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2018 Ford Focus

Don’t wait to buy a new Ford Focus. The last of them are rolling out of dealerships and into people’s driveways as we speak. So if you know you want to buy one, get out there and get one now. If you’re still on the fence, read this article to make up your mind, but read fast! The 2018 was the last model year for the Ford Focus in domestic markets. Once they’re gone, they’re gone for good.

2019 Ford Taurus

Some people like their nimble commuter cars—agile, narrow, and parking lot-friendly. We can definitely see the appeal. But there is another class of car that is stately, spacious, comfortable, and strong. Large cars, like the 2019 Ford Taurus, get you where you want to go in style and with a straightforward confidence and prowess that smaller cars can’t hope to match. What’s more, the Ford Taurus is eminently affordable, especially for a car this size.

2020 Lincoln MKZ

Lincoln is the luxury arm of the Ford brand, and the Lincoln MKZ, built on the same platform as the Ford Fusion, is Lincoln’s flagship luxury sedan. You’ll be impressed by its long list of features and its affordability considering its a luxury car. If you’re in the market for a luxury car, the 2020 Lincoln MKZ gives you a lot of bang for your buck. This is meant to be a preview of the new model year, but aside from a few changes to the list of standard and optional equipment, the 2020 MKZ carries over unchanged from its previous model year. So, we’ll focus on the strengths of the Lincoln MKZ and why it just might entice you to buy one.

2020 Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion is a versatile midsize sedan that comes in lots of configurations and trim levels so the Fusion can meet your needs, whatever they might be. If you want a hybrid, there are two engine options to choose from. Should you need all-wheel drive, the Fusion has that too. Trim levels range from basic to near-luxury. Tack on to that a spacious cabin and comfortable seats, and the 2020 Ford Fusion has something for everybody.

2020 Lincoln Corsair

Maybe you never saw yourself driving a luxury vehicle. But if you find yourself appreciating the technology, styling, and quality of a top-tier trim on some of the general brands, you might want to consider it. And, with the debut of the all-new Lincoln Corsair, there has never been a better time. This luxury compact sport utility vehicle starts at just $35,945, which is well below most in its class, while still providing some of the best value out there. We’ll introduce you to the Corsair, and why it should be your first luxury vehicle ever.

2020 Ford Mustang vs Chevrolet Camaro

We’re not going to beat about the bush. The 2020 Ford Mustang is superior to the Chevy Camaro just about any way you look at it. They’re both pony cars, have the same length, and unsurprisingly, neither one has much of a back seat. But the similarities stop there. That’s where the Ford Mustang pulls ahead in this street race to the finish line. We’ll lay down the track here and let you decide for yourself in this comparison article between the finest of car matchups.

2020 Lincoln Continental

If a luxury car is what you are looking for, the 2020 Lincoln Continental is the car for you. With comfortable seating for 5, the latest tech, a smooth hands-free experience, and plush interior amenities, the Lincoln Continental goes above and beyond to give you an amazing ride.

2020 Ford Mustang

Add a dose of adrenaline and iconic American style to your daily drive in the 2020 Ford Mustang.

2020 Lincoln MKZ vs Cadillac CT4

The 2020 Lincoln MKZ and Cadillac CT4 are two of the biggest names in American luxury, making it tough for even discerning Michigan drivers to choose just one. On top of their smooth, swift performance, both upscale sedans shower you with modern comforts and tech features. If you live in Perry or Owosso and you’re wondering which to choose, our comparison guide will help you decide which sedan is your best bet.

2020 Ford Fusion vs Nissan Maxima

Choosing between the 2020 Ford Fusion and Nissan Maxima? With their luxurious takes on family hauling, both of these midsize sedans are segment standouts. To help you decide which is best for your daily cruise around the Lakes Region, our comparison guide takes a closer look at each model.

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**Demonstrator Vehicles and out of service loaner vehicles, are still eligible for applicable new retail rebates and incentives. These vehicles are no longer considered new as they have been driven as demonstrators or have served in our service loaner fleet. The manufacturer Warranty of these vehicles may be different than the manufacturer of a similar new vehicle and may include more or less coverage depending on its use and Ford’s current policies. Please consult your dealer for current details of the warranty and incentives.