Come summer; it is time, families pack up their cars and head out on a jolly trip. While these trips in your car can be fun and entertaining for all, but being cooped in the car for too long can make your kids get cranky and bored. That is not all.
There are different ways to finance a pre-owned car from Yonkers Automall. However, there are distinct advantages to using in-house automotive financing between you as the buyer and Yonkers Automall as the seller. Here’s why:
Used cars, or ‘previously owned’ as they are often referred, get a bad rap. When most people think of a used car they envision a rusted hulk that bangs and clatters its way about town. In reality, though, used vehicles are more advantageous to buyers in most ways. Check it out:
Few things can be more disastrous than having your vehicle stolen. While many people consider this to be “luck of the draw”, there are actually several small steps that owners can take to secure their vehicle and help deter would-be thieves.
Thinking of trading in your used vehicle to upgrade to a newer model or just looking to mix things up with a different car? The process can seem daunting if you’ve never done it before, so we’ve put together an easy to follow guide that maps out the steps you should take.
Literally, every major automotive publication (Edmunds, Car and Driver, and U.S. News and World Report) writes that the best full-size pickup for years is the Ford F-150. “Revolutionary,” “legendary,” “potent” and “agile” are just some of the plaudits these professional reviewers and rankers have showered on the line.
Buying a previously owned vehicle is a great way to upgrade your ride when your budget just won’t allow for a brand new car. Not only can you find something stylish, reliable, and efficient, you can find it at a great price! If you’ve never purchased a used car before, it can seem a little daunting.
Back in the 1960s and 70s, automobile odometers only read to 99,999 miles and would flip or turn back to zero at 100,000. Vehicles were not designed to have this kind of mileage. However, high-mileage cars are more popular than ever. But the question is, are 200,000 miles the new 100,000 miles?
Many of us don’t think about our tires until we need them the most. However, the last time you want to realize your tires aren’t performing up to par is during an emergency or accident. It can be confusing understanding when the perfect time to replace your tires is, but the following information provided by Consumer Reports can make the tire replacement process easier.
The 2015 Nissan Altima offers everything you can wish for in a sedan. The car comes with plenty of features that will help you make a smooth ride on urban and semi-urban roads. Top notch engineering ensures the best safety features. Here are some of the reasons you would want to be seen driving a 2015 Nissan Altima!