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The Gold Standard Remains with The Tech Features in The All-New Ford Taurus

If you are in the market for a new sedan that has all the styling, comfort, safety, quality, and reliability of an industry leader, then you should have a good hard look at the all-new 2018 Ford Taurus. The Taurus is a known commodity in the industry, long known for setting the bar high for the competition.

And drivers of the all-new 2018 model will also enjoy a long list of cutting-edge technology features that include things like:

If these are features that you want on your next car then head on over to Sturman & Larkin Ford Inc. and test…

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Why Tire Pressure Matters: A Mechanic's Opinion

The correct tire pressure is necessary for driving safely. If you get a warning light that your tire pressure is out of wack, then you should fill your tires and see if that fixes the issue. In some cases, you may have tire damage or a leak that needs to be patched before you can drive safely on the road again. Otherwise, you will continuously lose tire pressure.

Tire pressure changes with the weather as well. It's typical to lose some tire pressure over time, but if you find that your tires are going flat after driving every day…

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The Productivity Features In The All New Ford Super Duty Will Help You To Work More Efficiently


Pickup truck drivers who need an absolute workhorse of a vehicle have long been depending on the Super Duty from Ford. This is a truck that can easily handle just about anything that you can throw at it with ease.

For the 2018 model year, drivers of the all new Super Duty will also benefit from all of the productivity related features that are available, including:
  • BOXLINK™ with LED box lights
  • Ford's SYNC 3 voice recognition system
  • Power tailgate release
  • Remote locking tailgate
  • BLIS® with cross traffic alert and trailer tow
  • 110V/400W AC inverter outlet
  • 6 upfitter switches…
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The All New 2018 Ford Flex Is A Vehicle That Is Tech Loaded For The Driver


Technology is playing a larger role in the automotive world now more than ever. Drivers are requiring more and more from their vehicles and Ford has taken this into consideration. This is very evident in their all new 2018 Flex.

The all new Flex from Ford offers drivers many technology features that include:
  • AdvanceTrac® with RSC®
  • Available SYNC® 3 with Apple CarPlay ™ and Android Auto ™
  • BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Navigation w/SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link®
  • 3.5L EcoBoost® Engine
  • Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Active Park Assist
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Choose a Ford F-150 Whenever Performance Really Matters

The Ford F-150 is a popular pickup truck you want on the road when performance really matters. It screams class, cutting-edge technology and capabilities you never thought possible in a pickup truck. Visit us at Sturman & Larkin Ford Inc. and check out the latest models.

The new F-150’s towing ratings are best in its class. The Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ offers features not found on other half-ton pickups, including deployable box side steps, and an integrated tailgate step along with remote tailgate release.

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The Ford Escape Offers Some Fantastic Technology Features

The Ford Escape is one of the best compact SUV's on the market today. Between its fuel efficiency and all of the capabilities that come along with being an SUV, drivers get to experience the best of both worlds. The Escape also has exquisite styling, world-class safety features, and the rugged dependability that Ford has long been known for.

To see all of these features in person along with everything else that the Escape can offer you, come and take one for a test drive here at Sturman & Larkin Ford Inc. in Pittsburgh!.

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Tires Make The Car Go 'Round And 'Round

Tires are made out of rubber, metal, and a handful of other materials. All tires have tread, or indentations and patterns cut into the surface of tires. Without this tread, you could more easily hydroplane, slip on dry or wet roads when turning, and stand a higher risk of tire failure or accidents while driving.

In the United States, tire tread is measured at intervals of 1/32 inches. It’s time to replace tires when they reach just 2/32 inches of tread. However, contemporary manufacturers and mechanics suggest changing them at 4/32 inches in length.

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