2013 Ford Flex – Ford’s Box SUV

A versatile, futuristic looking, sleek, stylish SUV that can fit 7 people – it’s the 2013 Ford Flex. It’s a box car with speed, efficiency and technology to be enjoyed by everyone. Under the Flex’s hood is either a 3.5L Ti-VCT V6 engine with 6-speed SelectShift Automatic® transmission and runs at 287 hp at 6500 rpm, or a 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 twin-turbocharged, direct-injection engine with 6-speed SelectShift Automatic® with paddle activation and runs at 365 hp at 5500 rpm. Between the two, the 3.5L Ti-VCT engine saves the most fuel, with 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

With its innovative approach, Ford packed the Flex with features that really catches people’s eyes and hearts. Beginning with the exterior, it features a unique, bold image that has a futuristic touch with its titanium accents, a chrome grille, and a choice from 17-19 inch painted aluminum wheels, 20 inch bright painted aluminum wheels, or 20 inch wheels, either polished or machined with premium paint pockets.

A navigation system with Sirius XM traffic and travel link is standard for this Ford model’s interior. The XM offers up to date traffic and weather advisories and navigation when you need it. And in all Ford cars, the SYNC with MyFord or MyFord Touch is available, which features hands-free calling, lets you control your entertainment with a simple voice command, and also call 911 when you can’t.

Get your own 2013 Ford Flex today and choose from these elegant colors to match your personal taste – mineral gray, ginger ale, Kodiak brown, deep impact blue, ruby red, white platinum, tuxedo black, white suede, and ingot silver.

Explore Like Never Before With the 2012 Ford Explorer

When it comes to the vehicle themselves, anything can be called an SUV of functionality. However, few can perform exactly as their buyers would want and exceed expectations. The ever dependable 2012 Ford Explorer is one such SUV that gives you exactly what you are looking for in a manner that would surprise you. On the matter of appearance, the exterior of the 2012 Explorer is sleek and elegant, while also having a boldly wild feel exuding from it. One look of the Explorer will be enough to tell you that it is a vehicle that will take you most anywhere you need to go.

On the matter of the interior features, perhaps most notable would be the impressive amount of space. It can have up to seven people along its three rows of available spots and still have plenty of room for a considerable amount of cargo.

The fantastic appearance of the Explorer is not simply for dropping jaws either—although that certainly should be an attractive prospect for a lot of people—it also has safety functions. The materials used to make up the structure of the Explorer are durable and are meant to act as extra protection in case of collision.

Aside from that though, the Explorer also features collision technology that warns you of an impending collision and assists with avoiding it. If a collision does happen, the featured inflatable safety-belts help reduce injury by lessening the force of impact than traditional safety-belts.

The explorer is an SUV that was built to perform. Its V6 engine has enough juice to get you anywhere you need to go while reducing fuel consumption. So feel free to travel without gas worries.

2013 Lincoln MKX Upgrades MyLincoln Touch

In the 2011 model year, the Lincoln MKX was revamped adding new sheetmetal, powertrains and the MyLincoln Touch to its existing features. A model year after, nothing much has changed because Lincoln believed that the design still works for their market. It still looks handsome especially that the materials used were upgraded. This 2013 model year, the looks department remains the same again but the biggest update is the revision of the MyLincoln system making the system easier to use.

The 2013 MKX is equipped with a 3.7-liter V-6 engine that is rated at 305 horsepower. This six-speed automatic vehicle can easily move from 0 to 60 mph in 8.0 seconds. Steering is smooth even if you are running at a top speed of 125 mph.

Five adults can easily and comfortably fit inside the 2013 MKX. The front seats are very supportive and finding the perfect driving position is easy because of the telescoping steering. For those who like their vehicle to have enough storage, the 2013 MKX will never disappoint you.

Safety-wise, Lincoln made sure that the 2013 MKX scores well. It is considered to be one of the safest vehicles there is. Standard safety features include curtain airbags, blind-spot monitors, stability control, and a rearview camera.

The addition of the upgraded MyLincoln Touch system is the best feature of the 2013 MKX. The system is Bluetooth-controlled with voice-activated technology. It features a big LCD touchscreen where you can control a lot of stuff. Finding the nearest Starbucks shop is also easier just by using your voice. You can even tag your music and sync with your iTunes if you please. The firmware update made everything easier and more organized.

Fusing Convenience and Cleanliness with the 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Most people can recognize the convenience of having a car around, especially considering distance and time. However, not everyone can appreciate the negative effects of the smog that comes out of exhaust of most vehicles, not to mention the escalating price of fuel. Because of this, people need a mode of transport that is fuel efficient and environment friendly, and that is exactly what 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid is meant to be.

The 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid has been designed to look the part of a green, efficient and convenient vehicle in every respect. Coolly elegant and noticeably practical, the Fusion Hybrid can grab some positive attention without overwhelming the eyes of anyone who stares. This is particularly important since people really will stare.

Inside the Fusion Hybrid, the amenities can only be described as smart and sensible. The interior offers plenty of space even with a full passenger load and the interior materials invoke a sense of simplicity but with an underlying aura of confidence. The set of gadgetry is also nothing to sneeze at as you’ve got the whole package of smart vehicle gauge as well as up-to-date navigation technology.

Finally, the 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid does not mess around when it comes to keeping things environmentally conscious and making the most of the fuel it has. The Fusion hybrid will give you exactly the performance that any great hybrid vehicle would, and that is by maximizing in energy efficiency without having to sacrifice power. Those who hate having to keep turning their vehicle on and off might also like to know that the 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid does not require such work as it can turn off by itself the moment you stop.

2013 Lincoln MKS: A New Take on an Old Make

Recently a lot of automobile manufacturers are being criticized for simply “remaking” their past models and offering them attached to a premium price tag. Thing is, the automobile is in need of something truly revolutionary. And Lincoln has stepped up to the challenge with the upcoming release of the 2013 Lincoln MKS. First, the interiors. Simply saying the interior of the 2013 Lincoln MKS is an improvement over last year’s version is a complete understatement.

Fact: it is the future. The dashboard of the 2013 is furnished with a much-needed overhaul, complete with less buck-toothed design and a new hood and grill, finer chrome slats, smaller headlights, a new deck lid and, of course, LCD screens for the gauges. The improvement over last year’s model is vast and the new design looks very pretty overall.

In keeping with integral advancements for the 2013 Lincoln MKS, the engineers over at Lincoln implemented several improvements to the chassis. They call it the CCD or Continuously Controlled Damping, a new active suspension, which has three different settings and controlled via the touchscreen LCD position on the dashboard.

This allows for greater control of the driving experience from behind the wheel. Critics were shouting for something “revolutionary” and with the Continuously Controlled Damping feature, Lincoln was able to deliver.

The V-6 engine of last year’s model will be updated with a projected 275 lb-fit of torque and 300 horsepower. With the 2013 Lincoln MKS , what more can anybody ask for?

The 2013 Lincoln MKS is positioned to be one of the most solid offerings from the long-time automobile manufacturer, Lincoln. And the future is looking very bright.

2013 Ford Escape – Escape the Speed Barrier

Need a sudden escape from the stressful city? Then avail the 2013 Ford Escape. With Ford, quality, style, and versatility are a big check. The Ford Escape has a 2.5L Duratec I-4 with 168hp at 6000rpm, a 1.6 EcoBoost I-4 with 178hp at 5700rpm (on premium gasoline), or a 2.0 EcoBoost I-4 with 240hp at 5500rpm (on premium gasoline) engine, depending on your choice, all guaranteeing velocity unmatched by any other.

And when it comes to technology, Escape will never make you feel left out. It starts with the hands-free lift-gate. If your hands are full by the moment and in need of depositing items in the truck, you just need to kick your foot under the bumper and, presto! The lift-gate shall open due to the Intelligent Access Key.

If connectivity is another one of your concerns, there’s the SYNC with My-Ford Touch. It has Wi-Fi connectivity, USB ports, the Sirius-XM Traffic and Travel Link, and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity. So if you need music, someone to talk to, latest weather and traffic reports and to charge your iPhone, the Escape can provide it anytime.

Are you having cargo problems? Need more space for your bike parts, gardening tools, or your dogs’ cages? The Escape is ready for that. With its rear seats folded, 68.1 cu. Ft. of space can be provided on whatever you need to stack inside the SUV. And if you need to tow your trailer on vacations, the Escape can handle 3,500lbs of mass.

The 2013 Ford Escape is available in these colours – ginger ale, tuxedo black, deep impact blue, frosted glass, ingot silver, Kodiak brown, oxford white, ruby red, sterling gray, and white platinum.

The Luxurious Power of the 2013 Lincoln MKS

With its spacious interior, this luxury sedan from Lincoln is a less expensive choice which doesn’t skimp out on the perks of having a luxury vehicle. Available in three trim levels, the 2013 Lincoln MKS has received upgrades in standard equipment, interior and exterior styling, and fuel economy along with suspension enhancements. Added flair is given off on the exteriors by its new and subtly revised sheet metal. The clean and polished exterior makes it an elegant car to behold along with its dramatic and prominent grilles. For a smooth ride, the 2013 Lincoln MKS has an adaptive suspension system, an all-new feature which makes use of dampers which are computer controlled for a more enhanced handling and ride.

Standard on the FWD and the AWD are 19-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, adaptive suspension dampers and xenon headlamps, fog lamps and automatic high beams. With its keyless ignition and entry, be welcomed into a spacious cabin with leather upholstery with heated and ventilated front seats. For driver comfort, the driver’s seat has a lumbar adjustment option available in four configurations and memory settings too. The EcoBoost has 20-inch wheels with a twin-turbocharged engine. Neat!

The all-wheel drive EcoBoost has a 3.5-liter V6 engine while both FWD and AWD models have 3.7-liter V6 engines which can produce 300 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. For that much power, EPA estimates are 18 mpg city/27 highway mpg; good numbers for fuel economy given the power of this luxury sedan.

Technological features include the MyLincoln Touch interface which is a standard. Input commands for audio, radio, and navigation functions through voice commands or touch controls on the display screen. This makes being in control of internal features easier while staying safe on the road.

 This solid sedan with responsive steering is a comfortable ride which gives a great sense of control while being luxuriously powerful at the same time.

2012 Ford F-150: The Truck for Techies

You don’t always associate truckers are techies. But they exist out there, especially with modern technology slowly coming to a head with everyday life. And this is what the 2012 Ford F-150 is for, to set the trend that truckers can be techies and, and that there are vehicles specially tailored for them out there. The 2012 Ford F-150 cleanly combines off-road capabilities with high tech features. First, under the hood. The basic model of the 2012 Ford F-150 has a 3.7 liter V-6 engine that makes for 302 horsepower and a six speed automatic transmission. This gives the 2012 Ford F-150 a 0 to 60 mph acceleration in 10 seconds given the load is light, as well as fuel economy ratings, according to reviewers, of up to 23 mpg.

A larger version with EcoBoost carries a 3.5 liter version of a V-8 engine that caps at 360 horsepower – now, that is a very powerful specification to have under the hood of your 2012 Ford F-150.

Another perk commonly associated with the 2012 Ford F-150 is its superior safety standards. Simply put, the 2012 Ford F-150 comes with package feature that blends the usual airbags found in most, if not all, vehicles with electronic assistance. Other features of the 2012 Ford F-150 include stability control, anti-lock brakes, trailer sway control, and hill start assist for accelerating the 2012 Ford F-150 while on a steep climb.

The 2012 Ford F-150 is truly the dream truck for techies. If you’re an outdoors person who also loves having the latest modern features, you should definitely check out Ford’s latest offering. You won’t be disappointed you did.

Free to flex with the 2012 Ford Flex

Anything can be called an SUV of character these days, but few have that issue of reliability, especially where performance is concerned. There are simply too many SUVs with too many unnecessary features. So if you want a straightforward vehicle that you can depend on no matter what, the 2012 Ford Flex will be the one you want. Exuding masculinity and temperance, the Ford Flex is a car built for an experience without fuss. In appearance, the message of power and functionality is unmistakable and it is as straightforward as they come.

The inside keeps with the theme of maintaining a surface sense of uncomplicatedness and focuses a lot on giving up to seven passengers a comfortable amount of space even with a full load and ample space for the cargo. So you don’t have to worry about being overburdened as the Flex can definitely handle it.

If you think that the sense of power emanating from the Flex is all show, the impressive utility under the hood would prove you wrong in all kinds of ways. With the power rivaling the V8 with a vastly superior fuel efficiency system, the 3.5L EcoBoost is an engine that will keep you going on and on.

When it comes to keeping the passengers safe and secure inside within the confines of the vehicle, the Flex does not let up. It has built-in technology that warns and helps avoid possible collisions so that you would not have to deal with it. In the event of a collision though, the surface material of the Flex will act as a durable shield and interior safety features like the inflatable belts will keep people from being injured by the force of impact.

2011 Lincoln Town Car – Lincoln’s Glamorous Sedan

It’s the car that is packed with luxury and excellence – the 2011 Lincoln Luxury Town Car. Its muscle, efficiency, and technology fit its luxurious features from the inside, out. Under the Town Car’s hood is a 4.6L SOHC V8 FFV 4-speed electronic transmission engine that performs with 239 hp at 4900 rpm, a fast one of its type. For its fuel economy, it has an estimate of 16 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway, saving you fuel even if you’re going too luxuriously fast. For everyone’s safety inside the Town Car, Lincoln included dual-stage driver and right front passenger airbags, a front crash-severity sensor, front outboard safety belt usage sensors, driver’s-seat position sensor, front outboard safety belt pre-tensioners and Front Passenger Sensing System. And for additional safety for your belongings inside the sedan, an entry keypad is available, needing a five-digit code to open the driver’s side door and the trunk.

Comfort is one of the best traits of the Town Car. It has a very spacious interior, a luxurious wooden dashboard and steering wheel, leather-appointed seats, a dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control feature that can be changed by the passengers’ or driver’s preference , and a premium sound system with the six-disc in dash CD changer that is backed up with eight speakers and a subwoofer.

Of course, the exterior is not disregarded. With its chrome accents such as the grille and the wheels, aerodynamic curves and its High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps, luxury and style is a sure first on the Town car. You can get this excellently glamorous sedan in any of these colors available – silver birch, dark blue pearl, French silk, light ice blue, sterling gray, black, vibrant white and dark cherry.