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AutoGuide.com Piles on Praise for 2017 Ford Focus RS

What do we here at Nourse Chillicothe Ford Lincoln enjoy about the 2017 Focus RS, Ford's high-octane hatch?

Well, to be frank ... everything. We think it's quite clear that the American automaker delivered a doozy with this one.

And we believe you'll understand just what we mean after watching the clip below, a video review of the Focus RS from AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika. Have at it:

Talk about tricked-out -- the Focus RS's sole trim level is all that and then some.

Standard features include 19-inch alloy wheels, summer tires, performance brakes, adjustable…

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AAA Urges Skeptical American Drivers to Switch to Synthetic Oil

Synthetic motor oil isn't an expensive scam put on by greedy repair shops, says AAA. According to nationwide surveys, 44 percent of U.S. drivers don't believe synthetic oil is beneficial, many citing suspicion that it's just another way for service centers to squeeze them for more money.

Yet AAA's recent findings show synthetic oil really is superior, and those findings are reflected in the majority of…

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Ford SmartLink Can Transform Your Used Car into a Wi-Fi Hotspot & More!

So, you've got your eye on a 2010 – 2016 pre-owned Ford. It's got the style, features, and price tag you want. The only thing that's missing is all that advanced connectivity technology available on most new cars these days.

New Ford models are compatible with the FordPass™ app, which allows drivers to schedule service appointments, lock and unlock their vehicle remotely, find their vehicle's location, and more. But drivers of older models...

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The 2017 Ford F-150 Faces Off Against the 1995 Ford F-150

As Autotrader's Jabari Jones learns, the "best" truck is a matter of personal taste. He set off to compare a classic 1995 F-150 to the brand-new 2017 Ford F-150, and found something to enjoy in each of them.

The new Ford F-150 XLT is a powerful beast, with 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque—that's from a V6 engine! The cab is outfitted with all the comforts that a modern driver needs when spending hours of work behind the wheel, from cup holder space, to trailer assist technology, to built-in GPS navigation.

By comparison, the 1995 F-150…

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Some Simple Gas Saving Tips

Saving a couple of miles per gallon of gas is not as difficult as you might think it is. We are all creatures of habit, and if we make it a habit to save gas, we will not be spending quite as much time at the fuel pump as before.

Keep a light foot. Do not gun the accelerator and take off like a race car driver. This not only wastes gas; it is also bad for the engine. Speaking of engines, a finely tuned engine operates more efficiently. When is the last time you had an oil change and…
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Keep Those Cracks From Forming

If you think that rock chips are nothing to worry about, then think again. They are the warning of a much bigger problem to come -- cracks. Cracks will destroy your windshield and force you to have to buy a new windshield which may or may not be in the immediate budget. Even if it is in the car budget, who wants to have to spring for a new windshield ever? Wouldn't you rather spend that hard earned money on something, anything, else?

So don't let those cracks even start! Stop them in their tracks by getting any rock…
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Your Maintenance Schedule: It Can Help You Save

Your dealer gave you a book, a warranty manual and user's manual that tells you about your new car. It gives instructions on how to maintain your vehicle with the proper topping off fluids, change fluids, and check various systems in your vehicle. Some of these maintenance venues are optional, and some are not. Some of them are mandatory in order to maintain the integrity of your vehicle's warranty. Your car will run more smoothly, longer, and with fewer problems simply by following the manufacturer's directions as far as vehicle maintenance goes...

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Synthetic Versus Conventional – Which Oil Is Better?

Oil keeps your car engine lubricated, reducing friction and wear on the moving parts. Your vehicle came with a manufacturer’s maintenance schedule intended to keep it running at peak performance. Maintaining your car or truck helps you maximize gas mileage and extend the working life of your vehicle. The most common item of automotive maintenance is the oil change. Changing the oil is one of the quickest, easiest, and most critical of all routine maintenance.

Not changing the oil on a regular basis leaves your vehicle open to breakdowns and costly repairs...

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