|By PR Newswire||
|February 28, 2014 05:08 PM EST||
RANDOM LAKE, Wis., Feb. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- While winter continues to challenge drivers on and off the road, it is important that they equip themselves with the proper vehicle to handle any weather condition. Spring weather may feel out of reach, but Eric von Schledorn is revitalizing drivers mid-winter with three transitional Ford SUVs for spring driving. The 2014 Ford Escape, Edge and Explorer create distinct driving experiences that translate during any time of the year.
In the early months of spring when sporadic snow storms can be expected, the Escape is also available with an Intelligent Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) System to monitor traction and stability in slick conditions. As the snow starts to melt and winter slowly fades into spring, drivers can help to rebuild the environment's health with the fuel-saving 2014 Ford Escape. Utilizing the available 1.6-liter EcoBoost I-4 engine, the crossover can produce an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-estimated 32 mpg highway to give new life to the road in spring.
Also equipped with the available 4WD system, the 2014 Ford Edge can navigate through Wisconsin's changing weather conditions while providing drivers with the ultimate peace of mind. When upgraded to the Edge Sport, the vehicle uses the 3.7-liter V-6 engine to create a 305-horsepower performance, perfect for towing up to 3,500 pounds for fishing boats and campers once it becomes warmer.
Seven-passenger versatility can be found inside of the 2014 Ford Explorer. When cabin fever needs to be resolved, drivers can rely on the Explorer to accommodate both their passengers and cargo for an outdoor adventure. Also outfitted with available 4WD capabilities and the Terrain Management System, the crossover takes restless drivers wherever their curiosity leads while producing a best-in-class EPA-estimated 24 mpg highway fuel economy.
To make the transition from season to season more enjoyable, schedule a test drive with a new Ford SUV available at Eric von Schledorn. The dealership can be contacted online or by phone at 866-263-7795.
Media Contact: Jamie Shilts, Eric von Schledorn Ford von Schledorn Ford, (800) 648-6789, [email protected]
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