DAVENPORT, Iowa, Oct. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It's an exciting time for auto dealers and buyers alike, as 2014 models continue to roll into showrooms and onto lots, ready to be displayed, discussed, admired, and appraised by potential new owners. Which new models have consumers all abuzz in Davenport, IA? At Dahl Ford, one of the leading auto dealerships in the area, two releases for 2014 are set to have quite an impact this year, and for totally different reasons.
The 2014 Ford Fusion started making waves earlier this year with talk of its new 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine option, which is proving to be a great fit for the many Davenport area drivers who want to maximize their fuel economy. Advanced safety and luxury features add to the improvements that consumer can expect to see available in the new 2014 Fusion. These include inflatable seat belts, which Ford debuted as an industry-first for the 2011 Explorer. Also available is the heated steering wheel, sure to be a huge hit in the Davenport area as local temperatures continue to drop.
Another addition to Ford's 2014 lineup that's sure to be getting attention from the brawnier segment of Davenport auto buyers is the new 2014 Ford F-150. The hard-working, best-selling pickup is back with a wide range of body styles, cab sizes, and crew lengths so that those highly discerning consumers who know what they want are sure to get it. With stellar tow-ratings, MyFord Touch controls, and powertrain options that rank amongst the most efficient in its class, the 2014 Ford F-150 is bound to be a top choice in Davenport and beyond.
If you'd like to learn more about great new vehicles like the 2014 Ford Fusion and Ford F-150, or to schedule a test drive, contact a member of the knowledgeable sales team at Dahl Ford in Davenport. The dealership can be reached by calling (800) 888-0368 or online at www.dahlford.com.
Media Contact: Nichole Simms, Dahl Ford, (800) 888-0368, firstname.lastname@example.org
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