explorer introduces a variety of changes for this people-mover.

 

The three-row crossover SUV gains a trim-topping Platinum model, which adds massaging front seats, an automatic parking system, adaptive cruise control, a dual-panel sunroof, wood interior trim and much more. If you don't need to ride in the lap of luxury, you'll still benefit from 2016 upgrades, as all Explorer models

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The Ford Escape overflows with technology for 2016

What can a bestselling vehicle do to stay at the top of its game? Maintain that ideal automotive recipe, of course, as well as introduce some trendy technologies and designs into the mix. That's just what Ford does with the 2016 Ford Escape, one of Washington D.C.'s favorite compact SUVs -- or, more accurately, one of the nation's favorites.

 

For 2016, the Escape keeps up appearances with potent turbocharged engine options, agile handling, comfortable seating and an upscale cabin. But this small hauler also appeals to the tech-savvy crowd with the all-new SYNC® 3 infotainment system

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Why Ford has the advantage in the midsize crossover class with the 2015 Edge

Let's be honest -- that all-terrain SUV you're driving pretty much just stays on the pavement, doesn't it? You bought an off-road-oriented SUV for the space, but you really don't ever venture out of suburbia, and as such the ride quality, efficiency and overall family-friendliness suffers.

 

How about opting for a more well-mannered crossover as your next new vehicle, one that balances power with efficiency, spaciousness with maneuverability, high-quality materials with a durable construction?

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