Kansas City Ford Dealership Blog

What to look for in your brakes

Brakes are the most crucial part in a car because it determines how well you can bring your car to a stop. Like any other part of your vehicle, brakes also require a thorough inspection. Maybe you have been asking yourself from time to time, 'Should I have my brakes checked?' Worry no more, here are the reasons why you should have your brakes inspected regularly.

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To Buy or To Lease in Kansas City, MO

Many people need to find the right new car for their needs. If you are one of them, then you are probably wondering whether you should buy or lease one for your next automobile. Fortunately, our team at Rob Sight Ford can help determine the best choice for you!

Buying a car is a huge responsibility. You will have to make sure that you take care of the car all of the time. When you lease a car, the upkeep is done by the leasing company. You can trade it in for a new model when the lease term is…

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Do You Need GAP Insurance for Your New Vehicle?

So what is "GAP" insurance exactly? It's a buffer or a little extra insurance that will cover you if your car is stolen or totaled. It's especially useful to have if you are leasing your vehicle from here at Rob Sight Ford, as it focuses on the covering the costs that drivers rarely expect to get dropped into their laps.

For example, if you have a car that is worth 10,000 but you owe more than that in car payments, but it was stolen, your insurance company will only cover the value of the car in this…

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Navigate life more easily with the Ford Escape

Here at Rob Sight Ford, even in your most chaotic moments, we believe your vehicle should always accommodate you to no end. That's why we love offering drivers around the Kansas City area the chance to take the wheel of the 2017 Ford Escape.


You have a lot on your hands. We have just the trick to make you feel unstoppable. #FordEscape

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The Ford Escape is a versatile, determined crossover with 168 horsepower and available intelligent four-wheel drive. This model seats five insid…

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Ford debuts 2018 Ford F-150 Police Responder for law enforcement agencies

There's no denying that the Ford F-150 is a truck purpose-built for work. In fact, Ford F-Series trucks have a long and storied reputation as the trucks of choice for everything from general contracting to heavy construction, plumbing to electrical work, and nearly everything in between. However, this year, the Ford F-150 is making in an in road into a career field you might not expect: law enforcement.


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AutoGuide.com Pours on Praise for 2017 Ford Fusion

We here at Rob Sight Ford could of course go on and on about the many winning qualities that comprise the 2017 Fusion, our esteemed American automaker's midsize sedan, but ...

What fun would that be? Not very much, in our estimation.

So, rather than take this approach, we'd like to turn things over to AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai; team up with her in the clip below:

Though every Fusion model has its perks, few (if any) can compete with the top-of-the-line V6 Sport.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a feisty, 325-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, all-wheel drive…

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How to Handle Your Focus ST Like a Pro Driver

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It's no secret that front-wheel drive performance cars get treated like second-class citizens by enthusiasts. Rear-wheel drive is the only way to really get speed out of a car.

Or maybe those people just don't know how to handle a front-wheel drive sport car properly.

Jalopnik interviewed pro rally driver Andrew Comrie-Picard for the real scoop on getting the most out of FWD performance cars like the Focus ST.

Comrie-Picard favors front-wheel drive cars, particularly for the advantage knowing how to drive them gives when transitioning to all-wheel drive vehicles, like the Focus RS.

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3 Summer Driving Preparedness Tips

As winter melts away to spring in Kansas City, you may think the roads are getting safer. Think again.

Driving conditions are, on the whole, much safer in the warmer months. Roads are dry (or at least free of ice), and daylight lasts longer, meaning less night driving. However, summer driving comes with its own set of challenges, and AAA expects to rescue 7 million drivers from…

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