Venturing off-road seems to be something Ford drivers tend to love, even if the vehicle isn’t specially designed for rough terrain. As it turns out, the return of the Ford F-150 Raptor was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to more off-road-oriented vehicles. The Ford Expedition FX4 has also returned in style, with more capability than the standard model.
The Ford Expedition FX4 returns for the first time since 2003 and brings a vast array of updated equipment. Under the hood lies a twin-turbocharged V6 engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission that produces 375 hp. Four-wheel drive comes standard as well.
The upcoming off-road SUV boasts a retuned suspension and standard limited-slip rear differential for optimized traction and comfort. Seven protective plates cover vital components as well. The whole SUV rolls out on standard 18-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires.
More than 20 percent of Ford Expedition owners travel off-road in their SUV. As a result, the automaker expects the upcoming Expedition FX4 to appeal to the enthusiast in us all and make up 10 percent of Expedition sales. Pricing has yet to be announced, but stay tuned for more information.
We here at Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford are ready to hit the trails behind the wheel of the new Ford Expedition FX4!
Enjoying some fine entertainment, such as a concert, while eating dinner is one way to enjoy your meal. Taking part in a Detective Dinner Show is on a whole different scale. Enjoy a four-course meal as you work to solve the murder mystery throughout the evening.
Take part in solving a murder during the comedy dinner show where everyone is a suspect. Work your way through the web of mysteries to discover who the culprit is. There’s a Prize Package for the top sleuth and there’s no limit to who the guilty party is. You could very well end up at the same table.
The comedy show will put your mind to the test while you chow down on four delightful dishes. Voted the Best Dinner Show in more than 30 cities, the Detective Dinner Show offers something for those who enjoy a challenge with their meal.
The Detective Dinner Show starts at 7 p.m. on Fridays and 6 p.m. on Saturdays. Entry to the meal will cost $59.95. It all takes place at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, and there is no better way to get there than in a Ford. Don’t forget to bring your mystery-solving senses, as you’re going to need them!
We here at Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford hope to see you at the Detective Dinner Show very soon.
Lately, it seems like electric vehicles are a hot topic. With major players like Tesla and Chevrolet throwing their weight around in the segment, new electric offerings deliver a longer electric range than ever before. Ford recently confirmed rumors that the company was working on a 200-mile range EV of its own, tentatively referred to as the Ford Model E. While the EV isn’t expected to enter production until late 2019, Model E rumors are flying around in the midst of anticipation of more info.
Ford already has an electric Focus model, which offers a range of over 100 miles. However, that doesn’t seem to be stopping the company from striving for more. Not only will the upcoming Model E go head to head with the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt, but it reportedly will also feature hybrid and plug-in hybrid models for those who don’t just want an EV but the comfort and familiarity of a traditional gasoline engine as well.
Ford Authority adds its own speculation to the Model E rumors, stating it believes the vehicle will either be a midsize or compact car, which would place it underneath $40,000. Additionally, if the Ford Model E will be offering hybrid powertrains, it may be replacing the C-MAX in Ford’s current lineup.
Ford and Lincoln October sales looked extremely promising last month—especially for the luxury brand, which experienced its best October sales results in seven years.
Three Ford models stood out from the rest for their outstanding performances, including the Fusion, Escape, Explorer and Transit Connect.
Sales of the Fusion, one of our favorites here at Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford, totaled 22,846 vehicles, an increase of 5 percent that brought the car to its best-ever October sales performance since its launch back in 2005.
The Escape also posted its best-ever October with a 12 percent increase over the same month last year. Meanwhile, Explorer sales increased 6 percent, marking its best performance since 2004.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the Transit Connect also posted its best-ever October performance, with 4,068 vehicles sold, up 28 percent.
At Lincoln, it was the hot new MKC that helped lift the brand to its best October since 2007. With its best sales yet last month, the MKC helped Lincoln post a 25 percent gain and the brand’s best October results since 2007.