Experience The Greatest Road Capacity with the 2013 Ford F-150

Being capable is a trait that you will want to have when you want to get a vehicle for a partner to do jobs that require a lot of reliability from both you and everything else that you will use, and this means that you will have to look at certain things to be sure. First among these would of course be the power that the vehicle will be able to generate followed by the efficiency with which it will consume fuel. Then there is the ease of controlling it to think about, and all of these traits are what the 2013 Ford F-150 happen to have in great amounts. How capable the vehicle is might not have a lot to do with how it looks, but it certainly helps to boost your confidence in what you are doing if what you are driving looks very suitable for the job. The 2013 Ford F-150 is great for pretty much anything that requires lots of power and control, and this is greatly displayed through the frame and the design of the body.

Inside the 2013 Ford F-150, it is clear to anyone that efficiency as well as practically was more of a concern than simply showing off for the sake of showing off. This does not mean to imply that there is nothing to note in terms of style with its interior, but the majority of the focus was in making it evenly spaced and designed sensibly.

The best feature of the 2013 Ford F-150 rests on the engine option line up of V6 and V8 engines that are known for being beastly machines. But aside from the power that they will undoubtedly provide, the handling because of the steering mechanisms and suspension will be very easily controlled.

2013 Lincoln MKX: A Modest Mid-Size Crossover with the Most Powerful Engine

Looking for a mid-size luxury crossover can really be overwhelming especially that there are many options to choose from. For shoppers who are looking for a midsize luxury crossover that has the best interior styling and features, the 2013 Lincoln MKX have all these packed up into one. Just as with other Lincoln models, the 2013 MKX has been derived from a Ford model – in this case the Ford Edge crossover SUV. Though it has been based on this model, the 2013 MKX was designed and enhanced to give it a more sophisticated look. Moreover, the MKX has been equipped with standard packages that for other crossovers come in as an option.

The 2013 Lincoln MKX is available in one trim level only with the following features: keyless ignition/entry, 18-inch alloy wheels, rear-parking sensors, MyKey system, power liftgate, auto-dimming mirrors, leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, driver memory functions, upgraded MyLincoln Touch and Sync interface.

The crossover SUV’s entertainment system include a 10-speaker sound components with a CD player, USB port, auxiliary audio jack, satellite radio and SD card reader. The 2013 MKX also offers two optional packages for its buyers: the Premium package and the Elite Package.

Powering the 2013 Lincoln MKX is a 3.7-liter V6 engine that makes 305 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. Shoppers may choose to have the engine matched with either an all-wheel drive or a front-wheel drive. Standard for the 2013 MKX is a six-speed automatic transmission with manual shifting abilities. The engine’s fuel economy ratings are 19/26/22 mpg city/highway/combined for its front-wheel drive and 17/23/19 mpg for its all-wheel drive.

Safety standard features for the 2013 MKX are antilock disc brakes, front side airbags and side curtain airbags, stability and traction control and MyKey system. The blind-spot warning system and collision warning system are being offered as optional features.

2013 Ford Edge Takes You To The Edge And Back

They say that going over the edge is where you can say that you have gone too far, but this makes people too afraid to go near the edge instead which leaves them in a life that is lived with such caution that they no longer feel alive. What is needed is to go the very limits without crossing over to the dangerous side, and in terms of vehicles that you can drive there, only a few can really do it. A suitably named model, the 2013 Ford Edge is one of the few that go that far without letting you fall.  There is a difference between a vehicle that looks edgy and a vehicle that looks like it can take you to the edge and bring you back, and the 2013 Ford Edge is definitely that vehicle. In terms of the message that the body implies, you can really tell how purposeful the designers made it to stretch the limits. The skin is then what smoothen things over so that getting back after going that far looks easier.

As you might expect from the 2013 Ford Edge, there is no debating the suitability of the interior for driving that can really take you to your peak potential. The space is a combination of reserved and liberal, which allows for quite a bit of freedom to breathe and feel settled. On the other hand, there is the design to think about which helps in driving with control.

 One would think that overwhelming power is what gets you to the edge and back, but the 2013 Ford Edge proves that sufficient power is more preferable. This is because the I-4 engine under its hood with EcoBoost feature produces enough of what you need for easier control.

2013 Lincoln MKZ: A Midsized Car Heaped With Features

The 2013 Lincoln MKZ is Lincoln’s entry in the midsized car category. With lots of standard features, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ could be a good choice for those looking for a bigger car. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ has two available powertrains. First is a turbocharged 2.0L engine that produces 240hp, 270 lbs. of torque at a fuel rating of 22 mpg city/33 mpg highway. The second type is a 3.7L V-6 engine that produces 300hp, 277 lbs. of torque at a fuel rating of 19 mpg city/28 mpg highway. Both powertrains come in 6-speed automatic transmission.

Trunk space for the 2013 Lincoln MKZ is at 15.4 ft3. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ accommodates up to four passengers. Critics say there isn’t much room and it feels kind of cramped inside. Taller passengers might find it a bit difficult as there is a bit of a lack in headroom.

The 2013 Lincoln MKZ offers plenty of standard interior features – power locks, windows and mirrors, automatic climate control, heated/powered seats with leather trim, pushbutton/remote start, tilt-telescoping steering wheel w/ multi-function controls, cruise control, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The dashboard has an 8” touchscreen display with voice recognition, Sync and MyLincoln Touch, an 11-speaker audio system w/ CD player, auxiliary audio jack, satellite radio and USB/iPod connectivity.

As to safety, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ is right there with the best. It got excellent ratings for frontal/ side impact protection and in the roof strength test. Safety features the 2013 Lincoln MKZ has include front side-impact, front knee and side curtain airbags, antilock disc brakes, stability/traction control, and Ford MyKey which allows a speed limit/ maximum volume to be set. Additional safety features include a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, cross traffic alert, and lane departure/lane keeping system.

The nice number of standard features looks enticing; however the 2013 Lincoln MKZ lacks some essentials. Interior really lacks space, handling isn’t so good, and some commented the electronic features are somewhat confusing.

2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin is Definitely the Better Deal

In a move to oust the Toyota Prius from its claim as top hybrid car, Ford brings you the 2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin. This hybrid wagon is slated to compete for best hybrid vehicle this year.  The 2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin is a variation of the C Max Hybrid, with some differences. For one, the C-Max Energi has a bigger 7.6 KW lithium ion battery pack. The bigger battery size comes at an expense of reduction in the cargo space.

The 2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin has the same powertrain as the C-Max Hybrid, a four cylinder 2.0L with an electric motor plus its bigger lithium-ion battery. While the total power output is 188hp and 129 lbs. of torque, the same with the C-Max, the C-Max Energi is faster. It can go up to 21 miles on its top speed of 85 mph. The C-Max Energi also recharges faster, requiring only 2 ½ hours on a 240V outlet.

The gasoline engine propels the 2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin when its battery stored energy is used up. Its fuel rating is at 44 mpg city/41 mpg highway.

Among the standard interior features included are a power driver seat, heated leather upholstery, push-button start, MyFord Touch, and a 6-speaker audio system. You can upgrade this to a 9-speaker premium audio, and also add a powered lift-gate, HD radio and a navigation system among other extras.

For safety, the 2012013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin has front side/ side curtain airbags and a driver knee airbag. It has antilock disc brakes, stability/traction control, rear parking sensors, integrated blind spot mirrors, and Ford MyKey for setting a maximum speed/volume limit.

In competing with the Prius, the 2013 Ford C-Max Energi Hybrid Plugin sacrificed lesser cargo space in favor of a better hybrid engine setup. It has better fuel efficiency and has the greater top speed. Steering and handling is also comparatively better than the Prius.

2013 Lincoln MKT: Simply Bigger And Better This Year

The 2013 Lincoln MKT is the company’s in the midsized SUV category. This year’s model introduces many improvements as compared to last year. Like its smaller sedan sibling, the MKS, the 2013 MKT has a base engine in the form a 3.7L V-6. It produces 300hp, 280 lbs. of torque, and a fuel rating of 17 mpg city/24 mpg highway. There is also an EcoBoost model with the same 3.5L V-6 and twin turbo chargers. It has an output of 355hp, 350 lbs. of torque and a fuel rating of 16 mpg city/22 mpg highway.

Cargo space is excellent. With all seats up, there is 17.9 ft3, of space. Folding down all the seats gives you a total cargo space of 75.9 ft3. The interior design is superb, made with premium high-quality materials. The design has shown great improvement compared to last year’s model, with the controls and gauges easier to read and access.

Standard interior features include keyless ignition/entry, leather upholstery, a sunroof, heated seats, tri-zone climate control, and a 110V outlet. The dashboard features MyLincoln Touch with Sync voice command, 8-speaker audio w/ CD player, USB/iPod connectivity, auxiliary audio jack and satellite radio.

There are several packages offered for the 2013 MKT which have additional features. For instance, the Elite package adds a navigation system and a 14-speaker premium audio. The Technology Package adds adaptive cruise control, parallel-parking assist and lane-keeping alert among others.

The 2013 MKT received good safety scores. It received good ratings for frontal and side impact protection, rear crash test, and roof strength test. Standard safety features include antilock disc brakes, electronic stability control and traction control, adjustable pedals, side-impact and side-curtain airbags on all of its seats, child safety locks, and rearview cameras.

The 2013 MKT is priced $43,000-$44,900. The interior has been vastly upgraded compared to last year, plus it handles smoothly even over rough terrain. Its fuel rating is also better than other similarly priced SUVs.

Capably Satisfying Features Of The 2013 Ford Expedition

When the features of a vehicle are found to be immensely rewarding by the person who bought it, there can be no doubt that the money spent on the purchase was well spent and the money made by the dealer was well earned. However, such a notion cannot be applied to all vehicles simply because not all of them can provide the same level of satisfaction in the manner that most customers would want. An exception that you would find agreeable though is the 2013 Ford Expedition where every penny is worth the purchase for the services it provides.

Satisfaction is a promise that is made by dealers on a daily basis, but how many of such promises are actually kept once the driver gets behind the wheel and cruises around for a few days? As far as the promise of the Expedition goes, this would last for quite a while with how well sculpted the body is for any condition. The frame is also made of the best materials and the design is worthy of any eyes.

When comfort is your goal for buying a vehicle, there is no need for you to go for expensive luxury vehicles. The 2013 Ford Expedition can fulfill this need well enough with its space that is certainly ample and its seats that are made of very good materials. So that is your goal well and truly fulfilled.

There is just no way to deny that the power the driver wields through the standard V8 engine of the 2013 Ford Expedition is satisfyingly excessive. There is simply something awesome in having more power than you need and being able to control it through the awesome handling.

2013 Lincoln MKS: New and Improved Luxury Sedan

The 2013 Lincoln MKS receives a major overhaul – standard and optional equipment, styling, and power. It provides more compelling reasons to those buyers who are in the lookout for an all-American Luxury sedan. Elegant is the best description to the body of the 2013 Lincoln MKS. It is a large sedan that is delicately shaped and intricately executed. Make no mistake – this vehicle is exclusive and luxurious. The sheet metal is redesigned to grab one’s attention and ultimately draw it to the new and improved narrower and swept back dramatic grille.

The cabin of the 2013 Lincoln MKS assures a decadent driving and travel experience. It perfectly mixes comfort, control, entertainment, and safety. The driver’s seat gets extra customization with: eight way power adjustable height and lumbar support, and multi-level heating. Comfort is assured and made possible by: Dual zone climate controls, front and rear reading lights, electrochromatic inside rearview mirror, front and rear floor mats, and dual illuminating vanity mirrors.

It offers the convenience of digital keypad power door locks, heated mirrors, power mirrors, and two one-touch power windows. The entertainment system of this large sedan is world-class with: AM/FM in-dash single CD player with CD MP3 Playback stereo, audio/video input, aauxiliary audio input and iPod/iPhone integration, Sirius XM satellite radio, 210 watts stereo output, ten speakers, USB connection, and video monitor.

It is also equipped with top of the line safety features such as 4-wheel ABS, airbags, headrests, theft alarm system, stability control, and traction controls. It comes in three classy interior colors, alloy, leather and wood trim on dash, leather and wood steering wheel, leather and simulated alloy trim on center console, and leather and chrome trim on shift knob.

The 2013 Lincoln MKS is powered by a 3.7 liter v6 that delivers 300 horsepower and 279 lb.-ft. of torque. It is a front-wheel drive mated with a six-speed shiftable automatic and has a fuel efficiency rating of 18 mpg city / 27 mpg highway / 21 mpg combined.

When it comes to class, comfort, and convenience there is no vehicle that can top the value proposition offered by the exclusive and luxurious 2013 Lincoln MKS. It is considerably less expensive than its contemporaries such as BMW and Mercedes Benz.

2013 Lincoln MKX: An SUV With Plenty On The Inside

Available in Los Angeles at Cerritos Ford Lincoln

Available in Los Angeles at Cerritos Ford Lincoln

The 2013 Lincoln MKX is one of the company’s entries in the Luxury SUV category. While the Lincoln brand gives you much prestige, you might want to evaluate the MKX first if it’s worth every dollar.  The engine is a 3.7L V-6 producing 305hp and 280 lbs. of torque with options for front-drive and all-wheel drive. Fuel rating with front-drive is 19 mpg city/26 mpg highway and 17 mpg city/23 mpg highway with all-wheel drive. The MKX is capable of towing up to 3,500 lbs. of torque.  Cargo space is at 32.3 ft3 expandable to 68.6 ft3 by folding down the 2nd row seats. The MKX ideally accommodates up to five people.

The 2013 MKX has many high-end interior features. Basic features include keyless igniton/entry, dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, auto-dimming mirrors, heated power seats, MyLincoln Touch and Sync electronics interface which has Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, 10-speaker sound system w/ CD player, satellite radio, USB ports, auxiliary audio jack and an SD memory card reader.

You can opt for additional interior features like adaptive xenon headlights, automatic wipers, a heated steering wheel, heated 2nd row seats, bronze leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, 14-speaker sound system w/ 10 GB of music storage, HD radio, a navigation system, 18-22” polished alloy or chrome wheels.

The 2013 MKX got good ratings in safety and crash tests, although it only scored decently in frontal/ side impact protection. Standard safety features include front side/side curtain airbags, antilock disc brakes, stability/traction control. With Lincoln MyKey, a speed limit and maximum radio volume can be set. You can opt to add a blind-spot warning and collision system, as well as adaptive cruise control.

Costing at $38,000-$40,000, you should look at other luxury SUVs besides the MKX. The Acura MDX has more room while the critics say the Volkswagen Touareg has a better riding experience. While the MKX has the most no. of basic features, it lags behind in terms of powertrain and road performance.

Allow 2013 Ford Transit Connect EV to Give You a Different Experience

You can probably imagine how difficult it is for some people to express dissatisfaction when it comes to the kind of presentation that you have when running a business, but it is not that difficult to guess what the effects are going to be if they do happen to feel exactly that. Much of the problems regarding this are with regards to your vehicle and the condition it is in as it rumbles up to the establishment to deliver the goods. If you want to provide the best impression, there really are only few ways that you can go apart from the 2013 Ford Transit Connect EV.

The relationship between the purpose as well as the proficiency of the business with the vehicle it is attached to in terms of the exterior is very important because it is one of the first things that people will take note of. That is why the 2013 Ford Transit Connect EV was given a body that postulates everything reliable in terms of business and customers can see through the sculpting of the design that it means business.

Much more than how the exterior should relate to the business, the interior must present an even clearer message that it is what customers may rely on. It does not have to be all show either since the 2013 Ford Transit Connect EV was given lots of attention in terms of designing the interior to look as well as function to the preference of any business.

You want to make money in business but you do not want to spend too much money to make money. This is something that is possible with the 2013 Ford Transit Connect EV because its performance includes efficiency without loss of effectiveness.