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The Collaborative Friendly Approach of BMW’s Tech

Posted 8/13/18

At European Auto Specialists, we don’t just geek out over the engines of cars. We love the entire package, from what’s under the hood to the design, marketing, and technology of beautiful European cars. And yes, our BMW mechanics love it when their Pandora stations...

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Stream Amazon Music Right from Your Audi Console

Posted 7/23/18

If there’s anything our mechanics love more than sleek, European cars, it’s music. Nothing blasts roadtrip like the perfect playlist turned up to 11. And since we’re also tired of sacrificing our CDs, we prefer to rely on music streaming options. And that’s why we...

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Would You Buy a 2 Door Luxury Land Rover SUV?

Posted 7/16/18

Land Rover is weighing offering even more options when it comes to adventure in its luxury SUVs. Last December at the the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, Land Rover hinted it was considering offering 2-door SUV as a flagship vehicle, perhaps on a limited run...

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VW Boasts Record Year of Sales

Posted 7/9/18

It’s safe to say that 2017 was definitely a good year for Volkswagen. The company posted record sales for the year, riding record sales in deliverables in November and December. Registrations for VWs, as well as nameplates Audi and Porsche jumped 8.2 percent in October...

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Jot Down Any Questions You May Have for Your Cincinnati Car Mechanic

When you take your car into a mechanic in Cincinnati, communication is essential to getting a proper diagnosis. No, you don’t need to be a repair expert, but the more clearly you can communicate any signs of a problem you might have noticed, the easier our job will be. It’s a good idea to write it all down ahead of time, including any problems you noticed and when, as well as any questions you might have. This is also a good time to bring up any non-critical repair issues you’ve been putting off, as well as any concerns you might have for future repairs down the line. You might have them do a complete inspection while they are at it. This way you can identify repair issues ahead of time and plan for them in order to maintain optimal performance.