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The 2020 Ford Escape is on the horizon - Here's what you need to know about this stunningly redesigned compact SUV!

For years now, the Ford Escape has been one of the most recognizable and respected names in the compact SUV segment. Favored by city drivers here in Jacksonville, the right compact SUV can be a great asset, providing commuters and small families alike with a little extra room and cargo space without compromising too much on fuel economy. 

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2016 Ford Flex Sends Autotrader Team into a Tizzy

We here at Duval Ford are starting to suspect that there aren't enough acclamatory adjectives in the English language to adequately depict our feelings for our full-size crossover, the 2016 Ford Flex. As it turns out, a transport this terrific has a funny way of leaving us tongue-tied.

So, instead, we'd like to link the following video. Team up with Autotrader critic, Jabari Jones, as he takes the Flex for a test run:

On base trims, the Flex gets a 3.5-liter V6 engine as standard. Good for a healthy 287 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque, most…

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Auto Trader UK Assesses the All-New 2016 Ford Focus RS

While it may not be the biggest or most muscular machine here at Duval Ford, make no mistake: the 2016 Ford Focus RS -- the American automaker's all-new hot hatch -- is nonetheless bad to the bone.

And if, for whatever reason, you don't quite buy that, then we suggest you scope the clip below. Take a cruise with Auto Trader UK Senior Road Tester, Paul Bond, as he cites some of the Focus RS's winningest qualities:

Just as you might imagine, the main attraction of the Focus RS can be found beneath its slinky, low-slung snout. It's…

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Ford Celebrates Its 7th Year as a World's Most Ethical Company

How would you decide what the world's most ethical company looks like?

If you're Ethisphere Institute, you do it by breaking companies down by five categories of ethics: Ethics and Compliance (35 percent of the score), Corporate Citizenship and Responsibility (20 percent), Culture of Ethics (20 percent), Governance (15 percent), and Leadership, Innovation, and Reputation (10 percent).

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Ford Explorer Asserts Itself as an Industry Icon with All-New 2016 Model

When it comes to the recently redesigned 2016 Ford Explorer, we at Duval Ford can't quite contain our true feelings. So, instead, we'll just come right out and say it:

This new-and-improved Explorer is far and away one of the very best full-size SUVs on the block.

Now that we've got that out of the way, it's time to justify our position. And here to help us do just that is Autotrader critic, Jabari Jones. His review of the Explorer is available below:

There's quite simply no denying an entry-level drivetrain like the Explorer's…

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Ford Goes Off-Road

If you’re a woman who loves outdoor adventure, or know one who does, listen up: we just learned of this cool organization called “Sisters on the Fly.”

The group is big, really big. In fact, there are over 6,500 members across the U.S., making it the largest outdoor adventure group for women in the nation. The group is broken into many smaller chapters. In fact, most states have at least one, some more than that.

The women get together periodically to camp, fish, hike, make crafts, bake, or simply enjoy being outdoors together.

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Why Ford is Embracing Biomimicry

You've seen biomimicry in use, even if you've never heard of it.

That stuff you used to tie your shoes with as a kid, Velcro, was inspired by clinging burrs.

All around the world, scientists and designers are coming up with solutions based on nature. This year, the Ford Motor Company is participating in a new corporate-employee challenge from The Biomimicry Institute.

They hope to create…

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Ford Supports "Girls Who Code"

The shortage of females in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) areas is something that we as a society need to work on. Not only is it indicative of the gender bias that still permeates the modern world, but it may be detrimental to the USA's future technology needs. Well, Ford is stepping up to encourage female interest in STEM by supporting a group called "Girls Who Code."

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What It's Like To Own a 2015 Ford Taurus

Are you considering a Ford Taurus? Would you like to hear what a real-life Ford Taurus owner has to say about the model? Meet Jerry. He loves his 2015 Taurus for many reasons, including the car's technology.

"I'm an electrical engineer, so I'm into technology," he says. "I like the USB drive; I have all my mp3 songs on it. Voice activation is very convenient while you're driving. It's understandable and intuitive... it’s a nice eight-inch screen that says "Entertainment, Phone, Navigation, Climate Control." Check out the video below to hear more from Jerry…

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