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Our large inventory and wide selection of models, along with competitive pricing, allow us to make you a great deal on the Ford of your choice. At William Mizell Ford, our goal is to assist you in making a confident decision. Our friendly, professional staff members are here to answer your questions and listen to your needs. Whether you're shopping for a new or pre-owned vehicle, we're here to help with your search. Our well-stocked inventory includes Ford models, including F-150, F-250 and Fusion. Wherever you live in the Augusta area, or if you're driving from Aiken, Statesboro, Evans or North Augusta, we're ready to serve you.
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William Mizell Ford is located at
330 Highway 25 North, Waynesboro, GA 30830
Latitude: 33.1111262 Longitude:-82.0273452.
Our phone numbers are Sales: 888-554-2368, Service: 706-554-2114 and Parts: 706-554-2114. William Mizell Ford is online at www.mizellford.com.
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2013 Augusta Ford C-Max: Ford's all-new Hybrid C-Max is offered in two models—the Hybrid (SE and SEL trims) or Energi. First up, the Hybrid is situated with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, electric motor and lithium-ion battery pack. Together, this trifecta cranks out 141 horsepower and, according to Ford, tallies a very-pleasant 47 mpg in the city and 47 mpg on the highway. Next, the 2013 Augusta Ford C-Max Energi model is slated as the U.S. auto maker's first production plug-in hybrid. This set-up is estimated to get more than 500 miles out of one charge. Equipped with a gasoline engine and lithium-ion battery pack, the Energi can fully charge its battery pack overnight by way of a standard 120-volt electric outlet. Competing with all the other eco-friendly vehicles on the market, the auto press write that the 2013 Augusta Ford C-Max will "likely be more enjoyable to drive and have a nicer interior," than its competitors.
2013 Augusta Ford E-Series Wagon: Ford's trusty van hasn't been an American staple for more than three decades for nothing. With a long list of impressive capabilities, the E-Series can haul up to 15 passengers (while providing ample cargo room for their luggage or gear), comes with an available driver's-side sliding door and—when properly equipped—can tow up to 10,000 pounds! For 2013, 2013 Augusta Ford E-Series Wagon owners can opt for the available integrated Trailer Brake Controller (TBC), which works with the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) to synchronize the vehicle and trailer brakes, allowing for seamless braking while towing. The best part? TBC is factory-installed and won't give drivers any aftermarket worries. There is one bit to note, however: TBC is only available for the 2013 Augusta Ford F-Series Wagon when outfitted with the Heavy-Duty (Classes II, III and IV) Trailer Tow Package.
2013 Augusta Ford Edge: For the 2013 Edge, Ford’s pairs its 3.5-liter V6 with a six-speed automatic, for a combo that boils almost 300 horsepower. The next offering for the 2013 Augusta Ford Edge comes in the form of a 3.7-liter V6, cranking out 305 horses; this engine also pairs with the six-speed automatic (+ shift paddles) and is part of the Sport trim. And for all the tree huggers in the building, Ford kicks down its super-fab 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder. Again, this block is paired with the six-speed automatic, and the whole set-up cranks 240 horses yet still gets up to 30 mpg on the highway. The 3.5-liter on the 2013 Augusta Ford Edge earns 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. (The all-wheel-drive numbers are a little lower.) Meanwhile, the 3.7-liter lists 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.
2013 Augusta Ford Escape: Ford gives its Escape a complete revamp for the 2013 model-year. Offering up a couple different powerplants for this compact crossover, Ford situates this rig with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which puts out 168 horsepower and 167 lb.-ft. of torque. Upper trims on the Ford Escape receive the U.S. auto maker's turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-4, which boosts horsepower to 178 and torque to 184 lb.-ft. But Ford doesn't stop there: Serving up an optional turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-4, with 240 horses and 270 lb.-ft. of torque, this set-up is an option for both the SE and SEL trims on the 2013 Augusta Ford Escape and comes standard with the Titanium model. A uniquely calibrated, six-speed SelectShift automatic serves as the transmission for the 2.5-liter 2013 Augusta Ford Escape, while the 1.6- and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines utilize direct fuel injection and turbocharging with twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) to deliver better fuel efficiency.
2013 Augusta Ford Expedition: Let's face it, the utility-vehicle market seems about as vast as our universe. The Ford Expedition, however, is one of a kind. Dubbed the do-it-all SUV, this rig straps a 5.4-liter V8 under its hood to deliver 310 horses with 365 lb.-ft. of torque. Engineered by the team at Ford to put torque where it's needed most, this block delivers 85 percent of peak torque at just 1500 rpm. Properly equipped, the 2013 Augusta Ford Expedition can pull up to 9200 pounds. The U.S. auto maker also outfits its 2013 Augusta Ford Expedition with an available Control Trac Four-Wheel-Drive (4WD) system, which provides for more sure-footed traction on roads that change from dry to wet to snowy to ice. And, the Expedition's independent rear suspension helps ensure the ride is comfy, whatever the asphalt throws at drivers.
2013 Augusta Ford Explorer: When it comes to safety, the 2013 Ford Explorer takes it to the next level with AdvanceTrac and Roll Stability Control (RSC), along with a Safety Canopy system and trailer sway control. This combo utilizes selective braking and engine management to tame unwanted trailer movement. Ford also adds other safety equipment to the 2013 Augusta Ford Explorer, such as front side airbags, side curtain airbags and a new front passenger knee airbag, which helps protect the first- and second-row passengers. The U.S. auto maker gives Explorer owners a little bonus, too, with its MyKey system, allowing the pay-rents to specify limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume. Finally, the 2013 Augusta Ford Explorer is outfitted with the manufacturer's SOS Post-Crash Alert System, as well as hill start assist and curve control, giving drivers more confidence on uphill grades and through corners.
2013 Augusta Ford F-150: For the 2013 model-year, America's best-selling truck gets a new Limited trim this season. Ford Group Vice President for Product Development, Raj Nair, reports, "The F-150 Limited signifies the highest levels of design refinement, luxury and technology that we’ve ever offered in a Built Ford Tough pickup truck." Starting with the U.S. auto maker's Sync with MyFord Touch, this system comes standard on the Limited, along with navigation and SiriusXM Travel Link. Also standard for the 2013 Augusta Ford F-150 Limited model are items such as rain-sensing windshield wipers and high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps—making sure drivers can always find their way. This trim also features series-specific details on the exterior, like dimensional box-side lettering and unique 22-inch polished aluminum wheels. Inside, the Limited 2013 Augusta Ford F-150 comes with stylish red and black full-grain leather and genuine aluminum and piano-black accents.
2013 Augusta Ford F-250 Super Duty: Ford loyalists have been spoiled by the F-Series Super Duty's toughness and capability for decades now; however, they also appreciate the vast array of amenities that continue to make their Ford truck-driving experience a down-right pleasure. Well, tack on what the U.S. auto maker is offering up for the 2013 model-year and Super Duty fans are sure to cheer even louder: Ford serves up a first-ever Platinum series model—complete with unique design cues inside and out—plus the addition of Sync with MyFord Touch. This communication system on the 2013 Augusta Ford F-250 Super Duty will include tactile button controls and large rotating knobs, in order to accommodate truck users who may be wearing clumsy work gloves. The 2013 Augusta Ford F-250 Super Duty Platinum trim also receives a wealth of techy features, including a nav system, rear view camera, remote start system, power-telescoping mirrors and power-adjustable pedals.
2013 Augusta Ford F-350 Super Duty: Regarding the 2013 Super-Duty, Brian Rathsburg, F-Series Super Duty marketing manager, states, "The F-Series Super Duty Platinum is the latest expression of Built Ford Tough truck luxury. It has a distinct appearance and a long list of features to deliver a superior experience. Along with that, it has all of the capability F-Series trucks are famous for." The 2013 Augusta Ford F-350 Super Duty receives styling accents for its Platinum trim that includes a grille featuring a satin chrome surround highlighted by perforated mesh inside, enhanced with a monochromatic bumper and heaps of chrome accents. These shiny-silver bits are present on the Super Duty's tow hooks, door handles, mirror caps, running boards and exhaust tip. The boxside on both sides of the 2013 Augusta Ford F-350 Super Duty sports the “Platinum” name in chrome letters, while the tailgate is trimmed with a satin chrome appliqué.
2013 Augusta Ford F-450 Super Duty: For the Super Duty's 2013 model-year, the Platinum trim is all anyone can talk about. When owners opt for this model, the exterior of their 2013 Augusta Ford F-450 Super Duty comes lavished in chrome, with 20-inch polished-aluminum wheels with painted black inserts. Inside, the 2013 Augusta Ford F-450 Super Duty Platinum showcases luxury in the form of unique wood grain appliqués; the steering wheel is heated and leather-wrapped, with genuine wood accents, while the instrument panel, center stack and door trims are also wrapped in premium wood grain. A new storage area on top of the dash includes two USB ports, audio-video connections, an SD card slot and a 12-volt charging port for cellphones and other digital devices. The driver’s seat has 10-way power-adjustable seating and both captain’s chairs are upholstered with softer, premium leather, which is also used on the armrests and console.
2013 Augusta Ford Fiesta: Receiving four-out-of-five stars for its National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) tests, the 2013 Ford Fiesta performed incredibly well, overall. Meanwhile, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave this ride a perfect score for its frontal-offset, side and roof-strength tests. Safety features on the 2013 Augusta Ford Fiesta include AdvanceTrac with electronic stability control; dual-stage first-row airbags, a driver knee airbag, side-impact and side-curtain airbags; a four-wheel anti-lock braking system; LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tether Anchors for Children), plus child-safety rear locks and anti-theft engine immobilizer. The 2013 Augusta Ford Fiesta also serves up an option to its exclusive Sync system: This hands-free system includes voice-controlled traffic, directions and information, 911 Assist, along with a Pandora internet radio app. The best part? In the event of an emergency, the 911 function utilizes the paired cellphone to connect automatically with an operator.
2013 Augusta Ford Flex: The team at Ford wanted to give the 2013 Flex both superior looks and plenty of power. Hence, check out the 3.5-liter V6 on this rig. Coupled with twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT), this set-up gifts 2013 Augusta Ford Flex owners with an impressive amount of fuel efficiency and performance. Cranking out 287 horses (about 25 more than last season), the front-wheel-drive Flex is offered with an all-wheel-drive option for owners of the SEL and Limited trims. Also available on the Limited is a turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. This block can only be had with all-wheel-drive; still, the EcoBoost boils 365 horses. Either engine mates with a six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission with manual shift control, along with Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS). The U.S. auto maker insists EPAS gives the 2013 Augusta Ford Flex a bump in fuel economy—sometimes as much as four percent, all the while reducing emissions and refining steering.
2013 Augusta Ford Focus: Served up in three models, plus its electric version, the Focus offers amenities on its base model like 15 inchers, AC, power windows and doors, as well as a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. Next in line for the 2013 Augusta Ford Focus is the five-door SE trim, with items like 16-inch steel wheels, a trip computer, a six-speaker sound system and a 60/40 split-folding seatback, while the top-of-the-line Titanium model can pair with the Handling Package, which swaps out standard bits for 18-inch wheels, an upgraded sport-tuned suspension and different tires. Ford's nav system and automated parallel-parking system is optional on the Titanium trim, too, while a sunroof is optional for both the SE and Titanium models. The 2013 Augusta Ford Focus Electric (BEV) is equipped similarly to the Titanium model, though leather upholstery and the power driver's seat are optional. The Electric also gets standard xenon headlamps and LED taillamps.
2013 Augusta Ford Fusion: Leading off the trio of 2013 Fusion engines is a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder; developing 170 horsepower and 170 lb.-ft. of torque, this block is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that sends the Fusion's power to the front wheels. Next up, the 1.6-liter, EcoBoost turbocharged I-4, which cranks 179 horsepower and 172 lb.-ft. of torque, is also paired to the six-speed automatic. Finally, the star of the 2013 Augusta Ford Fusion lineup is a 2.0-liter, EcoBoost turbocharged, four-cylinder engine generating 237 horsepower and 250 lb.-ft. of torque and is mated to a six-speed SelectShift automatic. This transmission will feed power to the front wheels or all four. Ford estimates the 1.6-liter on the 2013 Augusta Ford Fusion will earn 26 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. This engine is also available with start-stop technology, which boosts fuel efficiency.
2013 Augusta Ford Mustang: Bring up the 2013 Mustang and this iconic racer's power is most likely the first bit of info that springs to mind. Strapped under the hood of the 2013 Augusta Ford Mustang sits a 3.7-liter V6, gargling 305 horses. Married to a either a six-speed manual or an optional six-speed automatic with SelectShift, this ride comes in coupe or convertible models with rear-wheel drive. The GT trim, then, ups the ante with a 5.0-liter V8, cranking out a mind-splitting 420 horses; this block is set-up with the same choice of transmissions and adds a limited-slip differential to the mix. And for all the diehard fans in the crowd, the Boss 302 and Shelby GT500 models of the 2013 Augusta Ford Mustang receive a souped-up (Boss) and bigger (Shelby) version of the V8. The Shelby's 662-horsepower, 5.8-liter supercharged block lays claim to being the most powerful engine ever in a North American production car.
2013 Augusta Ford Taurus: Simply put, folks, the trusty Taurus we've all come to know and adore is not only still standing, it's racing to the head of the sedan-class. Yes, Ford’s front-wheel-drive sedan has, indeed, gotten better with age, and for the 2013 model-year, the 2013 Augusta Ford Taurus is also delivering better fuel efficiency, while owning some state-of-the-art technology. Top it all off with Ford's new available 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine, and you can pretty much call it a night! And thank the auto goddess above for demanding that the Taurus' SHO badge remains, because that's our favorite trim. While Ford was busy deciding to keep the best part of the 2013 Augusta Ford Taurus intact, it also thought to step it up with a new Performance Package. Really, what's not to love about a vehicle that sports recycled materials—the seat cushions are made from soy-based foam!—as well as upgraded brakes and tires.
2013 Augusta Ford Transit Connect: For those who want to take their light-truck needs down another couple notches, Ford offers up its Transit Connect, a compact work van. Able to help with the average hauling needs, while providing easy handling and great fuel economy, the Transit is also equipped with techy features, such as an in-dash computer, Internet access, vehicle tracking and monitoring plus tool inventory systems—top that! The 2013 Augusta Ford Transit Connect is available in XL Van, XLT Van, XLT Wagon and XLT Premium Wagon trims and features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces a mild 136 horsepower with 128 lb.-ft. of torque. Mated to a four-speed automatic, which sends power to the front wheels, the 2013 Augusta Ford Transit Connect lists EPA-estimated fuel ratings as 21 mpg in the city and 27 mpg while cruising the highway.
2013 Ford Mustang vs. Chevrolet Camaro: There are a few legendary rivalries in this world: Coke and Pepsi, UCLA vs. USC, Guns N' Roses and Poison, and Ford's Mustang pitted against the Chevrolet Camaro. This last one is such an ongoing and heated debate that we're not even going to take sides; we'll simply state the facts and let you come to your own conclusions. (The Shelby GT500 and Camaro ZL1 are reviewed separately.) For the 2013 model year, Ford's original muscle car receives new front and rear fascias, LED tail lamps, and a more prominent grille and front splitter. The GT's V-8 gets a bump of 8 horsepower, bringing its output to 420 ponies. Track Apps are standard on upper trims. During track days, this feature monitors performance metrics, including g-forces, acceleration times for quarter-mile and 0-60 mph, and braking times with automatic and countdown starts. In this corner, we find that Chevy releases its road-racing-inspired Camaro 1LE Performance Package for 2013. Tacking on features like unique gearing, suspension tuning and tires that help this muscle car serve up more than 1 G of lateral acceleration, this lightning-fast Camaro lapped the Virginia International Raceway Grand Course in under 3 minutes. This bundle is offered exclusively for SS coupes equipped with the manual transmission.
Ford Dealerships in GA: In a world overrun with crossovers and SUVs, it's just smart business to compare before you buy. Take, for example, the Explorer from Ford and Honda's Pilot: Both serve up plenty of room for passengers, along with impressive power and heaps of safety features, though the Ford edges ahead with its powerful yet fuel-efficient EcoBoost engine. With that, let's take a closer look. After more than two decades of production and a recent nod from Detroit’s prestigious International Auto Show as “North American Truck of the Year,” the Explorer is a hefty rig that receives a complete redesign for 2013. Luxury and safety are the key words for this model-year, as this full-sized crossover SUV receives bits like a heated steering wheel and smart HID headlamp beams; safety comes in the form of new knee airbags for the front-seat passenger. Possibly the best news, though, is the fact that Ford fits the new Explorer with its six-cylinder EcoBoost engine, creating a new trim level, which the company is calling the Explorer Sport.
Ford Augusta: For those who want to take their light-truck needs down a couple notches, Ford offers up its Transit Connect, a compact work van. Able to help with the average hauling needs, while providing easy handling and great fuel economy, the Transit is also equipped with techy features, such as an in-dash computer, Internet access, vehicle tracking and monitoring plus tool inventory systems—top that! Offered in several trims: XL Van, XLT Van, XLT Wagon and XLT Premium Wagon, the Transit also receives car-like dynamics and plenty of safety features, all in a great package.
Augusta Ford: Coming to market with an all-new Hybrid, Ford offers the eco-friendly, tree-hugging population its 2013 C-Max. And right out of the gate, this new model has already garnered some great press, with one publication citing that the 2013 Ford C-Max will "likely be more enjoyable to drive and have a nicer interior," than its competitors. This ride's snazzy cabin gives owners high-quality craftsmanship, along with heaps of comfort and convenience + cutting-edge features. Marry all this to the C-Max's stellar ride and handling capabilities, and it's clear that there is most definitely a new tree in town to hug.
Columbia Ford: Let's face it, the utility-vehicle market seems about as vast as our universe. The Ford Expedition, however, is one of a kind. Dubbed the do-it-all SUV, this rig straps a 5.4-liter V8 under its hood to put torque where it's needed most, delivering 85 percent of peak torque at just 1500 rpm; properly equipped, the 2013 Ford Expedition can pull up to 9200 pounds. The U.S. auto maker also outfits this rig with an available Control Trac Four-Wheel-Drive (4WD) system, which provides more sure-footed traction on roads that change from dry to wet to snowy to ice. And, the Expedition's independent rear suspension helps ensure occupants receive an overall comfy ride, no matter what the asphalt throws down.
Ford Columbia: Ford's all-new Electric Vehicle (EV) is sure to give customers, who are worried about their carbon footprint, reason to sleep a little more soundly at night. According to the behemoth U.S. auto maker, the C-Max Energi builds on the company's commitment to give fuel-efficiency-minded customers the power of choice. With a 500-mile overall driving range, the Energi is a plug-in hybrid vehicle that delivers a better electric-mode fuel economy and overall driving range than leading competitors. The best news, though, is that the C-Max Energi features the next generation of Ford’s acclaimed powersplit technology, which allows operation in electric mode at higher speeds than any other EV.
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