All-New 2019 Ford Ranger is Coming Soon

All-New 2019 Ford Ranger is Coming Soon

The Ranger has long been part of Ford’s truck lineup, and the 2019 model is a welcome addition to Ford’s exceptional trucks. The all-new Ford 2019 Ranger is built tough and boasts remarkable durability and capability. It’s perfect for smooth cruising on paved roads, off-road adventures, and the worksite. The 2019 Ranger has all the power and capability you could want. It boasts a 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine with Auto Start-Stop technology, which sacrifices neither power nor efficiency by using both turbocharging and direct injection technology. This burly engine comes paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, which is offered on no other truck in its class. The Ranger’s powertrain combines exceptional

Ford’s Artificial Intelligence Investment

Ford’s Artificial Intelligence Investment

Ford has been a driving force behind autonomous vehicles and the American automaker’s most recent investment only further validates that. The company recently invested $1 billion into an artificial intelligence startup in Pittsburgh. The five-year investment will fund Argo AI, an artificial intelligence startup company. The company will continue to develop a virtual driver platform scheduled for use in Ford’s autonomous vehicles. Those vehicles are scheduled to be in production by 2021. Argo AI plans to have a staff of 200 engineers by the end of the year. Brian Salesky, formerly with Google’s autonomous car program, and Peter Rander, formerly of Uber’s self-driving car operations, founded the startup late last

Camping in Your Ford Edge

Whenever you’re feeling a little wanderlust, there’s nothing quite like just getting in your car and going. That’s something that the Ford Edge is perfect for, and camping in your Ford Edge can be loads of fun, especially if you know what to expect. Here are a few tips for the next time you feel a road trip coming on. Be Prepared While there’s something to be said for spontaneity, it’s also a good idea to have some idea about where you’re going. If nothing else, you’ll want to make sure that it’s a good time of year for the place you’d like to visit. Plus, planning a route can

Top 5 Places to Eat in New Mexico

Whether you’re visiting for the first time, or whether you’ve lived here your whole life, you’ve probably realized that there is no shortage of great places to eat in New Mexico. Here are our top five. Sparky’s in Hatch Hatch is known as the chili capital of the world, and even the local place with the burgers and shakes knows how to tout their chili pride. Known for the famous Hatch Chile Burger—never one to disappoint—Sparky’s also serves cheese fries, BBQ, and milkshakes. Little Red Hamburger Hut in Albuquerque If you fancy a burger sans chilis, then this family-owned place should do the trick. There’s still a chili-esque twist to

Places to Visit in New Mexico

Places to Visit in New Mexico

New Mexico may seem like a desert to those who know little about this area of the United States, but it’s actually one of the most beautiful states in the whole country. It’s almost as if wherever you drive, nature is doing its best to offer gorgeous landscapes and inspiring vistas for your eyes to admire. So grab a car from Gurley Motors and check out these amazing places to visit in New Mexico! White Sands – Who knew a desert could be so lovely to look upon? The combination of this 275-square-mile desert’s white sand and wave-like dunes gives it a truly, almost surreally peaceful appearance. Tent Rocks –

2016 Ford F-150’s Aluminum Body Makes It Lighter, Tougher, Better

2016 Ford F-150’s Aluminum Body Makes It Lighter, Tougher, Better

Most people know by now about 2016 Ford F-150’s aluminum body. The competition has been quick to misrepresent what that means to make it seem as though it wasn’t as “tough” as pickup trucks made of steel—so let’s clear that right up. It’s important to note that it’s only the body of the F-150 that is made of aluminum, and not just any aluminum at that, but military-grade alloy that has been heated treated to the point that it is even stronger than the steel it replaced. The frame is, of course, still high-strength steel, because that’s the part that bears all of the weight of the vehicle and the stress of

Ford Mustang Monopoly Token Added to Game’s New Empire Edition

Ford Mustang Monopoly Token Added to Game’s New Empire Edition

There’s no game quite as classic and iconic as Monopoly, and an aspect of the famous board game includes the various tokens used to represent the players as they move around the board. In days past, one of the most sought-after tokens was the race car. However, Monopoly is releasing a new version of the classic board game titled ‘Monopoly Empire,’ and the race car token is being replaced by something just as all-American and legendary as the game itself – a Ford Mustang Monopoly token. There’s one major difference between the new Empire version of the game and Classic Monopoly; instead of buying, selling, and trading real estate, Empire

Winter Activities near Gallup, New Mexico

Winter is a magical time here in New Mexico. We don’t have to suffer through the heavy snow and frigid temperatures like our northern neighbors and can enjoy near ideal weather all season long. Check out this list of some great winter events near Gallup so you and your family can keep having fun. Gallup Flea Market. Every Saturday along Highway 491, check out this great flea market. You can find amazing things from delicious food, Navajo jewelry, spices, and so much more. Petrified Forest National Park. Drive an hour west into Arizona and spend at day at this breathtaking national park. You will see an amazing petrified forest along

Ford’s Top Secret Aluminum F-150 Testing

By now we are all aware that the 2015 Ford F-150 will be made from aluminum, and we also know that Ford put the truck through a pretty rigorous testing process. What we didn’t know, was that Ford has been testing its aluminum F-150 for quite some time. Not only has it been testing for about 3 years, its test subjects were the general public. The best part is they had no idea they were driving an aluminum truck. Turns out that in 2011 Ford made the current style of the F-150 in six versions that used aluminum to make the cargo box. They handed these six trucks off to