Why Drive Ford?

Whether you're looking for power, capability, comfort or style, Ford trucks are some of the finest on the market. We're not the only ones who think so either; the Ford F-150 has been the best-selling truck on the market for 40 years in a row. Drivers everywhere know that when they need a truck, whether for personal or professional use, there's nothing quite like Ford.


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460 Horsepower and 0-to-60 in Four Seconds: Reasons to Love the 2018 Mustang GT

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT will be a powerful new addition to the Mustang's long legacy. Equipped with a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, the GT will be able to produce 460 horsepower and 420 pounds-feet of torque. It will also be able to produce 7,500 RPM.

Capping off its power package will be the new Drag Strip mode. When Drag Strip is active, the driver will be able to accelerate from zero to 60 MPH in just four seconds. Drag Strip works by maintaining the car's high torque levels as the 10-speed automatic transmission shifts gears…

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Big Comforts for Big Families in the 2017 Ford Expedition

If you're the head of a big family always on the go, you need a big vehicle to keep you comfortable and in control; if you ask us, there's no beating the 2017 Ford Expedition full-size SUV. To give you a better idea of how amazing it is, you can see it compared against a main rival - the GMC Yukon - and discover the superiority of Ford's offering. With best-in-class towing capacity, a cavernous cargo area, and a 5-star crash safety rating from the NHTSA, nothing can keep up with it.


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Litchfield Drivers Loyal to SUVs

If there's one thing that drivers don't like to do, it's settle. That's probably why 66 percent of SUV drivers bought new SUVs when shopping for cars earlier this year. A good SUV is a car that doesn't compromise, delivering a combination of features that let their drivers handle anything.


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2017 Ford Fusion is a Favorite of Critics

Might you be in the market for a midsize sedan? Well, if so, we here at Litchfield Ford think you should have a good, long look at ours, the 2017 Fusion.

And why's that?

We now direct your attention to the clip below; here with more on all things Fusion is Kelley Blue Book Managing Video Editor Micah Muzio:

The default drivetrain on the S and SE models, the Fusion's 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is a delight.

Teaming with a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive, the base four-banger makes a healthy 175 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of…

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Bamboo: A Super-Plant and Ford's Latest Renewable Ace

Ford Motor Company has been working for over a decade to reduce its environmental impact and fight climate change by introducing renewable and plant-based materials. Every model in our new inventory contains some amount of plant—from the wheat straw used in the Flex, to the rice hulls in the F-150.

Currently, Ford is working on a new ace for its sustainability plan: Bamboo.

Think of bamboo as a super-plant. It can grow up to three feet in a day, and reach maturity in just two years. And unlike other fast-growing plants, its wood is strong—perhaps because it's…

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Is MPGe the Same Thing as MPG?

When you're buying a car—especially an eco-friendly hybrid—you want to know how efficient it will be. That's why every car comes with an EPA-rated MPG (miles per gallon) rating.

In recent years, you may have seen a second term showing up on electric models (like the Ford Focus Electric) and plug-in hybrids (like the C-Max Energi): MPGe.

What is MPGe? Is it the same as MPG?

Sort of. MPGe stands for Miles Per Gallon equivalent, and it measures how efficiently a vehicle uses electricity. The energy in electricity is converted into terms of gasoline, so it…

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AAA's 6 Tips for a Safer Road Trip

Spring is here! Many Litchfield motorists are already gearing up for summertime, planning out an exciting road trip for the whole family.

Before you go, however, AAA has some advice to keep you on the road.

  • Have your battery tested. Battery failure is one of the most common problems requiring roadside assistance, yet only a third of drivers test their batteries.
  • Check your tires...
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