Auto recalls are fairly common and occur when a vehicle has a safety-related defect or does not comply with a federal standard. The majority of recalls are relatively minor and are easily repaired by a repair technician. At Gwinnett Place Ford, our technicians are highly-qualified and have extensive experience with almost every type of recall, whether it is due to a vehicle that may not meet federal standards or there is a manufacturer's defect that requires a repair.
The 2019 Ford Fusion has new front and rear fascias. It also has revised features and trims. In addition, an optional new Co-Pilot 360 safety package is available. While mostly visual, the updates for 2019 bring a refreshed feel to an already stellar vehicle.The Fusion has five available trims: S, SE, SEL, Titanium, and V6 Sport. The base S comes nicely equipped with 16-inch steel rims, a backup camera, automatic headlights, Bluetooth, cruise control, audio and phone Sync interface, air conditioning, a 4.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system, USB, four-speaker CD player system, split-folding rear seats, and Co-Pilot 360 Protect safety suite which includes blind spot alert, and rear cross-traffic warning.
The original Ford Explorer was a major hit in 1991, and it has continued to grow in popularity over the years. The most recent major updates to the Explorer took place with a significant facelift in the 2018 model. This facelift brought about stunning exterior design changes and several new. It also introduced new color options for the interior and exterior. The 2019 Ford Explorer is available in several trims, making it well-suited for SUV shoppers across a broad price point spectrum. The base trim is the 2019 Explorer and the highest trim is the Explorer Platinum.