Good Owners Are Good To Their Vehicles

Good car owners treat their cars well; but that shouldn't surprise anyone. Every single car needs love and attention every once in a while. Our mechanics at Tyler Ford refer to this as your vehicle's routine maintenance, and sticking to it will help you out in the long run. Maintenance can be defined as providing your vehicle with the tools it needs to be successful. The tools include regular oil changes, battery checks, tire rotations and periodic inspections. A vehicle is only able to maximize its longevity if it has an owner who provides these regularly scheduled maintenance…

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Enjoy the final days of summer with the Ford Escape

Soon enough we'll see a shift from summer to fall, but before the air cools Tyler Ford thinks you might want to enjoy one last family trip with the Ford Escape. Why not end summer on a high note, making memories while traveling safely and comfortably?


No matter where you go, the Intelligent 4WD in the #FordEscape will help you get there.

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The Ford Escape is always our go-to model when we recommend crossovers. You'll get capability, space and all the features…

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Pay Careful Attention When Creating a Budget

To make the best decision possible on which new car to buy, you must make sure that you are buying one that you can afford. Knowing what is in your affordable range requires you to make a budget. Your budget will be what is left after you subtract your monthly expenses from your monthly salary. It is very important that you include all your monthly expenses or else you will end up owing more than you make.

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2017 Ford Escape Gets Two Thumbs (Way) Up from

Has your new-car search led you to the compact crossover class? Well, if so, your buds at Tyler Ford suggest you take a good long look at ours, the recently refreshed 2017 Escape.

And if you're at all wondering what it is that makes this SUV such a smart pick, we invite you to give the clip below a go. Here now with more on the latest Escape is reviewer Joe Bruzek:

Not one to skimp on the good stuff, the base S trim promises to be one of the Edge's most popular.

Standard features on…

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Ford Delivers a Doozy with Refreshed 2017 Fusion

Are you seeking a midsize sedan for your next vehicular purchase? Well, if so, we here at Tyler Ford would be downright delighted to introduce you to ours, the 2017 Fusion.

Why, though? Managing Editor Jodi Lai is here to provide an explanation; join her in the clip below:

Talk about tricked-out: the Fusion's top-tier trim -- the V6 Sport -- is all that and then some!

Standard features on this model include a brawny, 325-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, all-wheel drive, a unique grille, 19-inch wheels, quad exhaust tips, a rear spoiler, adjustable suspension dampers, leather ...

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My Car's Lights Dim When I Use My Turn Sgnals

When your lights dim when you use another electrical device in your car, your battery may be getting old. Batteries lose their ability to hold a good charge over a period of time. It is difficult to realize exactly how much we really use our batteries in our cars.

Our batteries are used for ignition, headlights, tail lights, radios, air conditioning, heating, turn signals --- you get the picture. If you experience a weaker cranking sound or a longer cranking period, your battery may need to be replaced.

You can take your car to your local dealer. They will check your…
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Rotating Tires Extends Tire Life

Rotating the tires on your car is a common recommendation for general car care. Mechanics will take the tires from the front of the car and put them on the rear axle and move the rear tires to the front. They also may alternate the passenger side tires with the driver side tires.

This action helps evenly wear tire traction extending the life of the tire. If the tires were left in one position, the treads on the tire would wear off on some of the tires faster than others. The way you drive may affect it as well as…
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