Navigate Life More Easily With the Ford Escape

Ever have those days when you wished you had an extra set of hands? Well, the 2017 Ford Escape can't offer you that, but it can offer you a hands-free, foot-activated liftgate to help you easily pack up and hit the road without a hitch.


You have a lot on your hands. We have just the trick to make you feel unstoppable. #FordEscape

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The Ford Escape is in stock here at Ryan Ford and we're sure you're going to appreciate this…

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Go From Zero to 60 in the 2018 Ford Mustang GT

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT can go from zero to 60 MPH in less than four seconds. Just think about that for a moment. In the length of time it takes you to pull your car keys out of your pocket, your actual car could be zooming down the road at 60 MPH.

How's it do this? Drag strip mode. When the GT's ten-speed automatic transition is accelerating, the car's new Drag Strip mode reduces torque loss as it shifts gears. This allows it to accelerate faster so you can sprint down the road like a caffeinated…

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Ford Decides the F-150 is Fit For Police Duty

The 2018 F-150 is going to be a tough and versatile truck. If those sound like qualities that'd be good for police work, Ford had the same idea. As reported by, Ford has announced a new version of the forthcoming F-150 that will be modified specially for police use.


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SUVs Find a Home With Sealy's Drivers

While, for many, the truck is the face of the American auto industry, more and more drivers are falling in love with SUVs. In fact, according to a recent consumer data analysis, 66 percent of SUV owners shopping for cars earlier this year purchased replacement SUVs. No other vehicle type on the market can brag about that kind of loyalty. When you look at vehicles like the 2017 Ford Explorer, it's not hard to understand why so many drivers have so much affection for SUVs.

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Categories: Lauds the Lovely 2017 Ford Fusion

Is the 2017 Fusion the finest midsize sedan we here at Ryan Ford have ever encountered?

We'll put it to you like this: if it isn't already, it's most definitely well on its way.

And, now, here to explain why is Managing Editor Jodi Lai; her appraisal of the Fusion is as follows:

The Fusion's entry-level 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is, simply put, sublime.

Mating with a six-speed automatic transmission, the base four-banger turns out a hearty 175 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard.

Also of note is its fuel…

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The 2018 Ford Expedition Takes After the F-150

There's something puzzling about the popularity of certain models over others. The Ford F-150 is the best-selling pickup truck in America, and the best-selling vehicle overall in America. The Ford Expedition, on the other hand, lags behind every other SUV in our inventory.

The strange thing is, the Expedition essentially is the F-150, only with an SUV body style and three rows of seating.

When the 2018 Expedition

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5 Steps to Take Before a Road Trip

Have you been aching to take the family and get out of Sealy for a whirlwind adventure across America? The road trip is a classic bonding experience, and a great way to build memories that will last a lifetime. But before you go, take a few precautions to make sure those memories are good ones.

If you don't want to reminisce years later about that time you spent five hours on the side of the highway 20 miles from Mt. Rushmore, or regale your grandchildren about the wonderful mechanic shop near the Grand Canyon, then check your car before…

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Adam Savage Demonstrates Pedestrian-Detecting Safety Technology

Have you ever been driving around Sealy, when a pedestrian suddenly walks out in front of your car? It's terrifying, and could have a tragic end if your reflexes aren't sharp enough.

Fortunately, automakers are building cars that can actively help you in these tough situations.

The technology is generically called "pedestrian automatic emergency braking," though it may appear under different proprietary names depending on the brand of car. In the new Ford Fusion, it goes by Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection.

Adam Savage appeared in a series of videos for the NHTSA...

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Where to put your roadside emergency kit

Cars get cluttered pretty quickly, especially if you have passengers with you. It's a good idea to keep your roadside emergency kit accessible but also out of the way.

It might help to first break your roadside emergency kit into two parts: items for people and items for your car. Keep your food, drink, and comfort items in reach of you and your passengers, and your tools stowed away safely.

One of the easiest things you can do with your roadside emergency kit is to hang it from the back of the passenger seat. There are commercially available options…
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