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Know What Condition Your Brakes Are In

If you live in the Puyallup area, you will want to make sure that your brakes work well. You should have them checked periodically, and also know what the signs are that your brakes might be failing. Sometimes your brakes will make a grinding noise, and this should tell you that it is time to have them inspected.

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Take Control of the Road with the 2017 Ford F-150

It's no secret that the 2017 Ford F-150 is the latest iteration of America's best-selling pickup truck and we absolutely love it! However, we know that savvy drivers in the Puyallup, WA area need more than that to make a driving decision, so we have a video below that shows how it compares to the Toyota Tundra. With best-in-class payload capacity and best-in-class fuel efficiency when it's properly equipped, the F-150 leaves the Tundra choking on its dust. See it for yourself:


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It Pays to Plan for Traffic Accidents Beforehand

Drivers prepare to avoid crashes, but are often unprepared for when they do happen. In those moments after a crash, when your adrenaline is surging, it helps to have a plan.

Step 1: Figure out if anyone is hurt. Do not help someone who says they do not want help, or attempt to move someone who isn't moving on their own—you may be liable for any injuries you cause through…

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Create a Budget Before Deciding on What Ford to Buy

Should you buy an efficient Ford C-Max Hybrid for traversing the busy streets of Puyallup? Or is the initial cost too much, and you should choose a pre-owned Fiesta instead? What about the high-end trim level and package options?

Before you decide on what vehicle to invest in and how much to pay, take a few minutes to create a budget.

In an Auto Finance 101 video, Ford explains the basics of budgeting:

  1. Figure out how much income you make in a month
  2. Figure out how much you spend on things like rent, loans, food, and savings
  3. Subtract income from…
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The 2018 Ford Expedition Becomes More Truck-Like Than Ever

The Ford Expedition has always offered a pragmatic choice for drivers who need the passenger space of a minivan and the capability of a truck. As its name suggests, it's ideal for adventures off the beaten path—room enough to seat the whole family comfortably, and power to tow a camper or boat behind.

As it enters its fourth generation, this three-row SUV is getting even more truck-like prowess than ever…

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2017 Ford Focus RS Gets in Good Graces of

What do we here at Korum Ford enjoy about the 2017 Focus RS, our esteemed American automaker's hot hatchback?

Well, to be honest ... everything. Stylish and substantive, we feel the Focus RS is one of the most spectacular in its segment.

And lest you suspect that such a statement is one mired in personal bias, we suggest you scope the clip below. As it turns out, Road Test Editor Dan Ilika is quite keen on the Focus RS, too:

Loaded with luxuries, the sole trim level of the Focus RS is not one to disappoint.

Standard equipment…

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Autotrader Revels in Refreshed 2017 Ford Fusion

Might you be in the market for a midsize sedan? Well, if so, we here at Korum Ford would be quick to point you in the direction of ours, the 2017 Fusion.

Wondering why we would?

Then, check the clip below. Here now to highlight some of the Fusion's most salient qualities is Autotrader pundit Tara Trompeter:

Arguably our favorite powertrain across the Fusion lineup, its turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder is a downright delight.

Optional on the SE model, this turbo-four teams with a six-speed automatic transmission to turn out a hearty 181 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque…

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Smallish Tweaks Bring Exciting Refinement to the 2018 Ford Mustang

Since it debuted in 2014, the current generation of the Ford Mustang has wowed drivers with its performance, style, and features. But now, it’s entering the middle of its generational life, meaning it’s time for a refresh. But if you think the Blue Oval has cut corners with the 2018 Mustang, think again. Although the changes are minimal, they do add up to a much more refined vehicle.

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