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The 2018 Subaru Outback: What's Your Family Driving?

When you head out onto the road with your family, you want to give them a positive experience. When you drive a Subaru Outback, you get the best of many worlds. With two powertrains and four trims available, the Outback possess some strong through lines. The Outback's interior Is nice and roomy, with seating for five. It also offers plenty of cargo space, making sure you have room for the groceries.

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2017 Ford Focus RS is a Hatchback for the Performance-Minded Motorist

Here at Jensen Dealerships, we have half a mind to pronounce Ford's hot hatchback, the 2017 Focus RS, one of the very best we've ever encountered.

However, it's not typically our tack to play favorites. So, rather than ramble on about it, we thought we'd share the following video.

Ride out with AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika, as he explains what makes the Focus RS so special:

No doubt its finest feature, the Focus RS is propelled by a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine.

Pairing with a six-speed manual transmission and standard all-wheel drive…

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Ford F-150 Continues to Impress After 40 Years

Happy 40th birthday to the Ford F-150!

Just in time for this momentous occasion, Autotrader put together a list of the hottest cars of summer 2017 (the top ten vehicles on the site with the most search activity).

Any guesses for what the top vehicle on this list might be?

It's the Ford F-150, which seems to be doing an excellent job of continuing a long history of popularity that started when it was born.

Since the pickup truck's inception in 1977, it has garnered the affection of countless drivers, earning awards and accolades aplenty over the years…

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Finding Your Budget

The beginning of the journey to a new vehicle should start with setting a budget. You need to take your monthly income, and subtract your monthly expenses from it. This will leave you your maximum possible monthly payment for a vehicle. It's ok to be under this number, that will leave more money for other monthly expenses that could come up, but going over it means you will end up owing more than you make.

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Grueling IIHS Safety Tests Mean a Safer Subaru for You

You may know already that Subaru models equipped with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology earn IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK distinction, but what does that entail?

How do you know if vehicles like the 2017 Subaru Legacy or 2017 Subaru Forester are actually safe cars for families?

Let us give you the rundown on what the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety puts vehicles through in order to see if they are worthy of the TOP SAFETY PICK title.

Five IIHS Crash Tests

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Subaru Models with EyeSight Earn IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK

Imagine if you could always have a buddy in the front seat to help you keep an eye on the road. When you drive a new Subaru model equipped with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, you get almost exactly that, minus the fighting over what music you get to listen to.

EyeSight is designed to give you what are basically extra eyes on the road and another foot on the brake pedal in the form of smartly-placed cameras and an automatic braking system.

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Wash Your Car Effectively in Five Easy Steps

Washing your car does not need to be a difficult and tedious job especially if you have a right equipment.

First, use a high-pressure water hose with a spray nozzle to try and take all the dirt off you can. Don’t forget to wash those hard-to-get parts around the tires where a lot of road salt gets accumulated and works to corrode the body of your vehicle.

Then, soap the car generously with a car-washing brush and leave it to soak for a minute, so the dirt and bird-droppings can soften up.

Rinse it with a pressured water and…
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Change Mass Air Flow Sensor for Better Fuel Economy

Everyone loves to save money at the gas pump. However, many drivers are unaware of simple tasks that they can complete to boost their fuel economy and save big on gas. One of these is to inspect and change the mass air flow sensor when it becomes dirty.

The mass air flow sensor measures the air flow entering the engine and sends the information to the engine computer that regulates fuel injection. When this becomes dirty, it sends incorrect information that can cause more fuel to be burned than is necessary. It is important that drivers who want to boost…
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