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Vehicle Care Revolves Around Maintenance


You might be one of those car enthusiasts who is always worried about the appearance of your vehicle. The life of a car goes deeper than the exterior. We all want a car that looks incredible on the outside. Car maintenance goes way deeper than shining a vehicle.

Vehicle maintenance is the lifeline. An owner's manual will spell out recommendations for maintenance. It can provide valuable information on how to extend the life of any vehicle. The most important maintenance you can ever provide for a vehicle is a regular oil change. Oil changes keep cars fresh and your…
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Orient Yourself to the Outstanding 2017 Ford Fusion

If you're shopping the midsize sedan class for your next automotive purchase, please allow your friends here at Smith Motor Company to offer a word of advice:

Ford's -- the 2017 Fusion -- is one that for sure should be on your short list.

And why's that?

Click "play" on the clip below to find out; here to provide you an inside look at the Fusion is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

Driving enthusiasts are sure to flock to the Fusion's top-tier engine -- a turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 -- like moths to a flame.

Available exclusively with the…

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Ford's 2018 Mustang GT: Gone in Four Seconds

Wondering what makes the 2018 Ford Mustang GT so special? Lift its hood to find out.

Waiting inside the 2018 Mustang GT is a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine. That gives you 460 horsepower, 420 pounds-feet torque, and 7,500 RPM. And if that isn't enough, the GT has a special Drag Strip mode that lets you make optimal use of all that strength.

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Refinements to the 2018 Ford Focus RS Make an Impressive Mark

With 350 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque, the 2018 Ford Focus RS is still the most powerful hot hatch in the world. Although its all-wheel drive system gives it a nearly unfair advantage among its competitors, it still deals with wheel spin during heavy acceleration. Well, the 2017 model did, anyway. Thanks to a new limited-slip differential, the Focus RS will keep more power in play than ever.

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