2013 Ford Explorer – Explore with Excellence

If you want an SUV that enables you to trail anywhere, even the skies, switch to the 2013 Ford Explorer today. It’s the SUV with muscle, efficiency, and luxury Ford offers in their every vehicle.

To start, let’s look first at its engine. Under the hood is either a 3.5L Twin independent Variable Camshaft Timing (TiVCT) V6 engine with 290 hp at 6500 rpm, a 2.0L Turbocharged, Direct Injection Ti-VCT Ecoboost® I4 engine with 240 hp at 5500 rpm, or a 3.5L Turbocharged, Direct Injection Ti-VCT Ecoboost® V6 engine (stats to be distributed). Between the 3.5 L V6 and the 2.0L I4 models, the 2.0L I4 engine saves the most, with 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.

The Explorer is at its smartest phase so far. And to prove that, features that made it smarter are the – automatic high beams that automatically changes from low beam to high beam when required, the trailer sway control that pulls up to 5000 lbs of mass and is able to control where the driver wants it to be.

Meanwhile, the BLIS or Blind Spot Information System that informs the driver not to take the next lane because there are cars on the blind spot, and the Sync with MyFord Touch that features hands-free calling, turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and Wi-Fi capability.

Drive your own 2013 Ford Explorer today and paint it with these elegant colors – white platinum, ruby red, ingot silver, deep impact blue, green gem, ginger ale, sterling gray, Kodiak brown, tuxedo black, and oxford white.

2013 Lincoln MKT for a Luxurious Crossing Over

Do you need a Crossover full of power? But, what if you need the luxury as well? if you need both in action, the 2013 Lincoln MKT is the crossover for you.

First is the engine, either a 3.7L TI-VCT V6 type with 303 hp at 6500 rpm or a 3.5L Ecoboost V6 twin-turbocharged, direct-injection type with 365 hp at 5500 rpm. Between the two, you can save more fuel with the TI-VCT engine, with an estimate of its fuel economy of about 17 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

If you’re talking about luxury, only Lincoln provides an excellent and abundant one, like the refrigerated console on the second row. Yes, there’s a fridge on the second row console. You can place your food and beverages as long as it fits. For luxurious comfort, the first and second row seats are heated and cooled and can be adjusted by the passenger, depending on his/her preference. The steering wheel can also be heated for additional comfort for the driver.

The interior might impress you, but wait for its exterior. Its luxurious traits are its split-wing grille, LED tail lamps that is sure to captivate any driver or passer-by, its Adaptive HID headlamps that enhances your visibility of the road, giving you a crystal-clear highly-defined view, its vista roof that can give you illumination or a cool breeze when opened, and its 20-inch polished aluminum wheels that will support your driving and give you additional good-looks.

You can have this luxurious crossover in one of these colors to choose from – ingot silver, smoked quartz, ruby red, Kodiak brown, ginger ale, champagne, tuxedo black, or white.

2012 Ford Escape Hybrid for that Sweet Escape

Having a sweet escape from the stressful city can be fun, especially with everyone you love having fun with you. What more fun way to do it, is with the 2012 Ford Escape.

This SUV is built with a 2.5L Atkinson-cycle I-4 permanent-magnet electric motor with 177 net hp. It will save you the most fuel, having an estimate of 34 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. Its towing capacity with the Class II Trailer Tow Package can reach up to 3500 lbs.

Because it’s built by Ford, design is never disregarded. You can choose between a moon roof and a roof rack to be installed on your roof. For cargo space, you can fold the rear seat, giving you 67.2 cu. Ft. of space, allowing you to fit a mountain bike inside your Escape. If you need space for passengers and their cargo, 5 spacious seats with enough foot and shoulder room are available and 31.4 cu. Ft. of space for their luggage.

For comfort, a dual-zone automatic temperature control is available. So, if your other passenger wants a warmer feel for his/her morning than yours, it’s as easy as turning a knob. Entertainment is a necessity while on the drive, so Ford packed the Escape with a Center Stack Display that is voice activated. Everyone inside can enjoy a movie or two, non-stop commercial-less music with the Sirius XM radio, or just listening from someone’s MP3 player.

For colors choices for your brand new Escape, there are ginger ale, tuxedo black, deep impact blue, frosted glass, ingot silver, Kodiak brown, oxford white, ruby red, sterling gray, and white platinum to pick from.

2012 Ford Ranger – Aims to the Stars

Buying your first car is no joke. You have to check its performance, the feel of it, and the style, of course. It also has to be efficient, and the cost should be equal to its worth. The manufacturer should also be considered because they should already have proven the quality on their works. And with these factors to be considered, one truck can conquer it all. The 2012 Ford Ranger, the truck that aims to the stars.

Its 2.2 litre Ford Duratorq TDCi I4 diesel engine is guaranteed to save up gas while driving up or down a mountain with ease with its peak torque output of 375 Nm and power output of 110 kW (150 PS). Ford also has another engine, a 2.5-litre Ford Duratec I4 petrol engine that can be converted to run on CNG or LPG.

Its exterior paint job can be a sleek, royal blue, a radiant orange, a pure white, a chrome-like gray, and an elegant red. Its load capacity can reach a thousand kilograms and, at the same time, can tow a 3350kg trailer. It’s all because of its very strong chassis featuring the Dynamic Stability Program (DSC) that ensures its durability and strength. While driving down a hill, breaks are automatically applied to set a speed standard to ensure safety without stepping on the brake pedal for too long.

Safety is a guarantee when you buy your own Ford Ranger. Air bags are placed all around the vehicle in case of an emergency. Crossing a river without wetting the interior of the car is possible because of the 800mm water wading depth.

Avail your own Ford Ranger and experience an aim to the stars. With a very reasonable price, it really is the muscle truck of choice.

2013 Ford Taurus – Align the Stars

Align the Stars with the 2013 Ford Taurus. With its bold, aggressive looks, fine aerodynamic sculpt and a reasonable value, glances are sure guaranteed. The Taurus has a very powerful, 3.5L Ti-VCT V6 engine with 288 hp at 6500 rpm, or a 3.5L Eco-Boost V6 engine with 365 hp at 5500 rpm, depending on your choice. And with its fuel economy of 23 mpg and 20 mpg, respectively, you’re sure to save gas while driving really fast. As said earlier, the Taurus has a bold, aggressive look with its SHO grille with a unique piano black mesh design, a unique spoiler design, dual exhaust with chrome tips, and 20 inch machined aluminium wheels with black painted pockets. You’re sure to achieve speed and attract glances from passers-by to co-drivers on the road or in the parking lot.

And for technology, Ford will never let you down. With its SYNC with My-Ford or My-Ford touch, you’ll never have a problem with driving. You can customize systems like climate controls and voice-activated navigation systems, hands-free calling, voice-activated music search, Bluetooth audio, SYNC services that provide turn-by-turn directions, an information screen with displays information you want and you need at the moment, text messages can be read aloud to you.

And if you want to upgrade to My-Ford Touch, you’ll receive a customizable 8-inch touch screen with audio/video input jacks, Wi-Fi capability and two USB ports, voice-recognition technology that can be used for climate controls, answering phones, and finding nearby locations, and the infamous Sirius XM radio that serves commercial-less music.

The 2013 Ford Taurus is available in these colors ruby red, deep impact blue, ginger ale, green gem, Kodiak brown, oxford white, sterling gray, tuxedo black, white platinum, and ingot silver.

2013 Lincoln MKS – The Sweetest Ride in Los Angeles

Looking for a perfect luxury car that’s sooooo sweet? Look no further than the new 2013 Lincoln MKS. You can choose from two engines to be installed on your MKS, namely – the 3.7L 24-valve TI-VCT V6 engine with 304 hp at 6500 rpm; and the 3.5L EcoBoost™ twin turbo charged direct injection V6 engine with 365 hp at 5500 rpm. Between the two engines, the TI-VCT engine saves the most, with 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway (on FWD). The MKS’ exterior has a sharp, boasting look with its improved split-wing grille that brings out its elegance and class, its dual panel moon-roof that adds ventilation and illumination inside the MKS, and its three set of wheels to choose from – 19-inch premium painted aluminum wheels; 20-inch premium painted aluminum wheels with chrome inserts; and 20-inch polished aluminum wheels.

Of course, the interior never lets itself be left out. With the SYNC with MyLincoln Touch, you can personalize your driving experience with simple tweaks, such as – adjusting your climate control; know where the next gas station is, and call a loved-one with simple voice commands; turn-by-turn navigation; turn your car into a Wi-Fi hotspot; and 911 assist in case of an emergency.

Other features include – THX II Certified audio system; Sirius XM satellite radio, navigation system, and traffic and weather updates (90-day free trial); rear view camera; active park assist; and Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning with Brake Support.

If you want a sweet ride this 2013, then the 2013 Lincoln MKS is for you. To guarantee its sweetness, here are the colors available to choose from – silver diamond, smoked quartz, ruby red, Kodiak brown, ginger ale, crystal champagne, tuxedo black, and white platinum.

2012 Ford Transit Connect – Takes Your Business Further

If you need a set of wheels for your business, as in any type of business, buy a 2012 Ford Transit Connect today. You can enjoy the convenience of having one, plus, it’s a Ford; so you can really have a luxurious drive while running a business. Under the Transit Connect’s hood is a 2.0L Duratec DOHC I4 engine that produces 136 hp at 6300 rpm and a torque of 128 at 4750 rpm. And for its fuel economy, it runs on an estimated 22 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, so you can save fuel even if you’re delivering on lots of locations. Because it’s a wagon, it has a decent amount of payload that’s up to 1600lbs.

The Transit Connect’s exterior features a usual wagon look, but Ford gave it some tweaks to give it an upright look that’s appealing to the eye; starting off with its dual sliding doors, decent fog lamps, and two rear doors that swings up to 255 degrees if you want it to.

Finally, let’s look at the interior. It has a very generous cargo, giving you up to 129.6 cu. Ft. of space. It’s customizable, letting you place drawers, dividers, cabinets, and more, according to your needs. And if it’s not for cargo, it has five spacious seats available, with a four-speaker stereo system for optimal sound inside the Transit Connect.

The Ford Transit Connect is available in the following colors – dark blue, frozen white, torch red, dark micastone, ingot silver, noisette, winter blue, and panther black. You may want to get one which matches well with your business.