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1st Drive: 2019 Ford F-150 King Ranch 4x4 SuperCrew



In this episode of 1st Drive, Angelique gives her first impressions of this 2019 Ford F-150 King Ranch 4x4 SuperCrew 5.5 Box with FX4 package. 
 
This truck boasts Ford's 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine and is equipped with the following options: equipment group 601A luxury; King Ranch chrome appearance package; technology package; and trailer tow package.

?For full details on this truck and more, visit https://www.smailford.com/new-inventory/index.htm?search=&model=F-150&saveFacetState=true&lastFacetInteracted=inventory-listing1-facet-anchor-cab-1
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WyoTech "Shagadelic Cruisin' Van" Custom 2016 Ford Transit - First Gear


Super fun to explore this custom 2016 Ford Transit for this episode of First Gear. This retro-styled "Shagadelic Cruisin' Van" was created by a team out of WyoTech Blairsville, based on an actual 1970s Ford design. Their custom creation has retro features like shag carpet and even a disco ball, but also includes modern amenities like television screens, a 20-speaker sound system, and customized lighting. And if you watch to the end, you might even catch David Fedor dancing to the Bee Gees! SmailFord.com for more.
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First Gear - 2017 Ford Edge Titanium - Review and Test Drive

?I explore and test drive a 2017 Ford Edge Titanium in this episode of First Gear. Not only does this SUV have one of the largest panoramic rooftops I've seen, and one of the most unique secret compartments, but it also has a feature that I've always wanted to test. So watch this video to find out what it is, I apologize if I get too excited.

For more information, check out SmailFord.com, and our First Gear playlist.

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2017 Ford Fusion - Smail Ride Along - Virtual Test Drive


Take a test drive in the new 2017 Ford Fusion in this Smail Ride Along with sales consultant Ralph Kercheval.

One of the biggest differences for the 2107 model is the removal of the classic gear shifter, replaced instead with a knob to select P, R, N, D or Sport. The emergency brake is now also fully electronic, no lever or foot pedal.

You'll hear about and see many features and functions in action, including automatic stop/start, touch screen features with phone and music, electronic power assisted steering, sport mode, sync 3, 911 assist, and more.
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