Safe Looks Smart in a Ford Transit Connect

There are all kinds of vehicles on the market, but the best-looking ones are also the safest. At Sterling Ford-Lincoln, we're committed to sharing the latest in safety trends with you. The Ford Transit Connect is a Passenger Wagon equipped with smart safety technology to help you feel as good as you look.

We've all had the experience of suddenly slamming on the brakes due when a pedestrian or other vehicle crosses your path without warning. When you're driving the Transit Connect through Opelousas, you'll always have a warning. The Transit's Pre-Collision Assist system springs…

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Find High-Tech Features Inside of the Ford Edge

When it comes to the Ford Edge, there are many reasons to choose it as your next SUV. Its performance is certainly impressive, and the cabin is comfortable and convenient. For now, however, the Sterling Ford-Lincoln team will focus on the many high-tech features that are standard and available.

Smartphone integration through Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is included. You can use these tools to connect a compatible smartphone to your Edge, making it a breeze to listen to your favorite music or find directions. It also allows for hands-free phone calls, keeping everyone safer as you make 

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Ford F-150 Lightning Specs and Capacities

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There's a new Ford F-150 electric truck coming to our dealership, and we've received a lot of questions about this Ford F-150 Lightning. The electric Ford F-150 has the same traits, such as durability and ruggedness, that come in other F-150 offers, but the electric engine means zero emissions and plenty of capability. We highlight the Ford F-150 Lightning specs below.

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Highlights of the G.O.A.T Modes in the Ford Bronco Sport

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The Ford Bronco Sport is an SUV ready for off-roading, which it shows with the terrain management system. This system includes what Ford calls G.O.A.T Modes, standing for Goes Over Any Terrain. Whether you're handling muddy ruts or dominating a creek bed, the Ford Bronco Sport is ready thanks to these modes. We highlight the different Ford Bronco Sport G.O.A.T Modes and how to use them below!

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How to Interpret Vehicle Safety Ratings

What does it mean for a vehicle to have a five-star rating on a frontal crash test scenario? We get such questions frequently here at Sterling Ford-Lincoln. Here's our brief overview.

NHTSA Vehicle Safety Ratings

NHTSA vehicle safety ratings use a five-star system to indicate how well or poorly a vehicle protects occupants in a typical crash scenario. Owing to limited budget, the NHTSA only focuses on the most common types of collisions:

  • Rollover
  • Side Pole
  • Side Barrier
  • Frontal

Frontal refers to a head-on collision scenario. The side pole test is a spin-out scenario in which 

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How to Prepare for Your Vehicle's Lease-End

All good things must come to an end, as is true for vehicle lease agreements. Whether you loved your leased vehicle or disliked it, the end of a lease agreement is accompanied by several procedures that must be completed. From taking note of the vehicle's condition to evaluating circumstances that may result in financial penalty.

Excessive wear and tear are one of the main reasons for financial loss at lease-end. If a lessee was unacceptably rough on their vehicle or caused excessive damage that extends beyond normal wear, they may be penalized for the vehicle's condition. 

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