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Finally the review I have been working on since forever. This will be the first of many videos about this car.
In this video, I will show you how to get into test mode on recent Ford vehicles. Note that there is a mistake in the video, the DTCs reported are not OBD2, check engine light DTCs. There are no settings that you can change in my particular car. Still, do this at your own risk, as it is not a normal operation of the vehicle.
2019 Ford Focus New fourth-generation Ford Focus hatch to take on the VW Golf with a sharp design and updated tech Meet the new Ford Focus. One of Britain’s favourite family hatchbacks has been overhauled for 2018 to coincide with the Focus’s 20th anniversary. It’s got a brand-new look, more tech and toys, more trim options and a £17,930 starting price. With Volkswagen nabbing second place in the UK’s new car registration tables with the Golf last year, and arrivals such as the Kia Ceed and Toyota Auris just around the corner, Ford’s outgoing Focus was falling behind the times. As a result, the firm has retaliated with the fourth-generation Focus, which is on sale now ahead of September deliveries. The Focus range arrives with seven familiar trim levels: Style, Zetec, ST-Line, ST-Line X, Titanium, Titanium X and Vignale. The Style starts at £17,930 – lowering the entry point to the range by £2,300 compared to the previous generation. Further up is the sporty-looking ST-Line, which starts at £21,570. While drivers looking for the most luxurious Focus have the option of the Vignale – which opens the books at £25,450. In addition to this, there is a Ford Focus Active, which gives cars an SUV flavour with extra body cladding and a 30mm taller ride height. An estate version has also been launched, which, aside from the Active model, boasts an identical trim line-up. With the rear seats folded the estate offers 1,650 litres of carrying capacity – a touch more than a VW Golf Estate or Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer can manage, but slightly behind the cavernous Skoda Octavia Estate. Come late 2019, both the estate and hatchback ranges will be bolstered with warm ST versions. full review http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/focus/98262/new-2018-ford-focus-revealed-prices-specs-and-pics 2019 Toyota Corolla When Toyota showed off the new European-market Auris hatchback earlier this month, we had a feeling the car previewed the next-generation Corolla iM, but we couldn’t be sure. Today, Toyota confirmed that when it revealed the new 2019 Corolla Hatchback ahead of its New York auto show debut. Aside from looking almost exactly like the new Auris, the 2019 Corolla Hatchback is built using the same Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) that underpins its European counterpart. Toyota promises that when paired with a sport-tuned suspension, the lighter, stiffer TNGA platform makes the Corolla Hatchback more fun to drive. It’s also lower, wider, and longer than the Corolla iM it replaces. We wouldn’t necessarily call the new 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback gorgeous, but it’s certainly more attractive than the outgoing iM. The headlights are more expressive, and the body lines have a little more character than before. From the back, the angular taillights and curvy rear end give Toyota’s latest hatch a nice European look. The Corolla Hatchback gets its own version of the corporate mega-grille, and for better or worse, we see a bit of the Prius Prime in the front end. Under the hood, the Corolla Hatchback bucks the turbo-trend and gets a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. Power and torque figures aren’t yet available, but Toyota says it’s more powerful and fuel efficient than before; the 2018 Corolla iM produces 137 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque. Even with greater displacement, the new Corolla hatch’s engine is smaller, lighter, and more refined than the 1.8-liter it replaces. Power gets sent to the front wheels via a continuously variable transmission. Unlike conventional CVTs, this one gets a first gear to make low-speed driving smoother and more efficient. A six-speed manual is also available as an option. Inside, the styling sticks pretty closely to what you’d expect from Toyota. Materials and design details all look familiar, with the single stand-out feature being the infotainment screen. Instead of integrating it into the center console, Toyota mounted the 8.0-inch touchscreen higher up. That probably makes it easier to view, but it does have a bit of a “floating tablet” look. The infotainment package finally includes Apple CarPlay compatibility; non-Apple users are out of luck, however, since Toyota doesn’t still hasn’t added Android Auto. Full Review http://www.motortrend.com/cars/toyota/corolla/2019/2019-toyota-corolla-hatchback-first-look-review/
New Ford Focus 1.5L EcoBoost Turbo Sport AT 5 Door @1,099,000 Baht Trest Drive 0-100 Km/H
This is the 2017 Ford Escape S model. It is the Base model Escape and also the cheapest SUV Ford offers! This 2017 Escape S walkaround goes over all of the features and things that come with the Base model vehicle. What do you think? Video Gear We Use… 4K Camera - Sony AX100 - http://amzn.to/2nlLl3w 4k Camera - Sony RX10 mark ii - http://amzn.to/2nlGjE4 4k Camera - DJI Osmo - http://amzn.to/2mFwEex 4K Action Camera - GoPro Hero 5 - http://amzn.to/2nlNqfP Smartphone Stabilizer - DJI Osmo Mobile - http://amzn.to/2nlKrnI Drone - DJI Mavic Pro - http://amzn.to/2n77cdq Audio Gear We Use… Rode Video Mic Pro - http://amzn.to/2mFAHaJ Rode Link Wireless - http://amzn.to/2mFqxHa GoPro Microphone Adapter - http://amzn.to/2n8vfcB This is Town and Country TV! We are dedicated to showing you videos of all types of cars and trucks. We are a Ford Dealership in Birmingham Alabama, but we will never use this channel to try and sell you a car. We use our knowledge of Ford vehicles to show you great videos of the cars and trucks we get to work with! Make sure to subscribe to our channel! You will be glad you did! Subscribe to our Youtube channel --- http://bit.ly/WgHvlH Visit our Youtube Channel --- http://bit.ly/W7j8GJ Facebook --- http://on.fb.me/11ewgme Website --- http://bit.ly/VYa8UR Twitter --- http://bit.ly/1386a5z Town & Country Ford 5041 Ford Parkway, Bessemer, AL 35022 (205) 491-0000
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Time for your next Outrageous adventure! This 2018 Focus SE has an Outrageous Green Metallic exterior and a Charcoal black interior. The Winter pkg includes heated front seats, steering wheel and side view mirrors. Your all weather floor mats will help catch all the snow/mud. Be a head turner with your SE Sport Package which includes 17" machined aluminum wheels, foglamps, full body styling kit, select shifter and paddle shifters. Mykey allows you to program the key to a restricted driving mode setting that promotes good habits, such as increasing seat belt use, limiting vehicle top speeds and decreasing audio volume. Going in reverse is so much easier with your reverse camera system. Hop in and get away easily with your remote keyless entry and power code remote start system. If you have no credit, bad credit or rebuilding your credit let our finance specialist help you purchase the perfect vehicle. If you're from the mainland, we'll cover your BC Ferries fare with the purchase of a vehicle. We are BC’s #1 Rated Ford Dealer.
Vehicle pricing is net of all available and applicable Ford Motor Company of Canada discounts, which include delivery allowance, non-stackable cash purchase assistance and all other types of loyalty or cash alternative offers. If applicable, all CEVforBC cash rebates are applied to the purchase price of the vehicle. Vehicle may not qualify for sub vented APR financing because of the applied cash discounts. Price is plus $599 Dealer Documentation Fee and is subject to applicable taxes and levies. Dealer # 40142.