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What Is the Seating Like in the Ford Fiesta ST?

The Ford Fiesta ST is the top trim of its line of vehicles. As the highest offering of this compact car line, the ST presents an aggressive exterior augmented by the sport leaning interior design. All-in-all the appearance of the Fiesta ST advances to compete with other compact five-seaters.

Standard elements of the Ford Fiesta ST trim interior include a carpeted deck throughout, a full cloth headliner...

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Ford Transit Connect Capability Features Everywhere

Drivers looking for a vehicle with lots of cargo space and passenger room often find the Ford Transit Connect to be the perfect solution. There are many things about the Ford Transit Connect that make it special. Stop at Scott Peterson Motors Inc and check out its many features and discover for yourself what a great addition it could be in your garage.

Whether you have seven passengers, a payload equaling 1,610 pounds or plan to tow 2,000 pounds, the Ford Transit Connect is the van to be using. 

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Interior Features of the Ford Focus ST

The Ford Focus ST is a popular compact hatchback model offering plenty of unexpected luxury features. Enjoy all the perks of owning a compact car without sacrificing the latest in comfort options.

Heated steering wheels are just one luxury touch added to the Focus, along with heated seats, cruise control, power windows and door locks, aluminum pedals and leather touches throughout the cabin. Sync your smartphone with the vehicle's entertainment system and control it from the redundant buttons on the steering wheel. 

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The Mustang Has an Impressive Presence

The Ford Mustang has been at the forefront of sports cars for years and is consistently ranked in the top tiers for these vehicles. This latest Mustang has been refreshed and has garnered top marks from U.S. News. With its newly redesigned exterior, the Mustang looks even more impressive than ever.

The Mustang has three new colors: Kona Blue, Orange Fury Tri-coat and Royal Crimson Tinted Clearcoat. 

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Reasons You Might Choose to Lift Your Truck

Your truck is meant to be enjoyed, and there are some things that you can do that will add to your enjoyment of it. Scott Peterson Motors Inc wants you to know about all of your options to change up your truck, including your option to lift the truck and what that could do for your driving experience.

When you choose to lift your truck, you give yourself the opportunity to get set up with a whole new type of tire. 

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Windshield Wiper Maintenance

In order to be able to see clearly out of your windshield in rainy weather, your car's windshield wipers need to be in good condition. If they are in poor condition, they will leave streaks on the the windshield that will make it more difficult for you to see.

Windshield wipers don't last forever, and you need to plan on changing them about every 12,000 miles. 

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It Is Important to Understand the Difference Between a Full Size Spare Tire and A Compact Temporary

Depending on what type of vehicle you have it will typically have either a full size spare tire or a compact temporary tire, also sometimes referred to as a "doughnut" tire. Full size spares are typically found on full size vehicles like 1/2 trucks and SUV's while the compact temporary spare tires are commonly seen in passenger cars and smaller SUV's.

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Telltale Signs of a Waning Battery

No one likes to be stranded on the side of the road with a dead battery. So, how you can you prevent that unfortunate situation? Stop by Scott Peterson Motors Inc in Belle Fourche, SD to have your battery checked out to make sure it's in good working order. Make the appointment sooner if you're experiencing any of these telltale signs.

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The Importance of a Towing Safety Checklist

Taking the time now to check that you have followed the towing safety checklist to the letter will help keep you safer on your trip. Don't assume anything because one mistake could cause serious issues on the highway.

Use these tips when towing:

  • Make sure you know the rating of your trailer hitch and that the current load does not exceed that weight. If in doubt, always better to get a higher rated hitch.
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The History of the Alternator

Did you know that the use of alternators was first tried in World War II? During that time, it was only special-use vehicles that had the alternator. These cars were used to carry power radio equipment. The alternator was first tested in civilian cars during the production of Chrysler’s 1960 Valiant. It was not long after that when General Motors and Ford joined the pack.

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