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2017 Mazda6: World Class

You're probably already familiar with how Mazda has upended the crossover game. Now it's time to find out how the brand is bringing their combination of renowned style, performance, and technology to the midsize sedan class. In the Mazda6, you'll form the deepest bond in the shortest distance.

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IIHS Grants the 2017 Mazda CX-5 a Top Safety Pick+ Rating

Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) recently announced that the 2017 Mazda CX-5 had received a Top Safety Pick+ rating, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's top award. This accolade completes a significant achievement for Mazda, in that every 2017 Mazda vehicle that has been tested by the institute and is equipped with both optional front crash prevention and specific headlights has received a Top Safety Pick+ rating.

 

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A Plethora Amount of Advanced Features: Meet the 2017 Mazda3 Touring

It can be quite enticing driving a vehicle that possesses advanced technology features to enjoy while you drive. That is why the 2017 Mazda3 Touring is an excellent choice to relish in. With many amenities disposed of easily in reach, you will be able to utilize such available features like an impressive infotainment system with voice command and SMS text message auto delivery and voice reply. You can still stay focused on the road ahead and utilize the hands-free technology that may prove to be convenient!...

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Is Your Battery "Healthy?"

The battery in your vehicle will only last so long before it decides to "retire." A battery will normally last from three to five years, but it can depend on how you drive, and what kind of weather conditions your vehicle is subjected to. If you have trouble with your battery, it could have something to do with something other than the battery itself. It could just mean that the battery is not secured properly, or the battery terminals have become loose. It's not very uncommon either since our vehicle is always moving and bouncing around on the road…

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How to Handle Unsafe Drivers On the Road

When driving on the roads, there are many drivers who may not take the same precautionary measures that you do. There are many of people who will use their cellphones while driving and be a part of other distractions that can potentially cause hazardous situations. Preparing yourself from other unsafe drivers is possible with the following steps.

Pay attention to other drivers on the road and when you notice erratic or unsafe behavior don’t be afraid to avoid them, even pulling over to the side of the road and allowing them to distance themselves from you...

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What Do I Do? I Have a Chip in My Windshield!

A small rock made a chip in my windshield. Should I get it repaired?

Having a chipped windshield repaired is a welcome and inexpensive alternative to having your windshield replaced. Not having the rock chip repaired is not only unsafe but can lead to large cracks which will give rise to a needed and more expensive replacement. The windshield of the car protects the driver and passengers from any debris that can harm them...

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The Benefits of Proper Tire Care

Having your tires in optimal condition provides plenty of benefits. Properly maintained tires offer a steady usage of gas as the engine isn’t working hard to grip the road. So having proper tires actually, saves you money in the long run. Not only does it save you money, but it can also save you and other drivers from potential accidents by providing traction. Traction is the science of friction which allows your tires to grip the pavement. Without grip, use of your car can become dangerous in harsh weather conditions or if the tires get poorly maintained any conditions…

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Your Check Engine Light

Today's vehicles use on-board computers and electronics to help optimize engine performance. These systems are also designed to also alert the driver of any issues. Though all of them channel to a check engine light on the dashboard, all of them mean something.

It's a bad idea to keep driving around with a check engine light lit on the dashboard. While it could be fixed just by checking to see if the fuel filler cap is tight enough, it likely means something else is wrong. Letting it go unfixed for miles could lead to reduced engine performance, costlier…
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