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Future Ford of Sacramento near Folsom presents the 2012 Ford Fusion near Folsom video.

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com 888-577-0454 Does having a powerful engine mean you have to sacrifice economy? The answer is no, if you’re driving a Ford Fusion. The 2.5L Duratec I-4 engine generates 175 horsepower and 172 lb.-ft. of torque, while delivering impressive city and highway mpg. And imagine getting 41 miles per gallon and being able to travel more than 700 miles on a single tank of gas in city traffic. That’s the kind of mileage you can expect to get in a Fusion Hybrid.


Future Ford of Sacramento near Roseville has the 2012 Ford Explorer near Roseville video.

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com 888-577-0454 Whether the road is filled with gravel, covered with ice or soaked by rain, the easy-to-use, shift-on-the-fly Intelligent 4WD System on the 2012 Explorer helps provide sure-footed traction. Intelligent 4WD is fully automatic, instantly delivering traction to the wheels with the most traction when wheel slip is detected. Working in concert with the 4WD System is the Terrain Management System, which allows you to easily shift on the fly into one of four settings to match the terrain you’re driving in. Take your pick of Normal, Mud-Ruts, Sand or Grass-Gravel-Snow.


Ford is building one of the first digital child crash dummies in the world. If only real kids behaved as well in the car.

DEARBORN, Mich., March 31, 2011 – Ford is beginning research into one of the world’s first digital human child body models that could someday serve as a digital dummy for computer crash testing with a goal of enhancing research of future safety technologies.

 “We study injury trends in the field, and we know that traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for people from age 1 to 34,” said Dr. Steve Rouhana, Senior Technical Leader for Safety, Ford Research and Advanced Engineering. “We want to better understand how injuries to younger occupants may be different.”


Did you know that Ford performs extreme road tests to help design their vehicles to handle the worst road conditions in the world?

DEARBORN, Mich., March 30, 2011 – Ford engineers know that not all roads are created equal. Some are pockmarked with potholes. Others simply consist of merciless off-road-like tracks. Only a blessed few roads around the world are kind to the vehicles driving over them.

Engineers know that too many drivers speed over four-inch-deep potholes or take turns too fast on cobblestone roads.


March sales of Fords fuel-efficient vehicles are 19 percent, while year to date sales increased 16 percent. Good work Ford!

DEARBORN, Mich., April 1, 2011 – Consumer demand for Ford’s fuel-efficient vehicles continues to grow as March sales increased 19 percent versus a year ago. Year-to-date, Ford sales totaled 496,720, up 16 percent.

“With gasoline prices eclipsing $3.50 a gallon, consumers are placing a high priority on fuel efficiency in every size and kind of vehicle,” said Ken Czubay, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service. “Customers are rewarding Ford for our investment in new products as well as more efficient engines and transmissions, which save them money at the pump whether they drive Fiestas or F-Series trucks.”

Ford offers 12 vehicles that lead their sales segments in fuel economy, including four vehicles with EPA certified 40 mpg or higher fuel economy ratings – a claim no other full-line automaker can match.