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3 New Affordable Plug-in Hybrids from Mercedes

Posted 7/6/20

Mercedes is starting out the first quarter of 2020 with a bang. The company recently announced it will introduce three new plug-in hybrid vehicles that will be derivatives of the new GLA, CLA sedan, and CLA Shooting Brake (estate). Even more importantly, the move will...

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Start Your BMW with an iPhone? It’s a Brave New World

Posted 6/29/20

Ready to open and start your BMW with your iPhone? Apple CarKey — a new feature coming to iPhones soon — enables iPhone owners to open and start supported cars using their handsets, rather than a physical keyfob. According to code found inside iOS 14,...

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Happy Birthday Porsche! The Anniversary of 3 Iconic Models

Posted 6/22/20

At our auto repair shop in Cincinnati, we don’t often break out the party hats, but when we do, it’s for Porsche. This past March, Porsche celebrated the birthdays of three iconic Porsche vehicles. Though this year’s Geneva Motor Show was canceled, Porsche took occasion...

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Why Our Mechanics Can’t Wait to Check Out New BMW m4

Posted 6/8/20

Our BMW mechanics are excited about the BMW m4 — expected to hit dealerships later this year. The car will bear a close resemblance to the radically styled Concept 4 Series revealed at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show. Autocar Reports: “New images of the coupé...

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Slow Battery Drain? Bring It By Our Automobile Repair Shop for a Free Battery Test

Your car doesn’t start. You bring it into your local auto garage in Cincinnati. We charge it up, and you’re good to go. But the next day it happens again. You’ve got parasitic power loss, my friend, otherwise known as a slow battery drain. This usually happens when some component, say a glove box light, an amplifier, a radio, is pulling power from the battery when it shouldn’t. Battery drains are definitely annoying because they can be hard to narrow down. That’s why so many car electrical specialists are bald, BTW. We can give you a free battery test to try to diagnose the problem. In extreme cases, we’ve even been known to put an on/off switch on the battery. We tend to save this last resort for beater mobiles you save for your teenager.

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