Tips to Get More Value For Your Trade In

Trading in your car can be confusing, but Tallassee Ford is here to help! Here are some tips on how to make sure you get top dollar when you decide to trade in your vehicle:

1. Keep Your Current Car in Great Shape

This seems like common sense, but is the first thing you should do before getting an appraisal. If your car has damage on the exterior or interior, dents and scratches, it's going to be seen as much less valuable than a car that still looks brand new.

2. Get Your Car Certified

The certified pre-owned program offers drivers peace of mind when deciding if they want to trade in their old vehicle. A certified pre-owned program is one that goes through a rigorous inspection process to ensure that all cars are safe and reliable and that there hasn't been any interior or exterior damage or mechanical problems with the vehicle prior to purchase.

3. Know What You Want New and How Much You Can Spend

If you do plan on trading in your old car, it's best to know what you want fixed or improved on your new vehicle and roughly how much you can afford. This will help the Ford dealership figure out what they can offer as a trade-in value for your current vehicle.

If you follow these steps, you'll be sure to get top dollar for your trade-in and start making payments on a brand new vehicle before you know it! So if you do want to trade in your current vehicle and upgrade to something better, remember: Tallassee Ford is the place to go! We will make sure that we give you as much money as possible for your old car so that we can help finance the payment of a brand new one. 
Which Ford SUV Is Right For You?

Ford's line of SUVs has a variety of options with different features and packages. The Ford Edge, Explorer, Flex, Expedition and the upcoming Bronco all provide a range of features and capabilities. So which Ford SUV is right for you? Here are some things to consider when deciding which one may be best suited to your needs:

The Edge  

The Edge is a compact 2-row crossover that is easier to park but still offers enough room for up to five passengers. The standard engine in the base model is a standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine that gives 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque. An optional V6 is also available with a twin-scroll turbocharger giving it a horsepower output of 335.

The Explorer  

This impressive vehicle comes in a standard 2-row and an optional 3-row model that can fit 7 passengers. Much like the Edge, it is a powerful vehicle with a twin-scroll turbocharged V6 engine but provides 400 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.

The Flex

The Flex is a mid-size crossover that has seating for up to seven passengers. It provides four different engine options depending on your needs: 3.5 liter EcoBoost, 3.7 liter Ti-VCT V6, 5.0 liter Ti-VCT V8 or the flex fuel capable 3.5 liter EcoBoost twin scroll that gives 365 horsepower and 420 pound feet of torque. The Flex is also the only Ford SUV that allows for all-wheel drive.

The Expedition 

This is one of the largest SUVs in the Ford line up, seating eight passengers. It is offered with 5 different engine options giving anywhere from 310 to 365 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. The Expedition also offers choices between rear wheel or four wheel drive, as well as two-wheel high capability 4WD system.

Don't wait until it's too late! Come into Tallassee Ford in Alabama today to test drive one of these new 2022 Ford SUVs!
The Best Ford Vehicles For Your Daily Commute 

Vehicle transportation is a much greater headache in this day and age and that's why finding a reliable vehicle that makes sense for your daily commute is important! That's why we've put together this list of top Ford models with think you will love: 

Let's take a look:

- Ford Fiesta ST: With such an affordable price and impressive exterior, it's easy to see why this one comes out on top. A turbocharged 1L EcoBoost four-cylinder with 197 horsepower paired to a six-speed manual transmission that doesn't sacrifice performance for fuel economy is the perfect blend for shoppers on a budget.

- Ford Focus Electric: Priced affordably, you won't find many electric vehicles cheaper than this one. If you want to go green without breaking your wallet, this is what you need . It's also quite spacious inside which makes it great for families or a ride among friends.

- Ford F-150: The king of trucks with so many reasons why it has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for over thirty years is back and better than ever. The F-150 offers so many options when it comes to customization that you'll have your pick of almost anything you want when it comes time to put your order in at Tallassee Ford in Alabama .

That's just a glimpse into what we have available here at our Tallassee Ford dealership! If you're looking for a new car then stop on by and check out what we've got! We won't disappoint.
What's The Difference Between a Hybrid and Electric Vehicle?

Both hybrid and electric vehicles have the same function in that they both convert the energy from gasoline into forward motion.

The difference between a hybrid and an electric vehicle is how it goes about doing this. A car with a combustion engine has pistons, valves, spark plugs, etc., all of which are located inside the cylinders of its engine. When gas is burned under pressure, these parts convert it to kinetic energy via a four-stroke process: intake, compression, ignition and exhaust. 

Electric propulsion works in a completely different way. Instead of using pistons to compress gas under pressure before igniting it in order to produce mechanical movement (like in a conventional car), an electric motor uses magnets and coils to create rotating movement on its own. And because magnets have their north and south poles, an electric battery can deliver electricity to the motor by sending this electricity through wires from its north pole to its south pole. This movement results in a forward-moving force that propels the vehicle.

So while both types of vehicles turn gas into motion, they do it differently: a conventional car converts pressure into mechanical energy inside pistons while an electric vehicle turns electromagnetism into kinetic energy on its own outside pistons. 

To learn more and take a test drive today, contact or visit us at Tallassee Ford; your trusted local Ford dealership in Tallassee, Alabama 

Ford's New Lineup of Truck Hybrids
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Ford Motor Company has updated the lineups of its trucks with hybrid technology. The new electric and plug-in hybrids are designed to handle tough jobs while also maintaining better fuel economy than their regular, gasoline counterparts.

The updated lineup includes six different models, including the F150 truck series, which is one of the most popular truck lineups in America. The F150 hybrids have been entirely re-tooled for a more efficient use of battery power while still maintaining a low entry price.

The new lineup also includes the Ford Transit van, a model that has been on the market for decades and will soon be available in North America. 

The Ford F150 is an important part of Ford's business, outselling all other Ford products over the past few decades. Ford has put in a significant amount of time and money to make sure their hybrids can handle the jobs that require trucks while also maintaining better fuel economy than regular gasoline-powered counterparts. The updated lineup will help contribute to the company's goal for half of its vehicles sold by 2020 to be either electric or hybrid vehicles.

The new lineup offers several different choices, each with its own unique features meant to handle tough jobs while also saving on gas costs. This enables professional drivers who aren't ready for full-electric vehicles to still maintain good efficiency without sacrificing profit margins, making them a great option for drivers of all kinds.

Any driver interested in learning more about Ford's new lineup or who would like to test drive his/her favorite model is encouraged to visit Tallassee Ford for additional information.
2022 Ford Bronco | Features & Specs
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The 2022 Ford Bronco delivers classic styling combined with modern touches and an elevated off-road experience that allows it to stand out from other SUVs. The Ford Bronco is a classic SUV that carries on the tradition of its predecessor with strong capabilities both off-road and on. 

Some of these include: 


Ford has also included advanced technology compliments of Sync 3 infotainment system as well as several safety features including a rearview camera, blind information system, automatic high beams, and reverse sensing system. 

Ford also offers a 5 year/60,000-mile limited warranty as well as an 8 year/100,000 powertrain limited warranty.

The Ford Bronco is built with the durability to keep going for years while delivering superior comfort and control no matter what mother nature throws at it. The Ford Bronco delivers a smooth ride along with sporty handling that allows you to enjoy cruising down the highway just as much as conquering off-road trails. This classic SUV brings luxurious convenience features typically found in higher-end vehicles including heated leather seats, backup monitor system, voice command technology, and Sirius XM satellite radio capabilities. This SUV can take on passengers comfortably with seating five or haul up to 1,000 pounds of cargo with the fold-down backbench. 


The Ford Bronco provides an elevated off-road experience allowing it to easily move past the competition. The Ford Bronco, which takes its name from one of Ford's most famous SUVs, has a smooth ride and handles well for this class of vehicle. Safety features give peace of mind when behind the wheel. It also boasts an available 3.5-liter V6 engine with 279 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque (or you can opt for the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 with 335 hp/380 lb.-ft.). Meanwhile, active grille shutters help manage airflow through the front end as needed to cut down on drag and enhance fuel economy -- a nice touch that helps justify the low EPA rating.


The Ford Bronco offers several luxury amenities including front and rear heated leather seats, a huge panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera technology, voice command controls for the audio system and navigation, Bluetooth hands-free phone capability, an eight-inch touchscreen center console display with MyFord Touch infotainment system, and a 10-speaker Sony audio system that comes with Sirius XM satellite radio for the first three months.

The Ford Bronco's stylish exterior is matched by an equally impressive interior that can easily accommodate five passengers in comfortable style. The upscale look features leather seats, unique instrument panels, metal accents, modern safety technology, and two available digital screens. This SUV may be the perfect addition to your driveway.

The Ford Bronco is a classic American SUV featuring off-road capabilities and luxury options perfect for hauling family or hauling gear. The Ford Bronco offers several comfort features, safety technologies, and an extended list of convenient amenities making this great option as a daily driver. You can learn more about the 2022 Ford Bronco's features and design by visiting Tallassee Ford today! 
Ford's New Lineup of Hybrids
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In an effort to increase the number of hybrid vehicles on the road, Ford has been working hard on its own line. With the future goal of having hybrids account for 50% of cars sold by 2020, Wayne County is certainly looking forward to this new lineup! If you've ever wanted to test drive a hybrid vehicle, now is your chance!

The List Of Current and Future Ford Hybrid Vehicles

  • 2021 Ford Focus Electric 

  • 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E

  • 2021 Ford Escape PHEV

  • 2021 Ford Escape Hybrid

  • 2022 Ford Fusion

  • 2022 Ford Explorer

  • 2023 Ford Taurus

  • 2023 Ford F-150 Pickup Truck

Get up close and personal with the newest lineup of hybrids to come out of Ford - test drive them today at Tallassee Ford! The dealership is also offering $1,000 off an Escape or Explorer if you finance through them. It's a great time to get yourself into one of these eco-friendly vehicles!

For more information on these new hybrids, visit our website today. If you're interested in getting behind the wheel of one of these amazing cars, schedule a test drive at Tallassee ford. We are happy to help you find just what you need! Don't hesitate - contact us now! 
Five Things You Don't Know About The Ford F
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The F-150 is the powerhouse of the entire F Series lineup, but many people don't know that it wasn't always that way. The first ever vehicle from this notable family was actually a half ton pickup truck. In 1975, Ford introduced a smaller version of their popular full size pickup to the market, and they haven't looked back since.

The F-Series trucks are known for their durability and toughness, but many people don't know that they're also known for their convenience features. Whether you want to listen to your favorite music through the radio or prefer using Bluetooth to make hands-free phone calls, Ford has got you covered. Every Ford truck comes equipped with the SYNC 3 system which runs on a high-tech version of Windows, making it more reliable and efficient.

The Ford F150 has been the best selling truck in America for over 35 years now, but many people don't know that it almost didn't happen. That's right, Ford almost canceled their half ton pickup truck because they decided to focus on their heavier duty models. Luckily, there were enough people who liked the F100 that they didn't give up on it and went forward with production.

Here Are 5 Things You Might Not Know About the Ford F Series:

1) It's been around for 75 years. Since 1948, Ford has released an updated version of the F Series every year. That means the F Series is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year!

2) The first ever F-Series truck was built in 1948, but it wasn't until 1975 that Ford introduced a smaller pickup to the F-Series family.

3) In 2013, Ford released their 1 millionth F-150. To celebrate this huge milestone, they built a special '1 Million' Edition of the truck and sent it out to dealerships across America. All vehicles in this edition were painted blue and came with a tonneau cover that said 'Built Ford Tough' with the number '1,000,000'.

4) The most expensive truck in the F-Series lineup is also its most capable. The 2017 Ford F-450 has a starting MSRP of $73,025 and can tow up to 26,500 lbs. That means if you have the means to afford this prestigious pickup, you could pull your boat or possibly even your airplane!

5) Edsel Ford II drives an older model Ford F Series every day. He may be President of Ford Motor Co., but that doesn't mean he wants to drive around town in style all day long. Every morning before work, Edsel gets behind the wheel of his trusty 2002 Ford F150 like millions of Americans across America.

Over the past few years, there have been many new innovations to the F-Series. The 2017 model year of the Ford F Series is the lightest, most capable, and most powerful lineup ever. And that's not even taking into account their impressive powertrain lineup that delivers 410 horsepower! With all of these new features, you can get behind the wheel of a new truck for yourself at Tallassee Ford.
2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid | Features & Specs
The Tallassee Ford dealership is excited to announce the release of their 2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid! This new model has a number of features and specs that make it an excellent choice for anyone in Tallassee, AL. The hybrid engine allows this car to be more fuel-efficient than other models on the market today. Plus, with its increased safety and towing capacity, this vehicle is perfect for Tallassee families who need a dependable pickup truck.


- Fuel efficiency of 34 MPG in the city, 37 MPG on highways 

- Triple 12V power outlets in truck bed for additional charging ports or appliances.

 - Towing capacity of 2696 pounds. 

- 17 gallon fuel tank to accommodate longer trips


- Blind-spot monitoring system, which is included in the Platinum package. 

- Lane-keeping assist for added safety when driving on Tallassee roads.

 - Rearview camera to see behind you while backing up or hooking up a trailer.

Terrain Capability

- Tires with increased durability and size for better performance on Tallassee roads. 

- Longer wheelbase to increase the stability of this vehicle when driving through Tallassee hills or mountains. 

Tallassee drivers will love the 2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid for its fuel efficiency, safety features, and towing capacity. If you want to learn more about this model or how it stacks up against other vehicles on Tallassee's market today, contact us or stop by! We would be happy to explore your options with you one-on-one or show our dealership in person so you can test drive your dream car!
2022 Ford Super Duty Truck | Features & Specs
Ford has released its 2022 Super Duty Truck, and it is a powerhouse. This truck has a towing capacity of 18,000 pounds and is the safest vehicle in its class. The 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck also includes features such as: cruise control, automatic climate control, heated steering wheel and power folding outside mirrors.


Seating Capacity: 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck - Six to Nine.

Fuel Type: 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck - Gasoline

Towing Capacity: 18,000 pounds. 

Safety Rating: 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck - NHTSA Five Stars overall rating score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Color Options : Standard White, Shadow Black and Oxford White.


One of the main safety concerns with trucks are the back-end collisions. When trucks collide from behind, it can sometimes cause fatal injuries because there isn't much room for passengers to move around in the vehicle. The 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck has an advanced technology, called Trailer Reverse Guidance, which monitors when you are backing up and alerts you when something gets too close to your truck. This safety feature is a great addition to the 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck.

Price and Tallassee Location: You can visit Tallassee Ford for more information on the 2022 Ford Super Duty Truck as well as check out their current inventory of trucks and SUVs! Our location in Tallassee, AL also has many different makes and models available for you and your family!
Miss The Ford Focus? Here's What Ford Is Offering Instead
If you've been longing for a Ford Focus but the new models don't appeal to you, we have some good news. The 2021 Ford sedan lineup is here! These cars are built off of the same platform as the previous model, so they'll feel very familiar to those who loved their old car. There's also a lot of great features that come standard with these cars.

- Ford Edge
The Ford Edge is perfect for those who don't want to go the SUV route, but still need something that can haul cargo. It's also perfect for those who are looking to take the family on vacation or road trip, because there are plenty of seats available in this car as well.

- Ford EcoSport
This is a small SUV that's perfect for those who are looking to downsize.  It comes with a very efficient turbocharged engine and front-wheel drive as standard. It also offers great fuel economy, so you won't have to spend a lot of money on gas.

- Ford Escape
 This is a great option for those who miss the Ford Focus and want to stick with a Ford vehicle. The Escape has some really impressive safety features and a ton of trunk space., but expect even more extras on this you can get on a higher model car.

If you've been missing your old Ford Focus, now is a great time to stop by Tallassee Ford to take a look at the new cars we have available. We know you'll be impressed with what they can offer, and remember that even though they're not brand new, every car we sell is still covered by our warranty.

Power Your House With Your Truck? Learn About The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Intelligent Backup Power Feature
The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Intelligent Backup Power Feature is a new innovation from Tallassee Ford that will allow you to power your house with your vehicle. In the event of an emergency, this feature can provide hours of backup power for up to 10 homes or more. This innovative feature has been created as a result of rising concerns about global warming and climate change. 

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Intelligent Backup Power Feature starts at $8,995 and comes with a 3 year/36000 mile limited warranty! The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Intelligent Backup Power Feature is truly the way of the future. 

Some other features of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning are: 

- Power Moon Roof 

- Tire Pressure Monitoring System 

- 20-inch alloy wheels

- 2022 Ford EcoBoost Engine 

- Power Driver Seat w/ Memory 

- 2022 SYNC with Enhanced Voice Recognition and Touch Screen Controls

- And much more! 

Come to Tallassee Ford today and schedule a test drive with one of our friendly sales associates. We will be happy to answer any questions you have about the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Intelligent Backup Power Feature or anything else we sell here at Tallassee Ford in Alabama! We are open Monday - Friday from 08:00AM until 09:30PM, Saturday from 08:00AM until 07:00PM, Sunday Closed. Drive your 2022 home into the future today by coming down for a test drive on an amazing 2022 model like only Tallassee Ford can provide.
New Features of The 2021 Ford Bronco Lineup
Ford is known for making some of the most reliable vehicles on the planet. Whether it be a sedan, SUV, or pickup truck, Ford vehicles have your back. Their segment-leading cars have long enchanted the American public, and with the 2021 Ford Bronco, they wish to do the same.

Revving a relic of the past, the Bronco is a tough and rugged off-roader that was available once in the Ford lineup decades ago. Ford has meticulously crafted a modern iteration of the off-roading classic. They even bought an original unit just so that the designers could take design cues from the OG SUV itself.

The retro modern design is loaded with either a 2.7 liter V6 or a 2.3 liter 4 cylinder engine. The V6 is a twin-turbocharged engine that has 330hp under the hood. A 10-speed automatic transmission comes standard, but the 4 cylinder variant gets the option of a 7-speed manual engine too. 

The 35-inch mud tires, locking differential, sway bar disconnect, and bead-lock capable wheels make this a great off raider. Whether it be rocky terrains or swampy greens, the Bronco will get you in and out of sticky situations in a heartbeat.

The modular design makes it possible to remove the doors and the center roof. This makes the Bronco a viable option for people who like to let their hair loose under the sun. You can store the doors and the roof in the provided bags.

The Bronco branding has been done just like the earlier version and it can be found everywhere in the SUV. Whether it be handlebars or the dashboard, the word "Bronco" has been stamped whether you like it or not. 

The 2021 Ford lineup has great features and technology that come in handy more often than not. If you are ever in Montgomery, Weptumka or Auburn, come on down to Tallassee Ford in AL and check out the new Ford Bronco yourself. We will be more than happy to help you answer all your questions, and our experts will give you a great tour of the vehicle. 
Most Eco-Friendly 2021/2022 Fords Available
Ford has been an innovator since its early days. They changed the world with the Model T and then again reimagined it with their Mustang Series. In 2021, they are on the same path with their hybrid and electric vehicle.

Giving the common man a range of options when it comes to these alternative fuel vehicles, Ford wishes to have a stronghold in the electric market. These eco-friendly Fords do a great job of being a daily driver while saving the planet. 

Ford Mustang Mach-E
The electric version of the Mustang was released to a very skeptical audience, but it has since then managed to shut up all critics. With 300 miles of driving on a single charge and acceleration figures that rival Tesla, this is one the best performing Mustang in years. 

Ford Fusion Hybrid
People looking for a compact coupe are in for a treat, as this hybrid is one of the most perfect daily drivers to exist. With a combined mpg of 42, the 88kW motor is a great addition to an already great car.

Ford Escape Hybrid
Having the highest driving range of 582 miles, the Escape Hybrid is the answer for all your car needs. Environmentally conscious yet powerful enough for weekend getaways, the Ford Escape Hybrid is your best bet if you want mileage and performance. 

Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid
A big SUV that is also big on performance specs, the Explorer Limited is for the people that do not like to compromise. With an EPA estimated driving range of 500 miles and 5000 pounds towing rating, the Explorer Limited Hybrid goes above and beyond. 

Ford F-150 Lightning 
All-electric trucks get you the best of both worlds. One of the most powerful yet non-polluting options in the market, the F-150 goes above and beyond what one would expect out of a truck. 

These EV Ford and Hybrid Ford are part of the 2021 Ford lineup and the 2022 Ford lineup. They are great alternatives to their gas-powered brethren and if you want to check them out, come on down to Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL. We are just a short drive away from Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka.
What is Ford's Intelligent 4WD?
Looking for a vehicle that excels in navigating slippery roads and rough off-roading terrains?

Ford's 4WD technology offers you the best solution. Ford Intelligent 4WD has been designed to give you superior performance on tough-to-handle road conditions, including sand- or gravel-laden surfaces, snowy paths, muddy pathways, and hill descents where control is key.

Ford's Intelligent 4WD enables you to cruise through normal roads with the same smoothness and efficiency as it does on strenuous roads.

If you are looking for a Ford with Intelligent 4WD technology in Tallassee, AL, then visit Tallassee Ford. As an authorized dealership, we can introduce you to Ford vehicles with other leading technologies such as the Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive (AWD).

Ford Intelligent 4WD Provides Improved Traction on Rugged Terrains

Ford Intelligent 4WD (4-Wheel Drive) is an advanced technology that powers Ford's drivetrain system. 4WD technology collects and uses different types of driving data to deliver superior vehicle traction and handling.

Some key data inputs that the technology is designed to assemble include:

  • Wheel speed
  • Angle of the steering wheel
  • Acceleration rate
  • Position of the acceleration pedal
This technology is capable of detecting a wide range of road conditions and rider driving habits. It uses these insights to adjust the distribution of torque across the vehicle.

For example, if you are traveling on difficult roads, or are driving amidst harsh weather, then the technology uses data to detect unfavorable conditions. It then instructs the drivetrain system to transmit more torque to wheels on the rear. As a result, the driver is able to maneuver bad weather or harsh road conditions with more efficiency.

In normal conditions, the drivetrain transmits the entire torque to wheels on the front.

With such smart adjustments, Intelligent 4WD improves vehicle traction and handling as well as fuel efficiency.

The uniqueness of Intelligent 4WD lies in its efficiency to contribute to smoothness even on harsh off-road terrains such as muddy and rocky landscapes.

Towing Benefits of Ford Intelligent 4WD
If you are a trailer-regular, then you can experience superior safety and movement with Intelligent 4WD technology. The efficient distribution of power enabled by this technology maximizes the stability and movement of the heavy vehicle-and-trailer combination.

Ford is known for employing technology features to elevate rider experience to unexpected realities. With Ford Intelligent 4WD, the manufacturer enables riders to explore and enjoy harder terrains with the unparalleled smoothness that is exclusive to Ford rides.

At Tallassee Ford in AL, our factory-trained experts can explain all Ford technology features, including the Intelligent 4WD. We are only a short drive away from Auburn, Weptumka and Montgomery. You can visit us easily from these areas too.
Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology Explained
The Ford Co-Pilot360 is a complete tech suite designed to keep you in control of your vehicle. The features are seamless and innovative. With this driver tech, you will drive with confidence in Alabama,

Top features of Ford's driver-assist technology
Blind Spot Info System 
This feature gives out alerts when a vehicle approaches you in the blind spot. 

Lane Keep System
It's easy to nod off and accidentally drift towards the oncoming lane when you're driving long distances on a smooth highway. With this feature, you are sent alerts when you move out of your lane. 

Pre-Collision Assistance
When another vehicle or pedestrian is in your path, this feature kicks in with emergency braking. The brakes are automatically applied if you don't respond. 

Reverse Brake Assist
Backing up is simplified with this option. The Ford Co-Pilot360 detects stationary and moving objects at the back of your vehicle. The system signs potential hazards and can automatically apply the brakes if you do not act. 

Adaptive Cruise Control
This driver-assist feature has lane centering, speed sign recognition, and stop-and-go specs. Once the speed sign recognition is activated and the speed is set, the technology quickly adjusts the speed limit according to the sign it encounters. With this system, your car will stop if it detects stopped or slow traffic. 

Hill Descent Control
Now you can keep your speed under control when navigating a slope. The brakes are put into force without driver input. 

Auto High-Beam Headlamps 
The auto high beams are a part of the Co-Pilot's safety features. The headlamps turn on when you are driving during the night. It can detect oncoming traffic. The intensity of the lights automatically dims so that drivers in oncoming traffic are not blinded. 

With the Ford Co-Pilot360, you only have to focus on the driving while the technology handles the rest. 

Would you like to know more about the features of a Ford model and the Ford Co-Pilot 360? If you would like to test drive a vehicle, head over to the Tallassee Ford dealership in Tallassee, AL, today. We are located very close to the nearby areas of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka.
2022 F-150 Lightning | Specs & Features

Ford, like other automakers, has worked hard on introducing viable and environmentally-friendly vehicles. One of these is the 2022 F-150 Lightning. This is a great addition to the Ford EV line of vehicles. There are others in the same segment as the GMC Hummer and others. Here is a detailed look at the electric F-150 and its features.

2022 F-150 Lightning's specs and features
The Ford F-150 is an iconic vehicle and has been around for years on the American market. The electric F-150 has the strength of the name to back it up. The Lightning has the same body and cabin as the regular version, but the engine is different-a pair of electric motors and two different battery packs. The standard range battery offers a driving range of 230 miles on a single charge, and the extended range battery can take you 300 miles.

It is available in 4 trims - Pro, XLT, Lariat, and Platinum. More information should be available shortly before the release in the Fall of 2021.

The 2022 F-150 Lightning has not exactly been kept secret. In 2019, Ford held an event to showcase the capability of an EV, and it was able to pull about 1 million pounds. The official capacity of this vehicle is around 10,000 lbs. Buyers can charge their vehicles at home with 110-V or 220-V outlets. The battery charges fast - 15-80% in 45 minutes.

As for the interior - the F-150 Lightning's cabin is the same as the gasoline version with some differences. The infotainment display is larger, and the cargo area is in the front. It is quite spacious. For now, the F-150 Lightning is available only as a crew cab with a 5.5. ft. bed. Vehicles with other configurations will be released soon. Check out the vehicle, and you will be impressed.

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Interested in the 2022 F-150 Lightning or other Ford EVs? Visit the Tallassee Ford dealership in Alabama. The dealership staff can show you the vehicle, explain its features, and set up a test drive. Tallassee Ford also serves customers in neighboring communities like Auburn, Montgomery, and Weptumka.
2022 F-150 Lightning | Specs & Features
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The Maverick was originally used for a compact car in the 1970s and has been revived for use on a new pickup - the 2022 Ford Maverick. This vehicle is a nice addition to the 2022 Ford lineup and has the same platform as the Bronco Sport crossover. Here is more on the Maverick's features and specs.

Features and Specs
The 2022 Maverick has a standard powertrain, a hybrid with a 2.5l, 4-cylinder engine. A CVT, electric motor, and FWD are integral features. An AWD option will be made available for the non-hybrid version. All Maverick models have a standard 4-door crew cab body and a 4.5 ft. bed. The 2022 Maverick will compete in its segment with the likes of the Hyundai Santa Cruz.

The Maverick has been expected to hit the market for a while now, and the waiting period is almost over. It is available in 3 trims - XL, XLT, and Lariat. 

Like the other Ford trucks, the Maverick can tow well above its size at 4000 lbs. if it is set up with the optional towing package. No information is currently available on fuel economy. It is expected soon. Every model is a crew cab, and there is plenty of thoughtfully designed storage space. The base model is not as plush as the XLT and Lariat versions. Dual-zone climate control and power seats, audio controls, keyless entry and lumbar support are just some of the features to expect.

The 2022 Ford Maverick also offers driver assistance features, but some may be available with an optional upgrade. Check with the dealership. If you want to know more about crash test results, check the NHTSA website.

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If you want to know more about the 2022 Ford Maverick and its features, visit the Tallassee Ford dealership in Alabama. The dealership's staff can explain the vehicle's features and set up a test drive too. The Tallassee dealership also serves customers in neighboring cities like Auburn, Montgomery, and Weptumka.
The History of the Ford Bronco
The Bronco is Ford's most famous sports utility vehicle introduced to America way back in the 1960s. Ford developed the Bronco to compete with the then famous Jeep CG and International Harvester Scout. Since then, it has garnered millions of fans all over America. The good news is that the latest 2021 Ford Bronco was officially released in June 2021. So, here's to remembering the past generations of Broncos that have graced us over the decades.

1966 Ford Bronco
Donald N. Frey designed the First Generation Bronco in the early 1960s. Ford developed the Bronco to compete with the Jeep CJ-5, Toyota Land Cruiser, and International Harvester Scout. The 1966 Ford Bronco flagship was available in three types, the two-door wagon, the pickup, and the roadster. It sold approximately 24,000 vehicles in its first year at a base price of around $2,194.

1977 Ford Bronco
The Second Generation Bronco debuted with a three-door model and a removable hardtop. By the time Ford released the second Generation Bronco, its fan following was so big that it won almost all the annual truck and 4×4 awards.

1979 Ford Bronco
The Third Generation Bronco flagship was more compatible for on-road driving with a six-cylinder engine to complement the V8. Most notably, it was the first Bronco to have the then newly created ford logo as opposed to the customary F-O-R-D spelled out.

1986 Ford Bronco
The Fourth Generation Bronco looked much like an F-series pickup designed to look like an SUV. It had little in the way of upgrades, with the most notable being the interiors. This, however, did help it hit its top speed of 100 mph.

1992 Ford Bronco
The Fifth Generation Bronco was designed around the Ford F-150 with a fixed roof and no removable hardtop. However, most fans preferred earlier models, and unfortunately, low sales forced Ford to discontinue the Bronco altogether.

2021 Ford Bronco
Ford released the latest Bronco in June 2021 and has fans talking again. The 2021 Ford Bronco sports an all-new look with the same, if not better, capability and utility that its predecessors had.

Visit Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, today to check out the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. If you live in Montgomery, Auburn, or Wetumpka, Tallassee Ford is just a brief drive away.
2021 Ford Expedition Towing Capacity
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Ford has been known to make vehicles that far exceed one's expectations. From the Model T to the 2021 Ford Expedition, this automaker has come a long way since its inception. One of the best SUVs in the market, the Expedition is a great vehicle for anyone looking for a reliable daily driver.

The aggressive styling and the soft curves make it look authoritative and elegant at the same time. This new SUV is for the people who do not like to compromise. More than capable of towing most things that you might need for a weekend adventure, the Ford Expedition excels when it comes to towing prowess.

Towing Capacity
The 2021 Ford Expedition can haul 9300 pounds with ease, while the longer wheelbase version MAX can tow up to 9000 pounds. Both of these ratings are impressive and leave their competitors behind by a mile. With the Expedition, you can finally book the trailer that you have always wanted to take out for your weekend getaways.

The adventurous one will definitely appreciate the fact that you can easily attach a trailer for their gear like surfboards and dirt bikes. As the name suggests, the Expedition will be by your side no matter what.

All this is made possible thanks to the 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine. Mated to an automatic 10-speed transmission, the Expedition is a smooth ride. The tall height gives the driver a commanding view of the road, and with the 375hp under the hood, the car is never out of power.

Whether it be city roads or rocky terrains, the Expedition is more than capable of handling both situations. There is no understeer or oversteer in the car and surprisingly, there is no body roll too. 

Ford SUVs have always been a fan favorite amongst people, and these full-size SUVs are going to dominate the market soon. With SUV towing prowess increasing by the day, more and more people are ditching their trucks now.

If you are in Montgomery, Auburn or Weptumka, come on down to Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, and check out the Ford Expedition yourself. We will be more than happy to have you and clear all your doubts. 
Explore the Off-Road Package for the 2021 Ford Ranger
Ford has been an industry leader in the pickup truck segment since the 50s. With the highly acclaimed F series still running strong, it was only time that these beasts got a little brother. More geared towards everyday use and off-roading, the 2021 Ford Ranger is a versatile truck that can take on any challenge.

The Ford Ranger has already proven its worth in an urban environment, but with the Tremor Package, the 2021 Ford Ranger becomes a force to reckon with. It adds the much-needed equipment that is needed for the rougher terrains out there. Ford's off-roading division is definitely one of the best in the market.

Tremor Package

This package makes the ranger the most off-road-focused vehicle that Ford has released in recent times. But this does not mean that it lets go of its tame nature. The lifted suspension does a great job of shock absorption and the retuned FOX monotube damper is a great addition. You get 32 inch General Grabber tires that are all-terrain. 

The six switch auxiliary pack is a great way to manage all the accessories like the lightbars, winches, and air compressors. The General Grabber tires make the offroading variant an inch wider than the base model. You also get rear recovery hooks, magnetic painted wheels, a painted grille, hoop-style steps, and body graphics. 

As far as the interiors are considered, they have been made luxurious and more premium. The materials used are great and the Miko suede interiors look great. The black interior accents add a level of sophistication to the truck. Exclusive seats are also a nice addition which makes the truck even better. 

People waiting for a raptor version might have to wait indefinitely. Because with the Tremor Package, there is not much left to be desired. Ford trucks are constantly being updated and the Ford Ranger Off-Road Package is a great way to add the much-needed off-road equipment.

Come on down to Tallassee Ford in AL and check out these Ford pickups yourself. We will be more than happy to have you at our dealership and answer all your questions about the Ford pickup trucks. Our experts will tell you more about the off-roading package and give you a great deal on the truck too. If you live near Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka, we are just a short drive away.

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Learn About Earning A Tax Credit On Your Next Ford
Federal and state governments in the US have been offering incentives to consumers in the form of tax credits. This is to encourage consumers to buy vehicles that don't need fossil fuels. Every auto manufacturer is investing and producing some of the best vehicles ever. Tax credits have been in place since 2010, and the amount is substantial - $7500.

2021 Ford EVs include a range of plug-in and hybrid vehicles along with the Mustang Mach E. An exciting vehicle to look forward to in 2022 is the Ford F-150 lightning. It is an all-electric vehicle with the standard features. 

What is an EV tax credit?

Electric vehicles were considered concept cars and the aim of this credit was to spur sales of environmentally-friendly vehicles. These tax credits will be available to consumers for each manufacturer till a specific number of vehicles are sold. For instance, the Mustang Mach E is part of the 2021 Ford EV lineup. When 200,000 units of this vehicle are sold, the credit is phased out. The IRS will announce when this credit is no longer available as it compiles data on this topic.

Qualification Requirements
In order to qualify for the auto tax credit, the vehicle you want to buy has to meet the following specifications:

1. It is manufactured and sold on the market by an automaker.
2. The vehicle should have a GVW rating falling below 14,000 lbs.
3. It must be powered by an electric motor to a "significant" extent. The battery present in the vehicle should have a capacity of 4kWh or higher. It should be capable of being recharged via an external power source.

Applying for a tax credit doesn't mean that you get the money immediately. You may also not get the entire amount of $7500. If you are eligible for a refund, you will get the amount you are liable for.

If you would like to know more about Ford's EV vehicles and get a tax credit, visit the Tallassee Ford dealership in Alabama. The dealership's staff would be happy to show you different vehicles in their inventory. You can explore the different features in each vehicle and test drive any of them. The dealership is within driving distance of cities like Montgomery, Weptumka, and Auburn.

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E | All Electric Crossover
A highlight among the 2021 Ford EVs, this vehicle offers superb performance and nullifies emissions while passengers enjoy their ride. The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E comes with an impressive host of technical and comfort features. These features were enough for it to be named the 'North American Utility Vehicle of the Year'.

The new Ford Mustang crossover vehicle is fully equipped to deliver a power-packed performance with its standard 75.7 kWh battery and the extended 98.8 kWh battery package. It boasts a combined output of 480 hp with 634 lb-ft of torque for its top trims. Working together, the battery and motor on the GT performance propel the vehicle from 0 to 60 mph in a paltry 3.5 seconds.

Interior Comfort and Convenience
The inside cabin has been optimized for maximum comfort and comes with many subtle features that add to the Mach-E experience. Its cleverly placed battery makes for an increase in the cargo and passenger space on the inside. Complete with modern styling from the dashboard to the seats, the interior is also very washed on the eyes. Slick features like flip-up armrest and foldable back seats work to expand its storage capacity.

In-Car Tech
The latest generation of Ford's SYNC infotainment has been developed to adapt to every driver's unique quirks. The driver can customize it to the last detail and it supports three driver profiles along with an additional guest profile. It also comes with a huge 15.5-inch touchscreen that provides easy access to a number of its in-car features like Apple CarPlay, etc.

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E flaunts a wide range of intuitive driver-assistive and safety technologies. Some of the most notable features include SOS Post-Crash Alert System, LATCH, available forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking, and available blind-spot monitoring, etc.

The Tallassee Ford Dealership is easily accessible to customers from Montgomery, Weptumka, and Auburn. If you would like to know more about the features of this 2021 electric crossover - the Ford Mustang Mach-E or test drive the vehicle, head over to our dealership in Tallassee, AL, today.

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2021 Ford Co Pilot 360 Driver Assistance Technology
The 2021 Ford Co Pilot 360 driver assistance technology is the most advanced driving assistance system from Ford Technology yet. This technology vows to keep Ford car owners safe from threats when driving. If you are in the Montgomery, Auburn, or Wetumpka areas of Alabama, you can always test these features at Tallassee Ford, located in Tallassee, AL, which is just a brief ride away. Here are some of the main features of the Ford Co Pilot 360 driver assistance technology.

Blind Spot Information System (BLIS)
The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) is an important safety feature that detects vehicles in blind spots while driving. The cross-traffic alert also helps detect and alert drivers about surrounding traffic when reversing.

The BlueCruise feature allows hands-free highway driving over hundreds of miles of highways. This primarily works along with the car's lane-centering assistance system. With the Ford Co Pilot 360, your next trip between Montgomery and Auburn in NC could probably be a hands-free drive.

Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control
The Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control feature by Ford driver assist technology will identify speed signs, stop-and-go signals, and lane centering. Once activated, it will automatically search for signs and signals for you along your route and even comply with them.

Lane-Keeping System
The 2021 Ford technology is equipped with a lane-keeping system that alerts drivers about lane departure. With the help of cameras scanning lane markings, the feature automatically alerts and guides you back to the center of the lane. After sensing repeated lane departures, it also alerts drivers that it may be time to pull over for a break.

Active Park Assist 2.0
With the Ford driver assist technology, tight parallel parking could not be easier. This 2021 Ford technology assists in locating a potential parking spot. Then all you need to do is stop, put your car into neutral and press the active park assist button, and let your car do the rest.

If you would like to know more about the features of the 2021 Ford Co Pilot 360 driver assistance technology or test it, head on over to Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, today.

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2021 Ford EcoSport | Trims & Specs

The 2021 Ford EcoSport is in the market in 4 distinct trims: S, SE, Titanium, SES. The EcoSport can seat five people comfortably. You can have a choice of 10 exterior tones in the EcoSport.

Engine and Fuel Efficiency
All the trims except SE are fitted with a 2L Ti-VCT engine. This engine is mated with 6-speed select shift automatic transmission. This engine offers an all-wheel drive as standard. The engine has a fuel efficiency of 27 mpg on roads in the city. On the highways, the fuel efficiency increases to 29 mpg.

The SE is powered by a 1L EcoBoost engine. A 2L engine is available as an option in this trim. A front-wheel-drive is standard on the SE. All-wheel drive is available as an option. The drivetrain also has features like torque vectoring control and traction control.

Elements like integrated blind spot mirrors, manual-folding exterior mirrors with black mirror caps, halogen quad beam reflector headlights, and capless fuel filler are standard in the base trim. The distinct swaying door at the back of the vehicle makes loading and unloading things easier. The cabin of this trim has a single-zone manual air conditioning system, gauge cluster interior lighting, and two fast-charging USB ports. The front row has bucket seats and the driver's seat and the front passenger seat is 4-way adjustable. The infotainment system has a 4.2-inch display with FordPass Connect and 6 speakers.

The SE trim has black roof rails, fog lights, and projector headlights which contain halogen quad beams. The interior has electronic automatic temperature control, Ano Gray instrument panel accents, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. This trim also has power windows and a power moon roof with a sunshade. The infotainment system has 6 speakers, an 8-inch touchscreen, and a SiriusXM Satellite radio. The front row seats can be heated. Choosing an SE appearance package will give you orange instrument panel appliques, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 6-way power driver's seat, and cloth upholstery with attractive burnt orange highlights. An SE convenience package is also available with this trim. This trim has a Cargo management system with an adaptable shelf and rear load floor. A cargo management package with a cargo net and organizers is available.

The body-colored door handles, roof rack railings in bright silver, and chrome beltline molding give a stylish look to the Titanium. The exterior mirrors are heated with signal indicators and body-colored mirror caps. The infotainment system is equipped with a 10 speaker B&O audio unit. The interiors have ambient lighting, a heated steering wheel, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The upholstery is made of ActiveX seating material.

Black upper grilles and roof rails give a formal look to this trim. Selecting the SES Black Appearance Package will give you black headlamp and fog lamp bezels and black accents. A sport-tuned suspension that gives a better grip on the vehicle is available in this trim.

Schedule an appointment with Tallassee Ford to test drive the various models of the 2021 Ford EcoSport and select the trim most suited to your needs. This Ford dealership, located in Tallassee, AL, is also accessible to residents of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka.

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2021 Ford F-150 | Trims & Specs

The 2021 Ford F-150 is on the market in 6 models. This Ford truck offers you a choice between six powerful engines, including a Hybrid engine. The following are the trims and their specifications. The base three trims have a seating capacity of 6 people. The upper three trims can seat 5 people.

XL and XLT
This trim is fitted with a 290 hp 3.3L Ti-VCT engine which releases 265 lb (0.12 t)-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission is combined with this engine. A 2.7L Eco Boost, 3.5L Eco Boost, 5L Ti-VCT V8 engine, 3L Turbo-Diesel V6 engine and 3.5L Turbodiesel full hybrid engine are available as options in this trim. The 430 hp full hybrid V6 engine lets out a massive 570 lb (0.26 t)-ft of torque and has a towing capacity of 12,700 lbs. A hybrid 10-speed automatic transmission is also available as an option. Rear-wheel drive is standard on all trims, while all-wheel drive is available as an option.

The rear-wheel-drive allows you to choose between six drive modes. The all-wheel drive gives you a choice of seven drive modes. Trailer Sway Control technology is standard on all the trims. The pro power onboard feature gives you the option to choose a 2KW power output that can power your electronic devices. A 2.4Kw power output is standard with the hybrid engine and a 7.2Kw is available.

The XLT has heated power-adjustable side mirrors and a power lockable tailgate.

This trim is equipped with a 2.7L Eco Boost V6 engine. The Lariat has features like LED tailgate lighting, LED box lighting with zone lighting, remote tailgate release and LED mirror-mounted spotlights. LED fog lamps with LED cornering lamps, LED reflector headlamps and dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control in the cabin are the other highlights of this trim. The Lariat has the BoxLink feature, which is an adaptable pickup box interface system capable of securing your accessories. The Lariat also has a 12-inch digital productivity screen and heated and ventilated front seats in its cabin.

King Ranch
A 400 hp 5L Ti-VCT V8 engine powers this trim. This engine is equipped with variable displacement technology, which stops half its cylinders when power is not required. A chrome appearance package and monochromatic paint package are available on this trim. The King Ranch has heated and power-folding exterior mirrors, LED fog lamps with cornering lamps and dynamic bending LED projector headlights. An integrated trailer brake controller feature is standard in this trim.

The Platinum has features like power deployable running boards, heated rear seats and multi-contour bucket seats in front equipped with active motion technology.

This trim is fitted with 400 HP a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine. This engine releases 500 lb (0.23 t)-ft of torque and can tow a maximum of 14000 lbs. A twin-panel moon roof is standard in the four-door super crew model of this trim. A fully reclining driver and passenger seat are available as an option in all the trims.

Schedule an appointment with Tallassee Ford located in Tallassee, AL, to view this sophisticated Ford truck. This ford dealership also caters to residents of Montgomery, Auburn and Wetumpka.

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2021 Ford Edge | Technology and Safety Features

The 2021 Ford Edge has spacious seating, a good safety score, and reasonable engine performance. Overall, the 2021 Edge is a good midsize SUV if you look at most of its standards. It has a respectable mix of passenger and cargo space, reliability and safety ratings, as well as, positive reviews from the critics. It boasts a simple infotainment system and has a spacious 5-seat interior.
The vehicle is comfortable to drive while the turbocharged engines produce good fuel economy and peppy acceleration. Drivers can be more confident due to fabulous crash safety ratings.

Edge Safety Features 

Crash test results of Ford Edge 

The NHTSA or National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave 5 out of 5 stars as an overall safety rating to the Ford Edge for the model year 2021. The vehicle also got 5 stars in the side and frontal crash tests and 4 stars in the result for the rollover test.

On the other hand, the IIHS gave "Good", which is the highest rating for the vehicle in all its 6 crash tests. Additionally, models featuring adaptive highlights were given a designation of Top Safety Pick. Meanwhile, models that had these optional headlights got "Acceptable", the 2nd-highest rating for how well the vehicle illuminates the street ahead. 

Incidentally, the IIHS uses a distinct scale for grading features for collision avoidance. The Edge got "Superior", the highest rating for its vehicle-to-vehicle front crash prevention systems. 

Advanced safety features (standard):
  • Forward collision warning
  • Rear park sensors
  • Rearview camera
  • Lane departure warning
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Automatic high-beam headlights
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Blind spot monitoring
  • Lane keep assist
Advanced safety features (available):
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Adaptive headlights
  • Hands-free park assist
  • Front-facing camera
  • Front parking sensors
Connectivity and Infotainment 
All Edge models for the model year 2021 are equipped with the most recent Sync 4A software interface. They feature a huge touchscreen display measuring 12.0-inch. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard features and are compatible with wireless connections. The automaker also provides a Wi-Fi hotspot on all its Edge models. However, dash navigation is an optional feature.

2021 Edge-overall seating capacity 
The Ford Edge for the model year 2021 has 5 seats and is a 2-row SUV. Its front seats are fairly supportive and well-cushioned. The range of steering wheel and seat adjustments makes it simple to adjust to a comfortable driving position. 

The SUV has ample space upfront so that even taller occupants will not find any discomfort. The same can be said about its rear seats. Its back seats can easily accommodate three children or two adults. Its large windshield and height allow excellent forward visibility. 

The Edge has adjustable front seats and cloth upholstery as standard. Genuine or synthetic leather upholstery is available. Other features include cooled and heated front seats, power-adjustable front seats, heated steering wheel, and heated rear seats.

If you wish to also know about the technology features of the 2021 Edge, visit Tallassee Ford as soon as possible. They are a premier Ford dealer in Tallassee, AL, and serve customers from Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka as well.

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Ford Alternative Fuel Vehicle Lineup


Today, vehicles are built to run on alternate energy sources to reduce the carbon footprint and deliver efficiency. The automaker Ford has developed a fleet of vehicles that run on these alternative fuels. The 2021 Ford lineup offers a wide range of options if you are looking to buy an alternative fuel vehicle. Visit our Tallassee Ford dealership if you want to check out the new Ford vehicles with alternative fuel options. We are located in Tallassee, AL, and easily accessible for the car shoppers in Montgomery, Weptumka and Auburn.

The benefits associated with buying a Ford that runs on an alternate source of energy are great. Besides reducing the carbon emission into the environment, you are going to save a lot of your hard-earned money. Furthermore, the U.S Government offers fuel incentives to encourage people to opt for alternate fuel consumption.

Read through to learn about the 2021 Ford lineup vehicles that run on alternate energy sources.

Compressed Natural Gas Ford Vehicles
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is a safer and more affordable fuel option when compared to traditional diesel and gas. It emits lower levels of CO2 and CO and contributes to protecting Mother Earth. Ford models that run on CNG are Ford Transit Connect, Ford E-Series Passenger Wagon and Transit Van, Ford F-series Super Duty Pickup, Ford Stripped Chassis and Ford F-650 among many more vehicles. Walk into our Tallassee, AL, store to take a look at these Ford vehicles.

Propane Autogas Ford Models
Propane Autogas is a combination of butane and non-toxic propane. This energy source is highly economical when it comes to operating costs while its performance stays on par with gasoline-fueled vehicles. Ford vehicles that run on propane autogas are Ford E-series cutaway Chassis, Ford F-750 chassis cab, Ford E-series transit van and more. If you reside in Montgomery or Auburn and are considering buying a Ford alternative fuel vehicle for your business, drop into our Tallassee, AL, store.

Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Ford Vehicles
The hybrid and electric Ford vehicles are simple and feature fuel economy. They can run in gas mode, electric mode or a combination of these while delivering the same performance every time.

The 2021 Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric Ford SUV that features seamless technology, a comfy interior, and an impressive range. This electric vehicle is available in four models, all of which are ideal for long drives. The vehicle comes with a luxurious design and is filled with good vibes to make your driving experience one of a kind.

Want more options? The 2021 Escape Plug-in Hybrid and the Escape Hybrid also score high on comfort and style. These vehicles feature outstanding fuel-saving technology and are the top alternative fuel vehicle options.

At the Tallassee Ford center, we have new Ford vehicles that run on alternate fuels. To explore each of these vehicles, we suggest you walk into our dealership at your convenience. We can also schedule a test drive to help you gauge the performance of these vehicles. Feel free to talk to us to know more about the 2021 Ford lineup vehicles.

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2021 Ford Ranger | Off-Road Capability

The 2021 Ford Ranger is regarded as one of the top choices for compact pickup trucks. It has a great tow rating, comfortable seats, and simple features. In short, it is one of those 2021 Ford Pickups that performs well in almost all departments. While the standard drivetrain is rear-wheel drive, the Ranger also has an all-wheel-drive as an available feature.
It is undoubtedly one of the good Ford trucks. The Ranger boasts a powerful engine, offers good gas mileage, and handles well. More importantly, it is a sturdy off-roader. Its hauling and towing capacities are good in the class. The seats inside are cozy, while SuperCrew models feature more space in the rear seats as compared to several of its competitors. The model also offers many user-friendly features.

Gives good gas mileage
Powerful engine, as well as composed handling
High hauling and towing capacities
Firm ride
The cabin is not inspiring

New feature(s) for 2021
Tremor off-road package has now been made available.

What are the distinctions between the 2021 Ford Ranger and its predecessor?
The Ford Ranger for the model year 2021 is almost the same as its previous model year. However, there is just one exception. The Tremor off-road package can now be added to the 2021 model. The new package can boost the off-road capabilities of the Ford Ranger with a string of useful features. These include a lifted suspension, a locking rear differential, skid plates, off-road tires, and more.

Off-road performance of 2021 Ranger 
Indeed, the 2021 Ranger cannot compete with a few elite off-roaders in its segments, such as Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, and Jeep Gladiator. However, it is quite capable to handle off-road situations. Rather than offering an off-road specialty model, the Ford Ranger allows you to include option packages. These include features including special off-road tires, skid plates, crawl control, a terrain management system, and so on.
In case having the off-road capability is a top priority for you, it is possible to add the Tremor, FX4, or FX2 package. Out of all these three packages, the Tremor package has the highest capability. 

Which of the Ford Ranger models is most suitable for off-roading capability?
Contrary to some trucks, the Ford Ranger does not come with a specialty off-road trim. Rather, it offers some option packages, which offer extra features so that the Ranger is more adventure-ready. 
To begin with, you may wish to add a 4-wheel-drive. You have to then add the Tremor and FX4 packages. The latter (FX4) adds off-road tires, an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, crawl control, a terrain management system, and a locking rear differential. 
Meanwhile, the all-new Tremor package adds more capability. The package offers all the attributes of the FX4 package. Additionally, it offers better departure and approach angles, upgraded shocks, a front bash plate, and more ground clearance. However, the Tremor package is unavailable in the truck's base XL trim.

The Final Call
The Ford Ranger for the model year 2021 performs satisfactorily on various fronts. It is capable, relatively efficient, and powerful with a cozy cabin and intuitive tech features. The Ranger also comes with an affordable price tag. It will appeal to a majority of small truck shoppers. 
You may visit Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, for all your queries related to Ford Ranger for 2021. They are one of the most well-known dealers in town. Residents of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka, can also access this dealership.

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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E - 2021 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year

The beginning of 2021 has been remarkable for Ford as it has received a couple of coveted accolades. The all-electric, all-new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E has been named the North American Utility & Truck of the Year in 2021. Even the all-new F-150 bagged the same accolade.

The President of Ford Americas and IMG, Kumar Galhotra, seemed happy as he said that the recognition of these two award-winning vehicles is a validation for the Ford Team. He also feels it reiterates the brand's commitment to its consumers.

According to Galhotra, it is one of the most coveted awards in the automobile industry. The honor is also the accomplishment of the tremendous effort put in by the teams of F-150 and the Mustang Mach-E utility vehicle, according to the president.

The award deserves special mention that the last time a brand won more than one North American vehicle of the year was in 2014. The automaker designed the all-electric, all-new Mustang Mach-E through a special development process based on the desires and needs of its customers. The result was a beautiful and sleek SUV, which delivers great handling and riding. The vehicle technology is the most advanced as well.

Multiple accolades for Mustang Mach-E and F-150

It is the third time when the F-150 and new electric Mustang Mach-E both got awards simultaneously. Earlier, both vehicles were declared as Edmunds Top Rated Truck and Top Rated Luxury Electric Vehicle for 2021. They were also acknowledged as the Green Truck of the Year and Green Car of the Year (2021). 

Incidentally, Mustang Mach-E was also declared as 2021's Best Car to Buy according to recent Green Car Reports and The Car Connection. 

The new F-150 has been purposely designed to be the most productive and toughest F-150 ever. It targeted the highest payload and a towing capacity of any full-size light-duty truck. The automaker also introduced several new features so that customer productivity can be increased. 

The North American Truck, Utility, and Car of the Year awards are meant to appreciate the year's most outstanding newly-launched vehicles. The vehicles are benchmarks in their respective categories on various criteria such as value for the money, driver satisfaction, handling, safety, design, and innovation. 

There are three different awards given by this organization, which are as follows:
  1. North American Truck of the Year
  2. North American Utility Vehicle of the Year
  3. North American Car of the Year
A jury of renowned automotive journalists from Canada and the United States of America gives these awards in place of a single website, publication, TV, or radio station. 

It is interesting to note that both these Ford models feature connected vehicle technology such as over-the-air updates. These updates keep them aware of purposeful technology. They also ensure that the future needs and wants of customers are satisfied throughout the vehicle's life. 

Drop by Our Dealership
Stop in at Tallassee Ford for all your queries related to this vehicle. They are one of the most reputed Ford dealers in Tallassee, Alabama. You can also request them for a test drive around the areas of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka.

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2021 Ford Explorer Hybrid Engine Towing Capability


A hybrid powertrain with four-wheel drive, 3.3L V6 engine, 318 hp and 322 lb-ft of torque makes the 2021 Ford Explorer a powerful and intelligent partner on the road for drivers. The 2021 Explorer has received the Top Safety Pick title for 2021 by IIHS, making it safer and efficient to drive. In comparison with the predecessor, there is a slight increase in the price tag, and most of the features are carried forward in the 2021 version of Explorer.

To add, the 2021 Ford Explorer is way more spacious and comfortable to carry loads of stuff in the given cargo. The model is equipped with a cargo management system as well. But the exterior and interior space remains fairly unchanged for good as most of the tech and safety features are available across Explorer trims. Being one of the best hybrid SUVs, let's see what this model offers.

Towing Capacity and Other Features in 2021 Ford Explorer

The capability and performance are visibly remarkable in the Explorer. With a Hybrid powertrain and an astounding horsepower of 318, the Explorer is surely one of the most versatile vehicles in the market. The fuel tank capacity in the 2021 model is slightly up than the previous version, while there is no change in fuel economy of 28 MPG. The 2021 Ford Explorer is not merely equipped with a noticeably efficient cargo management system but also offers an impressive towing capacity of 5000 pounds. With such a capability, it is super easy to plan for long drives and many outdoor trips with family and friends.

The space for feet in the rear is 18.2 cu ft. As the Explorer is a three-seater SUV, if the third row is folded down, space of 47.9 cu ft. is opened. Six people can easily fit in, even when the third row is folded up. Aside from this, the 2021 version is versatile in terms of seating and interiors. Expect leather upholstery and heated the second row with a push-button to tilt it to let passengers access the third row. However, leg space is slightly tight, yet the head and shoulder space in the vehicle isn't compromised.

Tech Specifications

The height, width and dimensions are identical and there are no significant changes in the new version of Explorer. The infotainment unit in the model is striking with 8-inch screen, wireless device charging, Bluetooth connectivity, 12 speaker audio system, smartphone integration and four USB ports. The 2021 Ford Hybrid Explorer also has a rear seat entertainment system with smart features like automatic climate control, remote start.

Ford 2021 Explorer is a dependable SUV that offers a seamless ride for long trips. And, especially when you have lots of stuff to carry and tow from one place to another. It offers 3 year and 5 year warranty while the hybrid component comes with 8 year warranty.

If you are looking for a 2021 Ford Explorer Hybrid, then walk into our Tallassee Ford dealership in Tallassee, AL, for a test drive. You can also locate us in cities - Montgomery, Auburn, Weptumka and contact us for all Ford models and 2021 Ford Hybrids.

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2021 Ford Expedition Trims & Specs

The 2021 Ford Expedition leaves you spoiled for choice with 9 trims on offer, making it one of the best 2021 Ford SUVs out there. There is also a Stealth Edition and Texas Edition. XL STX, XLT, XLT MAX, Limited, Limited MAX, King Ranch, King Ranch MAX, Platinum and Platinum MAX are the models on offer.

The base trim XL STX can seat 5 people. The XLT and upper trims can seat 8 people.

Engine and Performance

A 3.5L Eco Boost Engine sits under all the trims. This engine is mated with a ten-speed select shift automatic transmission. This engine provides a mileage of 17mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway.

Infotainment System

A SYNC 3 enhanced voice recognition communications and entertainment system is standard in the base trim. FordPass Connect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi HotSpot and SOS post-crash alert system are also standard features. The base trim has a six-speaker audio system.

The Limited trim has wireless charging in the media hub and B&O sound system.

Exterior Features

Power adjustable heated mirrors with security approach lamps and body-colored bumpers and door handles are some exterior features of the base trim. Hands-free foot-activated liftgate, LED Taillamps and body-color door handles with satin aluminum insert are the prominent exterior features of the Limited trim. Power deployable running boards in the Limited trim make entry and exit easier.

The King Ranch trim has LED Fog lamps, headlamps and tail lamps, configurable daytime running lamps and a Panoramic vista moon roof. This trim also has power-folding side-view mirrors with auto-folding function, turn signal indicators and driver's side auto-dimming mirrors.

The highest trim Platinum MAX has features like rain-sensing front wipers and a satin aluminum grille with bright chrome inner accents.

Interior Features

An 8-way power driver seat and 4-way manual passenger seat are standard in the cabin of the base trim. The interiors of the Limited trim have a memory feature for the driver's seat and power-adjustable exterior mirrors and foot pedals. The Limited also has ambient lighting, rear cargo area light and second and third-row dome lights.

The interiors of the King Ranch have heated seats and second-row power-folding tip and slide captain's chairs. The front row has heated and ventilated leather-trimmed captain's chairs. The King Ranch trim also has a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The cabin of the Platinum MAX has enhanced active noise control, leather-trimmed heated and ventilated multi-contour front captain's chairs with active motion technology. It also has a center console with real wood accents and 12v power points.

The Expedition has a cargo volume of 20.9 cubic feet behind the third row, which increases to a maximum of 104.6 cubic feet when the seats are folded.

Additional Packages

The cargo package, Ford Co-Pilot360, Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist and Advanced security package are standard with the Platinum MAX. Choosing the heavy-duty trailer tow package will enable the 2021 Ford Expedition to tow 9,300 lbs. An FX4 Off-Road Package is also available.

Contact Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, to take a test drive of the 2021 Ford Expedition. Residents of Montgomery, Auburn and Weptumka can also easily access this Ford dealership.

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2021 Ford Bronco vs. Bronco Sport: What are the differences?
Both 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport hail from the Bronco range. Both are uniquely styled variants and have exclusive qualities designed to suit car shoppers with varied buying needs. If you are looking to buy a Ford SUV this year but not sure which model suits you best, you are on the right page. This write-up talks about 2021 Ford Bronco vs Bronco Sport to help Ford buyers make the right choice.
If you want to check out both the vehicles and explore their features, drop into our Tallassee, AL dealership center. Our Ford professionals will attend to you and solve all your queries.

Engine and Performance
The Ford Bronco 2021 is more powerful, larger, and ideal for extreme terrains. Bronco Sport on the other hand is ideally sized and delivers exceptional performance on and off the road.
The 2021 Ford Bronco comes equipped with a 2.3L EcoBoost turbocharged engine that delivers 274 HP and 420 Nm of torque. The higher trim is built with a 2.7L V6 engine that generates 310 HP and 542 Nm of torque. Both the engines can be paired to a manual 7-speed transmission system.
The Bronco Sport on the other hand comes packed with a 1.5L engine that produces 181 HP and 373 Nm of torque. An upgraded 2.0L turbocharged engine is an option that can generate 245 HP and 373 Nm of torque. Both engines can be paired to an automatic 8-speed transmission.
Montgomery and Auburn Ford lovers can talk to our store representative at Tallassee Ford regarding the 2021 Ford Bronco vs Bronco Sport.

Both the models feature LED lighting, fog lamps, bash plates, tow hooks, and rear flip-up glass. The Bronco Sport additionally has a stylish safari roof.
If you reside in Wetumpka and looking to buy a new Ford Bronco, call our dealership center at Tallassee, AL.

The 2021 Ford Bronco features leather, cloth, or vinyl seats. Bronco standard SUV also comes with washable floors with a drain facility, so you can literally wash your vehicle after each trek. The Sport features heated front seats, climate control, and beautiful fabric seats.
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2021 Ford F-150 Interior: New Design, Features, And Tech
The tougher than ever 2021 Ford F-150 is here. The raptor is quite in demand in areas around Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumpka. It is one of the most powerful engines of 2021 so far, with impressive cargo storage and towing capacity. The raptor has mesmerizing design features and mind-blowing latest technology.
If you want to explore the features and test the powerful raptor, head over to our dealership in Tallassee, AL.

Interior Design Features
2021 Ford F-150 interior design will leave you spell-bound. The seating has a leather finish, with a range of color palettes available from Burgundy to Black. The sleek trim of the interior features adds the touch of luxury to the truck, which the previous models missed. In special models, you can even buy a 2021 Ford F-150 with massaging seats.
There are three main models: Regular Cab (3 passengers), SuperCab (5 passengers), and SuperCrew (6 passengers). All the models come with amazing interior design and updated technology tools.

Newly Introduced Features
The revolutionizing 2021 Ford F-150 interior features are the 'Max Recline Seats'. Ford has leveled up, introducing seats that can recline to 180 degrees flat with cushioning. This converts your truck into a sleeper for your long term. This feature is likely to be added in King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited models.
The 2021 Ford F-150 new technology includes a workstation as well. The gear shift lever folds flat and transforms into a Work Surface. This feature is especially preferred after the 2020 work from home situation. The truck has a huge onboard generator. The members in the car can easily charge a variety of electronic devices.

Interior Technology Features
The raptor is a loaded technology hub. There are a standard 8.0-inch central touchscreen and a 4.0 inch (ca. 10 cm) digital instrument cluster. The sizes of the screen are double the previous models. The latest infotainment system is set up, connecting to Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, AppLink, and all the latest systems. The standard phone control app is also updated. The owner can check the status of the car through the app anywhere and anytime.
If you live in and around Montgomery, Auburn and Weptumka, visit Tallassee Ford to witness the power of this beast.

Ford Scheduled Maintenance Guide
All vehicles need regular maintenance in order to perform their best. Services also ensure passenger safety and help achieve fuel economy. Simple vehicle services such as rotating tires, changing the oil filter, and checking spark plugs can help keep your car in good condition. Ford cars deserve proper care too to retain their overall performance and looks. If you own a Ford and are interested to learn about the Ford vehicle maintenance schedule, this page is for you.
Look up your owner's manual for the Ford vehicle service schedule. If you don't have or want to personally contact a technician, feel free to reach out to us at Tallassee, AL dealership.

At 5000 Miles
Your Ford needs its first maintenance service at 5000 miles. At this point, Ford technicians inspect and rotate tires, change the engine oil and if required replace the oil filter. They do multi-point inspection and ensure the ball joints, drive shafts and suspension joints are good and well lubricated. Further, they check the brake pads, exhaust system, and cooling system. Typically, Ford vehicles need these services every 5000 miles.
Drive down to our store if you are looking to schedule a service in Tallassee, AL. We are located close to Montgomery and Auburn. Ford owners in Wetumpka can also rely on us for Ford service.

At 30,000 Miles
Once your Ford car completes 30,000 miles, you need to replace the engine air filter in addition to all the services performed at 5000 miles. The technicians will also check the brake lines and hoses, and inspect the heat shields.
Contact our Tallassee Ford Service Department to know more about the Ford vehicle maintenance schedule.
The same services need to be repeated at 40,000 miles and 50,000 miles however there might be some changes depending upon the models.

Get your Ford serviced with us in Tallassee
You can easily get your Ford serviced at our Tallassee Ford, AL dealership. Simply create an owner account, schedule a service and get your Ford back in top form. Besides being highly convenient, you get access to your Ford's health and history anytime.
Get customized Ford services and retain your Ford in brand-new form, always!

2021 Ford SUV and Crossover Lineup


Irrespective of which Ford SUV or CUV model you opt for, they happen to be versatile, convenient, and capable. The 2021 Ford lineup offers the power required for towing a trailer, speed past a vehicle, which is slow-moving. These Ford vehicles also provide versatile seating and some models can even sit a maximum of eight passengers. If you wish to transport heavy cargo, simply fold down the vehicles' rear seats to get greater space. Also, the family now has an all-electric addition.


It is the latest addition in the Ford Bronco lineup. The all-new Sport comes with 4 unique models designed specifically to go outdoors. All these four models feature a safari-style roof, 4X4, as well as, G.O.A.T. Modes that are all set for adventure. There are a string of other capability-improving features.


The new Mustang Mach-E has a cozy outfitted interior, impressive driving range, and seamless technology. This Ford vehicle is known for spicing your adventure. The California RT1 variant has a range of 300 miles. The Ford vehicle is not only about good vibes and long drives- it is also known for its luxurious design cues in its entire 4-model lineup.


The all-new Ford Bronco is known for its sure-shot durability and toughness. It has been specially designed for all those adrenaline-junkies who love to explore the wilderness.


The 2021 EcoSport offers a mileage of 27 mpg on city roads and 29 mpg on highways. Cool and capable, its size makes it easy to move smoothly even on crowded city roads. Ford EcoSport comes with an EcoBoost 2.0-liter engine and an intelligent four-wheel-drive. These features make it simple to get traction in different kinds of road conditions


The 2021 Ford Explorer is prepared for adventure, courtesy of its bunch of capability-improving features. These features include a 10-speed transmission and rear-wheel-drive and an available EcoBoost 3.0-liter engine. Four-wheel-drive with a versatile Terrain Management System is also available.

If you are keen to know more about the 2021 Ford SUV and Crossover lineup, look no further. Simply contact Tallassee Ford and schedule a test drive at Tallassee Ford.

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5 Steps to Prepare Your Car for Winter 
Summers might be the time that you enjoy your vehicles but owning a car is an all-weather task. As the temperature drops, you should start taking care of your vehicle with seasonal appropriate changes. 

Small changes to your car can make it ready for braving the winter. These small yet significant changes can easily avoid major accidents that usually happen in the winters. To ensure your car operates safely and fully here are 5 tips to prepare your "Ford Escape Winter Edition".

1. Check Coolant and AntiFreeze
Antifreeze like the name suggests it keeps your car's engine from freezing in the cold weather. Check its level in the winters regularly. Antifreeze can be said to be one of the most important liquids in your car in the winter.

Many of the car winter toolkits have tools to measure the levels of your coolant mix. You can directly check your antifreeze too with them.

2. Winter Supply Tool Kit
This is one of the most important things to get for the winters. If your car gets stuck in the snowstorm or stops functioning this will have the essentials. The car must have things like extra warm clothes, high-energy bars, a charged cell phone for emergency calls, bags of sand for traction, and an ice-scraper. 

3. Tire Pressure And Condition Of Tires
Tires help you remain firmly grounded to the icy road and for that, the treads need to be deep enough. A grip of the tire can make a lot of difference in driving when in colder temperatures. Make sure your tire has a good amount of treads on them. If you are unsure, get them changed.

4. Winter Grade Oil
In cold weather, your oil should be thinner and less viscous than it was in the summers. A lower number in oil specification digits means that the oil is suited for winters as compared to summers.

5. Wiper Fluid
Your general wiper fluid will breeze upon contact in the winters and you must get it changed. The fluid you had during the summers can block your view from the windshield as it will freeze easily. Switch to winter fluid for your own safety.

 Benefits of Servicing Your Ford at the Dealership

At some point in time, Auburn residents have to get their Ford serviced. When that time arrives, Tallassee Ford Service coupons can also be used. The decision to get your Ford serviced at a Ford service center has many advantages for vehicle owners.

Working with Specialists
When you visit a Ford dealership in Auburn, you're dealing with a service technician who is a specialist. These are men and women who are trained and experienced in dealing with Ford make vehicles. In addition, they are manufacturer-trained. This means they repair vehicles that are sold at a particular Ford dealership.

Ford Employees
Another advantage of visiting a Tallassee Ford tire dealership is that everyone working there is a Ford representative. This means the specialist training isn't only offered to technicians. The service managers, support staff, advisors, and the network of Ford dealerships also receive this training. All the women and men working at the dealership have in depth knowledge of how Ford vehicles should perform and when necessary repairs are required.

Superior Service
The knowledge and expertise possessed by personnel at the Weptumka Ford dealership is invaluable, but it does cost a lot. Dealerships offer better salaries and incentives to their employees because these are specialized staff members. This may increase labor rates, however the staff performing the servicing have the knowledge and accuracy you expect. They are able to deliver on their promises. This also means if you're not satisfied with anything, the matter can be rectified immediately.

Accurate Vehicle History
Perhaps the most important advantage of visiting your nearest Ford dealership for servicing is the relationship that develops between you and your car and the dealership. When your vehicle is routinely serviced at the service center, an updated and accurate record is kept of your Ford. A service history of your vehicle's make and model is maintained. As a result, they will be better equipped to handle any issues that may arise with your vehicle. You cannot expect such accurate record-keeping at a local garage.

Visit your nearest dealership and take advantage of Tallassee Ford Service Coupons at your next servicing appointment.

2021 vs. 2020 Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer was redesigned just last year, however, a string of subtle updates and change await its model year 2021. The launch of the Ford Explorer for the model year 2021 marks several interior enhancements, which make the vehicle a preferred option for active families.

Families can now enjoy a platform for a rear-wheel-drive, whereas all-wheel-drive is available as an optional feature in place of the front-drive platforms. The 3-row SUV has been given some small changes for 2021. The most prominent among them are tweaks in packaging and equipment, along with cheaper price tags.

2021 Ford Explorer vs. 2020 Ford Explorer
The entry price for the 2021 Explorer has been reduced to 33,470 USD in its base Rear-Wheel-Drive trim. Last year, the starting price for the same trim was 34,010 USD. The fact is that prices have been reduced throughout the Ford Explorer trim levels.

Its top trim, known as the Platinum, has also experienced a drop in price. The price is 55,725 USD for 2021 as opposed to 59,495 USD in 2020.

Exterior styling elements include the following:
  1. Twenty-inch Carbonized gray-painted wheels. There is a grille insert and matching gray bars
  2. Additional bodyside cladding
  3. Dual exhaust tips, as well as other badges.
Interior Additions
If you compare 2021 vs. 2020 Ford Explorer, you will find the former include slate seats coupled by contrast stitching, specially designed panel inserts, and diamond instrument panel appliques.

However, other changes in the new Ford Explorer are minor. For instance, the XLT trim receives heated front seats as a standard feature. A few exterior alterations, which have affected all its trims are sizes and finishes, more wheel designs, and several new paint colors for the exterior. Following are the new colors included now:
  1. Star White Metallic Tri-Coat
  2. Silver Spruce
  3. Rich Copper Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
  4. Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
  5. Iconic Silver
  6. Atlas Blue
The base engine of the Ford Explorer 2021 is an EcoBoost 2.3-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder producing a horsepower of 300 HP and a torque of 310 pounds-feet. The engine is paired with standard RWD, optional four-wheel-drive, and a ten-speed automatic transmission.

Visit Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL, if you want to know more differences between the 2021 Ford Explorer and the 2020 Ford Explorer.

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What is Included in the Ford Safe and Smart Package?

If you prioritize safety while driving, then the Ford Safe and Smart Package brings you everything you need to drive safe at all times. In one convenient bundle, Ford provides you with multiple safety features that automate your driving experience with safety and comfort in mind.

Are you wondering, 'what is the Ford Safe and Smart Package?' It's an add-on you can purchase on select Ford models that bring you smart driver-convenience options. Experience the future of Ford's self-driving cars with the Ford Safe and Smart Package.

What is the Ford Safe and Smart Package?
The Ford Safe and Smart Package is priced at $1020 and comes with the following driver-convenience features:
  • Rain-sensing Wipers: These automatically detect the presence of precipitation on your windshield. The rain-sensing Wipers will ensure that rain or precipitation never block your view while you're driving.
  • Blind Spot Information System: The BLIS system keeps track of vehicles near your car and alerts you should any vehicle get too close. Using the power of radar detection technology, vehicles in your blindspot will no longer be a cause for concern. The cross-traffic alert feature also uses radar detection technology to warn you about nearby vehicles while you're attempting to drive out of your parking space.
  • Automatic High Beam Headlights: These adjust their intensity, from low beams to high beams, depending on surrounding lighting. You no longer have to worry about adjusting your headlights, this feature will switch from low to high beams and ensure that your on-road vision is always clear.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control: This comes with brake support as well as forward collision warning. A feature that lets you drive safely and that automatically detects the possibility of collisions, your driving experience is made much safer with adaptive cruise control.
  • Lane Keeping System: This system brings you both lane keeping alert as well as assistance with lane keeping.
The Ford Safe and Smart Package contains all the essential driver-safety features and keeps you and your family safe with smart automated technology.

If you live in Tallassee, Weptumka, Montgomery or Auburn, then consider getting the Ford Safe and Smart Package today.

Are you still interested in knowing more about 'what is the Ford Safe and Smart Package?'
Then visit your nearest Ford dealership to learn more and test out the Ford Safe and Smart Package for yourself!

2021 Ford Explorer Review

The 2021 Ford Explorer is offered in 5 models: Base, XLT, Limited, ST, and Platinum. The Limited trim also has a hybrid variant.

Engine and Mileage
The Base, Limited, and XLT trims have a 2.3L EcoBoost Engine. The ST and Platinum trims are fitted with a 3L EcoBoost Engine. The 3L engine is equipped with the Class III Trailer Tow Package allowing the explorer to tow up to 5,600 lbs efficiently. This package is optional with other engines. The Limited trim is also available with a 3.3L hybrid engine. The base model offers a mileage of 27 mpg on city roads and 29 mpg on the highway. The Platinum model offers a mileage of 18 mpg on city roads and 24 mpg on the highway. All the trims except Platinum have standard rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is standard on the Platinum trim and optional in other trims.

The advanced terrain management system with seven selectable drive modes is available as standard in the Platinum trim and is optional in other trims.

Interior Features
The Explorer can comfortably seat seven people. Cloth seating is standard on the base trim while the upper trims have leather seating surfaces. The upper trims have heated bucket seats in the second row. A dual-panel moon roof is also available.

A rear-seat entertainment system, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and voice activated navigation is standard across trims. An air filtration system, rear auxiliary climate control, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and tri-zone electronic automatic temperature control are other standard interior features. A 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system is standard on the Platinum trim and optional in other trims. A 10.1-inch touchscreen is available. A 12.3-inch digital instrument panel is standard on Platinum and ST trims.

Safety Features
Standard safety features of the Explorer include the SOS post-crash alert system, Advancetrac with roll stability control, trailer sway control, a rearview camera with a washer, and a lane-keeping system. The Platinum trim has advanced features like hill descent control, active park assist, and a forward sensing system.

Contact Tallahassee Ford in Tallahassee, Alabama to test drive the 2021 Ford Explorer. Residents of Montgomery, Auburn, and Wetumpka are just a short drive away from us as well! 
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How to Use Ford Adaptive Cruise Control With Stop & Go

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go is a convenient safety feature. It allows the driver to automatically adjust to keep a specific GAP distance from a vehicle ahead of it. The safety feature also makes a vehicle stop, as well as, resume acceleration. In case the car is stopped for more than 3 seconds, the onus is on the driver to press a button called "RES."

Alternatively, he/she can press the accelerator pedal so that system operation can be resumed.

If activated, the feature will enable the vehicle to automatically maintain a constant speed. It will also keep a preset distance from a vehicle ahead and the driver does not have to press the brake or accelerator pedals. Apart from the convenience factor, the safety feature can also result in an easier traffic jam. Today, many vehicles are available with this safety feature.

Using Adaptive Cruise Control
Set "Adaptive" or "Normal" on the Information Display through the menus. The complete selection steps include Settings->Driver Assist->Cruise Control->Normal/Adaptive. IF Normal mode is chosen, the traditional cruise control system functions.
  1. Press the Cruise Control buttons/switches to turn ON the desired mode.
  2. Press Set+ by accelerating to speed.
  3. The gap can be now adjusted to any one of the 4 settings available. You have to press GAP for that.
  4. You can switch off the system by choosing OFF. Alternatively, simply press the brake pedal similar to traditional cruise control. The driver will get full control once again.
It is normal for the system to automatically reduce the speed of the vehicle, as well as, engagement of brakes. As soon as the traffic clears, the system will automatically revert to cruise. In case of the traffic ahead remains unclear within 3 seconds, drivers should press accelerate or the RES to start moving. There is an error message when the sensors get blocked due to damage, mud, snow, or rain.

It is normal to feel uneasy in the beginning when there is an automatic decrease in speed but you will get used to it soon.

Head to Tallassee Ford, which is one of the prominent Tallassee, AL car dealers for any questions related to Adaptive Cruise Control.
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Signs Your Tires Need to Be Rotated

An essential aspect of routine maintenance process for your vehicle is tire rotation. It might not seem so, but tire rotation is as important as changing the motor oil. If ignored, it can land you with a costly breakdown and risky situations. Not checking your tire for rotation leads to traction loss, and can even result in a blow-out while on road.

Thus, tire rotation should be a necessary step in your routine vehicle maintenance process. You can make it a habit to get your tire checked or rotated every time you go in for an oil change. Now, there is no rule of thumb as far as tire rotation is concerned. This is because it depends on the tires you have, the vehicle you own, and your driving habits. However, you can still make sure to get your tires rotated at least twice every year.

Apart from this, there might be situations where you should not wait for your scheduled tire rotation. If you notice anything unusual with your tires, you must get it checked immediately to avoid undesirable circumstances. Here are a few signs to watch out for:

Uneven Wear on one or more tires
As responsible drivers, it is crucial to be on a lookout for anything unusual with your vehicle. You should always be aware about your vehicle, and anything unusual should attract your immediate attention. On the same lines, if you notice that one of the tires is suffering from more wear than others, you should consult a trusted mechanic. Listen to your mechanic carefully and even get a second opinion if you are not satisfied. Get your tires rotated if they suggest you the same.

Excessive Vibrations
This is another step in being a responsible owner and noticing peculiarities with your vehicle. If you experience an excessive or unusual vibration while driving, it might be a sign that you need to get the tires rotated. Do not wait for the last moment or till it becomes unbearable. Put the safety of you and your loved ones on priority and get your tires rotated.

Air Pressure Loss
It is another sign that your vehicle is due for tire rotation. If one or more of your car tires are losing air pressure frequently, it might be due to improper alignment. Rush to your mechanic and get the tires rotated as soon as possible.

If you notice any of the above signs, or if you are still confused about the condition of your tires, stop by Tallassee auto sales for a quick checkup.


Compare Ford Explorer vs Kia Telluride

The Kia Telluride and Ford Explorer are set to compare. The Ford Explorer for the model year 2020 has been launched with an entirely new redesign. Both these vehicles are competitively priced.

Fuel Efficiency
The Ford Explorer boasts a better fuel efficiency. It offers a mileage of 27 mpg on the city roads and 29 mpg on the highways. Meanwhile, the Kia Telluride offers a mileage of about 20 mpg on the city roads and 2 mpg on the highway. 

There are 3 different engine choices available in the Ford Explorer. Its base engine is a 4-engine 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine. The engine offers an output of 300 horsepower and a torque of 310 pound-ft. There is also a V6 w,0-liter EcoBoost engine offering a horsepower of 365 and a torque of 380 pound-ft. The third engine is a V6 3.6-liter with a horsepower of 300 and a torque of 310 pound-ft. The power boost enables the Ford Explorer to have a maximum towing ability of,600 lb, which is 600 lb more than the Kia Telluride.

It features a rear-wheel-drive that improves the sporty performance, as well as, towing capabilities. The Ford Explorer also features intelligent 4 AWD offering drive modes for snow, mud, and sand among others. 

There is one engine option for the Kia Telluride. The vehicle has a V 3.8-liter engine with an output of 290 horsepower and a torque of 262 pound-ft. Telluride has a maximum towing ability of 5,000 lb and is pretty powerful and fast. Although one can also drive in slippery and snow conditions in the Kia Telluride, one would feel more confident while driving the Ford Explorer while off-roading. 

The Ford Explorer and Kia Telluride offer a cargo space of 87 cubic feet. However, Telluride offers more space for passengers. It also has more space for the 3rd-row seats. On the other hand, the Ford Explorer has a better interior. It also offers more convenience features such as tri-zone auto climate control and an inbuilt grader door opener. 

Visit Tallassee Ford if you want to know more about the Ford Explorer. They have one of the largest car lots in Tallassee, AL. 
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Five Things Every Car Owner Needs 

Whether you are buying a car for the first time or are an experienced owner of an awesome car, there are some things that every car owner needs for a safe drive. These things ensure that your car stays efficient even many years after purchase.

Monthly Cleaning
A thorough cleaning every month keeps your car in top shape. Thorough cleaning gets rid of dirt, dust and debris that could otherwise damage the paint. A clean car makes you feel good about your vehicle.

Key Vehicle Documents
As a car owner, you must carry some important documents in your car. These include:
  • Vehicle manual
  • Registration and insurance papers
  • Car service receipts
  • Emergency contact details
Remember to replace your old insurance with the new copy in case you have renewed recently. You are required by law to carry these documents while driving. They ensure smooth travel as well.

Important Tools
A set of handy tools help you handle emergency situations such as a car breakdown or a flat tire.
  • Always have a tire jack, lug wrench, and spare tire packed together, as each needs the other to work. If your car has locking lug nuts, pack in a lug nut key as well.
  • A tire pressure gauge is a handy little tool to ensure that your car tires are always in good working condition.
  • Under-inflated and over-inflated tires can interfere with tire traction and make riding difficult. Monitor tire pressure regularly and maintain them at required PSI levels for safety and performance.
  • Jumper cables are a lifesaver if you are stuck with a flat battery.
  • Have duct tape around to handle leaks, breaks, and other unexpected damages that need instant fixes.
  • Include a strong flashlight, road flares and car hammer too in the tool kit.
Emergency Kit
An emergency kit is a must-have, and especially so if you are traveling with kids. You can prepare your own kit by adding in medical essentials such as bandages, plaster, gloves, antiseptic ointment, gauze pads, and scissors.

There are reliable and affordable readymade car emergency kids that you could buy.

Regular Maintenance
Regular maintenance is important to keep your vehicle's basic components efficient. Such components include engine oil, coolant, power steering and brake fluids, tire pressure, wiper blades, air filters, and brake pads. Periodic maintenance is also an opportunity to detect car issues before they become expensive repairs.

As an authorized Ford dealer Tallassee, Alabama, our Tallassee Ford dealership can guide you with expert advice on car maintenance. We are only a short drive away from Wetumpka, Montgomery and Auburn. Get in touch with us to know more about our service and attractive deals at Tallassee Ford in Alabama.

Five Engine Noises That Require Immediate Attention

As a vehicle owner, you may encounter different engine noises. Some sounds are normal and wear off on their own. There are other noises though that require immediate attention. Ignoring such noises can compromise the safety and performance of your vehicle.

Roaring Noises Emerging During Acceleration
Sometimes, noises emerge only during acceleration. These noises start as small sounds when you press down the gas pedal and gradually increase. If you feel any pulsing sensation or vibration as soon as you hit the gas pedal, then it is also a cause for concern.
The noise could be due to damage to the exhaust system or the transmission system.

Knocking Sounds
Knocking noises present themselves as low deep sounds, or a ping. These noises could be due to any worn-out component in the engine. Knocking usually turns worse as you accelerate.

Hissing Sounds
Hissing noises can occur due to several reasons - an overheated engine, a plugged exhaust system, or a closed catalytic converter. Hissing noises can also emerge when there is a leak in the engine system, which is causing engine fluids to enter hot exhaust components. Such leakage can damage your engine and even cause fire hazards.

Chirping Noises
A chirping noise can be due to a loose or damaged serpentine belt. It may sometimes become necessary to replace the belt.

A Popping or Rumbling Sound
If a rumbling noise occurs when you are accelerating, then it could indicate a hole in the muffler. These noises can turn dangerous when they cause harmful fumes to enter the passenger compartment. Popping sounds could be due to fuel injector leaks, which can result in damage to the engine, poor emissions, or an increase in fuel intake.

A Ticking or Clicking Sound
Some engine components such as camshaft, rocker arms, and timing chains produce a ticking or clicking sound as they work, which is normal. But, if such ticking or clicking is becoming louder gradually, then it is a cause for concern.

If you have not refilled oil for some time now, then engine components may start to wear out or underperform, which could be causing the sounds. If the problem persists even after a refill, then contact an expert immediately.

If you hear any of the above noises, visit our authorized service center in Tallassee, AL, immediately. We are only a short drive away from Auburn, Wetumka and Montgomery.
If you are searching for a "Ford dealer near me" to get rid of your engine problems, then visit us. Our experienced mechanics can fix your engine and offer expert advice on vehicle maintenance.

Can the new Ford Mach E compete with Tesla?

Ford announced in December last year that they were entering the electric vehicle market with the Mustang Mach E in late 2020. Till now, Tesla has dominated the emerging electric vehicle market, and their new release, the Tesla Model Y, is also set to be launched in the second half of 2020.

The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, has already congratulated Ford on entering the EV domain, but how well does Ford's Mach E compare to Tesla's Model Y?

The Mach E and the Model Y share a number of features and specifications that make them quite similar to each other:
  • The Mach E is expected to complete a 0-to-60-mph acceleration somewhere in the middle range of 3 as revealed by Ford. Meanwhile, the Model Y can achieve 0-60 mph in 3.5 secs.
  • Both cars are priced similarly. The Mach E starts at $43,895 and goes up to $60,500, depending on the trim you choose. The Model Y starts at $39,000 and can go up to $60,000 too. So both extend multiple options when it comes to their variants.
  • The Mustang Mach E will access car updates over the wireless network, give you the ability to connect your smartphone to the vehicle, and have driver assistance features in the form of Ford's Co-Pilot 360. Models from Tesla have long since made these features standard. Tesla also provides an intelligent driver-assist in their offerings using Autopilot.
  • Both cars will have a 15.5 inch screen inside for your viewing pleasure.
Aside from these similarities, there are some important differences:
  • The Model Y gives you 168 miles of mileage for every 15 minute of charge at one of their many Supercharging Stations. The Mach E gives you 47 miles after charging for ten minutes, which is still quite impressive.
  • It will be easier to charge the Tesla Model Y as they have already developed both their Supercharging Stations as well as built other charging locations across America. The Mach E is the first electric vehicle from Ford, and building a large charging infrastructure for electric vehicles could take time.
Nonetheless, Ford has taken a brave step towards making sustainable energy commonplace. A trusted brand that many people have come to build a connection with over the years, the Mustang Mach E not only competes with Tesla but also provides a glimpse into a future where more manufacturers produce EVs. 

Visit Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, AL for more insights on the Mach-E. We're in the vicinity of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka too.

Designed for Control: All-New 2020 Ford Expedition

The all-new 2020 Ford Expedition is not just a full-size SUV, but it's also a rugged and sophisticated beast. Its interiors are vast and the acceleration quite swift. The cabin takes your breath away, and the large SUV offers an excellent ride. Best of all, it comes with an in-car sling TV.

The 2020 Ford Expedition is suitable for everyday commute and it has, in fact, laid down the benchmark for all SUVs of a similar size. The Expedition is available in the XLT, Limited, and Platinum as well as King Ranch trims. Even the base XLT model scores high on safety, utility, as well as style.

Powered by an excellent V-6 engine capable of churning 375 horsepower, the Ford Expedition's engine is coupled to a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Within the cabin, an excellent touchscreen infotainment system supports both Apple CarPlay as well as Android Auto. There's also a jazzy audio system, and with features like adaptive cruise control and cooled front seats, this baby is certainly designed for comfort. 
Inside, there are made-for-comfort seats with charging ports and cupholders. There is also an automatic emergency braking system, which is offered as a standard feature on all trims, including the base model XLT.

The Expedition accommodates up to seven passengers, and in addition, it has huge space for cargo. If you are looking for a large SUV offering serious utility without the glam, the Expedition is meant for you. It also has a bench in the third row. 

Behind the bench, there's 19.3 cu-ft of expanse in the standard XLT version. In the Max model, there's as much as 34.3 cu-ft behind the third-row bench. You can also fold the second-row seats to get up to 79.6 cu-ft of area.

As for safety, the 2020 Ford Expedition passes the federal crash-test with a score of 8 out of 10. There are also numerous safety technologies in this SUV including blind-spot monitoring and the aforementioned automatic emergency braking as well as active lane control.

Now that you know what to expect from the all-new 2020 Ford Expedition, go ahead and visit the nearest dealer in Tallassee, AL, serving the cities of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka to see what the fuss is all about.

Ford Fiesta vs. Honda Fit

Sporty hatchbacks are both affordable and in style thanks to the Ford Fiesta and Honda Fit. These are compact sedans that come at a similar price range. But when talking about pure style, the sporty vibe of the Ford Fiesta makes it stand out.

Both the Ford Fiesta and Honda Fit use a front-wheel-drive (FWD) driveline. The Honda Fit equips a 1.5-liter Inline-4, while the Ford Fiesta boasts a 1.6-liter Inline-4 engine - slightly better than the Honda Fit. The Honda Fit produces 130 horsepower and 114 pound-ft of torque, while the Ford Fiesta generates 120 horsepower and 112 ft of torque. The lower horsepower actually gives the Ford Fiesta a more responsive feel than the Honda Fit.

The Ford Fiesta is built for anyone looking for a compact sedan that appears breathtaking and performs well. The Honda Fit offers good fuel efficiency, but the Ford Fiesta is the better car for city living. Its dimensions and narrow shape will help you make and manage time through the hustle and bustle of city traffic.

The Honda Fit has good storage space in the passenger area when compared to the Ford Fiesta, but this comes at the expense of passenger capacity. The Honda Fit has a second row equipped with 'Magic Seat' features. 

When you lie the passenger seats flat, you get cargo space of up to 52.7 cubic feet. In comparison, when the same seats are stowed in the Ford Fiesta, you get a total of 25.4 cubic feet of expanse. However, lying the seats down reduces the five-passenger capacity that both these have and brings down both comfort as well as leg space for any passengers who prefers to sit at the back.

The Ford Fiesta makes provisions for cargo space within the car without reducing the level of comfort, however. The car is also available in various appealing colors, and when compared to the Honda Fit, the Ford Fiesta definitely provides more street impact.

Both the Ford Fiesta and Honda Fit are amazing vehicles available at an affordable price range across car dealerships in Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka. However, if you are looking for a compact sedan built for city life, the Ford Fiesta is perfect.

Take a Closer Look at Ford's Manufacturer Warranty
Every Ford vehicle purchased from a dealership lot comes with a Ford Manufacturer Warranty of three years or 36,000 miles. Before you go out and buy a Ford vehicle, it pays to take a closer look at the Ford manufacturer warranty to know all that is covered. Also, if you intend to drive your Ford for more than 36000 miles or three years, you should find out how you can protect it after the warranty expires.

Every new Ford comes with a standard Limited Warranty that safeguards you against the costs of replacing a malfunctioning part. The warranty also covers defects in workmanship for a majority of components.

The Bumper-to-Bumper warranty backs you up for three years/36000 miles. This warranty is extensive and comprehensive as it covers you for everything, except a few specific parts found in certain Ford models.

The Powertrain warranty covers you for defects in the engine, transmission, or front-wheel or rear-wheel-drive as well as for 4WD and AWD.

The Safety Restraint Warranty, on the other hand, covers you for defective seatbelts and airbags.

There's also a Corrosion Warranty that protects you against rust damage or corrosion of the body panels or car frame as long as such harm is not caused by wrongful driving.

If you own a diesel vehicle, the Ford Diesel Engine Warranty covers you for a direct injection engine as well as specific engine parts. These include the engine and the cylinder block as well as intake and exhaust manifolds and timing equipment.

The Ford Manufacturer Warranty reimburses you for defective parts in the emission system of your Ford.

Finally, the Ford Manufacturer Warranty covers you for roadside assistance for five years/ 60,000 miles. This coverage includes the cost of towing your vehicle to the closest Ford dealership, changing a flat tire, fuel delivery, and jump-starts.

The Ford Manufacturer Warranty does not fall under the scope of maintenance parts and labor. It also does not cover you for standard wear-and-tear or damage caused by an accident or collision.

Now that you have an idea about the Ford Manufacturer Warranty, go ahead and check a Ford dealership in Tallassee, AL, serving the cities of Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka.

Ford Service Credit Card


Ford has been well appreciated across the world when it comes to new technologies for the benefit of customers. In keeping with this strategy, Ford has developed a new type of service for its customers, called the Ford Service Credit Card. So Ford lovers in Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka, take note.

This service credit card helps their buyers avoid the financial strain associated with adequate maintenance of their vehicles. Here is a more in-depth look at what this entails for you:

What does this Service Credit Card do?
You can make use of this credit card across all participating Ford dealerships across the country for all of your automotive needs. The services included under this card include the likes of:
  • Tires
  • Accessories
  • Repairs
  • Maintenance
You can pay back this amount in small installments across a number of months in the future. This shall ensure that you take charge of the maintenance of your vehicle without worrying about the financial strain it might cause you. 

What is the associated interest?
You can adopt this service for either a 6-month or 12-month term. You will have to decide the duration while you are purchasing a service from any dealership across the country.

When you utilize the 6-month period, no interest will be added to the purchase amount if the sum is repaid in full within six months of the purchase date. This will be applicable only for purchases exceeding the low limit of $199.

When you adopt the 12-month period, no interest will be appended to the purchase expense if you repay the total value within 12 months of the purchase date. This will be relevant only to purchases surpassing the $499 threshold.

However, if you fail to return the entire purchase amount within the selected period, only then will you be charged further interest. This interest amount can vary from one dealership of Ford to another. Please contact your chosen vendor for more details on this. 

How do I apply for this card?
The application process is quite simple. You can either apply for it online, where, based upon your past credit score and our straightforward process, a decision will be made within minutes. You could also choose to apply in person in one of our participating dealerships across the country. 

Please do not hesitate to visit your closest dealership in case you require more details. 

2020 Ford Explorer Fuel Economy 


The Ford Explorer has long been one of the most beloved cars across global markets in the full-size SUV segment. The 2020 Explorer has been revamped, and one of its most essential developments is the increment in the fuel economy of the car.
Ford has taken the wishes of its customers into account and created the most fuel-efficient Explorer yet. A few critics claim that the Explorer might just be the most frugal full-sized SUV amongst rivals across the world. Let's take a closer look at the fuel economy of the Ford Explorer across its variants. 

2020 Ford Explorer Base 

The base model of the Explorer comes equipped with the 2.3-liter turbo 4 engine along with a 10-speed automatic transmission. For the rear wheel model of the base trim, the ratings measured up at 21 miles per gallon in the city, 28 mpg on the highway, and a combined score of 24. 

For the all-wheel-drive model, there is a slight decrease in the EPA numbers of the car. The estimates stood at 20 mpg in the city, 27 mpg on the highway, and a combined 23 mpg. 

2020 Ford Explorer Platinum Trim 

The platinum trim of the 2020 Ford Explorer has been equipped with the powerful 3-liter twin-turbo V6 engine along with the 10-speed automatic transmission. For the rear wheel model of the platinum trim, the ratings averaged at a modest 18 miles per gallon in the city, 24 mpg on the highway, and a combined 20 mpg. 

In the all-wheel-drive variant, we again see a slight dip in the ranks. It measures out at 17 mpg in the city, 23 mpg on the highway, and a combined rating of 19 mpg. 

However, for the power processed by the engine of the 2020 Explorer and its sheer size, these evaluations are nothing short of amazing. If you are looking for a car that happens to be the fittest combination of comfort, power, and frugality, the 2020 Ford Explorer has been designed for you. 

Want to check out the 2020 Ford Explorer in Tallassee? Drive down to Tallassee Ford, just a short trip away from Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka. 

Ford Launches SYNC 4!


Ford was among one of the first automobile manufacturing companies in the world to create an infotainment system to control media and connectivity in a vehicle. This infotainment system, aptly named Sync, did away with knobs and buttons and introduced tiny touchpads and touch screens for commanding various aspects of the entertainment system. 

Since its establishments almost a decade ago, Ford has continuously worked on its Sync to continue adapting it with the changing times. If the Sync wasn't steadily developing, it might go redundant and wouldn't act as a value-adding feature to the customers of Ford. Now, in 2020, the Sync infotainment system is about to enter its fourth generation, called Sync 4. 

The various new features of the Sync 4 are as follows:
  • Different display and usage according to the vehicle - The look of Sync 4, along with its capabilities, will differ from one model of Ford to another. However, what will remain standard across all its variants is its primary motive - to make life easier for the driver of the car while entertaining all the other passengers.
  • According to experts, the two primary types of display for the Sync 4 will be a 12-inch touchscreen display or a 15.5-inch touchscreen display. 
  • Learning from past usage - With your usage patterns, the Sync 4 has been programmed to learn in order to improve upon suggestions and keep track of changing preferences. 
  • Connectivity with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay - The Sync 4 will also allow for connection with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with the help of wireless Bluetooth connectivity or through a USB cable. 
  • Regular Updates - Ford has decided to undertake regular updates for the Sync 4 system to prevent any lags and bugs from affecting the innovation. 
  • Owner's Manual - For the owner of a new Ford vehicle, figuring out the infotainment system might be a bit of a puzzle and can take quite some time. Keeping this in mind, Ford has designed a manual detailing the precise usage and specialties of Sync 4. 
Would you like to experience this feature for yourself? Come over and visit us at Tallassee Ford in Alabama to check it out. 

2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty Towing Capacity


Ford unveiled the F-Series Super Duty pick-up truck towards the start of 2020, and fans were extremely excited about this revamp. The Super Duty 2020 has been rumored to bear the maximum towing capacity among all its competitors in the heavy-duty pick-up truck segment. However, like with all pick-up trucks in this division, the towing capacity of the Super Duty 2020 is heavily dependent on axle ratio, body style, and engine.

Let us take a look at all the variants of the Super Duty Pickup Truck:

Diesel Variant
The only model in the Super Duty series to run on diesel, this model has been equipped with a 6.7 liter Power Stroke engine. It generates up to 475 hp of power for the vehicle, along with a torque of about 1.050 pound-feet. When it comes to towing capacity, in the case of gooseneck trailers, the towing capacity of the Power Stroke diesel stands at 37,000 pounds. This falls to 32,500 pounds with fifth-wheel towing, and for conventional hauling, the figures equate to an extraordinary 24,200 pounds. 

Base Gasoline Model
If you are not looking to buy a diesel vehicle but are still looking for good towing capacity, the base Gasoline model of the Super Duty series is for you. This variant has been equipped with a 6.2-liter V-8 engine that supplies the car with a punch of up to 385 hp and a torque of 430 pound-feet. The towing potential associated with this version is about 7,850 pounds across all types of tugging methods. 

Premium Gasoline Model
If you prefer a premium vehicle with a superior towing range, this variant has been built for you. The trim has been equipped with a 7.3-liter V8 engine, which can supply the car with 430 hp and a torque of 475 pound-feet. The towing capacity associated with this model is about 9,750 pounds. 

Would you like to check out the new 2020 F-Series Super Duty Pick-Up? Are you currently residing in the city of Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka? Take a short drive to Tallassee Ford, located in Tallassee, AL.  

What to Expect on the 2020 Ford Bronco

The 1966-born Ford Bronco is the first SUV to leave a profound mark on Americans. This heavy-duty 4x4 machine is all set to make a comeback with a series of new additions. While this beauty went off the market in 1996, it still remains in our hearts. 

The anticipation is almost unbearable, and Ford has kept us guessing about what we can expect in the all-new 2020 Ford Bronco. Tallassee Ford offers you a sneak peek into what you can expect when the 2020 Ford Bronco is released in Montgomery, Auburn, and Wetumpka.

To start with, you can be sure that this icon will continue to serve as a great off-roader. There is no doubt that its body-on-frame 4x4 build will be able to conquer even the toughest terrains of 2020. So, if you are looking for a thrilling off-road adventure, this mid-size 4x4 SUV is the perfect vehicle for you.

We can confirm that some of its new features will include an Air Roof, rear axles, and a solid front.

From the sneak peeks we have gotten of the 2020 Ford Bronco, we expect that it will be quite similar to the Ford Everest, with a tapered roof and a spare-wheel-mounted back.

The new 2020 Ford Bronco model will take the capabilities of previous versions up a notch. So, the base model should produce anything above 325 horsepower and a healthy bit of torque. Will Ford make the EcoBoost engine part of the 2020 Bronco? 

There are hints that you can expect a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that produces 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque and that this will be paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. 

Will there be a hybrid Bronco? That is certainly a possibility. Keep watching this space for more information by Tallassee Ford.

If you'd like to be the first to know about the arrival of the 2020 Ford Bronco in Tallassee, AL, make sure you get in touch with Tallassee Ford at the earliest. You certainly wouldn't prefer to miss out on such a milestone!

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What Should a Basic Ford Service Include?

A basic vehicle service in Tallassee, AL, is essential to maintain the performance and longevity of your car. Professional assistance can identify issues early and fix them accordingly, making your car safe and efficient on the roads.

Though the components of a basic service may vary from provider to provider, here are some common elements:

Your car uses many fluids depending on its type. Some conventional fluids are engine oil, coolant, windscreen washer fluid, battery electrolyte, and clutch and brake fluid. Maintaining these fluids at the right level is vital to keep your car running smoothly.
A basic service checks all these fluids and replaces them if necessary.

Under-inflated and over-inflated tires pose the risk of tire blowouts, excessive tire wear, and tread and tire separation. Tires need to be maintained at the pressures specified in the manufacturer's manual to prevent premature tire wear and ensure a safer and smoother ride.

Tire checks include wheel alignment checks. If your car is being pulled to one side while driving, then wheel misalignment could be a possible reason, and it needs to be rectified at the earliest.

Wiper blades undergo wear over time. They can also be prone to damage if your area experiences harsher climates. A basic service checks wiper blades and recommends a replacement if necessary.

Replace blades if windscreen visibility reduces or if the blades are damaged or worn out.

A clogged air filter sends impure oil to the engine, which affects engine performance. Heavily clogged filters need to be replaced immediately. If you travel on dusty roads often or are a frequent stop-and-start driver, then your air filter may need regular replacements.

A battery may need a replacement if it is old. The terminals need to be checked for corrosion, and the battery fluid needs refills if needed.

A professional car service uses top-quality distilled water for fluid replacement and ensures that the fluid is not overfilled.

Spark plugs are the components that ignite car fuel and start it. They need to be replaced after 30,000 miles roughly. You can also refer to your manual to know when to replace the plugs exactly.

If you are in Wetumpka, Montgomery or Auburn, visit us for a basic car service. We are conveniently located in Tallassee, AL. As an authorized dealer, we offer the best service and at discounted rates.

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High Performance on the 2020 Ford Mustang

At the very heart of a Mustang is its performance. The 2020 Ford Mustang a popular sports car on the roads of Montgomery, Auburn, and Wetumka. And we here at Tallassee Ford are quite excited about this model. 

With performance that is hard to match, the 2020 Mustang has a revved-up oomph factor that outshines previous models. 

The Mustang has always been known for its power-packed delivery, and the all-new 2020 Ford Mustang provides an unimaginable level of performance. According to Ford, this is the most potent production with the quickest acceleration. 

The 2020 Mustang is fitted with a never-seen-before 5.2L supercharged V8 that works seamlessly with the first-ever dual-clutch TREMEC 7-speed transmission (standard on the Shelby GT500). 

Multiple modes give you the freedom to shift from one gear to the next at a supersonic pace. The integrated launch control (designed especially for tracks) ensures you reach ground-breaking speeds faster than ever before. 

The 2020 Ford Mustang has four more engines you can choose from - the 2.3L EcoBoost that delivers 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque; the 5.0 Ti-VCT V8 engine that delivers 460 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque; the 5.0 Ti-VCT V8 BULLITT engine that delivers 480 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of tire-squealing torque; and the Shelby GT350 5.2L NA Ti-VCT V8, with a flat-plane crankshaft that delivers a whopping 520 horsepower and 429 lb-ft of torque.

The 2020 Mustang is fitted with a MagneRide Damping System - the largest brake rotor to be equipped in any Mustang. A new active valve performance exhaust ensures you get the full sound effects of its powerful 5.2L V8 engine.

The 2020 Ford Mustang's 10-speed architecture ensures optimum ratio progression and performance, but it also brings in fast and precise upshift and downshift capabilities.

Mounted shift paddles ensure you get the full experience of driving the 2020 Ford Mustang in Tallassee, AL, without taking your hands off the wheel.

The 2.3L High Performance Package is a first-of-its-kind and packs in the performance of an active valve performance exhaust, unique chassis tuning, heavy-duty front springs, and the super-powerful EcoBoost engine.

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Great Vehicles For Traveling Long Distances

Be it summer or winter, you want to make the best use of your break time by hopping on a drive to the countryside. You pack your bags and kids, put them in a car, start the engine, and zoom! Off you go. That sounds like an exciting plan, but having a car that suits your travel style will be a cherry on the cake.

Here are a few vehicles you should consider if driving long distances across Tallassee, Montgomery, Auburn, and Weptumka is your thing:

The Ford Fiesta has a capacity of five passengers in a 4-door sedan. Safety features in the Ford Fiesta include dual-stage airbags for the protection of all passengers as well as side-curtain airbags. 

A 1.6-liter engine, which produces 120 horsepower, propels the sedan. Besides, several comfort features in the cabin, like automatic temperature control, a navigation system that can also be voice-activated, a power moon-roof, an MP3-capable AM/FM stereo, and more, make journeying over long distances seem effortless. 

The Ford Fusion has sophisticated vehicle-assist technology and boasts a 2.5L i-VCT engine that produces 175 horsepower and a torque of 175 lb-ft. The EPA fuel economy ratings for the Ford Fusion are 31 MPG (highway) and 21 MPG (city). 

Automatic dual-zone climate control, an LCD screen sized at 8 inches, Sony's 12-speaker audio system, and a Personal Safety System for all passengers, including dual-stage and side-curtain airbags, ensure you're safe on your long drive. 

The Ford Expedition is a large SUV capable of carrying up to eight people conveniently with premium trims and plenty of cargo space, which is perfect for long road trips. The Expedition's Co-Pilot system promotes driving through multiple warnings, such as blind-spot monitoring, forward collision alert, and much more. 

The Ford Expedition is operated by an EcoBoost 3.5-liter engine that produces enough horsepower to be used satisfactorily while traveling on any road comfortably. With access to a premium B&O Sound System, which pumps 1,100 watts of sound from 12 speakers, you can ensure top-notch entertainment on your long drive. 

Visit Tallassee Ford to check these out for yourself.

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Winter Advisory: How to Be for Harsh Road Conditions

With winter ready to set in. Preparing your vehicle for the season is critical to ensure a safe drive. Harsh winter conditions make roads slippery and accident-prone.

Here are some ways to make your winter smooth and stress-free:

Invest in winter tires
Solid tire grip is key to maintaining good traction on roads during winter. One way to ensure this is to invest in good-quality winter tires. Winter tires help maintain a solid grip. They have solid tread patterns and soft rubber elements.

Check vehicle tire pressure often
It is natural for tires to lose pressure during winter. (Permeation). Low tire pressure will weaken steering actions. This is risky when driving on winter-slippery roads.

Maintain slow speeds
The stopping range of your car can weaken as a result of poor tire friction during the winter. A smooth halt is not possible under such conditions. It is wiser to keep your speed to at least half of that mentioned on the speed limit board for this reason.

Tips to be safe on slippery roads:
  • Maintain lower speeds
  • Avoid sudden stops
  • Keep slow around corners
  • Maintain enough separation with the vehicle ahead
Always keep your gas tank at half full
Check your gas often and maintain it at a half-full level. This way, your vehicle will not let you down when you need it the most and prevents the risk of getting stuck.

Schedule a winter service
A complete winter service by a professional is critical. A professional service checks all key vehicle issues that can be risky for a winter drive. These include:

  • Damaged windshield and wiper blades
  • Inadequate antifreeze in the engine
  • Insufficient tire tread and tire pressure
  • Defroster working condition
  • Low battery
  • Oil changes
  • Belts and hoses
  • Brakes
  • Exhaust system
  • Ignition
  • Visibility of vehicle lights, including brake lights, headlights, taillights, and turn indicators.
Looking for professional and affordable car maintenance near Auburn, Montgomery, and Wetumpka? Visit Tallassee Ford today and don't forget about our winter service deals in Alabama!
Newest Features on the All-New 2020 Ford Explorer

Are you looking to buy a 2020 Ford Explorer in Weptumka, Montgomery or Auburn? If yes, you've come to the right place. At Tallassee Ford, we are reputed dealers of the 2020 Ford Explorer in Tallassee, Alabama and serve Auburn, Weptumka, and Montgomery.

Currently, we are gearing up for the release of all the new upgraded Ford Explorer line-up. The new features that will soon be available will make your car stand out from the crowd. 

So, what can you expect in terms of additions?

1. Brand new engine options to power your drive
The 2020 Ford Explorer range of vehicles get more powerful this year with four new engine options. There's also a 10-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission with SelectShift® technology - which really makes this car a performance car.

2. Reimagined exterior and interior designs
If you're coming to see or test drive a 2020 Ford Explorer in Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka, don't be surprised if the car looks a little different. 

The car's exteriors are getting some minor overhauls, and you'll notice brand new active grille shutters, a rear bumper protector, a power liftgate, and a roof rack side rail. You'll also find the car in 6 modern and fresh color options on the market. 

The interiors too have received some changes. The ActiveX™ seats take comfort to the next level by shaping themselves to your body. Brand new sun blinds have been added to the second row - they were only available in the first row till now. 

There's a wholly upgraded instrument panel on the dashboard. The rotary gear shift dial and a tri-zone electronic temperature control system also make an entrance to the vehicle. 

3. Addition of state-of-the-art technology
The entire range of 2020 Ford Explorer vehicles, across trim levels, are being fitted with entirely new and top-class technology solutions. These three packages - Premium Technology Package, ST Street Package, and ST Track Package - not only increase the capabilities of the car but also improves its safety features.

If you'd like to test drive the 2020 Ford Explorer, visit our Tallassee Ford near Auburn. We also serve Montgomery and Weptumka. 

Ready for Action: The All-New 2020 Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is a tried and tested vehicle, and 2020 brings brand new upgrades to the lineup, making the truck more customizable than ever before. Ford's use of aluminum alongside steel frames to build a strong support base for the vehicle gives the Ford F-150 both strength and durability.

 The 2020 Ford-150 range not only brought more color upgrades, but also came with massive improvements in its design as well. Pairing six engines with their 10-speed automatic transmission creates quite an experience on the road. 

The Ford F-150 also has a large payload specification and boasts a towing capacity that can reaches 13,200 lbs. If you're in Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka, you can purchase a 2020 Ford F-150 from Tallassee Ford in Alabama.

The 2020 Ford F-150 models
The Ford F-150 is available across different price ranges. Starting from the XL, which is the most accessible in this range, the price increases with the XLT and the Lariat, followed by the King Ranch, Platinum, Limited, and Raptor.

This year, the XLT was given a host of upgrades in order to make comfort while traveling accessible to the less expensive models as well.

Upgrades and new features of the Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 comes equipped with six engines and either a 6 or 10 speed automatic transmission. The truck is both turbocharged and has been port-fuel/direct-injected. The new variant also comes with a 3.5L Ecoboost that gives the truck up to 375 in horsepower and 470lb-ft when it comes to gas torque.

The 2020 upgrades also include a 3.0L Power Stroke Turbo Diesel V-6 for the XLT as well as higher models. The Lariat will feature Ford's Co-Pilot360, which is a driving assistance software built into the model.

The cabs are available in regular, extended, or four-door. You can also opt for either an 8-foot bed, a 5-foot-6 bed, or a 6-foot-6 bed. The models primarily make use of V-6 engines, although you can also choose a 5.01 V8. 

The V6 engines perform much better and are available as either a 3.3l base engine, a 2.71 turbo-6 engine, or a 3.5l turbo V-6 engine. The cars also come with standard safety features, a storage box, USB and charging points, power plugs, touchscreens, and other basic amenities.

The All-New 2020 Ford Escape Has Arrived in Tallassee!

Launched in 2000, the Escape is a compact crossover vehicle by Ford. The model has captivated the imagination of drivers around the world. Although an SUV, it still delivers an exceptional sedan-like ride quality. 

The Ford Escape features tons of cargo space. The engine operates is quit, which improves the experience.

If you are a Ford fan, we have some great news for you - the latest version of the Escape is out. The 2020 Ford Escape is what every car aspires to be. Fast, stylish, and performance oriented. Below, we take a look at some notable aspects about the 2020 Ford Escape in Tallassee, AL.


When comparing to other SUVs in the market, the 2020 Escape takes the bulls by the horns. The 2020 Ford Escape contains a 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine. with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Auto-Start-Stop technology contributes to sustainability while keeping your wallet happy. Also, AWD Disconnect helps reduce drag. Drive modes (Slippery, Eco, Deep snow/sand, Normal, and Sport) put the power in your hands. This helps you customize every drive. Furthermore, the 2020 Escape has a decent towing capacity of 3,500 lbs.


The 2020 Ford Escape keeps the evolving needs of modern drivers in mind. The car features a range of advanced in-car technologies:

For example, sync 3 which puts your favorite features. such as climate control and enhanced voiced recognition, at your fingertips.

The available FordPass Connect allows you to access many features:
  • Start/stop/lock/unlock
  • Remote start scheduling
Waze technology connects you to other users. This facilitates seamless exchange of information related to traffic and road conditions.

Ford+Alexa helps you go hands-free when accessing various settings and capabilities.

The 2020 Ford Escape comes equipped with Ford Co-Pilot 360. this feature provides a suite of advanced-assist features.
  • BLIS
  • Pre-Collision Assist
  • Automatic Emergency Braking

BLIS alerts you to vehicles in your blind spots. Pre-Collision System and Emergency Braking alert when you're behind a vehicle too close.

If you fail to react to these alerts, the system may right away apply the brakes.


Just Arrived: New 2020 Ford Fusion


The 2020 Ford Fusion in Tallassee, AL, comes with plenty of styling, spunk, and character. It's also quite a safe and well-equipped value when compared to other mid-size sedans. 


You can choose from three different gasoline engines as well as two hybrid drivetrains and all-wheel drive. If you're looking for a versatile mid-size sedan, the fusion is your go-to. It's also the only member of its class to offer all-wheel drive. 


The car comes with a 2.5 liter inline-4 cylinder as standard. You can upgrade to a 1.5 liter or 2.0-liter turbo if you'd like. 


If you're interested in the hybrid, you should know that it incorporates a battery pack as well as an electric drivetrain along with a gas 4-cylinder. The Energi plug-in model, moreover, can putter on for 25 miles on electric power.


The 2020 Ford Fusion boasts a gorgeous 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. Additionally, Waze navigation is built right into the system and uses your smartphone for data. 


The seats are plush and comfortable, and long rides are a breeze in this model. Safety is handled spectacularly with the Fusion scoring well in crash tests, be it those of the IIHS or NHTSA. The also car comes with active lane control and automatic emergency braking as standard.


How does it perform?


The base Fusion S's 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder produces 175 horsepower. The SE and SEL trims offer better toque and acceleration with the 1.5-liter turbo 4, which cranks out 181 horsepower. 


If you're interested in the best that the 2020 Ford Fusion has to offer, the 2.0-liter turbo-four that cranks out 245 horsepower is where the excitement begins. All the engines pair to a 6-speed automatic transmission, which makes all of them a treat to drive.


If you live in Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka and would like to know more about the 2020 Ford Fusion in Tallassee, AL, make your way to Tallassee Ford. The sales representatives will be happy to listen to and answer any questions that you might have about the spectacular model.


Sharp and Furious: New 2020 Ford Mustang

If you were to ask the average American about their favorite muscle car in Tallassee, AL, chances are that will begin talking about the Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang is one of the most recognizable cars of all time, and rightfully so. With the 2020 Mustang, Ford has genuinely made the Mustang, the best all-around model of the 21st century.


What's new in the 2020 Mustang?

Ford has given the four-cylinder Mustang a better engine and track-ready equipment. The new High-Performance package adds a 330-hp EcoBoost four-cylinder as well as some bits from the V-8 Mustang. However, the EcoBoost handling pack is only available for installation on the coupe.


The High-Performance package turns the four-cylinder Mustang into a beast that rocks your socks off. Shorter lap times do guarantee a unique suspension tuning and other add-ons. Additionally, the FordPass Connect smartphone app and redesigned 17-inch wheels on EcoBoost models are now standard. 


You can also get four new colors across the entire Mustang lineup. These shades include the Iconic Silver, Twister Orange, Red Hot Metallic, and Grabber Lime.


How much is the new Mustang?


The EcoBoost model is available for purchase for as little as $27,765. The GT is available for $36,725, while the Bullitt has a price tag starting at $48,905. The available performance packages breathe a new personality into the powertrain and compete with Camaro's track-ready variants.


The Bullitt gets 19-inch wheels, a customizable digital gauge cluster, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, leather upholstery, as well as a fantastic infotainment system as standard. 


How does the Mustang perform?

The turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder is powerful enough to challenge the old V8 Mustangs. The GT models have a V8 engine that cranks out 460 horses of power. Both of these can pair with a six-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic transmission. 


If you live in Montgomery, Auburn, or Weptumka and would like to know more about the 2020 Ford Mustang, head on over to Tallassee Ford, the sales representatives will be happy to answer any questions that you might have about the monstrous 2020 Ford Mustang in Tallassee, AL.


Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Test Drive


Test driving a vehicle is indeed the best way to find out about your compatibility with a new car before purchasing it. The process requires plenty of thought and planning to ensure that you make the right choice. Here's how you can make the most of your test drive in Tallassee, AL.


Choose a car that is ideal for you.


Before setting out, it would help to identify and understand your expectations. The new car should be fit your lifestyle in the best possible way. 


If you wish to buy a sports car or an SUV to take along on off-roading adventures, you will need to choose a model that's powerful enough to withstand steep terrain. Similarly, if you're on the lookout for an environment-friendly variant for urban driving, you can find plenty of electric cars to suit your needs. We suggest you select the most critical requirements from the below list before deciding on the perfect Ford.


Tips to remember before a test drive


  • Firstly, plan out your test drive in advance. For this, you can choose the day when you have no other engagements.
  • It is better to call the dealership in advance and book an appointment for a test drive on the shortlisted day and time.
  • Once at the dealership, remember to ask the salesperson all about the vehicle and its features. Ensure that the car has a majority of the requirements you desire.
  • Test drive the vehicle on terrain that you know you'll be driving on. You can best assess an SUV only on rugged surfaces to understand the real prowess of the car. Similarly, if you are looking for a fuel-efficient model, you will need to know how the car drives on city roads and highways alike. 
  • If you are buying something for the entire family, ensure that it has plenty of seating as well as the latest safety and driver assistance features. 


Test driving a vehicle will always give you more confidence before you spend on the big purchase. You can test drive a Ford car of your choice at Tallassee Ford in Tallassee, Alabama.


Mustang Claims Title of Best-Selling Sports Coupe in the World 

Here's some great news for Mustang owners in Tallassee! If you didn't know this already, the Ford Mustang claimed the title of the Best-Selling Sports Coupe in Europe for the fourth straight year. Ford Mustang celebrates its 55th year and sports enthusiasts are toasting its fourth consecutive win.

Ford sold 113,066 Mustangs up until last year. The Ford Mustang in Auburn is easy to obtain and is one of the most loved cars. As of 2018, the Mustang was available in 146 countries according to Ford sales data. 

If you are looking for a Mustang in Montgomery or any other city in Alabama, you won't have a problem finding a brand new one. It's the same case in places like Tallassee and Wetumpka. You can find several dealers for a Ford Mustang in Wetumpka, Montgomery, and Auburn online.


In the United States alone, Ford sold 75,842 Mustangs in 2018. Since the beginning of this year, Mustang sales have shot up by more than 27 per cent. Since 2015, over 500,000 6th-Generation Mustangs have been sold worldwide - 45,000 in Europe alone.

 Until 2015, the Ford Mustang was relegated to North American buyers alone. Today, however, the European markets for the Ford Mustang include

  • Britain
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Czech Republic
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Germany
  • France
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Netherlands
  • Italy
  • Ireland
  • Switzerland
  • Sweden
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Spain
  • Norway


What makes it so popular?

Ask a Mustang owner about why they think the Mustang is so popular, and they will tell you about the potential of its V8 engine. As Ford President, Jim Farley, puts it, "Nothing says freedom, the wind in your hair, and the joy of driving like Mustang; it's an icon." 

The Ford Mustang sure is an icon, and the new Ford Mustang's 2.3L High Performance Package has some exciting upgrades. It boasts a 330-horsepower 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with a larger twin-scroll turbo compressor. It also has a sizeable radiator for better cooling. 

The new model also has an active exhaust with quad tips. So, what does this all mean? You get an extra dose of 20 horsepower and a torque of 350-pound feet.


Ford Earns Most J.D. Power APPEAL Award


Ford has done it again! This year, it has won the greatest number of best-in segment awards at the 2019 J.D. Power U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout Study (APEAL) Awards. No other brand or company won as many awards. On the whole, Ford bagged 5 of the prestigious APEAL awards.

If you're looking to purchase Ford cars in Tallassee, read on to know more about the award-winners!


The Ford winners are:

  • The Build Ford Tough pickup truck won the midsize, large light-duty, and the heavy-duty segments.
  • The Ford Ranger won the Midsize, the F-150 won the Large Light-Duty, and the F-Series Super Duty excelled in the Heavy-Duty Trucks category. This is the third consecutive year that the F-150 has won in this segment.
  • The Ford Expedition won the Large SUV segment for the second straight year.
  • The Ford Navigator also took the top prize in its segment.
  • Lincoln Navigator won the Large Premium SUV segment for the second year. It continues to hold a prestigious place in the top three models in the industry.


Ford has been making use of its deep customer insights to ensure it adds smart features accordingly. Hau Thai-Tang, Ford's Chief Product Development and Purchasing Officer, said that the awards reaffirmed that they were making the "right choices."

With a total of 820 out of 1000 points, the giant automobile manufacturer scored four more points than it did last year.


About J.D. APEAL Study

The J.D. APEAL study measures a new owner's emotional attachment to their automobile and also the level of excitement exhibited across 77 different types of attributes. These range from the power they feel when they step on the accelerator to the comfort and luxury they feel when they get into the driver's seat.


This year, the study was based on the responses of around 68,000 new-vehicle buyers. The survey was conducted after three months of ownership of their respective vehicles.


About Ford Motor Company 

Ford Motor Company is a global automobile manufacturer headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, that manufactures a range of sedans, SUVs, Lincoln luxury vehicles, and electric vehicles. It employs around 194,000 people worldwide and also provides financial services through the Ford Motor Credit Company.

Are you looking for Ford pickup trucks in Tallassee? Contact us for more information.


Ford Co-Pilot 360 Features


The Ford Co-Pilot360 is a suite of advanced driver-assist technologies. Ford has added an impressive array of capabilities to the Ford Co-pilot360. The best part - all these features are now standard with every automobile that offers Ford Co-Pilot360. 

So, if you are planning on buying an automobile with Ford Co-Pilot 360 Features in Montgomery, you are in luck. The Ford Co-Pilot 360 features in Auburn Fords are easily available too, as is the case with Ford Co-Pilot 360 features in Wetumpka Fords.


The Best Ford Co-Pilot360 Features

Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection 

The Pre-Collision Assist uses cameras to detect any potential collision with a pedestrian or vehicle. A warning sound is emitted to warn the driver. If the driver does not take action, brakes are automatically applied to prevent or reduce the impact of a collision when the car is moving forward.


Lane Keeping Assist

 Through steering wheel vibrations, the driver is alerted when the car veers away from a lane. If the driver does not respond, the system automatically applies steering torque to assist the vehicle back to the center of the lane.


Reverse Camera

When you shift the car to reverse, the rear-view camera on the dashboard is activated. So, back up easily with the camera guiding you on what's directly behind you.


Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert

One of the most useful offerings of the Co-Pilot 360, this feature illuminates a warning on the side mirror (left or right) when it senses a vehicle in the blind spot. So even if you are attempting to change lanes, you needn't worry about vehicles you might not see - the BLIS system has you covered.

The Cross-Traffic Alert system will detect and warn you of any vehicles behind you when you are backing out of a parking lot.


Some Ford vehicles with Ford co-Pilot360 available in Montgomery, Auburn, and Wetumka

Currently, the Ford Co-Pilot360 system is standard in some automobiles. But Ford has promised to make the system and other safety technologies standard in all cars, SUVs, and trucks that are rolled out of the production line in future.


Buckle Up! Ford Ranger's Smart Seatbelt Technology

Every car owner knows the importance of a seatbelt. Not only is it a safety feature, but it's also one of those equipment that's necessitated by the law. Ford understands the importance of seatbelts, and instead of just letting it be, it has added new seatbelt technology to ensure that you are buckled up safe.

The new belt monitor safety technology in the Ford Ranger is especially useful for families with young children. The innovation constantly monitors seatbelt usage for both the front as well as the rear passengers. If a belt is undone, the system lets the driver know which belt unbuckled. 

The smart seatbelt technology lets the driver ensure the safety of all occupants without taking his/her eyes off the road. 

Ford's electrical systems engineer, Paul Kula, said that the company wanted to make sure that everyone who put on a seatbelt kept it on. He also said that Ford hoped that this endeavour to make the Belt Monitor standard in the Ford Ranger gave drivers that extra peace of mind.

What makes the Ford Ranger's smart seatbelt technology different from any other seatbelt technology?

While other seatbelt systems monitor the use of seatbelts only as the driver starts pulling away from the curb, the Ford Ranger's seatbelt system stays alert throughout the ride. Also, the system's sensors scattered throughout the cabin let the driver know which seatbelt was removed. The driver can then alert the respective passenger to buckle up again.

Now, the 2019 Ford Ranger in Tallassee is not just any other off-roading adventure machine. With its added safety belt technology, it is also a much safer vehicle with its standard smart driver-assist technologies. This just goes to show that Ford is committed to passenger safety and not just the driver's protection. 

The Smart Seatbelt Technology is standard in the Ford Ranger in Montgomery as well as the Ford Ranger in Auburn. The smart seatbelt technology is also available in Wetumpka Ford Rangers. 

The ranger's seatbelt monitor is the first rear seatbelt reminder system used by Ford in its trucks. The Ford Expedition and the Lincoln Navigator already sport the Belt Monitor. However, Ford has said that it hopes to ensure that the technology is available for its entire North American line-up. 


Simple Tips For Protecting Your Vehicle In The Summer

Come summer and your Ford could take a beating from Tallassee's oppressive heat. Here are some summer protection tips Ford recommends.


Check the strength of the coolant. If the coolant level is low, your Ford could overheat. Never check the radiator's coolant level when the engine is hot - steam and boiling-hot coolant could spurt out and burn you. Instead, wait for your vehicle to completely cool down before checking the coolant. While water is an effective liquid to add with your coolant, antifreeze along with the coolant will protect your Ford's radiator from corrosion.

Air conditioner and cooling fan

Ensure the air conditioner blows cold air and is working efficiently in hot weather. If the air conditioner is not blowing cool air as it should, there could be a leak or your vehicle may be low on the refrigerant.

Ensure the cooling fan works when you turn on the air conditioner to the maximum. If the fan does not come on, you may need to replace it. A defective fan motor will cause your Ford's engine to overheat. Before changing the fan, ensure the electric and relay connections are working properly.


Have you noticed how hot the dashboard gets when you leave your Ford out in the sun? Protect your Ford's dashboard from heating up by parking it in the shade. Use a windshield sun protector to keep your car cool and also protect it from damage. Install seat covers to ensure the expensive leather seats are protected from the heat and also to keep the seats cool. Leather seats should also be treated with a conditioner to prevent tears and cracks that are caused by intense heat.


The surging heat of Tallassee during the summer months can cause the paint to crack. Wash your Ford often and ensure you dry it completely after every wash.  Washing your Ford regularly and dabbing it with a soft cloth will remove summer dust that settles on your car and scratches the paint. A coat of wax will protect your Ford from ultraviolet rays.

Follow these quick and easy tips to keep your Tallassee Ford cool and in good condition.

Ford Safety Features

Safety and security are features in any vehicle that can change a buyer's decision regarding a purchase. When it comes to Ford automobiles, the manufacturing giant has always gone out of its way to ensure that every one of its models is packed with the latest and the best safety features.

Ford Safe and Smart Package

The Ford Safe and Smart Package that's standard in some models of Ford, such as the Ford Escape 2019, includes:

Front rain-sensing windshield wipers - These sensors are driver-assisted and ensure rain does not get in the way of your vision of the road.

Blindspot information system with cross-traffic alert - The blind spot information system uses radar sensors to detect vehicles in your blind spot. Indicator lights in the relevant exterior mirrors warn you of these vehicles. The cross-traffic alert uses radar sensors too to detect vehicles behind you when you are reversing. The system sends you visual/audio alerts to alert you of any vehicles that are up to 15 yards from you.

Adaptive cruise control - You have full control in deciding the distance you want to maintain from the vehicle ahead of you. When traffic slows down, the system alerts you and the vehicle automatically slows down to ensure the distance you set is maintained.

Forward collision warning with brake support - The system will warn you of any potential collision with a vehicle in front of you. In case you don't react in time, the brakes will power up and provide full responsiveness when you do break.

Lane-keeping system - When you choose the lane-keeping system alert, the system automatically alerts you when you drive your vehicle out of a lane. The steering wheel vibrates to get your attention and get you back on track when you drift too close to a lane marker. The Lane-keeping aid mode will then automatically guide you back into the lane. You can combine both the modes and the steering torque will first be activated before the steering wheel vibrates to get your attention.

These are just some of the safety features Ford has added to its new cars to ensure you and your loved ones are safe.

Comparing Trim Levels of 2019 Ford Edge

The 2019 Ford Edge is available in four models or trim levels, with each outdoing the other in specs and trims. Available as the 2019 Edge SE, 2019 Edge SEL, 2019 Edge Titanium, and 2019 Edge ST, each model has something different to offer. Here is a brief comparison of these trim levels.


The SE (basic model), SEL, and Titanium trims have the same Twin-Scroll 2.0L EcoBoost engine that delivers 22 mpg within city limits and 29 mpg on the highway. The ST sports a standard 2.7L V6 EcoBoost engine that gives 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.


The first three models - SE, SEL, and Titanium - also have front-wheel drivetrains, while intelligent all-wheel drive disconnect is an option. The ST has a standard AWD drivetrain.

Advanced technology

The SE, SEL, and Titanium trims have standard intelligent access with push-button start, electric power-assisted steering, torque vectoring control, and remote keyless entry system. The SEL, Titanium, and ST models also sport the SecuriCode keyless entry keypad.

Wireless charging pad, remote start system, hands-free, foot-activated liftgate are optional in the SEL model but standard in the Titanium model. Also, the ST model offers a wireless charging pad, remote start system, and hands-free, foot-activated liftgate features as options.


The basic SE and SEL models are fitted with a standard AM/FM stereo. A premium 9-speaker audio system is available for the SEL model, and the Titanium and ST models come fitted with a standard B&O premium sound system by Bang & Olufsen.

Ford Co-Pilot Technology

All the models of the 2019 Ford Edge are fitted with Ford Co-Pilot that includes auto high-beam headlamps, wiper-activated auto-lamps, rain-sensing wipers, a blind-spot information system with cross-traffic alert, lane keeping system, traction control, auto start-stop technology, hill start assist, SOS post-crash alert system, roll stability and curve control, and rear view cameras.

The SEL and Titanium models come with standard adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go. In addition, the Titanium model has several available systems such as park assist, evasive steering assist, and a front 180-degree camera with split view and washer.

The Titanium and ST offer the same Ford Co-Pilot Technology features.

AWD vs. 4WD vs. 2WD Vehicles

When buying a car, one of the decisions you have to make is whether you want an AWD, 4WD, or a 2WD drivetrain in your vehicle. Each of these systems has its own advantages and is created for specific terrains. Understanding how they affect driving will help you buy the right car.

AWD or all-wheel drive implies that the engine feeds power to every corner of the car. AWD can provide greater traction during acceleration. Power is driven to either the front set or rear set of wheels. So if there's any slippage of one axle, the power is diverted to the other axle. AWDs are common in SUVs, some types of cars, and also in minivans.

  •        Driving on sloppy and uneven road conditions
  •       Driving on minimum to moderate off-road terrains
  •       Driving through sand, loose gravel, mud and other loose surfaces
  •        Driving through rapidly changing conditions
  •         Driving through ice and snow

4WD or four-wheel drive is often confused with all-wheel drive, but they aren't the same. True, they both engage all four wheels, but in the four-wheel drive the transfer case connects to the transmission and splits power between the rear and front wheels.

Four-wheel-drive systems have low and high gear ranges. The new variants are either full-time 4WD, automatic, or part-time 4WD. Vehicles that sport a 4WD part-time system have the disadvantage of not being fit for dry pavements when in this mode. 4WD is also most often used on large SUVs designed for off-road driving.

  •        Driving through deep water
  •        Climbing over rocks and boulders
  •        Climbing steep hills

2WD or two-wheel drive is a drive system in which either the front wheels (FWD) or the rear wheels (RWD) are driven. RWD is ideal when you want better performance. However, they don't do very well in bad weather conditions. On the other hand, FWD is good for driving in bad weather conditions.

  •        Driving through mild climates
  •        Driving through places with little or occasional snow or rain

Choose the drivetrain wisely. While you might not notice the difference while driving, you don't want to end up with poor performance or poor gas mileage because you ignored the drivetrain. Visit our showroom today and start test driving your next new Ford! Our team at Tallassee Ford is available and ready to help!