EPA Reveals Official Driving Range Estimates for New Mustang Mach-E
Drivers gearing up to take the new Mach-E out on the open road will be pleased to hear that newly released EPA-estimates confirm that the 2021 Mustang Mach-E meets its targeted range of 300 miles. Depending on which configuration you choose, your new Mustang Mach-E could score somewhere from 211 to the maximum 300 miles of range between fill-ups.Read the rest of this entry »
All-New Ford F-150 Features Class-Exclusive Max Recline Seats
When Ford first spoke of the redesigned Ford F-150, they promised that the new F-150 would be the most productive truck available in the United States. We’ve seen it all from a tailgate that doubles as a work bench to a new built-in mobile generator. The next-gen F-150 also takes on the issue of sleep with new class-exclusive Max Recline Seats designed to revolutionize the standards for comfort and convenience.Read the rest of this entry »
Tips to Help Prevent Car Theft in Atlanta
In the United States alone, it’s estimated that a car is stolen every 43 seconds. Over the course of a year that ever-growing count reaches close to a million cases of car theft nationwide. This year Atlanta has seen a substantial increase in stolen cars, prompting citizens and guests to take special precautions. Here are our top three most important tips to follow to make sure you’re not the next victim in line.Read the rest of this entry »
Akins Ford Welcomes New 2021 Model-Year 4WD SUVs
With the nation’s growing appetite for crossovers and SUVs, the market has become populated with flourishing niche markets. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for carlike handling or truck-grade capability. If your desires fall in the latter group, you’ll find a model that suits your lifestyle and budget in our selection of new Ford-brand 4WD crossovers and SUVs available here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.Read the rest of this entry »
Where Can You Go to See Holiday Lights in Metro Atlanta?
Winter is here in Atlanta, and across the nation people are stringing holiday lights through tree branches and building elaborate holiday displays for their communities. This season will be different in a lot of ways, but most holiday light displays offer a way to feel the warmth of the holidays in a safe and socially-distanced environment. Check out our list of holiday light displays available in the Atlanta area for the winter of 2020.Read the rest of this entry »
How Do I Use the E-Latch Door System on the New Mustang Mach-E?
Ever since the Mustang Mach-E reveal, Ford fans have been reveling at the new EV’s ingenious design. It usually starts by admiring the distinctly smooth exterior design, and then it hits you: “Wait, where are the door handles?” The answer? There are none. So, how exactly does one open the doors on the 2021 Mustang Mach-E? We have the answer laid out for you here.Read the rest of this entry »
2022 Ford E-Transit Estimated Driving Range and Charging Time
Commercial vehicles make up a large portion of traffic on U.S. roads. That’s why news of the All-Electric 2022 Ford E-Transit has become a big deal when it comes to the vision of a zero-emissions future. We’ve been sitting pretty waiting for details on the upcoming All-Electric 2022 Ford E-Transit, and today our patience has been rewarded with a look into the impressive driving range figures commercial clients have to look forward to.Read the rest of this entry »
Turning Off the F-150’s Engine Automatic Start-Stop Feature
If you own a Ford F-150 truck, your vehicle might come equipped with a feature that’s designed to cut down on emissions and lower fuel costs throughout the life of your vehicle. Available on select F-150 trucks, the Auto Start-Stop system automatically cuts power to the engine while idling, such as at a red light or while in line at the drive-thru. If you’re not in the mood to save money, the Auto Start-Stop on the Ford F-150 can be disabled without much hassle at all.Read the rest of this entry »