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Why Choose Parts From Mac Haik Ford Lincoln Instead Of Online


In a world where everything is sold online, it can be difficult to find the right part for your car. There is an assortment of parts that can be purchased online and shipped to your home however these parts come with the chance of being the wrong part.

If you purchased your car from someone, there is a possibility that they made repairs to the car and if they did, the original part might not fit or work. It is best to go to the dealer and ask them to look at the car. Once a service tech has looked…
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Today You Can Get Financing For Your Vehicle Online Before Coming Into The Showroom


Any driver who needs a new vehicle to drive around in can get the financing details out of the way and become pre-qualified before they ever hit the showroom. Here at Mac Haik Ford Lincoln, we want you to spend time picking out the vehicle you want to drive off the lot, not sitting in the office trying to figure out financial application details.

Simply by filling out a form on your home computer or at the library, you can get the financing you need for your new vehicle. You can also look over the inventory online and see what…
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5 Big Reasons an SUV is Perfect for your Growing Family

Most families quickly feel that the family sedan is too small for their needs. The kids are getting bigger, and there just isn’t enough space to feel comfortable anymore. Well have no fear, because an SUV from Mac Haik Ford won’t cramp the style of your growing family! Here are 5 great features an SUV might just be the ticket for you:

  1. More Passenger Space – The SUV can comfortably seat 5 – 9 passengers, great for large or growing families.
  2. Safety Features – A Bigger ride means more space for safety features to keep your loved ones safe.
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Seasonal Maintenance Keeps your Car Running Longer

It’s always a good idea to keep your vehicle well maintained; a properly maintained vehicle is less prone to breaking down and is much safer to drive. Although you were probably aware of this, you may not have known about seasonal maintenance. What is seasonal maintenance? It’s basically recommended inspections and routine services that are done during specific times of the year.

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GAP Insurance

Everyone is excited when purchasing a new car, but what lingers in your mind is what if you end up in an accident? What happens when your car gets stolen? Most times your insurance covers only the car's current value. However, the amount of your vehicle loan is high compared to the car's market price, meaning you will be left hustling for the extra money when you've lost your car. Guaranteed Asset Protection -- that is, GAP insurance -- is dedicated to keeping…
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Check Engine and Check Off Problems


These days your car is the safest way to travel, and with all the new technology available, your risk of breaking down in a desolate area is practically non-existent. Your car will tell you when it needs gas, when the tires need air and when to check the engine.

The check engine light can be the indicator that you dread the most, but it is important to pay attention and take your car in for service as soon as possible after it comes on. There are numerous reasons that the check engine light might come on and some are easy…
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Roaring or Whispering, 2018 Ford Mustang GT Can Hit 60 In Under Four Seconds

Between its upgraded Coyote V8 and new “Quiet Exhaust” mode, the 2018 Ford Mustang GT offers more muscle without stepping on the toes of others. But where suburban dwellers may welcome the silent option, the real emphasis is on performance fun. For that, the new Mustang GT offers all the tools, led by an engine that produces 460 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.

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IIHS: Back-Seat Passengers Who Don't Buckle Up Could Kill Driver in a Crash

You've probably noticed, anecdotally, that people are less worried about wearing their seatbelts in the back seat. Some say they don't need it—the back seat is the safest part of the car. Others just can't find the belt, which was swallowed up by the seat cushions.

The IIHS just released a study confirming, it's true, people are much less likely to buckle up in the back seat. It's even worse in taxis.

The IIHS would also like to let people know the perception that seatbelts are unnecessary in the back seat is entirely false…

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Ford F-150 Rakes in the Accolades

If you want to take control of your summer adventures in the most exciting car of the season, all you need to do is look to Autotrader's top ten list of summer's hottest cars.

This list pulls from the cars with the most search activity on the Autotrader site -- the ones that buyers are looking for.

To drive the car at the very top of this "summer's hottest" list, all you need to do is visit us at Mac Haik Ford Lincoln to try out the Ford F-150.

Of course, this isn't the only list that…

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