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Get busy manifesting your desire for a Demon

There’s no surprise that with a name like the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon you won’t be getting a car that pokes around town and leaves you yearning for speed. Thanks to a 6.2-liter HEMI® SRT Demon V8 that delivers 840 horsepower and 770 pound-feet of torque, the SRT Demon doesn’t shrink away from a challenge, though we must state that we hope our drivers are taking care while driving and obeying posted speed limits. If you think the SRT Demon may be different from what you need, there are plenty of other options in our…

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Pick the Pacifica. You know you want to.

You may have been dreading the switch from sedan to minivan, or perhaps you’ve been driving one all along and can’t imagine life without it. Regardless of your experience with minivans, the Chrysler Pacifica is unlike any other you’ve probably driven before. With 243 possible seating configurations, 287 horsepower, active noise cancelling so you can hear the silence in the backseat as your kids play games on the available rear-seat entertainment systems, you’ll want to own one yesterday.

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Repair Your Windshield Before You Need to Replace It

Windows are of vital importance to a car. You need to be able to see to drive around, but you also need to get protected from the weather, debris, and especially the wind. This, of course, makes the windshield one of the most important part of a car. Sometimes a windshield will endure damage. Many of things can cause this such as freezing in winter, being hit by a rock, or even accidents. You surely don’t want to get caught in a storm with a cracked windshield or have your windshield get more damage if more debris hit your…

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Why You Should Have Your Tires Rotated

Depending on how much and how far you drive, the tires on your vehicle will eventually need to get replaced. There's not much necessarily you can do to stop your tires from wearing out, but you can extend the lifespan of your tires and get the most out of your investment by having your car’s tires rotated on a regular basis. Besides giving your tires their maximum life by allowing even wear, tire rotation also makes driving safer by giving your tires the best possible traction in wet or slippery driving conditions...

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Is your Check Engine Light On?

After countless hours of collective driving, many vehicle owners may be surprised with a check engine light warning. For new owners and seasoned drivers alike, quick responses should be taken to avoid damage to your vehicle.

The check engine light can be on as a result of a variety of things. Both simple and complex issues may be the result. Worn spark plugs, a cracked or loose gas cap, air flow sensor or a host of other factors may be the reasoning behind your light coming on.

To ensure your vehicle is completely safe and secure, drivers should always take…
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Why A Brake Inspection? My Brakes Are Fine!

Your brakes are the single most important system in your car. Your car absolutely must come to a stop when it needs to. The only thing that can make this happen is the brake system. You wonder why it is necessary to inspect and adjust the brakes. The inspection is required by your factory warranty. Or, if your car is out of warranty, it is still a great idea to follow its recommendations.

Your brakes are moving parts, and they touch each other. They wear down, and eventually, they need adjusting. The only person who should perform this work is…
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Vehicle Maintenance Schedule

In terms of effect, regular vehicle maintenance is often one of the most overlooked aspects of vehicle care. Performing routine maintenance on your vehicle can not only help to identify impending concerns before they manifest, it can also help you to avoid the expensive costs associated with transmission and engine breakdowns. There are a few types of vehicle maintenance that are essential to vehicle health. Regular oil changes, fluid level checks and the monitoring of tire pressure should never be overlooked.
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Vehicle Maintenance Schedule

In terms of effect, regular vehicle maintenance is often one of the most overlooked aspects of vehicle care. Performing routine maintenance on your vehicle can not only help to identify impending concerns before they manifest, it can also help you to avoid the expensive costs associated with transmission and engine breakdowns. There are a few types of vehicle maintenance that are essential to vehicle health. Regular oil changes, fluid level checks and the monitoring of tire pressure should never be overlooked.
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Should I Tell The Dealership Synthetic or Conventional Oil?

The decision between synthetic and conventional is one that has been asked of many vehicle owners. The truth is that most car owners don't really understand the difference and guess. Picking the right motor oil is imperative to ensuring your vehicle operates efficiently all year round.
For most newer cars you can find out if synthetic or conventional is required by checking the owner's manual. You should be aware of what your car requires as it could void your vehicle's warranty if you use the wrong type.
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Advantages of the Pre-Negotiation Test Drive

These days, an increasing number of car shoppers opt for the post-negotiation vehicle demonstration and test drive.  The most common reason is to prevent any emotional attachment to the vehicle before confirmation of a deal (or loan approval) acceptable to both the customer and the dealer.  But, the disadvantages to this approach far outweigh the advantages; and prove the pre-negotiation vehicle demonstration and test drive to be a best practice for the customer.

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