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The Feature Packed Ford EcoSport

The Ford EcoSport is an all-new compact SUV that is changing the game for the next generation of car buyers. Though it is small and affordable, it is by no means your average economy car. The Ford EcoSport has been designed with the more discriminating tastes in mind.

While the EcoSport boasts impressive off-road and all conditions performance, this model is aimed at the young suburbanite whose daily life demands stylish comfort and connectivity. 

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Choose the Ford Fusion Hybrid for its Design

You should be in a vehicle that makes you happy. The Ford Fusion Hybrid is a popular hybrid sedan and the team at Serramonte Ford feels that it might be a vehicle that makes you happy because of the way that it is designed.

The door handles and bumpers of the Ford Fusion Hybrid are made in the same color as the body of the vehicle, giving it a clean finish. This vehicle gives you the opportunity to be set up with halogen fog lights if those are of interest to you and something that you would like to add…

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Look Closer at These Ford Escape Technology Features

The new Ford Escape continues to be a popular crossover vehicle that is packed with technology features drivers love. Here are some of those features in action.

The Ford Escape has a radar that scans the road for traffic that is getting too close to your vehicle. The Blind Spot Information System will alert the driving with a flashing light on the side mirror so the driver doesn't leave the lane and head right into traffic. 

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Towing Safety Guide

Towing the camper or boat up to the campground or lake for the weekend is a fun time for the whole family that will make memories to last a lifetime. We here at Serramonte Ford want to ensure that you are being as safe as possible when towing and that is why we would like to share a few basic safety tips.

First, ensure that you give yourself plenty of time to brake when towing. You will need far more time to slow down when hauling additional weight. Second, ensure that the weight you are towing is as evenly...

 

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Ford Taurus Has Technology Features You Should See

How can the Ford Taurus be considered a widely popular full-size sedan each year? Maybe it has something to do with a few of these technology features.

Once you set the Adaptive Cruise Control system in the new Ford Taurus, watch what happens after you get rolling. Any time the cruise control system scans a car moving too slow in front of you, the system slows down the car automatically until clear, then will get the car back up to the desired speed again.

Another impressive technology feature in the Taurus is the Lane-Keeping System. Regardless why you drifted out…

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Top 3 Pokémon GO Safety Tips

Pokémon GO has officially taken the world by storm, with people playing the augmented-reality game on a daily basis. And while we’re excited to see people getting out and playing such a fun game, we also want to make sure people stay safe while they do it. Check out a few of our top Pokémon GO safety tips below!

Don’t Pokémon GO and Drive!

It might be tempting to try and play Pokémon GO when you’re behind the wheel, but as with texting, we highly discourage you from doing so. Like texting, this…

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Ford Obtains Patent to Monitor Driver Health in Cars

Ford has interestingly acquired a patent that would allow them to utilize in-car tech to monitor the health of drivers while on the road. Titled "Medical data acquisition and provision," the patent could spawn tech that would be used to help notify drivers of any existing health complications and contact paramedics in the event of an emergency.

Through the use of sensors and unique software, Ford could potentially keep track of drivers medically. The tech would be used to monitor a person’s weight and heart rate during their everyday commutes, and a wireless device would be integrated into the…

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Can Self-Driving Cars Deliver Pizza? Ford and Domino’s Team up to Find Out!

Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle 


The pizza car is here! While this phrase sounds silly now, it may soon become an essential part of the American lexicon thanks to Ford’s latest innovation. The automaker recently joined forces with Domino’s Pizza to research how autonomous driving technology could be used for pizza delivery.

“As we increase our understanding of the business opportunity for self-driving vehicles to support the movement of people and goods, we’re pleased to have Domino’s join us in this important part of the development process,” said Sherif Marakby, Ford vice president, Autonomous and Electric Vehicles. “As a company focused…

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