The Chevrolet Malibu Provides a Tech-Savvy Ride

One of the most popular mid-sized cars available, the Chevrolet Malibu comes with a plethora of technological features that are both helpful and can provide entertainment when needed.

The Malibu's Rear Seat Reminder is triggered when the vehicle's second-row door is opened and closed before the start of a trip. Under certain circumstances, the car can alert you to check the back seat by using a series of chimes along with a direct message in the driver's information center. 

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Get a Load of the 2018 Chevrolet Sonic

With hatchback and sedan body styles, color choices, and a host of accessory options, chances are that the 2018 Chevrolet Sonic has a configuration that's right for you. The design of this vehicle is sharp and geared towards drivers with a penchant for self-expression.

The Sonic has more room for cargo than the 2017 Toyota Corolla, providing nearly 48 cubic feet of space with its rear seats down and another 15 cubic feet in its trunk. 

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Chevrolet Malibu Has Growing List of Safety Features

Once again, the Chevrolet Malibu is being hailed as a popular mid-size car due in part to a number of safety features. Here are a few of those features for your consideration.

Once the Chevrolet Malibu gets up to speed, the Forward Collision Alert feature is activated. As the system scans the road ahead, it will recognize when a vehicle is moving slower than your vehicle and activate the braking system. Instead of slamming on the brakes, they are powered down to avoid a collision. 

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Chevy Silverado Technology Features

The great thing about buying or leasing a Chevy truck is that this manufacturer knows what they are doing. Chevrolet continues to successfully make and market trucks that are reliable, durable and popular for many years running. When it comes to technology, the Silverado won't disappoint. You won't get all of the features that are on the market right now. You only get what has been tried and proven to be efficient and reliable. 

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Choosing Between All-Weather vs. Carpet Floor Mats

Choosing between the rubber and carpet floor mats is all about your own driving habits. Here are a few things to consider when you are on the fence about how to upgrade the car mats.

Choose the rubber floor mats when you live in areas where snow, ice, and rain, are more common all year. If you are traveling with pets or kids that are always making a mess, or you spill your coffee at least once a week, you want rubber mats to protect the car's interior.

Carpet mats are more suited for drivers who keep the inside…

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Gearing Up for a Safe Drive: Packing Your SUV

How you pack your car for a road trip can be just as important as getting it regularly serviced in preventing an accident or injury. It is never a good idea to overload your car beyond its capacity. Smaller SUVs should not exceed 900 pounds of weight generally, which includes passengers and cargo. If you pack too many heavy items in your car, you are at risk for wearing down the tires.

If you do have heavy items, be sure that they are close to the floor and near the front end of the car. This takes the weight off…

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Evaluate Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive

Informed car buyers become happy car owners, so we offer informative blog posts about cars' features. In today's post, we explain front-wheel and rear-wheel drive.

Each transmission configuration's name indicates what it does. Front-wheel drive transmits horsepower from the engine to the pavement through a car's front wheels. Due to its design and the weight of the engine atop the drive wheels, front-wheel drive offers reliable traction. Rear-wheel drive moves horsepower through its car's rear wheels, and its design pushes the car, which offers great dry-road handling.

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What's the Difference Between Powertrain and Bumper-to-Bumper Warranties?

These days, the two most popular types of warranties you can purchase to cover your newly purchased vehicle are known as the powertrain and the bumper-to-bumper warranties. If you've been wondering which warranty is best for you, here are a few of the key features of each to help you choose.

Powertrain warranties cover the powertrain of the vehicle, or in other words, all the parts that are involved in providing power. The parts include the engine and the transmission of course. But also included are the driveshaft and differential. What might not be covered under this warranty...

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Consider Your Tire Pressure Sensors for Safety

Newer vehicles now come equipped with tire pressure sensors on each of the wheels. Basically what happens is when the pressure inside one or more tires becomes lower than is recommended, your tire pressure light will come on inside of your vehicle. This is designed to alert you that there is a problem. You can then pull over and take a good look at your vehicle and determine what is going on.

A simple problem could just be that your tires need a bit of air. This is very common, especially when the weather turns colder and the air inside…

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How do You Jump Start a Car?

Car batteries, sad to say, can sometimes die on you at the worst possible time. Extreme weather, leaving the vehicle's headlights on, and other issues may drain a battery. As long as the battery isn't suffering from dead cells or other problems, a simple jump start might revive it.

Use jumper cables to connect a fully-operating car to one with a dead battery to deliver the jumpstart. The cables do need to be properly connected to the correct positive and negative terminals. Failure to do so could destroy the alternator or cause other serious issues. 

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