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Travel Smart This Holiday Season

When you travel this holiday season, it’s important to make sure that you are prepared before you hit the road. Make sure that your tires are properly inflated and that all your fluids are topped up. Make sure that you have a full gas tank as well. Our team at Fox Ford Lincoln of Cadillac wants to remind you to have a safe holiday season, and these tips are sure to come in handy.

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Meet the 2018 Ford Explorer

The Explorer brand from Ford is about as ubiquitous as an SUV can get. The Explorer brand helped make the SUV a category leader and propel SUVs to their current popularity. It is safe to say that leading spirit lives on in the excellent new 2018 model. A spacious interior provides comfortable seating for up to seven people in three rows. With multiple trim options, available leather or heated seats, twelve speaker sound system and climate zones, you can get the best option to suit your needs and sense of style.

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AutoGuide.com Goes Bananas for Brilliant 2017 Ford Fusion

If you're perusing the midsize sedan segment for your next vehicular purchase, we here at Fox Ford Lincoln of Cadillac suggest you do yourself a solid and try ours -- the 2017 Fusion -- on for size.

And why is it we feel as we do, you ask?

Watch the video below to find out; here now with more on all things Fusion is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

The amenities offered by the entry-level S trim most certainly make it a compelling selection.

Such creature comforts include 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, LED taillamps, a rearview camera, a tilt-and-telescoping…

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Protect Your Child by Choosing the Right Car Seat

Did you know that the leading cause of death for children up to 13 years old is the car? It's no wonder so many new parents visit Fox Ford of Cadillac looking for a family SUV with an NHTSA 5-Star Overall Safety Rating, like the 2017 Ford Explorer.

There's much more to keeping your child safe in the car than the vehicle itself, however. This week, September 17th through 23rd…

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2017 Ford Explorer is a True Do-it-All Daily Driver

Are you seeking a full-size SUV for your next automotive purchase? Well, if so, we here at Ford Ford of Cadillac would be quick to couple you up with ours, the 2017 Explorer.

How come?

Receive the necessary information from our chums at MotorWeek; their assessment of the Explorer is as follows:

Shoppers who'd like a dapper, downtown feel from the Explorer are sure to meet their match in the top-tier Platinum trim.

Standard features on this model includes a thrill-inducing, 365-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, a panoramic sunroof, a parking assistance mechanism, heated and ventilated front ...

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4 Lightning-Fast Detailing Tips That Will Have Dirt Gone in 60 Seconds

Forgive our pun, but Autoblog Details recently posted a video tutorial on how to clean your car so fast, it's like pulling a heist on dirt. With these tips, dirt will be gone in 60 seconds... well, maybe more like 300 seconds.

1. Clear all trash and stored junk from the car. You'll be amazed how much more spacious and tidy your Ford looks after tossing everything into a trash bag.

2. Give it a…

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The Ford HBCU Community Challenge Helps Students Make a Difference

Rich in history, historically black colleges and universities are steeped in tradition and are committed to enriching the mind, body and spirit of their students. Over the past four years, Ford Motor Company has aided these efforts through the the Ford Fund -- the company's philanthropic arm -- and the Ford HBCU Community Challenge.

 

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Why Every 2018 Mustang Owner is Going to Need More Tires

Tires are designed to stick to the ground—that's why you don't just skid when you press the brakes, and why you go when you press the accelerator. It takes a powerful engine with a lot of torque to make the wheels spin freely against the ground, while the vehicle remains stationary.

This move is called a burnout, because you are burning your tires. By some measurements from drag racing cars, the surface of the wheels can exceed 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Forget hyperbolic hot-sidewalk metaphors—you could literally cook an egg at that temperature.

It just so happens…

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