Ford Expands Pothole Detection Technology

Ford Expands Pothole Detection Technology

Potholes are a pain, both figuratively and literally depending on how big the pothole is. It’s no secret potholes are everywhere and sometimes it isn’t possible to fix them all. That’s why Ford stepped in. Previously available on the Lincoln luxury brand and Ford Expedition SUV, pothole detection technology is expanding. The latest model on Ford’s lineup to receive the technology is the 2017 Ford Fusion V-6 Sport. Hitting showrooms and lots this summer, the Fusion V-6 Sport is powered by a 2.7-liter twin turbo EcoBoost V6 engine capable of pumping out 325 hp. Potholes cause about $3 billion in damages every year, according to AAA. Ford’s pothole detection technology

Ford August Sales Up 2 Percent Retail—Best in Eight Years

Ford August Sales Up 2 Percent Retail—Best in Eight Years

Ford August sales were up 0.4 percent total and 2 percent retail, marking the best August in eight years for the Detroit automaker. Rather than riding on the success of a single model, multiple vehicles highlighted the company’s August sales, including the Fusion, Escape, and Explorer, which you can all find at Gurley Motor Company. It goes without saying that the F-Series should also be on that list, though after six consecutive months of 60,000+ vehicle sales, we wonder if anyone ever actually doubts the success of America’s best-selling pickup truck. The Fusion had its best August ever since it launched in 2005, with sales totaling 29,452 vehicles, marking a

Ford lands several cars on safest for teens list

Ford lands several cars on safest for teens list

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has put together a list of the safest used cars for teenage drivers and there are several Ford vehicles on this list. This list was created because most teenage drivers are getting behind the wheel of vehicles that aren’t the safest for them to be in and parents have a hard time buying top ranked safety vehicles on a budget. Making it easier on parents to satisfy both needs, the IIHS has created two lists, one for safe vehicles under $20,000 and one for under $10,000. It gives you the model and the years that are safest and what the price should be per