We realize that you have lots of choices when buying an automobile and our desire is to ensure you have the best car buying experience. We consider customer satisfaction to be our highest priority. Throughout each of our departments, the emphasis is always on putting our customers' needs first.
We pride ourselves on listening to the needs of our customers. Everything we do is designed to make your car buying experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. Competitive pricing, knowledgeable staff and superior customer service all add up to create a simple and painless way to purchase a world class automobile at a great price.
Please visit us and see for yourself how different your total ownership experience can be!
"The single most important thing you can do for the health of your car or truck is to change the oil every 3 months or 3000 miles. Oil not only reduces the friction in your engine, it also absorbs contaminants and keeps your engine clean."
"Are you wasting money at the pump? Fill your auto with gas with the octane rating specified in your owners manual. Higher octane fuel is not necessarily better. Higher octane fuel in a car or truck that doesn't need it will not burn as efficiently. You waste money on the fuel and you lose money with worse gas mileage."
"Are your brakes squeaking? Most brake pads are designed to make noise when they are worn. See your auto mechanic and have them checked before they completely wear out. If you let them go too long, you may damage other more expensive components of your brake system like your rotors, drums or calipers, making a small auto repair into a much larger problem."
"When topping off your radiators reservoir, make sure you use a 50/50 mix of antifreeze. Do not add straight antifreeze. Antifreeze by itself is a poor conductor of heat compared to water and if the ratio of antifreeze in your system gets too high, your car may run hot."
"What is your car or truck leaking? Do you have fluid under you auto and don't know where it came from? Engine oil is usually a dark brown or black color. Automatic transmission fluid is usually red or red-brown, and so is power steering fluid. Brake fluid is mostly clear or slightly amber. Antifreeze can be a number of different colors from orange to green to brown. When you find a leak, make sure you get your vehicle to an auto repair service as soon as possible to prevent damage."