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Ford and Amazon Work to Bring Alexa to Ford Vehicles

The future may be closer than we think! Ford and Amazon are working together to place the Amazon digital assistant, Alexa in their latest vehicles. Soon, people will be able to control their cars straight from their Amazon devices. The latest Ford SYNC 3 AppLink is one of many new developments coming to vehicles to assist customers in navigating their phones as well as their cars. While the AppLink was originally used to help display phone screens in Ford vehicles, Amazon takes the app to a new level with voice-activated technology.

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Investing in A 2017 Ford Focus: A Good Move

Comfortable and affordable would have to tie for the first place words to describe the new 2017 Ford Focus. You might not have a huge budget for your next car, but amazingly enough, you can have one that is new, up-to-date and very pleasant to drive. The focus, whether you buy or lease it, fits well into almost any budget without the need to sacrifice luxuries like your daily coffee, lunch or seeing the newest movie...

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Do You Really Need to Change Your Oil?

So you check your oil, and it looks black. Maybe it looks a little low, so you think, if I just add some oil into what I have, doesn't that kind of make it like an oil change?
Not at all.

The reason you need to change your oil is not to top it off and make sure it's full. The reason to change it is to remove that old oil because it's been burnt by a heated engine, it has lost some of its viscosity, and it no long has the cleaning power it did before…
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Ford F-150 Raptor Heading to China

One of America’s top exporters is officially heading to China this season. Ford recently announced its plans to ship the new 2017 F-150 Raptor over to China as soon as this week. With its new second-generation model, the F-150 Raptor will be the first of U.S.-built F-Series truck to be exported to China. The new F-150 Raptor model includes a military-grade, high-strength, aluminum alloy cab as well as an exclusive high-output version of the 3.5-litre EcoBoost engine, plus a Ford-built 10-speed automatic transmission and advanced six-mode Terrain Management System.

 
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How an Autonomous Vehicle Relates to a Conventional Car

A decade ago, we’d get the popcorn out and watch futuristic movies based on robots with seemingly humanistic qualities, and it wouldn’t seem like anything, but pure science fiction. The notion of a car thinking for itself and driving people around seemed ludicrous for most. However, that’s not the case anymore. Technology is blossoming and tried, and true institutions like the automotive industry are now developing more high-tech, user-friendly self-driving vehicles. It seems like...

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The Ford F-150 Can Uplift All of Your Work

The 2017 Ford F-150 has all of the capabilities and more of a heavy duty pickup truck. The F-150’s hauling capability is one of a kind. If your work requires you to trailer an ample amount of items daily that can be quite heavy, be sure to check out our inventory of 2017 Ford F-150s here at Lamarque Ford Inc..

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The 2018 Mustang

Fans of the Ford Mustang are in for a pleasant surprise; the iconic muscle car is getting a makeover fit for the 21st century! The first Mustang made its debut at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. Since then, it has become a definitive vehicle in American automotive history. Redesigning a car with a massive cult following was undoubtedly a challenge for Ford. However, the engineers at Ford rose above the hurdles and delivered a car that looks just as powerful as it feels. Don’t worry, it’s still the same Mustang you know and love. It…

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The Ranger Returns!

You’ve heard about Ford’s re-release of the Bronco, but have you heard about the Ranger? That’s right, in addition to the Bronco, Ford will also be re-releasing the Ranger midsize pickup truck, adding it to its North American lineup by 2019. Despite strong international use, Ford has largely abandoned the model since 2012. However, due to popular demand, the company is eager to develop the vehicle for a new generation of drivers on both daily commutes to work and gravel road adventures.

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