The factory-trained technicians at Chaparral Buick GMC keep vehicles of all makes and models running smoothly with a bevy of lube, oil, and filter services. After sucking used and abused oil out of motors, the mechanics replace it with up to five quarts of fresh, nonsynthetic motor juice. The procedure also includes the installation of a new ACDelco filter, which keeps automobiles' innards free of contaminants and denies entry to shrunken, magical school buses. Auto whisperers go above and beyond the oil change's call of duty by performing a vehicle inspection, checking all fluid levels, belts, and hoses as well as lubricating hinges, suspensions, and drivelines.
Beginning with its grand opening on December 5th, Smart Auto's technicians will facilitate smooth, trouble-free traveling with skilled oil transfusions. During the roughly 30-minute service, mechanics cajole embittered fluids from the car and replace them with up to 5 quarts of fresh conventional oil. Next, staffers shuffle tires during the rotation to equalize tread wear and force hubcaps to socialize. Additionally, the team will set out on a 27-point trip around the vehicle, stopping to take a hard look at crucial components to validate the safety of the automobile and assess the state of its performance.
At Carolina Ford Dealers, highly trained motor medics upgrade the performance of inefficient engines with the Works Fuel Saver Package, which, according to EPA estimates, can lead to improved fuel economy for most vehicles. The Works Fuel Saver Package begins with a multipoint inspection, during which eagle-eyed vehicle vets scour belts, brakes, and hoses to spot trouble areas and chase out nests of feral mud flaps. Then, grimy engine lifeblood is cleansed with up to five quarts of Motorcraft Synthetic Blend Oil and a Motorcraft Oil Filter. Car caretakers also rotate tires and check air filters to ensure the engine breathes air untainted by lint, dust, or dander from the Wooly Mammoth living in the trunk. Finally, auto jockeys test the battery’s lifespan before topping off the car’s fluids and clasping it in a prolonged goodbye hug. Customers must use their first package by February 10, 2012, and the following two within a year of their initial use. As an added perk to this deal, customers that redeem in August will get a $10 rebate through FordOwner.com.
Ever since 1940, Hunter Auto Group has outfitted folks with brand new Nissans and pre-owned models from other manufacturers. Customers come from Asheville, Greenville, Spartanburg, and beyond to peruse the locally owned dealership's stock of roadsters, including hybrid models and sleek sedans with efficient gas mileage and future-grade design. To make sure folks know what they're getting, the staff goes out of its way to familiarize shoppers with every feature of each model, from the sound system controls to the disco ball that descends from the ceiling during traffic jams.
Even if you already own a car, visiting Hunter Auto Group could be a very wise move. That's because the company maintains a staff of factory-trained, certified technicians who keep customers' vehicles in mint condition. Increased safety isn't the only benefit of their maintenance services?they also keep vehicles in compliance with North Carolina's standards.
When Rose Chauffeured Transportation Ltd got its start in 1985, the company had three employees and served only the city of Charlotte. Going on three decades later, the company now has 80 employees and serves the entirety of the Carolinas. Founders H.A. and Andy Thompson attribute this run of success not to the country's rapidly increasing need for legroom, but to steadfast focus on four core tenets: punctuality, trained chauffeurs, new and clean vehicles, and timely responsiveness to every situation. The fleet has grown, too, and encompasses a full range of four-passenger executive sedans, six-passenger SUVs, and 13-passenger vans, as well as a pair of full coach buses that can accommodate parties of up to 57.