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Motor Trend's Truck of the Year Goes to the Ford F-150!

It's no secret that drivers from all across the greater Sheffield, OH area and far beyond love the performance and capability displayed by the gorgeously aggressive Ford F-150; however, to prove just how exceptional this pickup really is, the experts at Motor Trend have chosen to put the spotlight on it with their coveted Motor Trend 2018 Truck of the Year awards, and we here at Mike Bass Ford couldn't be happier about it.


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Why Should You Choose the Ford F-150 Over the Competition?

There are a lot of pickup trucks on the road these days so, if you're looking to buy a new one, you have a lot of options. So many choices can make it hard to determine which one is the best option for you. But at Mike Bass Ford, we think the Ford F-150 is a great choice; it offers impressive towing and hauling power, a comfortable interior and all kinds of great features. Take a look at the video below to learn more about why this truck is worth considering.

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Another Reason to Love the 2016 Ford F-150: It's Safe

This year, the 2016 Ford F-150 has taken home both a 5-Star Safety Rating from the NHTSA, and a Top Safety Pick from the IIHS. The F-150 is the only 2016 pickup to accomplish this feat.

To do so, this popular full-size pickup had to endure eight rigorous tests with top marks. From NHTSA, a frontal crash test into a solid barrier, two different side-collision tests (one with a vehicle, and one with a…

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A View from the Top

If you’ve never dinged a motorcycle while in a big group of bikers before, consider yourself lucky. The guy in this next video from Ford is about to test his mettle against that very scenario, knowing that one slipup could spell a world of hurt. Good thing he’s got the available 360 degree camera on his Ford F-150 to help get him out of this hairy situation. Watch it unfold below!


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Can Ford's New Headlights Make You Feel Better?

Once the nights start getting longer, and the sun, when it is up, is too often blotted out by heavy snow clouds, certain people start feeling depressed. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, up to 20 percent of Americans experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), with around 6 percent experiencing severe symptoms.

Even if you do not have SAD, several studies have shown a correlation between adequate lighting, and positive


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