The oil that is used in the engine is considered to be the blood of the car. Ford recommends getting an oil change every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or every four months, depending on what comes first. Performing routine oil changes is essential to keep the vehicle operating well with proper lubrication. Some cars that take synthetic oil can undergo oil changes every 7,500 to 10,000 miles. Check your owner’s manual for more information.
The Ford Fusion has been a very popular sedan for years now. It is in its second generation, which made its debut back in 2013. This year, the Fusion eliminates the V6 Sport Trim to focus on the other two turbocharged engine options as well as the standard 2.5-liter option. Other than that, very few changes were made to this well-loved vehicle.
Backseat Drivers are Stopped by Ford Driver Assist Technology
Driver-assist technology, such as emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring, is designed to help drivers stay safer on the road. However, it might have another side effect that is just as helpful. Ford recently conducted a study to see what effect the technology might have on back-seat drivers. Back-seat, or even passenger seat, drivers are those who offer their unsolicited opinions on your driving. Understandably, many drivers find this annoying and distracting.