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If you haven’t test driven a Ford Fiesta, head to Chapman Ford today and see how impressed you are by the power and responsiveness of the compact car’s 1.0L engine. That’s the same engine that has been voted “Best Engine Under 1.0-liter” for six consecutive years by the International Engine of the Year competition. Ford has won 10 International Engine awards for the popular motor since the contest launch in 2012. “Our 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine has been a game-changer, setting the benchmark for compact, fuel-efficient engines with sophisticated EcoBoost turbocharging, direct fuel injection and Twin-independent Variable Camshaft Timing technologies,” according to Ford VP Joe Bakaj “Even with 10 International Engine of the Year awards under our belt, we’re still finding ways to push back the boundaries of powertrain engineering, and deliver even more benefit to our customers from this acclaimed small engine.”

Fiesta a Fun Blend of Features

Whether you’re looking for sophisticated technology, near-hybrid fuel efficiency or just a fun-to-drive affordable ride that makes your daily commute more pleasurable, the Ford Fiesta is ready to serve. Offering both a 1.6L or 1.0L EcoBoost engine that earns a rating of 43 mpg on the highway, the Fiesta delivers a price-sensitive alternative to the hybrids that cost thousands of dollars more. “Customers want cars that are expressive and fun,” according to Ford executive Joe Hinrichs. “Fiesta delivers all the excitement drivers are looking for in a car we believe raises the bar even higher for small cars in North America.”

Perfect Car for People Who Like to Live

Starting at just $13,660, the 2017 Ford Fiesta offers seating for five and a sporty design that’s perfect for the modern commuter. Nimble handling and a finely tuned chassis delivers the ride and driving experience drivers have come to expect from Ford. Offered in both hatchback and sedan body styles, the Fiesta is versatile enough to be a perfect fit for the office carpools, ferrying kids to soccer practice or making the weekly warehouse grocery run. Choose the SE Appearance Package and you’ll get the SYNC 3 voice recognition communication system that responds quickly to your commands to change the music, make a phone call or respond to a text message. SYNC 3 pairs with your Apple or Android phone to utilize a limited number of apps, as well as take advantage of your phone navigation system to provide turn-by-turn directions to your destination. When it comes to advanced technology, the FordPass app makes your daily transportation needs much easier, allowing you to find and pay for parking, control some vehicle functions, and generally acting as a personal assistant for your driving needs. Stop by Chapman Ford today and see how the new Ford Fiesta fits your driving life.

Utilizing lighter engines that deliver more horsepower along with the liberal application of high-strength aluminum and steel in the body, both the Ford F-150 and Expedition offer more power, torque and efficiency than ever before. “Each F-150 and Expedition customer has unique needs, and we can deliver even more of the capability and efficiency they are looking for, thanks to our strategic use of lightweight materials and innovative V6 engines,” said Ford VP Hau Tahi-Tang. “Our dedication to this kind of innovation helps our F-Series and Expedition customers take care of their growing families and businesses, all with fewer fuel stops along the way.” Check out the Ford Expedition and F-150 innovations when you take a trip to Chapman Ford in Scottsdale.

More Efficient Engines Coming in 2018

The 2018 Ford F-150 comes with an efficient 3.3L V6 that offers more power than ever before. By utilizing direct injection and dual port technology, the next offering from Ford trucks offers better performance than larger engines in the past. The same technology is applied to the 2.7L EcoBoost engine, offering a 25-foot-pound torque increase in the lower range, which is where you really need the power. For those who require more towing and hauling capability, Ford has also enhanced the 5.0L V8 for 2018, delivering 10 more horsepower and 18 more pound-feet of torque than the current version. The new V8 is also paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission for the first time in history, creating a more efficient truck.

Expedition has New Body

Thanks to the success of aluminum in the bed and body of the F-150, the new Ford Expedition will also have a body with a liberal amount of high-strength aluminum alloy built around a rugged steel frame. The result is a weight savings of 300 pounds, resulting in greater efficiency and performance. The new Expedition comes with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine that’s paired with the new 10-speed automatic transmission. It delivers a phenomenal towing capability of more than 9,300 pounds while producing up to 400 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque. The 2018 Ford Expedition will come in Platinum, Limited and XLT trim packages with an FX4 off-road package available on the XLT. Fleet customers, such as law enforcement agencies and first responders, will also have access to an XL version. The extended Expedition MAX will be available in all trim levels. Test drive the new Expedition and F-150 this fall when they make their first appearance at Chapman Ford.

When the consumers talk, Ford listens. Fans of the Ford Focus RS hot hatch have been so active on social media that the automaker decided to create a very limited production run of 1,500 units, signaling the end of a generation for this supremely hot hatchback. “To satisfy strong demand for the ever-popular Focus RS, I’m very excited that we’re bringing this limited-edition vehicle to North America,” according to Ford Performance marketing manager Henry Ford. “We have spent a great deal of time listening to our customers, speaking to owners’ club members, reading comments and suggestion on enthusiast websites, and even studying various forum Photoshop renderings.” If you want to get your hands on the limited run of the new Focus RS, check in now with Chapman Ford.

Choose Red or Blue

The limited edition run of the Ford Focus RS comes in either Race Red or Nitrous Blue, two colors that denote speed and handling. Both colors are topped off with a glossy black roof, which is also the color of the rear roof spoiler. The RS logos on the wings are blue, as are the center caps of the 19-inch premium alloy wheels. Step into the cockpit and you’ll find a liberal use of carbon fiber skin, from the door handles and gauges to the handbrake lever. Black leather seats with microfiber inserts are generously bolstered to help hold you in place as you power through corners. A power driver seat, heated mirrors and steering wheel, and voice-activated navigation system are all standard on this version of the RS.

Experience Superb Power and Handling

The 2.3L EcoBoost engine delivers a phenomenal 350 horsepower and spine-tingling amount of torque, but all that power isn’t any good unless its distributed properly. That’s where the Quaife limited-slip differential and all-wheel drive system work together to deliver the power to the wheel that needs it most, reducing differences in wheel spin to deliver the most performance. “Our new limited-edition Focus RS represents accessible performance at its finest,” according to Ford Performance chief engineer Jamal Hameedi. “Improving on the thrilling driving dynamics of the Focus RS is no small task–but our Ford Performance engineers have delivered a drivetrain capable of wringing every drop of performance from the engine.”

Deliveries Start Late 2017

Of the 1,500 new Ford Focus RS hot hatches being manufactured, only 1,000 are coming to the United States. The remainder are slotted for Canada, which means you either need to stop in soon at Chapman Ford for the chance to own the latest piece in the Ford Performance lineup. Joining the Ford GT, F-150 Raptor, Shelby GT350 Mustang, Focus ST and Fiesta ST, the Focus RS is destined to deliver a dynamic driving experience and be a collector showpiece for years to come.

The new Ford Expedition takes the guess-work and the stress out of getting into your camping spot or launching a boat. Pro Trailer Backup Assist eliminates the worry and trying to figure out which way to turn the wheel by making backing up a trailer as simple as dialing a knob. “Warmer weather has families longing for outdoor adventures, and the all-new Expedition provides generous space, connectivity and smart new technology for the trip,” according to Ford SUV marketing manager Craig Patterson. “With best-in-class towing capability of 9,300 pounds and available Pro Trailer Backup Assist, you can spend more time on the water rather than struggling to back up and launch your boat.”

It’s Simple, Just Turn the Knob

When you check out the new Ford Expedition at Chapman Ford, make sure and get a demonstration on just how easy it is to use the new trailering backup system. Just turn the knob to tell the Expedition how much it should turn the trailer. The system automatically goes that amount, while limiting the speed of the vehicle to an amount with which you feel comfortable. Even trailering experts can benefit from using the Pro Trailer Backup Assist system in the new Expedition.

Many More Reasons to Buy Expedition

Even if trailering is not your thing, the full-size Ford Expedition SUV offers many more reasons to consider it as your next new vehicle. Wireless charging allows you to bring your electronic devices up to optimal levels without the use of messy cords. Ford’s Wi-Fi hotspot allows the connection of up to 10 devices within 50 feet of the vehicle, and a rear entertainment system in the dual headrests allows children or adults to remain entertained on long trips.

The new Ford Expedition also features plenty of plug-in opportunities for everyone, with six USB chargers, a 110-volt power outlet and four more 12-volt power points. SYNC3 delivers the latest in voice recognition software, letting you control your music, communication and navigation without ever taking your eyes off the road. Use FordPass with SYNC Connect to access your new Expedition from a remote location. It’s a handy way to start your vehicle and set the air conditioning to cool without ever leaving the house.

With three-row seating, best-in-class towing and all the technology you’ll ever need, the new Ford Expedition is a great vehicle to help your family enjoy a summer vacation. Check it out today at Chapman Ford.

While recognizing that most of the vehicle-buying public isn’t in the market for a 647-horsepower monster like the GT, Ford executives say that the experience of building the supercar has paved the way for the development of new technologies that will help every driver in the future. “When we began work on the all-new Ford GT in 2013, the team had three goals,” according to Ford product development VP Raj Nair. “The first was to use it as a training ground for our engineers as we develop future engine technology and stretch our understanding of aerodynamics.” Nair said the other two goals involved the use of lightweight carbon fiber materials, and to win the LeMans 24-hour race. You can see the fruit of the development team’s labors when you inspect the entire inventory at Chapman Ford.

Raptor Shares Many Engine Parts

When you test drive an F-150 Raptor and come away impressed with the power of its EcoBoost engine, you can thank the Ford GT engineering team. The 3.5L EcoBoost engine in the Raptor was developed alongside the GT racing engine, sharing almost 60 percent of its parts. “We pushed the engine’s limits beyond what we might consider in traditional development programs, which is important as we continue to advance EcoBoost technology as a centerpiece of the company’s global lineup,” said Ford engineering VP Bob Fascetti.

All-digital Dashboard Coming in Mustang

The all-digital dashboard that will make its appearance in the 2018 Mustang and other Ford vehicles of the future is a result of the GT development program. The digital display is programmed to reconfigure the available information based on what driving mode you choose. “Driver focus and attention are key with such high performance,” said Ford Performance chief engineer Jamal Hameedi. The 10-inch wide display is customizable, displaying the information the driver wants to see in an easy-to-read format that helps the driver maintain focus on the road.

Aluminum Alloy Helping Cut Fuel Usage

The Ford GT development program was also instrumental in the use of high-strength aluminum alloys in the F-150 and Expedition, helping those two behemoths to cut weight and increase fuel mileage and performance. The aerodynamic sculpting of the entire Ford lineup is also a direct result of wind tunnel tests conducted in the development of the Ford GT. Pay particular attention to the design philosophy when you examine the inventory at Chapman Ford. While you might not be in the market for a GT anytime soon, you’ll enjoy the technology that’s at the heart of the supercar development.