Posts by this Author: Robie Mears

Warranties Warranties Warranties!

One of the most common questions I am asked is about warranties. With that being said all new Subaru vehicles come with one of the best factory warranties on the market. However, lets take a look into these warranties.

The first warranty I want to talk about, is the Subaru Basic New Car Warranty. This warranty covers every component on the vehicle to correct defects in material and workmanship. The duration of this warranty is 3 years, or 36,000 miles from the time the vehicle is purchased new. Along with this comes a wear item limited warranty. This warranty…

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Green, Yellow, Red

Just like the human body, your car needs regular check ups. This is done not necessarily because there is something is wrong, but more importantly to try to prevent future problems. We offer a free multi-point safety inspection every time your vehicle comes in for any service.  

We follow a simple green, yellow, red inspection system which helps you understand the urgency of many of the systems on your car. Naturally a green checkmark indicates a particular item has checked out fine, and requires no attention at this time. A yellow mark is an early warning indicator stating that an…

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What about my tires?

I know that I would be lost without my car. For most people being without a car would be a huge problem. How else would we get to work, to the store, or even to class? All in all, having a working vehicle is vital in today's busy world.

 

Everyone knows that oil changes must be done on a regular basis on their vehicle, however some people neglect that tires need to be maintained as well. Tire maintenance is important because they are the only thing between your vehicle an the road. Driving on just a single tire with…

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What is that light?

So you have all of your bags packed, the coolers are filled, and are about to leave the house for your long deserved family vacation. The family piles in the car, you wave to the neighbors and you take off. You make a right turn onto Sunny Avenue, a left onto Vacation Boulevard, then out of no where you look down to check your speed and you see a yellow warning indicator light on your dash. Not a great way to start a vacation.

The most common light that comes on most vehicles is called a check engine, or service…

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The Almighty MPGs

No matter where you live or where you go, it seems like the same conversation always pops up. Especially in a car dealership. That conversation is about the price of gas, the average MPGs on vehicles, and what can you do to improve the fuel economy of your automobile.

With uncertainty of what fuel prices will do in the future, combined with people being hesitant to purchase a new vehicle with better fuel economy the most logical choice for most people is to look at different, cost efficient things that can be done to you current automobile to improve your…

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