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Added Colors, Better Sound, and More in the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor

We're looking forward to the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor quite a bit, and we know drivers from all over the Jersey City, NJ are as well, so you can relate to us when we tell you how jealous we are that the folks at The Fast Lane got to take one out for a spin early. In the video below, they talk about it and some of its updates, such as additional exterior colors and a new Bang & Olufsen premium sound system. Check it out for yourself:

 

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MotorWeek Deems 2017 Ford Explorer an SUV-Segment Standout

Has the full-size crossover class been calling your name? Well, if so, we here at Stevens Jersey City Ford would love to introduce you to ours, the 2017 Explorer.

Wondering why, though?

Then, click "play" on the clip below. Here now to help us explain our mindset are the vehicular gurus at MotorWeek:

The Explorer's entry-level engine, a 3.5-liter V6, should have absolutely no troubling meeting the needs of most drivers. Available with your choice of front- or all-wheel drive, the V6 pairs with a six-speed automatic transmission to produce a peppy 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of…

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New F-150 Police Responder Equipped for Pursuit up to 100 mph, All-Terrain Maneuverability

Police pickups have been around for a while, but Ford has stepped it up a notch with its new F-150 Responder. Combining power, speed, and off-road capability, it’s the first law enforcement pickup rated for police pursuit.

 

 

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5 Reasons to Insist on Authentic Ford Parts

Don't think that you're going to save money if you're expecting aftermarket or counterfeit parts to do the job when your Ford needs repairs. Only genuine Ford parts have been designed and engineered to fit and work with your vehicle as intended. Here are five reasons that you should always demand Ford parts:

 

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Should Ford Trust All 2018 Mustang Drivers with Line-Lock?

The pavement of Jersey City may never the light of day again, because it's about to be buried under a thick coating of tire rubber. When the 2018 Ford Mustang arrives this fall, every single model—yes, even the power-and-efficiency-balancing EcoBoost—will come with electronic line-lock as a standard feature.

This is fantastic news for anyone who likes to bring their Mustang to the track for timed laps, or competes in bracket racing. Line-lock allows drivers to easily smoke their tires, a maneuver that warms up the rubber and removes debris, ensuring optimal traction.

 

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Washing Your Car Helps Maintain Beauty

A car can remain beautiful for years. It needs a little tender love and care to achieve that. Washing your car is the first step in that process. It's the only sure way to keep a car shining bright. It's the best way to keep the new paint job in good shape.

Many car enthusiasts will include wax with a wash. Your automobile can certainly maintain a healthy look with consistent washes. Cars that don't get a bath often are susceptible to color fade, rust and corrosion. The exterior can suffer just simply with age. The only…
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Your Tires Wear Differently For a Reason; Rotate Them Today!

Each one of those rubber rings known as tires on your vehicle has special wear characteristics that are unique to your vehicle, as well as which position they are mounted. For example, if a tire is mounted on the front of your vehicle, it will wear much differently than if it is mounted to the rear of the vehicle. The front steering rack turns the tires when you turn the wheel, which causes those tires to wear differently on the inside and outside edge of the tires. Swapping the tires (or rotating) from the front to the rear helps alleviate…
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Buying the Right Tire Size

One of the first questions that our tire team may ask you when you walk into our dealership for new tires is what size tires do you need. Most of the time, the tires that are on a vehicle are the right size, but it is better to check the owner’s guide to make sure.

The first thing that you may notice is the letter P which stands for passenger. Alternatively, you may see the letters LT standing for light truck. If you see no letters at all, then you have a European vehicle.

The first number represents the…
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