New Porsche Panamera Will Be Plug-In Hybrid

Posted 7/8/17

Ready to plug your Porsche into the 21st Century? If you own the 2018 Porsche Panamera, the top of the line model that money can buy that also happens to be on the Christmas list of all our Porsche technicians (hint, hint, they’ve been good...

A Documentary Made for Your Inner Porsche Technician

Posted 7/5/17

Our Porsche technicians may understand the subtle dynamics of one of the best engines to grace the highway, but programming their TiVos? That had them throttled. But they were down for the challenge, pushed by Porsche’s debut of its documentary “Decades of Disruption.” The documentary...

Mercedes plans to Release Its Intelligent Drive suite

Posted 7/1/17

Are you ready to let your Mercedes drive you to work? While the company has not quite achieved Knight Rider KITT Technology yet, this fall’s 2018 S-class sedan introduces the Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive suite of semi-autonomous driving technologies. It’s the most advanced self-driving technology of...

2017: Another Great Year for BMW?

Posted 6/28/17

Apparently BMW and the Rooster have at least one thing in common: 2017 is their year. In the Chinese Zodiac Calendar, 2017 is the the Year of the Rooster, known for its intelligence, flexibility and confidence. Our BMW mechanics would use those exact words to...

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Jaguar and Land Rover: Fresh Ideas, New Beginnings

Posted 6/24/17

The future looks bright for Jaguar and Land Rover. That’s because the parent company of the two car manufacturers, Tata Motors, is making steadfast but patient investments in these vehicle lines, and it’s beginning to pay off. “Land Rover, riding the global boom in SUV...

Strike Halts Production of BMW Mini

Posted 6/17/17

Will those looking to purchase a new BMW Mini have to wait their turn? If BMW and their workers’ union doesn’t come to some kind of agreement soon, anything’s possible. Workers at three BMW plants in Britain staged a strike that halted the production of...

How Often Do You Need a Brake Flush Service?

Some say you should have your brakes flushed every 45,000 miles, but if you read the fine print, your brakes only need flushed when the brake fluid is dirty. Brake fluid operates in an enclosed system, so theoretically it never needs changed, ever. The catch is that systems tend to leak, especially over time. Water and air can contaminate your brake fluid, which can cause problems in your brake line, calipers, and other braking components. You should have your brake fluid inspected every few years. It should be clear to light brown in color. Have it professionally inspected. Bad brake fluid is vital to stopping the car and can wreak havoc in your braking system.