Scott Ford

17812 Veterans Memorial Highway
Directions Kingwood, WV 26537

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  • Parts: (888) 581-4045


A Reliable Ride in the 2017 Ford Focus

Did you know that 93% of all Ford Focus models sold in the last 10 years are still driving today? It's true! We absolutely love the 2017 Focus but, with all the competition it has, it's worth taking a look at how it puts its rivals to shame. Take a look at the video below to see it compared to the Nissan Sentra and see how the Focus wins thanks to a standard rearview camera, a 5-star overall crash safety rating, and much more:


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2017 Ford Explorer is an SUV-Segment Standout, Says MotorWeek

If your new-car search has led you to the full-size crossover class, we here at Scott Ford would be quick to couple you up with ours, the 2017 Explorer.

Will it be love at first drive for you two?

The fine folks at MotorWeek are here today to help you make that determination; join them in the clip below:

Though every Explorer model has its appeal, we might argue that the mid-level Limited is the best of the bunch.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a 280-horsepower turbo four-cylinder engine, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, power-adjustable pedals, dual-zone…

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What's New in the Redesigned 2018 Ford Expedition?

This fall, a new model is coming to Scott Ford. It's actually an old familiar nameplate, completely redesigned to be bigger and better than ever before. We're talking about the 2018 Ford Expedition.

It's been quite some time since Ford made any significant changes to this full-size SUV, which is a shame. This is a vehicle with serious potential... for the right family.

Most SUV buyers these days are going for smaller, more efficient crossovers, with car-like unibody construction, and nimble handling. The Expedition, on the other hand, is a classic. It uses body-on-frame construction...

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The battery: The heartbeat of your car

Nowaday's people hardly give their car battery a second thought until something happens like your vehicle not starting. To prevent this you should have your battery checked at your dealership to prevent any problems that may strand you on the side of the road.

Your battery supplies the initial jolt that gets your vehicle going, and keeps the voltage stable while the engine is running. When your battery starts to go bad it could cause damage to other electrical components.

Most batteries should last at least 3 years, and like many other products, your battery has a date code…
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3 Tips for Your Next Roadtrip

The season of roadtrips is almost here. Whether you’re planning a family trip across the country or a coastal day drive, here are 3 tips to make your next roadtrip less stressful and more enjoyable.

Safety First
Before heading on any long drive, visit our service center for a pre-road-trip check-up. Nothing is worse than your car breaking down halfway through your trip.

Those of you planning on driving anywhere with children should consider downloading Netflix movies, apps playable offline, and books. Preparing for areas without service will guarantee they always have...
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Why Every Car Should Have an Emergency Roadside Kit

When you are traveling or commuting long distances, having a roadside emergency kit can mean the difference between being stranded for hours and getting onto the road again. It is the one thing very vehicle should never be without. Still, most of us never carry the essential items to help us when we need to get back on the road hastily and without harm.

A simple roadside emergency kit should include the following items:

• Motor oil
• A bottle of coolant
• A blanket
• Jumper cables
• Triangle reflectors and flares.
• A first-aid kit
• A flashlight
• Extra batteries
• A toolkit
• A sealant like…
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Tire Rotation

No matter the kind of driver, all vehicles experience wear and tear. The most wear comes in the form of tread wear on your tires. You may notice uneven wear on your tires meaning you are overdue for a tire rotation. Usually, the rear tires don’t have as much wear on them as the front ones do. You should have a tire rotation as often as you take your vehicle in for its regularly scheduled maintenance. One major benefit is that it begins to fix the problem of uneven wear on your tires. This makes the life span of…
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