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2017 GMC Savana Cargo Van Can Be Ideal for Your Business

If your business depends largely on a reliable work vehicle that can transport your equipment for your business efficiently, then it is important to go with a vehicle that can do the job with ease. Behold, the 2017 GMC Savana Cargo Van! With different cargo lengths, you can decide just how much space you may need to make your business equipment fit smoothly and securely. With some of the optional cargo box heights being 52.90 inches and 53.40 inches, you don’t have to get concerned about whether or not certain taller items will fit in your van…

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2017 GMC Sierra 1500 is a Light-Duty Truck with A lot of Power

With a striking appearance, the 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 truck has a stunning design that incorporates LED lights and even offers Thin Profile LED fog lamps for a greater sense of visibility. This light-duty truck is engineered with excellence. You will turn heads with the bold grille and angular wheel openings. Other drivers may also be impressed when they see the advanced lighting that is on your truck. If you have to work at night or in a poorly lit place, you can get assurance that you can still unload the belongings out of the bed of the truck with…

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Get Prepared for What May Come Your Way

Having a roadside emergency kit in your vehicle at all times is going to prove priceless one day. You never want to be in a tight situation without one. So what is a roadside emergency kit? It is anything that will give you the tools you need to get out of car trouble or will help you in case you get stranded. You want to have items like a First-Aid kit, warm blankets, a flashlight and batteries, bottled water, and non-perishable food items...

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Is a Certified Pre-Owned Buick For You?

You may love the quality of a new vehicle, but only have the budget for a used one. Not to worry, we have the happy medium. A Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Buick vehicle gives you the best of both worlds. From affordability, to reliability and warranty protection, CPO Buick vehicle have got it all for West Bend drivers.

What are the benefits of owning a CPO Buick?

  • Every CPO Buick has passed a 172-point inspection and reconditioning to ensure that you get a high quality, safe, and reliable vehicle. Plus, a free CARFAX Vehicle History Report.
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It's a Clean Sweep! All Six 2017 Buick Models Earn Top Safety Ratings

Safety should be the top priority on the West Bend roads. Buick is certainly doing their part to keep everyone safe. All six 2017 Buick models have earned the five-star overall safety score by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It's a clean sweep for Buick, and important features for you.

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Check Engine Light Blinks Red?

A check engine light blinking red on the dashboard is not something you want to see while driving. Pull over to the side of the road as soon as possible. Make sure to check your car manual for a listing of possible reasons for the warning light.

Sometimes the issue is as simple as fixing a loose gas cap, however, there are several more pressing issues that could be causing the warning light to go on. For example, something could be malfunctioning with the spark plug wires, the catalytic converter could be faulty or the O2 sensor could be off…

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Do I Need to Have Brakes Serviced Within the First Year of Ownership?

When you take possession of your automobile, there are many parts to worry about. You might wonder, which should be fixed and when? For example, do I need to have my brakes serviced within the first year of ownership?

Generally, the rule of thumb is to have your brakes serviced every 12 months or 12,000 miles or so. Once you reach 36 months, you should probably check them more regularly. That is the time when the original brakes might need to be replaced. Of course, it all depends on the wear-and-tear from your driving patterns.

 

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