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Take an Exhilarating Ride in the 2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid

The 2018 Ford Fusion is clearly an impressive sedan that is designed to impress and satisfy. It brings a new level of style to its vehicle class. The Fusion is equipped with sophisticated technology that will help its owner benefit economically down the road.

There are many features on the 2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid including the Lane Keeping System. The Lane Keeping System helps the driver maintain a safe distance in traffic while traveling. It is supported by Lane-Keeping Alert and Lane Keeping Aid.  

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Stay Aware of Your Surroundings in the 2018 Ford Edge

If you're worried about not being able to see around your entire vehicle, you'll be happy to know that the 2018 Ford Edge has the technology to keep you safe. This popular mid-sized SUV has advanced sensors that keep track of vehicles even when you can't see them.

Blind Spot Monitoring and Cross-Traffic Alerts are both available as part of the Ford Safe and Smart package. 

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Come Discover How The 2018 Ford Flex Can Make Driving More Enjoyable

There are many things that you should consider when choosing your next SUV. Although performance features are important, the design elements can be equally important because they can appeal to your aesthetic and the overall enjoyment of driving the vehicle. The 2018 Ford Flex is a mid-sized SUV with 3rd-row seating which aims to give you the best driving experience possible.

The 2018 Flex comes with design features to make getting around on the road more pleasant.

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See the New Ford Mustang Design Features

Every few years, Ford refreshes the design of the Mustang. The classic look is still present in the overall design, but the new hood, headlamps, and body style are more than subtle. You can see that the designers wanted more of an aerodynamic look that resembled the race car design that has become popular in sports cars. US News & World Report also named the new Mustang as the number one sports car in America.

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Windshield Wiper Blades - Knowing When They Need to Go

If you’re like many drivers, you don’t really pay much attention to your windshield wiper blades until it’s raining and you can barely see the road. Don’t let this happen any longer. Stop at Sewell Ford and allow us to get a new set of blades on your vehicle today.

As minor of a part as they are, windshield wiper blades are very important because they allow us to see the road in front of us. 

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How to Jump-Start Another Car

Once you learn a couple of basic points about jump starting another vehicle, you will realize it’s something you can do without problem. The first thing is to recognize that each end of the cables has a positive clamp and a negative clamp. The positive is marked in red and the negative is in black. Also, be aware to use care not to touch other metal surfaces with the unconnected clamps once you’ve started connecting to a battery.

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Why Tire Tread and Pressure Matter

To make sure you have proper control over your vehicle, your tires need to be in good shape. People sometimes take them for granted, but they can deteriorate over time. You can come in to Sewell Ford in Odessa, TX to have us professionally assess them.

Tires need to be properly inflated to maintain proper contact with the road. When tires are over- or under-inflated, they'll wear out unevenly. 

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Powertrain vs. Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage: What's the Difference?

Your new car, SUV or truck leaves the dealership with a number of warranties. Bumper-to-bumper coverage includes the powertrain, but powertrain coverage, which lasts longer, is restricted to those systems vital to the owner's mobility.

Under your blanket coverage, you'll find everything from your entertainment screen to the lever that folds the rear seats. The owner will have few worries, except for changing the wipers or light bulbs.

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What Does Horsepower do for Your Vehicle?

The amount of horsepower that a vehicle offers matters to potential car buyers because it tells how powerful the engine is. If you have questions about horsepower, just stop by the Sewell Ford showroom and we will be glad to help you.

The story of how the term "horsepower" originated is very interesting. The famous 18th-century inventor, James Watt, was searching for a way to impress prospective customers in regard to his steam engine, a very powerful machine that would be a great help to farming. 

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