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Previewing the 2022 Ford E-Transit

2022 Ford E-Transit 
If you're looking to add another cargo van to your fleet of vehicles for your business or organization, the 2022 Ford Transit is one of the most in-demand commercial vehicles. The spacious interior and payload capacity make it a competitive model in its class. It even has an electric powertrain to ensure you can save on the cost of fuel to stay within your budget for your business. There are a few additional features to discover about this model to determine if it'll meet your needs.
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Ford Mustang Mach-E EV of the Year

Ford Mustang Mach-E EV of the Year 
Every year, Car and Driver gives a deserving vehicle the designation as a car of the year. One of the categories is “Electric Vehicle” or “EV” Car of the Year.” In 2021, that distinction went to the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. The Mustang Mach-E stands out in its class for many reasons. It happens to meet C and D's stringent criteria of being a compelling option for car shoppers, fun to drive, and providing value. The Mach-E meets those criteria more than other vehicles in its field, which is especially respectable because it is one of the newest cars…
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The 2022 Ford Maverick Preview

Ford Marverick 

Ford's genius for building great pickup trucks is known industry-wide. People know that a Ford truck means trendsetting style, capability, and durability. These trucks remain reliable for decades. When people started hearing about a small pickup truck called the Maverick, there was widespread applause from truck lovers. They know Ford would make a truck to remember.

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How to Troubleshoot Ford Power Window Problems

How to troubleshoot Ford Power Window Problems

If you are having Ford electric window problems, don’t stress. Something is not going as planned, but you don’t have to assume the worst. There are a few things that you can check on your own if you feel comfortable doing so. Your Ford uses an electric motor to run the windows when they are powered and not manual. As time goes on, the motors running these windows can burn out from regular use. Their fuses can blow out, or other electrical problems may occur. Let’s take a look at some standard troubleshooting techniques when it comes…
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