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Step into Technology With the Mazda MX-5 Miata

The Mazda MX-5 Miata is an iconic, convertible roadster. It combines performance, design, and technology into a sleek, modern car that will have you cruising through Broomfield in style.

When you drive the MX-5 Miata, you can take advantage of the Mazda Connect system. This lets you command a wide variety of functions through voice, including radio, internet, and text messages; all on a cool touchscreen. 

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Take A Look at the 2018 Mazda CX-9 Exterior Design Features

The 2018 Mazda CX-9 completely represents the message Mazda wanted to deliver.

Mazda’s KODO design philosophy is the “Soul of Motion” because this vehicle is delivering the soul of a genuine Rosewood wood grain with matte finish inside the center console and sophistication and perfection by bringing different colors to the exterior, including the Machine Gray Metallic, Soul Red Crystal Metallic, Deep Crystal Blue Mica, and the Snowflake White Pearl Mica. 

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How to Detect Transmission Problems on the Road

While traveling to various destinations in the Broomfield area, you can easily detect transmission problems that can impact speed and horsepower on the road. Because a typical transmission will provide signs when maintenance is needed, the process of servicing your car on time in order to protect the hardware won't be a hassle.

On the road, you can determine whether or not a transmission needs maintenance by checking the dashboard panel in the cabin.

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Gaskets Are Important!

Your car's vital gaskets help it properly operate. To enable informed service decisions, we can help you clearly understand automotive gaskets.

Made of rubber or thin, layered metal or a combination of those materials, gaskets mold closely to surfaces and help keep a vehicle's systems separate. As a result, your engine's diverse liquids and gasses cannot mix and cause operational problems. 

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Motor Oil Myths Debunked

Car owners know and understand that their cars oil needs to be changed, but with so many myths out there it is confusing as to when you should perform oil changes. Below are two common motor oil myths, followed by the truth:

MYTH: Motor oil must be changed every 3,000 miles.

FACT: How often your motor oil needs to be changed will listed in your car owner’s manual and can range anywhere from 3,000 to 10,000 miles. 

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Noisy Wiper Blades? Replace Them

With so many parts and systems that require maintenance on our vehicles we often overlook the most used parts like windshield wipers. Below are two signs that your wiper blades may be going bad and need to be replaced:

  • Chattering- One indicator that your wiper blades need to be replaced is when they make a horrible chattering noise when they move across the windshield. 
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How to Avoid Hydroplaning

Driving in adverse weather conditions can be dangerous and drivers need to be extra cautious to avoid accidents. Driving in heavy rain can lead to hydroplaning, below are some tips on how to avoid hydroplaning:

  • Tires- Make sure you tires have the proper amount of tread and are inflated properly.
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Professional Towing Strategies Worth Considering

Although towing seems like an easy task, many things should be considered before using traditional hauling equipment. When proper preparation steps are taken, the process of reaching various destinations effectively while pulling heavy cargo isn't a hassle.

Proper preparation involves studying the specs for each towing vehicle. 

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Differences Between Spare Tires: What Should You Pick?

Every car should have a spare tire. In emergency situations, it can be the only thing to get you from Point A to Point B. However, many do not realize that there are different types of spare tires. Rather, cars come equipped with a small tire typically provided by the manufacturer. You can negotiate to get a larger tire, also known as a full-size spare.

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Don't Get Stuck, Have Your Timing Belt Checked

The timing belt is an essential component of your car. Without it, the engine does not run. Many times, a bad timing belt will give you warning, but this is not always the case.

The timing belt keeps your camshaft and crankshaft running in perfect harmony. When the belt becomes badly damaged, or the tensioners and pulleys are not working properly, it can cause the belt to squeal. 

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