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½ Million Mercedes Recalled in US Over Airbags

Posted 3/19/18

Own a Mercedes? You don’t need to tell us they’re awesome cars. In fact, we have one Mercedes mechanic who owns several. Like donuts, who can stop at just one? But if you do have a Mercedes sitting in the garage, you might want to...

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New VW Diesel Engines to Test Clean

Posted 3/12/18

Nitrous oxide emissions were at the center of Volkswagen’s Dieselgate two years ago, when it was found that the car company rigged its engines to cheat emissions tests around the globe. The company has since apologized for the lie. And now it says it has...

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All New Land Rovers, Jaguars to Be Electrified by 2020

Posted 3/5/18

European car fans who love Land Rovers and Jaguars as much as they care for the environment have something to celebrate: All new Land Rovers and Jaguars will be electrified by 2020. Jaguar Land Rover confirmed the move at its inaugural Tech Fest in September....

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Porsche Does 911 Fans a Solid with the GT3

Posted 2/12/18

Porsche just gave our Porsche mechanics an early Christmas present. The company unveiled the new 911 GT3 with Touring Package ahead of the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. It essentially turns the GT3 into a more affordable 911R. So yeah, we’re fattening our piggy banks and...

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Follow Through on Your BMW Scheduled Maintenance

BMW’s are handy, reliable cars. But like much in life, you get out what you put in. Give them plenty of love, and they’ll love you back. For starters, stick to your scheduled maintenance plan for your BMW like clockwork. These aren’t scams by the dealership just to see your happy face a few times a year. They are routine and necessary maintenance repairs designed to optimize the lifespan of your BMW. It’s also important to have your brakes checked regularly, ideally before the pads are worn off and your rotors are chewed up like an old dog toy. And be sure to keep up on regular oil changes. It will ensure your BMW runs smooth and reliably for years to come.