Five Winter Driving Tips

November 17th, 2017 by

Winter is here, sort of. Not in a “winter solstice” or calendrical sense, but in a “watch that Nissan Altima slide into a ditch and get stuck in two feet of snow” sense. Okay, it wasn’t fair to pick on the Nissan Altima. But the winter conditions in Saskatchewan are anything but fair.  And to…

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Custom Trucks at SEMA: Truck Mod Heaven

November 6th, 2017 by

Last weekend marked the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas. The show highlighted the best in aftermarket parts and vehicular modifications. Over 50 customized Fords were on display and the Ford Focus and Ford F-Series were named Hottest Hatch and Hottest Truck, respectively. Last month we looked at some of the Focus…

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The 2018 Escape

October 26th, 2017 by

The 2018 Escape Not much has changed for the 2018 Escape, and that’s not a bad thing. The Ford Escape is consistently in the top three best-selling SUVs in Canada. Its combination of utility, style, and safety clearly resonates with Canadian buyers. And it looks like that will continue for the 2018 model year. The…

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The Ford GT Arrives At Capital Ford Lincoln

October 20th, 2017 by

We pushed the engine’s limits beyond what we might consider in traditional development programs, which is important as we continue to advance EcoBoost technology as a centerpiece of the company’s global lineup. -Bob Fascetti, Ford Vice President On Friday, October 20, the Ford GT arrived at Capital Ford Lincoln. The supercar underwent a long journey…

Winter Tires: What, When, Why

October 5th, 2017 by

Winter is coming! That means it’s time to put winter tires on your vehicle! Why Winter Tires? Why are winter tires important? Well, they get roughly 50% better grip in winter when compared to all-seasons. They made with soft rubber and feature more open, aggressive tread patterns that help dig into snow. But it’s not…

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Ford’s Going All-In on Hybrid Technology

September 18th, 2017 by

Do you even hybrid? Ford is going all in on fuel-saving, earth-saving technology. That means heading toward fully electric vehicles and autonomous tech. But, for now at least, Ford is in a transitional state. Affordable batteries simply cannot deliver the kind of performance and driving range that someone expects from an F-150 or Escape. On…

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Ford Fights Climate Change

September 12th, 2017 by

Ford Climate Change Recently, Ford has been pushing aggressively to remain at the forefront of the automotive industry. Firstly, that means the company is developing autonomous vehicles. That’s why Ford recently acquired Argo A.I. for $1 billion USD to help develop self-driving technology. And they intend to deliver results. By 2021, Ford will deliver an…

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How to Use Ford Safety Tech

August 29th, 2017 by

How to Use Ford Safety Tech Modern vehicles can be equipped with tons of incredible safety technology. In the 2018 model year, reverse cameras are almost standard equipment. Of course, that’s thanks in large part to requirements of the IIHS. Regardless, it’s no longer prohibitively expensive to load up a car with more sensors than…

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Escape for the Summer: The New Ford Escape

August 15th, 2017 by

The summer isn’t gone yet. Sure, the long nights are retreating faster than Polydamas after the death of Patroclus (Illiad joke!), but there’s still time to Escape for the summer in the new Ford Escape. The New Ford Escape The new Ford Escape has a more athletic stance than previous generations. Its chrome beltline and…

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100 Years of Ford Trucks

August 9th, 2017 by

100 Years of Ford Trucks For 100 years, drivers have enjoyed rugged and innovative Ford Trucks. And their drivers have been using them to build, farm, and haul all across North America. The Model TT Everything started for Ford in 1917 with the Model TT. It had the same cab and engine as the Model…

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